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Match 25

Series: World Cup, 2019

Date & Time 19th June, 15:00 (IST)

Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham

Weather : Overcast

Toss:  New Zealand Won the toss and elected to field

Umpires: Ian Gould (ENG), Nigel Llong (ENG) and Rod Tucker (AUS)

Referee: Sir Richie Richardson (WI)

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NZ elected to field

new zealand New Zealand Runs 234/6 (48.0) 

Runs 241/6 (49.0)

south africa South Africa

Last over of the match. 8 expected to win. 7 for a tie. No Very here. The teams share points if this is a tie. Andile Phehlukwayo to bowl. 8-0-62-1 so far. Faf du Plessis has a long chat with him. Substitute Duminy comes in to join the conversation. Umpire Ian Gould asks the Proteas to hustle just a bit. About time. Indeed, even a normal 100-over game does not last this long. Okay. Lungi Ngidi returns to the field after a conceivable bathroom break. Duminy returns.

Staying ahead in the run chaseStaying ahead in the run chase

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Powerplay 2 time! Now 4 fielders can be outside the 30-yard circle till the 39th over.

Chris Morris to Jimmy Neesham 

OUT! The bowling change has done the trick here. Cross seam bowler outside off, Neesham loks to cut but gets a thick outside edge which flies to wide first slip. Amla there reacts rapidly and takes a sharp catch. Exactly when New Zealand expected to accelerate they have lost a wicket. The budding 57-run stand has been broken and New Zealand are once again on the back foot.

Chris Morris to Tom Latham 

OUT! The fourth one is back in the hut for New Zealand and they are in all sorts of trouble here. Morris hits the deck hard on a length. He is able to generate the extra bob off the surface. The ball also moves away after pitching. Latham looks to protect but gets a feather of an outside edge back towards the manager. De Kock takes a dolly behind. New Zealand are making a wreck of this chase and one can say South Africa are well on top here. Ultra Edge confirms a slight spike when the ball passes the bat. 

Chris Morris to Ross Taylor 

OUT! Big wicket for New Zealand. Ross Taylor has gone off to an extremely poor ball. It is a nothing ball, full on the pads, Taylor looks to flick but gets an inside edge which flicks his pad and goes behind to Quinton de Kock. He takes an easy catch and is all grins as he takes it. The South African players are ecstatic and New Zealand in profound waters here. They have lost three wicket and all three have been somewhat of a bizarre dismissal. 

Andile Phehlukwayo to Martin Guptill 

OUT! HIT WICKET! This is interesting and unfortunate. Depends who you support. Phehlukwayo bangs it in short on the body, the ball keeps big on Guptill. He looks to pull but turns 360 degree at the same time. The ball experiences mid-wicket but hang on a minute, Guptill is walking back. What's happened? The South African players are celebrating and Martin is walking back with a smile on his face. Well, replay demonstrates that after Guptill turned 360 degrees, his back foot slipped and hit the leg shaft, dislodging the bails. How unfortunate is he? These zing bails sometimes don't fall off even after a bowler bowls at 140 but sometime a slip is sufficient. 

Kagiso Rabada to Colin Munro 

OUT! Soft, soft dismissal this. Munro was looking so good but he has missed out on an opportunity to make the most of it here. Good length ball pitching on middle and leg and coming in with the angle. Munro looks to safeguard but it takes the inside edge and throws up to the side of the pitch after ricocheting off his pad. Rabada runs and takes a good catch stretching to one side. South Africa required an early wicket and their strike bowler has given them simply that.

New Zealand vs South Africa | Match 25 | ICC

Pacemen Trent Boult and Lockie Ferguson put New Zealand on top against South Africa as the Proteas' battled once again at the World Cup. After a soggy outfield delayed the start at Edgbaston on Wednesday and diminished the match to 49 overs for every side, Black Caps captain Kane Williamson won the toss and sent South Africa into bat, wanting to take advantage of bowler-accommodating conditions. He was rewarded in simply the second over when Boult demolished Quinton de Kock's stumps, sending him back for only five. Hashim Amla and captain Faf du Plessis played some familiar shots as the Proteas recuperated to reach 59-1 in the fourteenth over. But Ferguson then created a yorker to bowl Du Plessis for 23 immediately after a bouncer. 

Australia vs Bangladesh | Match 26 | ICC - Cricket World... South Africa, who got fast bowler Lungi Ngidi for Beuran Hendricks, must win this match in the event that they are to stand a realistic chance of reaching the semi-finals after finally recording their first victory of the tournament, against Afghanistan. Despite that nine-wicket win, Du Plessis' side are still languishing in eighth spot in the 10-team table after five games, with the top four qualifying for one month from now's semis. After Wednesday's game, they will face Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Australia. New Zealand are flying high and a fourth win would lift the 2015 finalists to the top of the table ahead of matches against West Non mainstream players, Pakistan, Australia and hosts England. Wet weather has caused major disruption at the World Cup, with four no outcomes where teams shared a point each England beat Afghanistan by 150 runs