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WI v SA, 2nd ODI, Match Report
Matches - Reports Friday, 24 September 2010 17:38
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2nd ODI: West Indies v South Africa (Winner: SA)

SA 300/5 (H Amla 92, J Kallis 85, K Pollard 2/39, J Taylor 2/50) beat WI 283 (D Bravo 74, D Sammy 58*, M Morkel 3/58) by 17 runs.

   Match Scorecard  
Man of the Match: H Amla Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua (24 May,2010)
cow-analysis

Once again South Africa got off to a good start with 89 runs partnership for the first wicket. After Smith got out Kallis built the innings first with Amla and then with AB to reach 239/3 in 43rd over. With top 4 bastsmen answering Coach’s call it was no surprise that they ended up with 300 runs and a COW of 54%. West Indies were surprisingly circumspect chasing a big total and trundled to 45/1 in 11th with a COW of 33%.They needed one big partnership to recover but that never happened. Apart from Richards’ and Bravo’s fifties no one really contributed till Sammy scored an explosive fifty to turn the match around but eventually ran out of partners as West indies were all out for 283.

 
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  First Inns (South Africa)  
 
arrow 15 Overs: SA 83/0 SA 55% South Africa started very nicely
      with a belligerent opening partnership between Loots Bosman and Graeme Smith. South Africa’s chances increased by 4% during this period.
arrow 31 Overs: SA 167/1 SA 54% South Africa’s run-rate dropped
      a bit during this period, they also lost a wicket too. South Africa’s chances decreased by 1% during this period.
arrow 42 Overs: SA 238/2 SA 56% Despite the loss of a wicket,
      South Africa’s scored at over a 6 per over during this period. South Africa’s chances increased by 2% during this period.
arrow 50 Overs: SA 300/5 SA 54% South Africa got themselves a very
      good target but they could have got some more runs. South Africa’s chances decreased by 2% during this period.
       
  Second Inns (West Indies: Target 301)  
     
arrow 10 Overs: WI 40/0 SA 65% Chris Gayle was not his usual
      aggressive self during the start and the required run-rate had reached 6.5 already. West Indies chances decreased by 11% during this period.
arrow 27 Overs: WI 116/2 SA 74% West Indies did not accelerate
      during this period, and losing 2 wickets made their jobs even harder. West Indies chances dropped by 9% during this period.
arrow 38 Overs: WI 182/3 SA 75% West Indies scored at a run a
      ball but they also lost another wicket. West Indies chances decreased by 1% during this period.
arrow 48.1 Overs: WI 283/10 SA 100% After a flurry of Wickets, it seemed
      the Windies were going to be routed but an astonishing innings from Darran Sammy gave them a chance of victory. In the end he only reduced the victory margin to 17 runs for the South Africans.

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