WI vs SA: south africa won by 3 wickets..!!

South Africa won the match against west indies by 3 wickets. With 5 runs needed in the last over, star all-rounder Janson hit a six to take the team to victory. With this, the South African team has progressed to the semi-finals. In the Super 8 round of the t20 world cup, west indies played against South Africa. Expectations rose among the fans as the winning team would advance to the semi-finals. south africa captain Markram elected to bowl after winning the toss in the opening match at Antigua. After this, the west indies team added 135 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs.
After this, South Africa's de Kock-Henrycks partnership started with a challenging target of 136 runs. De Kock started with 3 fours in the first over. After this, Henriques ducked out in the first ball of the 2nd over bowled by Russell, and De Kock was dismissed for 12 runs in the last ball. Then suddenly it started raining. The overs of the match were shortened due to rain for nearly 40 minutes. After this, according to DLS regulations, south africa was set a target of 123 runs in 17 overs.

Due to the rain, the excitement was high as it was not known what would happen in the match. After this, the Markram-Stubbs alliance came into play. As Stubbs calmed down, Markram started to pile on the runs on one side. Due to his action of hitting a boundary in every over, the South African team added 41 runs at the end of 5 overs. Alzari then tried to hit a six off the bowling of Joseph and Markram was bowled out for 18 before action player Clauson came in. In that over, Clausen scored 6, 4, 4, 4 for 20 runs, and the game was in South Africa's hands. Then again, Clausen edged a bouncer from Alzari Joseph, and wicketkeeper Pooran made a stunning catch. As a result, the South African team lost 4 wickets for 77 runs and stumbled. Then both Stubbs and Miller added runs calmly. Suddenly, Miller was dismissed for 4 runs and Stubbs was dismissed for 29 runs in Chase bowling, south africa lost 6 wickets for 100 runs.

This left south africa needing 18 runs off 18 balls to win. Both Janson and Maharaj added runs calmly. In the 16th over bowled by Ruston Chase, Maharaj was bowled out for 2 runs, and 8 runs were added in that over. Thus only 5 runs were needed in the last over to win. Jansson hit a six off the first ball of the last over from McGai to win. With this, the South African team progressed to the semi-finals. Likewise, the west indies team is out of the t20 world cup Super 8 round at home.

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