New Zealand vs South Africa live cricket score updates WC 2011 | Nz vs SA live Quarter final
New Zealand vs South Africa live cricket score: South Africa will face New Zealand live in Cricket world cup 2011 quarter final round will be played on 25 March. Both teams Nzl vs SA are ready for this huge match and want to win this tough match to proceed further in semi. The South African cricket team will be Ross Taylor-proof when they play New Zealand in their World Cup quarter-final on Friday.
Nz vs SA live Score updates
New Zealand vs South Africa live cricket score updates WC 2011
South Africa have the most balanced combination in both Bowling and batting so its hard for Kiwis to beat them .But New Zealand have superb performance in group matches .they bowled well and score in professional manners. Jacques Kallis, who is the Proteas’ most experienced one-day player, said that the team has already made plans to prevent Taylor from repeating his innings of 131 (off just 124 deliveries) in the group match against Pakistan. South Africa bring an added dimension to their bowling, accompanied by a new generation who reject any suggestion that they fold under pressure to the World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand in Dhaka on Friday. New zealand beat Pakistan in his last match seems in better form in world cup. New Zealand started their journey of this cricket extravaganza with a 10-wicket victory against Kenya and they maintained their victory margin against Zimbabwe also. In their second match against Australia, they lost by seven wickets. New Zealand won by 110 runs against Pakistan during the inaugural match at Pallekele International Cricket Stadium. In this match, Ross Taylor scored 62 runs in the last 16 deliveries.
New Zealand vs South Africa quarter final cricket world cup 2011
South Africa meet a New Zealand team which struggled against the Sri Lankan spinners in the group stages, after losing four one-day internationals in Bangladesh last year. While the South Africans’ all-round prowess in the group stages has deservedly earned them the title of tournament favourites, they are still forced to counter accusations that they choke when the going gets tough. New Zealand will still need everything to go their way on Friday against a team which is superior in both batting and bowling.