South Africa beat India on Duckworth/Lewis method in T20 match

JOHANNESBURG Sat Mar 31, 2012 1:08am IST

South Africa's Jacques Kallis (back) looks on as India's vice captain Virat Kohli misses a catch during their one-off Twenty20 international cricket match in Johannesburg March 30, 2012. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

South Africa's Jacques Kallis (back) looks on as India's vice captain Virat Kohli misses a catch during their one-off Twenty20 international cricket match in Johannesburg March 30, 2012.

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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa defeated India by 11 runs in a one-off Twenty20 international at the Wanderers on Friday on the Duckworth/Lewis method after their batsmen had plundered 219 for four.

India raced to 71 for one from 7.5 overs when the rain came with the visitors behind the Duckworth/Lewis target.

Jacques Kallis struck 61 and man-of-the-match Colin Ingram hit 78 in the South Africa innings.

Gautam Gambhir lashed 49 not out off 28 balls as India made a bright start in reply before the weather thwarted their victory charge.

(Reporting by Ken Borland; Editing by John Mehaffey)

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