JP Duminy 99 - South Africa vs Ireland 34th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - JP Duminy 99 - South Africa vs Ireland 34th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

Watch the highlights of JP Duminy 99 - South Africa vs Ireland 34th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 - ICC Cricket World Cup tournament of the Group B 34th ODI match played between Ireland and South Africa at Eden Gardens, Kolkata in 15th March 2011.

JP Duminy's 99 sets up to South Africa crushing 131-run victory over Ireland and enter into quarter-finals in the World Cup Group B match.

* This was South Africa's seventh hundred or more runs of margin victory in World Cups. The 131-run margin of defeat is Ireland's biggest in World Cups, surpassing their 129-run loss to New Zealand in 2007.

* Eden Gardens hosted its 23rd ODI, the most for any ground in India. It has hosted 14 day-night games, which is the third highest among all Indian grounds.

* JP Duminy became the second batsman after Adam Gilchrist to be dismissed for 99 in a World Cup match. Overall, there have been 36 occasions when a player has been dismissed in the nineties in World Cups.

* 87 : JP Duminy and Colin Ingram set up the highest sixth-wicket partnership for South Africa in World Cups. The highest sixth-wicket stand for South Africa in ODIs is the 137 between Hansie Cronje and Shaun Pollock against Zimbabwe in 1997.

* The 76 runs conceded by Trent Johnston in his ten overs is the highest  by an Irish bowler in a World Cup (completed spell of ten overs). The highest number of runs conceded by an Irish bowler in ODIs is 95 in nine overs by Peter Connell against New Zealand in 2008.

South Africa scored decent total of 272-7 in 50 overs with top scorer by JP Duminy 99 - who fell one-run short of his century, Colin Ingram struck 46 off 43-balls including 7-fours.

Morne van wyk cracked a 41 off 42 off 41 deliveries included 7-fours & a six, Johan Botha scored 21 not out, Jacques Kallis 19 and Hashim Amla 18.

Ireland best bowler by John Mooney, George Dockrell, Paul Stirling, Boyd Rankin and Trent Johnston each took one-wickets.

Ireland scored 141 for all-out in 33.2 overs with top scorer by Gary Wilson struck 31 off 41-balls including four-fours and a six, Kevin O'Brien scored 19 and George Dockrell 16.

South Africa best bowler by Robin Peterson, Morne Morkel both picked up 3-wickets, Jacques Kallis took two-wickets and one for JP Duminy - Johan Botha.

JP Duminy named Player of the match for his brilliant batting performance to scored 99-runs knocked off facing 103-balls including six-fours and a six.