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England v South Africa - 4th ODI Scorecard


By Tom James
September 4 2012

England were to take a 2-1 lead in the five match series with South Africa, by virtue of a six wicket win at Lord's, thanks in the main to batsmen Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell. It is however a series, lacking in the run fest which nornally goes with limited overs cricket....

Sunday, 2 September 2012 at Lord's - 4th ODI

England beat South Africa by 6 wickets
 
England won the toss and elected to field
 
South Africa 220-8 (50ov)
 
England 224-4 (46.4ov)
 
South Africa Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Smithc Kieswetterb Dernbach
29
5420
Amla
 
b Bopara
45
7331
Duminyst Kieswetterb Tredwell
18
2230
de Villiersst Kieswetterb Tredwell
39
4620
Du Plessis
 
b Bopara
1
800
Elgarc Kieswetterb Finn
35
5910
Parnellst Kieswetterb Tredwell
5
1300
Petersonnot out
 
31
2041
McLarenrun out (Dernbach)
 
1
100
Steynnot out
 
3
400
Extras
 
6w 7lb13
 
Total
 
for 8220(50.0 ov)

 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Finn10.00331
Anderson7.00320
Dernbach9.00511
Bopara9.00342
Patel7.00280
Tredwell8.00353
 
Fall of wicket
 
68Smith
100Amla
106Duminy
115Du Plessis
166de Villiers
174Parnell
214Elgar
215McLaren



England Innings

 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Cooklbwb Steyn
2
600
Bellc de Villiersb Steyn
88
13781
Trottlbwb Elgar
48
7740
Boparac de Villiersb McLaren
6
1410
Morgannot out
 
36
3650
Kieswetternot out
 
21
1231
Extras
 
2nb 11w 3b 7lb23
 
Total
 
for 4224(46.4 ov)

 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Steyn9.40472
Tsotsobe8.00360
McLaren9.00521
Elgar5.00151
Parnell8.00390
Peterson7.01250
 
Fall of wicket
 
2Cook
143Trott
156Bopara
186Bell




England: Cook (C), Bell, Trott, Bopara, Morgan, Kieswetter (W), Patel, Tredwell, Dernbach, Anderson, Finn

South Africa: Smith, Amla, Elgar, de Villiers (C/W), Du Plessis, Duminy, Parnell, Peterson, Steyn, McLaren, Tsotsobe

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