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Friday, March 13, 2020

India vs South Africa 3rd ODI 2010 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - India vs South Africa 3rd ODI 2010


Watch the highlights of India vs South Africa 3rd ODI 2010 - South Africa tour of India 3-match one day international series of the 3rd ODI match played between South Africa and India at Ahmedabad in 27th February 2010.

Jacques Kallis and AB de Villiers centuries inspired to South Africa consolation 90-run victory over inexperienced Indian batting line-up in the third ODI at Motera.

* 365 : This was highest total for South Africa against India in ODIs.

South Africa scored massive total of 365-2 in 50 overs with top scorer by Jacques Kallis scored a unbeaten 104 off 94-balls - which was his 17th ODI hundred including five-fours and 3-sixes, AB de Villiers hammered a quick-fire 102 off 59-balls - who struck his 6th ODI hundred and his second century in the series.

Hashim Amla scored 87 off 103-balls with eight boundaries and Loots Bosman cracked a 68 off 46-balls including 7-fours and 4-sixes with strike rate of 147.82.

India best bowler by Ravindra Jadeja and Yusuf Pathan both took one-wickets.

India scored 275 for all-out in 44.3 overs with top scorer by Virat Kohli struck 57 off 71-balls including four-fours and a six, Suresh Raina hammered a quick-fire 49 off 30-balls included 5-fours and a six with strike rate of 163.33.

Rohit Sharma 48 off 61-balls - who fell two-run short of his half-century included 3-fours, Ravindra Jadeja scored 36, Murali Vijay 25 and Abhimanyu Mithun 24.

South Africa best bowler by Dale Steyn, Lonwabo Tsotsobe both picked up 3-wickets, Roelof van der Merwe and Johan Botha each took two-wickets.

AB de Villiers named Player of the match for his flurry unbeaten 102-runs knocked off facing 59-balls including 11-fours and 3-sixes with strike rate of 172.88.

Sachin Tendulkar earned player of the series for his brilliant batting display of scoring 204-runs in the three-match series.


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