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South Africa Secure Series Win in One Day Internationals, Beat India by 7 Wickets at Boland Park
- South Africa won the 2nd one day international against India at Boland Park and won the series as a result
- South Africa beat India by7 wickets thanks to a stunning knocks by Quinton de Kock and Janneman Malan
- South Africa and India will compete in the final one day international with the series already decided
South Africa stormed to a series victory against India in the one day internationals, winning the second game by seven wickets.
The Proteas chased down India's 288 with 11 balls to spare to win the match and claim the series with one match to go.
Quinton de Kock and Janneman Malan got the Proteas off to a perfect start as the pair put on a 132 run partnership for the opening wicket, CricInfo reported.
Quinton de Kock was dismissed for 78 while Malan was later dismissed for 91, Sport24 confirmed. Temba Bavuma, Rassie van der Dussen and Aiden Markram all chipped in as well to see South Africa over the line.
De Kock was also named as man of the match as some brilliant stumping dismissals earlier in the day helped get rid of key Indian batsmen.
South Africans took to social media to praise the Proteas for another brilliant performance.
"Hooray! We have beaten India and won the ODI series! Congratulations to the boys, this is India not just any team, the cricket power house in the world had been well humbled and beaten hands down! Viva the Proteas Viva!"
"Congratulations SA. Well played. Good to see SA team finding their best. Good for international cricket to be more competitive."
"Thought 288 would be too much, happy to eat my words. Well played , and welcome back Quinny and Aiden. Stellar knock by Janneman. Fielding and bowling though left much to be desired."
Mark Boucher to face the music for alleged racism, timing of CSA charges split Mzansi
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By the time you read this, South Africa will either have pulled off a monumental Test and One Day International series double win over India, or lost to the visitors. Amid this excitement, Mark Boucher will be shifting in his chair uncomfortable at Boland Park in Paarl, Sports Brief reported.
As reported in News24, the Proteas head coach was charged by Cricket South Africa for gross misconduct amid startling revelations and allegations made at the Social Justice Network hearings.
According to ESPN Cricinfo, the charge pertains to his handling of the BLM campaign, his management of former assistant coach Nkwe, and his treatment of then team-mate Adams. South Africans were split about the timing of the charges, with the Proteas on the verge of history against a formidable Indian team.