Rohit Sharma scored his second century of the tournament which helped India to an emphatic 89-run win over Pakistan in a rain-effected clash in Manchester.
A win at last and with that comes a more pleasant edition of the World Cup player ratings for the Proteas, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Check out the highlights from the Proteas’ much-needed nine-wicket win over Afghanistan in Cardiff on Saturday.
Imran Tahir highlighted his extra work in the gym and raised intensity in training after his match winning 4-29 from seven overs against Afghanistan, writes DANIEL GALLAN in Cardiff.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis said he feels ‘lighter’ now that his team finally have a victory in the Cricket World Cup after beating Afghanistan by 9 wickets in Cardiff, writes DANIEL GALLAN in London.
The Proteas kept their small World Cup playoff flame burning after they recorded their first win of the 2019 World Cup with a nine-wicket, Duckworth-Lewis, thrashing of Afghanistan in Cardiff, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Take the win and leave town was the plan and South Africa did what was needed, picking up their first win of the World Cup, by nine wickets against Afghanistan in Cardiff, writes GARY LEMKE.
A captain’s knock from Aaron Finch helped Australia set up 334-7, which helped them claim an 87-run win against Sri Lanka at The Oval.
Imran Tahir came out firing for South Africa after the second rain interruption and helped the Proteas to restrict Afghanistan to 125 in their World Cup group-stage match in Cardiff, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis decided to bowl first in their do-or-die World Cup clash with Afghanistan in Cardiff on Saturday.
Fans gather in Cardiff to support their teams, despite unfavourable weather conditions predicted, as the Proteas take on Afghanistan.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis still harbours hope that his side can beat the odds and the weather at the 2019 World Cup.
A Joe Root century helped strengthen England’s position on the World Cup standings with a simple eight-wicket win over the West Indies at the Rose Bowl.
Lungi Ngidi is set to miss the Proteas’ crucial clash against Afghanistan on Saturday due to injury, while Beuran Hendricks may make his first appearance at the tournament.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis is drawing confidence from the green pitch and short straight boundaries at Sophia Gardens, and believes the ground may aid his beleaguered team, writes DANIEL GALLAN in Cardiff.