England Vs South Africa ODI Series is Drawn 2-2

England Vs South Africa ODI series is drawn , South Africa beat England by seven wickets 5th ODI match series is drawn 2-2 England earlier won the toss and elected to bat first. England 182 (45.2overs), Alastair Cook top scored with 51 runs 72 balls on the other side England against Robin Peterson downs three wickets. England were guilty of poor shot selection in their 182 all out in only (45.2) overs. The time of south africa batting start it. Three wickets quicky down south Africa. Amla stroked a majestic 97 not out and De Villiers cracked an unbeaten 75 after James Anderson (2-41) helped reduce the tourists to 14-3. It was fitting it was Amla who helped South Africa level the series, in a summer in which he has dominated the England bowlers. Both teams are ready to perform sri lanka t20 world cup hope the win title.

Man of the match and player of the series Hashim Amla:

“It’s been a good summer for me and I’m glad we got to level the series. We’ve got the T20s coming up so it’s good to get some momentum. I think the way we bowled set the tone, then me and AB were able to finish it off.”

England Vs South Africa ODI Series is Drawn 

England Vs South Africa ODI series is Drawn 2-2


England captain Alastair Cook been a disappointing day, 180 on that wicket was nowhere near enough. It’s frustrating, we came into this game trying to wrap up the series but you can’t do that if we bat like we did. However, we’ve had a really good year in one-day cricket and hopefully we can take that forward to India in the new year. Now I have some time off and I’ll turn my attention to the Tests in India.”

South Africa captain AB de Villiers:

“We’ve been a little bit inconsistent, but there’s a lot of positives, especially the way we played today. We showed a lot of guts. Some of the guys didn’t get the runs or wickets they wanted to, but we’re a tight unit and a good squad. I thought we played well enough to level the series, 2-2 away from home is a good effort.”

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