Warner, Labuschagne a whole lot arrange one other huge Australia ODI win over South Africa

Quick-fire centuries by David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne arrange one more huge win by Australia in opposition to South Africa and a 2-0 lead of their one-day worldwide sequence on Saturday.

Australia racked up 392-8, its third-highest ODI whole, and bowled out South Africa for 269 with 8.1 overs to spare.

The Australians gained by 123 runs, after a three-wicket win on Thursday, and it follows a sweep of the Twenty20 sequence.


It may clinch this sequence on Tuesday on the identical floor.

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Travis Head took a liking to Marco Jansen and Kagiso Rabada within the energy play, through which Australia reached 102 with out loss.

Head hit 64 off 36 balls earlier than falling to Tabraiz Shamsi, who additionally received Mitchell Marsh on overview.

The baton was picked up by Warner, who received to his fifty off 52 balls. Warner took solely 33 extra balls to get his hundred, his fifth in opposition to South Africa, tying Sachin Tendulkar in ODIs in opposition to South Africa.

Labuschagne got here in as a part of the lineup, not as a concussion substitute as he was in his match-winning activate Thursday. He went after spinners Aiden Markram and Shamsi. His first fifty took 54 balls however the second solely 26. His two ODI a whole lot have each been in opposition to South Africa.

He and Warner mixed for 151, which ended when Warner tried to tug and was bowled by Andile Phehlukwayo, who was taking part in his first ODI since October.

Warner made 106 off 93 balls.

Josh Inglis smacked a 37-ball 50 however Australia misplaced its final 5 wickets in 27 balls, together with Labuschagne for 124 off 99 with 19 fours and one six, and was stored beneath 400.

Shamsi took 4-61.

South Africa wanted a report chase and received an excellent begin from Quinton de Kock and captain Temba Bavuma.

De Kock was dropped earlier than he scored and, on 24, the ball rolled onto his stumps however didn’t dislodge the bails. He was bowled by Nathan Ellis, who took the tempo off to bag de Kock for 45 off 30.

South Africa ended the facility play at 84-1 and in nice form however then Bavuma was lbw to Adam Zampa for 46 off 40 and South Africa misplaced a overview.

Zampa received Markram caught on the boundary, and Rassie van der Dussen was tied down earlier than dragging Aaron Hardie on.

Heinrich Klaasen launched Head for 3 sixes over the covers however, after being pinned down by Ellis and Sean Abbott, he was bowled by Zampa for 49 from 36 balls.

David Miller was the fourth batter to succeed in the 40s and he was out for 49 off 52, trapped lbw by Ellis.

The tail didn’t provide a lot and Zampa completed with 4-48, together with doubles for Abbott, Ellis and Hardie.

Source web site: sportstar.thehindu.com

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