Quinton de Kock completes his half-century as South Africa is now looking more comfortable while chasing the target of just 195 runs. It was a brilliant batting display from the Lucknow Super Giants’ opener as he brings up his fifty in just 26 balls. The visitors had a great time bowling as star pace bowler Kagiso Rabada took a fifer in the match. Bangladesh’s batting line-up was thrashed by the South African bowlers as they bowled out the home side for just 194 runs. Chasing down the target of 195, South Africa openers were too good since the start of the second innings as they have only lost a single wicket and are comfortable on 90.
South Africa lost the first ODI and they were trailing the series by 1-0, but if the visitors can manage to win this second ODI, then the last ODI will be a series decider. It looks like South Africa is going to win this match all thanks to Kagiso Rabada’s spell, as the pacer bowled 10 overs, gave just 39 runs, and took 5 crucial wickets which changed the scenario of the game and turned the game towards the South African’s men.
The third ODI between Bangladesh and South Africa will be played on 23rd March.