SOUTHAMPTON: India compelled South Africa to surrender on 227 runs losing Nine wickets in the eight match of the world cup played at Southampton.
India’s spinners plunged South Africa deeper into trouble in their World Cup match in Southampton on Wednesday, backing up paceman Jasprit Bumrah, who did the early damage.
Leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal struck twice in one over, grabbing the prized scalp of skipper Faf du Plessis for 38 to leave the Proteas in desperate trouble.
Chahal bowled Rassie van der Dussen for 22 with the first ball of his second over to end a 54-run third-wicket partnership for South Africa.
The wrist spinner then bowled Du Plessis to send a crowd dominated by Indian fans wild.