Sep 22Dolphins vs. Chennai

Match 8, Group A at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru

Chennai won by 54 runs

Sep 21Kolkata vs. Lahore Lions

Match 7, Group A at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad

Kolkata won by 4 wkts

Sep 21Cape Cobras vs. Hobart Hurricanes

Match 6, Group B at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad

Hobart Hurricanes won by 6 wkts

Sep 20Barbados Tridents vs. Punjab

Match 5, Group B at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali

Punjab won by 4 wkts

Sep 20Dolphins vs. Perth

Match 4, Group A at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali

Perth won by 6 wkts

Sep 19Cape Cobras vs. Northern Knights

Match 3, Group B at International Cricket Stadium, Raipur

NK won by 33 runs (D/L method)

Sep 23 20:00Hobart Hurricanes vs. Northern Knights

Match 9, Group B at International Cricket Stadium, Raipur

Sep 24 20:00Kolkata vs. Perth

Match 10, Group A at Hyderabad

Sep 25 20:00Chennai vs. Lahore Lions

Match 11, Group A at Bengaluru

Sep 26 16:00Barbados Tridents vs. Cape Cobras

Match 12, Group B at Mohali

Sep 26 20:00Punjab vs. Northern Knights

Match 13, Group B at Mohali

Sep 27 16:00Dolphins vs. Lahore Lions

Match 14, Group A at Bengaluru

Cricket Scorecard

Australia tour of South Africa 2014

South Africa vs. Australia, 3rd Test

Newlands, Cape Town, Mar 01, 2014

Match Information

Match Status
Australia won by 245 runs
Man Of The Match
Warner
Toss
Australia (Elected to Bat)
Umpires
Aleem Dar (Pak) & Kumar Dharmasena (SL)
Third Umpire
Richard Illingworth (Eng)
Match Referee
Roshan Mahanama (SL)

Batting: Australia

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Chris Rogerscaught Graeme Smith b Steyn25414060.98
David Warnercaught de Villiers b Duminy13515212188.82
Alex Doolancaught Steyn b Philander20663030.30
Michael Clarke (C)batting16130117053.49
Steven Smithbowled b Elgar841559354.19
Shane Watsoncaught Amla b Duminy403223125.00
Brad Haddin (WK)caught Amla b Duminy13212061.90
Mitchell Johnsoncaught de Villiers b Duminy01000.00
Ryan Harrisbatting4310133.33
Extras (6 wides, 6 no balls)12 
Total (494-7 in 127.4 overs declared)494 

Fall of Wickets

1/65 (Chris Rogers, 13.3 ov.), 2/138 (Alex Doolan, 31.3 ov.), 3/217 (David Warner, 57.4 ov.), 4/401 (Steven Smith, 107.5 ov.), 5/456 (Shane Watson, 118.4 ov.), 6/489 (Brad Haddin, 126.5 ov.), 7/489 (Mitchell Johnson, 126.6 ov.)

Bowling: South Africa

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Dale Steyn10.10441004.3
Vernon Philander26.421161104.3
Morne Morkel23.52940463.9
Jean-Paul Duminy170734004.3
Kyle Abbott2811680102.4
Dean Elgar220991004.5

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
127.4FOURPhilander to R Harris, FOUR, sharp bouncer from the Vern, Harris goes for the pull and gets a top edge over ABD494/7
127OUTDuminy to Johnson, out Caught by de Villiers!! Duminy is on a hat-trick and this is his career best. This was fired down the leg-side, Johnson leans forward and tries to glance it, but ends up getting a thin inside edge to ABD who collects a sharp catch. Umpire Aleem Dar was not convinced that there was an edge, but Duminy was and he told ABD to go for the review, and the Proteas got it right as the decision was overturned. Johnson c de Villiers b Duminy 0(1)489/7
126.5OUTDuminy to Haddin, out Caught by Amla!! Duminy gets another one against the run of play. This was floated outside off, Haddin mistimes the loft straight down the throat of Amla at mid-off. He goes trying the accelerate. Both Haddin and Watson tried to hit against the wind which was not a clever idea. Haddin c Amla b Duminy 13(21) [4s-2]489/6
125.1FOURPhilander to Haddin, FOUR, Haddin welcomes Philander with a super shot, fullish and outside off, he gets to the pitch of the ball and heaves it wide of mid-on for a boundary484/5
123.2FOURKyle Abbott to Clarke, FOUR, short delivery outside off, not much venom on that, Clarke has plenty of time to go back and pull it to the deep mid wicket. This is now is highest score in South Africa475/5
122.1FOURDuminy to Haddin, FOUR, tossed up delivery on off, Haddin walks across his stumps and hoicks it to deep mid wicket, the ball goes on the bounce to the fence471/5
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Batting: South Africa

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Graeme Smith (C)caught Haddin b R Harris5191026.32
Alviro Petersencaught Haddin b Johnson53628085.48
Dean Elgarcaught Haddin b J Pattinson11201055.00
Hashim Amlabowled b R Harris38526073.08
AB de Villiers (WK)caught Clarke b Johnson14372037.84
Faf du Plessiscaught Warner b Johnson671356049.63
Jean-Paul Duminycaught Haddin b R Harris480050.00
Vernon Philanderbatting371071034.58
Kyle Abbottbowled b Watson3250012.00
Dale Steyncaught Watson b Johnson282750103.70
Morne Morkelcaught Watson b J Pattinson791077.78
Extras (8 byes, 6 wides, 3 no balls, 3 leg byes)20 
Total (287-10 in 82.5 overs)287 

Fall of Wickets

1/7 (Graeme Smith, 4.5 ov.), 2/42 (Dean Elgar, 11.4 ov.), 3/95 (Alviro Petersen, 21.2 ov.), 4/121 (Hashim Amla, 28.1 ov.), 5/133 (AB de Villiers, 35.4 ov.), 6/146 (Jean-Paul Duminy, 38.6 ov.), 7/241 (Faf du Plessis, 67.2 ov.), 8/249 (Kyle Abbott, 73.6 ov.), 9/279 (Dale Steyn, 81.3 ov.), 10/287 (Morne Morkel, 82.5 ov.)

Bowling: Australia

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Ryan Harris*229633102.9
Mitchell Johnson195424002.2
James Pattinson18.54772264.1
Shane Watson91341003.8
Nathan Lyon121530004.4
Steven Smith2070003.5

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
82.5OUTJ Pattinson to M Morkel, out Caught by Watson!! M Morkel plays one shot too many and finally edges a delivery well outside off. The thick edge flew high and to the left of first slip. Watson was taken back by the momentum but he hangs onto it. M Morkel c Watson b J Pattinson 7(9) [4s-1]287/10
82.3FOURJ Pattinson to M Morkel, FOUR, J Pattinson is not getting any height on the short one. This one too sits up and M Morkel is not shy to play the pull. He connects pretty well too and picks up a boundary287/9
81.3OUTJohnson to Steyn, out Caught by Watson!! Johnson finally gets his man. This was angled across again, Steyn poked out well away from the body. There was extra bounce as well and Steyn got a thick edge. He almost guides that straight to slip. Goes at hip height to Watson at first slip and he latches on. Steyn c Watson b Johnson 28(27) [4s-5]279/9
81.2FOURJohnson to Steyn, FOUR, short and wide outside off, Steyn cuts it uppishly and well wide of the fly slip in place. Another boundary279/8
79.2FOURJohnson to Steyn, FOUR, that's a real snorter. Banged in short of length and rising up steeply. He has Steyn fending up and the ball kisses the shoulder of the bat before lobbing up over the slips273/8
78.2FOURR Harris to Steyn, FOUR, Steyn is timing everything superbly. Full and outside off. Steyn jams it down past mid off for one more boundary266/8
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Batting: Australia

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Chris Rogersrunout de Villiers39676058.21
David Warnercaught de Villiers b Kyle Abbott14515613492.95
Alex Doolancaught Kyle Abbott b M Morkel37875042.53
Shane Watsoncaught Duminy b Kyle Abbott251712147.06
Michael Clarke (C)caught (sub)de Kock b Kyle Abbott01000.00
Steven Smithbatting362050180.00
Brad Haddin (WK)batting3300100.00
Extras (3 byes, 3 no balls, 12 leg byes)18 
Total (303-5 in 58 overs declared)303 

Fall of Wickets

1/123 (Chris Rogers, 20.2 ov.), 2/188 (Alex Doolan, 44.6 ov.), 3/245 (Shane Watson, 50.6 ov.), 4/257 (Michael Clarke, 52.2 ov.), 5/290 (David Warner, 56.3 ov.)

Bowling: South Africa

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Morne Morkel131671105.2
Kyle Abbott142613004.4
Vernon Philander60420207.0
Jean-Paul Duminy193760004.0
Dale Steyn31240008.0
Dean Elgar30180006.0

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
57.2FOURPhilander to S Smith, FOUR, full and outside off, Smith smashes it down the ground and past a diving Morne at long off. A kid inside takes the stand cops a blow! Ouch298/5
56.3OUTKyle Abbott to Warner, out Caught by de Villiers!! That's the end of Warner's excellent innings. This was full and outside off, Warner tries to swing it away on the onside but gets a thick outside edge. He walks off to a well deserved standing applause. Warner c de Villiers b Kyle Abbott 145(156) [4s-13 6s-4]290/5
53.4FOURM Morkel to S Smith, FOUR, 143.7kph full toss outside off, S Smith exploits the pace, opens the face of the bat and just pushes it gently to the square third man fence. It was all velvety timing, no real violence276/4
52.5FOURKyle Abbott to S Smith, FOUR, make it a hat-trick of boundaries. Another length delivery on off, S Smith clears his front leg out of the way and lifts it over mid-off, the ball has enough legs to reach the fence despite Smith not middling it as well as he would have liked269/4
52.4FOURKyle Abbott to S Smith, FOUR, back to back boundaries for Smith. He plunges into the action straightaway. This was on a length and outside off, S Smith opens the face of the bat late and guides it past the man at slip to the third man fence265/4
52.3FOURKyle Abbott to S Smith, FOUR, pitched up and outside off, S Smith drives it sweetly, JP puts up a valiant chase, he slides in just before the ropes and just escorts it to the sweeper cover fence261/4
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Batting: South Africa

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Alviro Petersenlbw b R Harris9110081.82
Graeme Smith (C)caught A Doolan b Johnson3300100.00
Dean Elgarbowled b Johnson013000.00
Hashim Amlalbw b J Pattinson411094037.61
AB de Villiers (WK)caught Haddin b R Harris432286018.86
Kyle Abbottbowled b J Pattinson789107.87
Faf du Plessislbw b S Smith471095043.12
Jean-Paul Duminycaught N Lyon b Johnson43998043.43
Vernon Philanderbatting511056148.57
Dale Steynbowled b R Harris144002.27
Morne Morkelbowled b R Harris02000.00
Extras (8 byes, 2 wides, 5 no balls, 5 leg byes)20 
Total (265-10 in 134.3 overs)265 

Recent Overs

0 4 0 0 0 0   -  0 0 0 0 0 0   -  0 0 0 0 0 0   -  W 0 W

Fall of Wickets

1/12 (Alviro Petersen, 2.1 ov.), 2/12 (Graeme Smith, 3.1 ov.), 3/15 (Dean Elgar, 5.6 ov.), 4/68 (Hashim Amla, 36.4 ov.), 5/95 (Kyle Abbott, 66.1 ov.), 6/136 (AB de Villiers, 84.2 ov.), 7/173 (Faf du Plessis, 102.1 ov.), 8/246 (Jean-Paul Duminy, 119.1 ov.), 9/265 (Dale Steyn, 134.1 ov.), 10/265 (Morne Morkel, 134.3 ov.)

Bowling: Australia

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Ryan Harris*24.315324001.3
Mitchell Johnson3411923002.7
James Pattinson2710622322.3
Nathan Lyon2217100000.5
Shane Watson9660100.7
Steven Smith133431103.3
Michael Clarke5270001.4

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
134.3OUTR Harris to M Morkel, out Bowled!! Harris is the hero! What a show from him! This was full and pacy from round the wicket. Morkel does not get the bat down in time and the stumps are shattered. Australia are ecstatic! Australia have beaten the No. 1 ranked Test side in the world in their own backyard. M Morkel b R Harris 0(2)265/10
134.1OUTR Harris to Steyn, out Bowled!! Drama! No shortage of it at all. R Harris strikes first ball of his spell. This was right in the blockhole. It appeared to tail away a touch. Steyn does not get the bat down in time and the ball just shaves the off stump. That's the third time today a bowling change has yielded a wicket first ball. Steyn b R Harris 1(44)265/9
133.4OTHERJohnson to Philander, no run, Johnson darted this in from that angle from round the wicket. Philander was hit on the front pad but the ball-tracker shows it clearly heaidng down leg.265/8
131.2FOURJohnson to Philander, FOUR, slanted in from round the wicket, Philander turns it away to the fine leg fence. It gives Philander his 4th Test fifty. What guts under pressure. Superb knock so far but he is not getting carried away265/8
124OTHERJohnson to Philander, no run, what a huge decision that is! None of the Australians are happy. Clarke is having a chat with Aleem Dar. Just to conclude. It was a good short delivery, Philander was fending. The ball flicked the right glove but the third umpire reckoned it was off the bat when it did259/8
122FOURJohnson to Philander, byes, FOUR, good length delivery swinging back in, Philander tries to defend but fails to make contact. The ball almost shaves the sticks. Even a full length dive to the left from Haddin wasn't good enough to stop the ball259/8
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