World Cup 2023: RSA vs BAN- South Africa Won by 149 Runs Highlights, Scores

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: 23rd Match, On Tuesday, October 24, in Mumbai, South Africa easily defeated Bangladesh by 149 runs, once again because to their formidable batting arsenal. Highlights of South Africa’s batting display, which saw them produce an imposing total, including Quinton de Kock’s third World Cup century, Heinrich Klaasen’s brilliant fifties, and stand-in captain Aiden Markram’s fifty runs. Similar to the England-South Africa encounter, Bangladesh never really got going in the chase, and the game was almost gone long before it was declared to be finished.
Their pacers once again shook the opposition under the lights at the Wankhede, effectively finishing the match at half-time with Bangladesh at 42/4 in the twelfth over. Despite a significant reduction in the margin of defeat thanks to senior player Mahmudullah’s century, Bangladesh suffered one of their worst World Cup losses. The speedsters from South Africa proved to be too much for Bangladesh’s top order, who had recently showed signs of weakness against the new ball. Due to the size of the goal, a massive first PowerPlay was required, but instead, Bangladesh was barely surviving as wickets were falling often.
As wickets continued to fall like nine pins, veterans Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim were unable to stop the loss of wickets. When South Africa reached 81/6, it was only a question of how many runs they would win, and Mahmudullah did a good job managing the tail to cut the margin, even if it didn’t help Bangladesh’s cause much. The middle order hitter took a while to get going, but once he did, he was able to hit the ball consistently all over the field. The only mark on his record came long above the fifty mark, when Lizaad Williams skied off against Marco Jansen.

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Mahmudullah added another World Cup century to his record with the finish providing solid support. It was Bangladesh’s only positive point in yet another dark match. Reeza Hendricks and Rassie van der Dussen had given them early wickets to start the afternoon off well, but South Africa’s batting lineup was in such good form that they only needed one partnership to get back into the swing of things. That came from de Kock, who led the team’s effort on another batting-friendly Wankhede surface by scoring the second-highest World Cup score by a South African batsman. His 131-run partnership with Markram laid the groundwork for the strong finishers to contribute.

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Markram was knocked out, everything was set up for Klaasen. If anybody believed that Klaasen’s hunger had been fulfilled by his spectacular knockout of England at the same stadium, they were greatly mistaken, as the 32-year-old maintained his standing as one of the most terrifying finishers in the game. It was sad that he was not able to make it to consecutive World Cup tons, since none of the Bangladeshi bowlers were spared.

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South Africa’s late-innings bashing saw them total 144 off the final 10 overs, a carnage comparable to what they hand out to England the previous game. Following the intense slog overs by de Kock and Klaasen, David Miller made a useful cameo to put the score realistically over Bangladesh’s capabilities. Shakib’s men had to perform a miracle in order to even attempt to turn the situation into a game, but their first order failure meant that all that remained to be done was delay the inevitable.

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scores: Bangladesh scored 233 in 46.4 overs (Mahmudullah 111; Gerald Coetzee 3-62, Marco Jansen 2-39, Kagiso Raba da 2-42) were defeated by South Africa 382/5 in 50 overs (Quinton de Kock 174, Heinrich Klaasen 90, Aiden Markram 60; Hasan Mahmud 2-67) by 149 runs.

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