Dec 8, 2013
South Africa reached 21 for no loss in five overs against India in the second One-Day International at Durban on Sunday. Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami began the attack for India and the pacers tested openers Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock. There is swing and bounce on offer and the pacers have bowled well so far. Surprisingly Dhoni made the first bowling change in the fourth over bringing Ishant Sharma in place of Shami.
The first confident shot of the start was by Quinton de Kock when he punched down the line to a full length delivery by Umesh Yadav. The start of the match was delayed due to a wet outfield. MS Dhoni elected to bowl after winning the toss. De Kock continued with his aggression pulling Yadav for another boundary. In his first over, Ishant did find the edge of de Kock but the ball flew wide of slips towards thirdman.
The well-timed shots aren’t running towards the fence due to the wet outfield
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