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West Indies vs South Africa 37th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 Highlights

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West Indies vs South Africa 37th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 Highlights
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AB de Villiers maiden century sets up to South Africa crushing 67-run victory over West Indies in the World Cup Super Eights clash.

* South Africa's 356 was ninth highest ever total in World Cups, Fifth highest score for South Africa in ODIs and their highest ever total against South Africa in ODIs.

* Mark Boucher blasted 22-ball third fastest ever fifty in World Cups.

South Africa scored mammoth total 356-4 in 50 overs with top scorer by AB de Villiers 146 - which was his first ODI century, Jacques Kallis struck 81 off 86-balls including 6-fours and a six.

Herschelle Gibbs cracked a unbeaten 61 off 40-balls included four-fours and 3-sixes with strike rate of 152.50, Mark Boucher hammered a quick-fire 52 off 23-balls including five-sixes and 2-fours.

West Indies best bowler by Corey Collymore takes two-wickets, Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo each took one-wickets.

West Indies scored 289-9 in 50 overs with top scorer by Ramnaresh Sarwan struck 92 off 75-balls - who fell eight-run short of his century including 10-fours and 2-sixes, Daren Powell cracked a unbeaten 48 off 36-balls including 3-sixes and 2-fours.

Devon Smith struck 33 off 27-balls included four boundaries, Chris Gayle scored 32, Brian Lara 21 and Ian Bradshaw 20.

South Africa best bowler by Shaun Pollock, Jacques Kallis, Graeme Smith each took two-wickets and one for Andre Nel - Makhaya Ntini.

AB de Villiers named Player of the match for his delightful 146-runs knocked off facing 130-balls including 12-fours and 5-sixes.

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