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AB de Villiers, Imran Tahir guided South Africa to 257 runs over West Indies

Match no 19 Cricket world cup 2015, South Africa beat West Indies by a big margin of 257 runs. Chasing a big target of 409 runs West Indies lost their main gun wicket Chris Gayle (0) very early, Kyle Abbott, Imran Tahir and More Morkel scalped the top order no other batsman other than Jason holder holder(58 runs) batted at the crease for the long time and WesT Indies were bowled out for 151 in 34 overs. Imran Tahir was the top wicket taker with 5 wickets, Morne Morkel and Kyle Abbott took two wickets each. In South Africa batting Hashim Amla(66) and Du Plessis score a century partnership after early wicket fall Quinton de Kock after the two lost their wickets AB de Villiers (162 from 66 balls) and Rilee Rossouw continued the streak as AB scored fastest 150 in ODI’s. AB De Villiers was awarded with man of the match. Earlier South Africa won the toss and opted to bat first.

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