Bangladesh vs South Africa 1st ODI Highlights Today 15 Oct 2017

Watch Bangladesh vs South Africa 1st ODI highlights 15th October today, Ban vs SA 15th Oct highlights. A record breaking chase by the Proteas against the unlucky Tigers was seen at Kimberly when de Kock and Amla gunned down a massive 282 run target while opening for the side. Bangladesh vouchsafed a massive target of 278 to the South Africans, little did they know that the mixture of youth and experience – de Kock and Amla – would not let any other player get formal as they easily overcame the target they were given. Quinton de Kock played an amazing innings of 168 runs off 145 balls while Amla hit a classy 110 off 112 balls.









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Short Report:
Mushfiqur Rahim hit a classy hundred while batting first while all the other batsmen added together playing small but double figure innings. Rahim stayed unbeaten at crease while the sensation Rabada was sending the Bengali batsmen back to pavilion. Bangladesh lost seven batsmen after fifty overs, four of them removed by Rabada while Pretorius took two wickets and Imran Tahir dislodged one wicket. Their innings consisted of six sixes and 28 fours.
Rahim stayed unbeaten at the crease, registering 110* runs off 116 balls to his name.

The South African openers ruined the hope for Bangladesh after overcoming the target in only 42.5 overs. Hashim Amla and de Kock displayed brilliance at the crease, depicting their unstoppable force in their own backyard at Kimberly. There is nothing more to say expect for the brilliant form of de Kock, who has always remained under the spotlight for South Africa and the side has expected good performances from him; the wicket-keeper batsman hasn’t disappointed a lot. Same goes with Amla as he remains the guy from which people have the kind of rescuing hope. He once again showed that he has not lost his classy and elegant batting techniques and will continue this in future.









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This was a world record for South Africa – the openers chasing the highest total for the side. Quinton de Kock and Amla remained unbeaten at 168* (145) and 110* (112) respectively.