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The disappointment of not fighting the Proteas

The target is big, and it can not be said that it is impossible for South Africa to do it. There is also an example of winning records. They could not stand in front of England in the inaugural match of the World Cup. They have a fly in the bat.

England first innings 311 runs In reply, Proteas's innings stopped at only 207 runs. So a huge margin of 104 runs.

The team's captain Faf du Plessis blamed the Batman for this rate, saying, "What was really big to be talked about could have been raised. Failure to develop some good partnerships was not possible. So lost in this match. Hopefully we can turn around in the next match. "

South Africa will face Bangladesh in the next match. The match will be held on June 2. Seeing how the two teams are fighting in this match.

Meanwhile, England batted first with 311 runs for eight wickets in the match. In the match at the Oval, England lost the opening opener Jonny Bairstow to the second in the first over of the day. Spinner Imran returned him out. In this push, the hosts finally end up making big contributions.

Ben Stokes, playing in the middle order, played a major role in making England a bigger one. He scored 89 runs of 79 balls. Besides, Jason Rai (54), Root (51) and Morgan (57) played a lot of innings.

Imran Tahir (61) and Rasad (two for 66) took two wickets each. And Lungi got three wickets for 66 runs.

In response, the Protea batsmen could not afford to make a mark. Their highest collection is Quinton de Coke. He scored 54 off 74 balls. There are six four and two sixes. And second runner-up Van der Dusen He made 50 runs in 61 balls. Among others were coming.

Zafarah was helpless in front of the pace of the pace, the Proteas batsmen He took three wickets for 27 runs. And Liam Plunkett and Ben Stokes got two wickets each. Ben Stokes is the man of the match when he plays a great batsman.

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