Windies face steep total

2015-01-11 17:06
Faf du Plessis on his way to his century. (AFP)

Johannesburg - The West Indies will have to score 232 to win off 120 balls in their second Twenty20 international against South Africa at the Wanderers.

The West Indies lead the three-match series after winning the first game by four wickets in Cape Town on Friday.

SAPA supplied the scoreboard:

Toss: West Indies

South Africa innings

R Rossouw c Ramdin b Holder 15 (9b, 2x6)

M van Wyk c Pollard b Benn 4 (3b, 1x4)

F du Plessis c Bravo b Holder 119 (56b, 11x4, 5x6)

D Miller run out (Russell) 47 (26b, 4x4, 3x6)

J Ontong c Holder b Bravo 19 (12b, 2x4, 1x6)

F Behardien not out 8

D Wiese c Smith b Bravo 6 (2b, 1x6)

K Abbott run out (Ramdin) 2 (2b)

Extras: (lb2, w7, nb2) 11

Total: (for seven wickets) 231 -- 20 overs.

Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Van Wyk 0.5), 2-21 (Rossouw 2.2), 3-126 (Miller 10.3), 4-156 (Ontong 13.3), 5-222 (Du Plessis 18.6), 6-228 (Wiese 19.2), 7-231 (Abbott 19.6)

Bowling: Benn 3-0-42-1, Cottrell 3-0-47-0 (1nb), Holder 4-0-40-2 (2w), Russell 4-0-39-0 (1nb, 4w), Bravo 4-0-32-2 (1w), Sammy 1-0-17-0, Pollard 1-0-12-0.

Umpires: Shaun George and Adrian Holdstock (both RSA)

TV umpire: Johan Cloete (RSA)

Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (SRI).


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