ENG vs SA: Jason Roy’s century did not work, unknown African bowler pulled out England


England’s Jason Roy and David Malan’s partnership went in vain
England lost by 27 runs in first ODI against South Africa

New Delhi: The first ODI match of the ODI series was played between South Africa and England (SA vs ENG) on 27 January. South African captain Temba Bavuma won the toss and decided to bat first and set a target of 298 runs. The England team was all out for 271 runs. In this way, he had to face defeat by 27 runs in the first ODI.

Talking about South Africa’s innings, Quinton de Kock and Temba Bavuma could not score much runs. He was dismissed after scoring 37 and 36 respectively. At the same time, Van der Dussen, who came out to bat at number three, scored a century. He faced 117 balls and scored 111 runs with the help of 6 fours and 1 six. The same dashing batsman David Miller also played a half-century innings. England’s veteran all-rounder Sam Karen took three wickets for South Africa.

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Jason Roy’s century in vain
Jason Roy came out to open for England and scored a century. He scored 113 runs in 91 balls with the help of 11 fours and 4 sixes. David Malan, who came out to bat with him, also scored an excellent 59 runs.

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At the same time, Ben Duckett (3) and Harry Brooke (0) were run out. Captain Jos Buttler could score only 36 runs. Apart from this, no player of England could play a big innings. South African fast bowler Sisanda Magala took 3 important wickets of England. He was chosen as ‘Man of the Match’.

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