Cricket-India v South Africa - scoreboard

Tue Oct 2, 2012 11:01pm IST

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Oct 2 (Reuters) - Scoreboard from the Twenty20 World Cup
Super Eight Group Two match between India and South Africa in
Colombo on Tuesday
    
    India beat South Africa by one run
        
    India innings
 G.Gambhir b M. Morkel                8
 V.Sehwag b Peterson                 17
 V.Kohli c de Villiers b Kallis       2
 R. Sharma lbw b Peterson            25
 Yuvraj Singh b M. Morkel            21
 S. Raina run out                    45
 MS Dhoni not out                    23
 Extras (lb-10, nb-1)                11
 Total (six wickets, 20 overs)      152
    Fall of wickets: 1-23 2-30 3-36 4-68 5-112 6-152
    Bowling: Steyn 4-1-26-0, M. Morkel 4-0-28-2 (1nb), Kallis
3-0-24-1, Peterson 4-0-25-2, Botha 3-0-30-0, du Plessis 1-0-3-0,
Duminy 1-0-6-0
    
    South Africa innings
 H. Amla c Sehwag b Khan                 0
 J. Kallis c Sharma b Pathan             6
 AB de Villiers b Yuvraj Singh          13
 F. du Plessis c Raina b Yuvraj Singh   65
 JP Duminy c Gambhir b Balaji           16
 F. Behardien c Raina b Khan            13
 R. Peterson b Khan                     10
 A. Morkel b Balaji                     10
 J. Botha c Raina b Ashwin               8
 D. Steyn not out                        0
 M. Morkel b Balaji                      6
 Extras (lb-3, nb-1)                     4
 Total (all out; 19.5 overs)           151
    Fall of wickets: 1-0 2-16 3-46 4-95 5-107 6-127 7-127 8-138
9-145 10-151
    Bowling: Zaheer Khan 4-0-22-3, Pathan 3-0-26-1, Yuvraj Singh
4-0-23-2, Rohit Sharma 1-0-13-0, Ashwin 4-0-27-1 (1nb), Balaji
3.5-0-37-3    

 (Edited by Tom Pilcher)
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