Proteas

Malan leads England assault, Paterson excels at the death

2017-06-25 17:21
David Malan

Cape Town - Dawid Malan helped England setup up an extremely competitive total in the third and final T20 international played at Sophia Garden in Cardiff.

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Sent into bat by stand-in Proteas skipper, AB de Villiers, England ended on 181 for 8 after their allotted 20 overs.

This was thanks to a fine 78 off just 44 balls from Malan which included 12 fours and 2 sixes.

England were gifted a few opportunities as the Proteas put down a number of chances in the field.

Malan received excellent support from Alex Hales (36) and stand-in England skipper, Jos Buttler (31), while Dane Paterson was the pick of the South African bowlers with 4/32 in his allotted four overs which certainly stopped England from crossing the magical 200 run mark. 

England Team

AD Hales, JJ Roy, DJ Malan, JC Buttler*†, SW Billings, LS Livingstone, LE Plunkett, DJ Willey, CJ Jordan, TK Curran, MS Crane

South African Team

JT Smuts, RR Hendricks, M Mosehle†, AB de Villiers*, DA Miller, F Behardien, CH Morris, AL Phehlukwayo, M Morkel, D Paterson, I Tahir

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