Bangladesh vs South Africa 39th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Bangladesh vs South Africa 39th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

Watch the highlights of Bangladesh vs South Africa 39th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 - ICC Cricket World Cup tournament of the 39th ODI match played between South Africa and Bangladesh at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka in 19th March 2011.

Bangladesh vs South Africa 39th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Highlights
Lonwabo Tsotsobe scuttled Bangladesh's chase inside eight overs © Getty Images

Half-centuries from Hashim Amla, Jacques Kallis, and Faf du Plessis, Graeme Smith's supporting 45 before Robin Peterson's four-for and Lonwabo Tsotsobe's three-for helped to South Africa massive 206-run victory over Bangladesh in a one-sided game of the 39th match of a World Cup.

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Bangladesh out of the tournament they were not favourites to win against the might of South Africa, especially after the visitors breezed away to 284, but it was the meek manner of their batting surrender that would have jarred even their most faithful fan.

* 206 : This was Bangladesh's second largest defeat in ODIs and their largest margin of defeat in World Cups. The previous highest margin of defeat in World Cups was the 198-run loss to Sri Lanka in 2007

* 78 : This was Bangladesh's second score below 100 in World Cups. They now share the record for most team scores below 100 with Canada, Namibia and Ireland.

* Bangladesh's 78 was their sixth-lowest score in ODIs and their lowest total against South Africa. Three of their top six lowest scores have come in Dhaka.

* Bangladesh scored just seven runs in the bowling Powerplay which is the lowest score by a team in the bowling Powerplay in the tournament. The previous lowest was nine runs by Kenya against Sri Lanka.

* Bangladesh have been much more poorer in ODIs in Mirpur than in the games played in Chittagong. They have been bowled out twice under 100 in Mirpur and average just 16. In Chittagong, they average 32.75 and score at a slightly higher run rate.

* 98 : Hashim Amla and Graeme Smith set up the 14th fifty-plus stand between the pair for the opening wicket in ODIs. They are behind the South African record of 21 fifty-plus stands which is jointly held by Herschelle Gibbs and Graeme Smith - Herschell Gibbs and Gary Kirsten.

* Jacques Kallis became the highest run getter for South Africa in World Cups after going past Herschell Gibbs' tally of 1067 runs.

* The win is South Africa's eighth by a margin of 200 runs or more in ODIs. It is also the third-largest margin of victory for South Africa in World Cups.

South Africa scored 284-8 in 50 overs with top scorer by Jacques Kallis struck 69 off 76-balls including five-fours and a six, Hashim Amla cracked a 51 off 59-balls included six boundaries, Faf du Plessis smashed a run-a-ball 52-runs with 4-fours & a six, Graeme Smith scored 45 and Robin Peterson 22.

Bangladesh best bowler by Rubel Hossain picked up 3-wickets, Shakib Al Hasan takes two-wickets, Mahmudullah and Abdur Razzak each took one-wickets.

Bangladesh scored 78 for all-out in 28 overs with top scorer by Shakib Al Hasan struck 30 off 49-balls including four boundaries.

South Africa best bowler by Robin Peterson claimed 4-wicket haul for 12-runs in 7-overs including three maidens, Lonwabo Tsotsobe picked up 3-wickets, Imran Tahir and John Botha each took one-wickets.

Lonwabo Tsotsobe named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to picking up 3-wickets for 14-runs in 5-overs included two maidens.