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New Zealand vs Australia 1st Innings report

David miller scored 59 from 18, South Africa vs New Zealand live score
South Africa took a strong charge on New Zealand bowlers after start of play after rain and set a target of 298 runs for New Zealand(D/L method). South Africa who was with 216 runs from 38 overs added another 65 runs to board and made 281/5 in 43 overs(D/L method). South Africa lost Du Plessis(82 from 107 balls) wicket after played resumed after rain But David Miller out charged on new Zealand bowlers and made 49 runs from 18 balls with AB de Villiers(65 from 45 balls) from other end.Earlier South Africa lost three 2 wickets Amla(10 runs) and Quinton De Kock(14 runs) but Du Plessis and Rilee Rossouw(39 runs) build the innings and after Rossouw out, Du Plessis and AB de Villiers faced South Africa bowlers comfortably. Corey Ander took 3 wickets ,Trent Boult 2 wickets. Earlier, South Africa won the toss and opted to bat first

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