Shakib Al Hasan scored a half-century and took a five-for in a dominant 62-run win over Afghanistan at the Rose Bowl.
Mickey Arthur, the former South African coach now in charge of Pakistan, expressed some empathy for his former employers despite his obvious elation after his side secured a 49-run victory at Lord’s on Wednesday. DANIEL GALLAN reports.
After the 49-run loss to Pakistan at Lord’s, which has officially eliminated South Africa from the World Cup, Proteas captain Faf du Plessis has accepted that this is the low point of his tenure. DANIEL GALLAN reports.
The Proteas will never win a World Cup unless they come to terms with their painful past, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Proteas officially crashed out of the World Cup semi-final race after a crushing loss to Pakistan on Sunday.
Pakistan won by 49 runs at Lord’s on Sunday to knock South Africa out of the World Cup playoff race. JON CARDINELLI reports.
Played seven, won one, the most embarrassing World Cup campaign in South Africa’s cricketing history. Protea Fire? More like Proteas Dire, writes GARY LEMKE.
Pakistan fired late in their innings to set the Proteas a target of 309 in the World Cup match at Lord’s.
Pakistan have won the toss and elected to bat in the World Cup clash against South Africa at Lord’s.
Carlos Brathwaite’s late century was in vain as New Zealand secured a five-run win against the West Indies at Old Trafford.
Mohammad Shami took a hat-trick in the final over against Afghanistan to seal an 11-run win at the Rose Bowl.
The Proteas’ minds are probably already on the plane home following their gut-wrenching defeat by New Zealand, but they have Sunday’s clash with Pakistan and two other matches left at this World Cup to salvage some pride, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Lasith Malinga (4-43) sparked a phenomenal bowling performance from Sri Lanka as they defended 232-9 to beat England by 20 runs in Leeds.
David Warner hit the sixth 150-plus score in his career to help set up Australia’s 48-run win against Bangladesh in Nottingham.
Highlights of the Proteas’ four-wicket loss to New Zealand in Birmingham on Wednesday.