Turning point in New Zealand vs South Africa World Cup tie

first_imgNew Zealand convincingly beat South Africa by 49 runs in the third quarter-final match of the World Cup at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Friday.But, it couldn’t have been so had Tim Southee removed Jacques Kallis on the first ball of the 25th over. That wicket is a way started the slide for the Proteas as from then on wickets kept falling regularly as the Kiwis pressed further.Man-of-the-MatchJacob Oram earned the Man-of-the-Match award for his impressive bowling performance finishing with figures of 9-1-39-4.last_img

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