HOBART: South African wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock’s quickfire thump of 18-ball 47 not out went to no end as their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 Super 12s apparatus against Zimbabwe was canceled because of continuous rain.
ZIM Vs SA Highlights
Set to pursue 80 out of nine overs, South African opener de Kock sent off an assault on the Zimbabwean bowlers from the absolute first finish and set the groundwork of the run pursuit as he scored 23 runs in the first finish.
Yet again the downpour then, at that point, hindered in the second over subsequently making the objective be changed to 64 out of seven overs.
The wicketkeeper hitter kept on charging the Zimbabwean bowlers and drove his side to 51/0 in only three overs yet the downpour mediated once more, constraining the match to be canceled.
Quinton de Kock stayed unbeaten with his rankling 47 off 18, bound with eight limits and a six, while his initial accomplice Temba Bavuma could confront just two conveyances and scored as many runs.
Zimbabwean all-rounder prearranged a shocking battle for his group after a horrible beginning and reinforced the side to put on a praiseworthy completion after the challenge was decreased to nine overs for each side.
Batting first, Zimbabwe experienced an exciting assault the South African speed assault which stopped them at 19/4 in the fourth finish.
Following the rut, Madhevere and Milton Shumba sewed a fearless fifth-wicket organization and added 60 runs in only 32 conveyances.
Shumba who played the mooring job with a 20-ball 18 fell on the last conveyance of the innings to Anrich Nortje.
Madhevere, then again, top-scored for Zimbabwe with an unbeaten 35 off only 18 balls with the assistance of four limits and a six.
Lungi Ngidi drove the South African bowling assault with two wickets while Wayne Parnell and Nortje struck out a hitter each.
Playing XI ZIM Vs SA
South Africa (Playing XI): Quinton de Kock(w), Temba Bavuma(c), Rilee Rossouw, Aiden Markram, David Mill operator, Tristan Stubbs, Wayne Parnell, Keshav Maharaj, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Lungi Ngidi
Zimbabwe (Playing XI): Regis Chakabva(w), Craig Ervine(c), Wesley Madhevere, Sean Williams, Sikandar Raza, Milton Shumba, Ryan Burl, Luke Jongwe, Tendai Chatara, Richard Ngarava, Gift Muzarabani