A ‘no ball’ changed the whole match. Yes, a ‘no ball.’
Team India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal can’t believe that his ‘no ball’ makes a big difference in the result of the fourth one-day,
South Africa kept their hopes alive of levelling the six-match ODI series against India; winning the fourth game by 5 wickets (DLS method). In a rain-truncated match at Johannesburg, hosts needed 202 from 28 overs, when David Miller and Heinrich Klaasen stepped up their game. The pair swatted India’s spin duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal to nothingness during their 72-run stand. With this win, South Africa keep their unbeaten record intact in Pink ODIs.
Earlier, Shikhar Dhawan marked his 100th One-Day International (ODI) with a brilliant 109.
Dhawan, who hit his 13th century, shared a 158-run second-wicket stand with captain Virat Kohli (75) as a ruthless India showed strong intent to clinch the six-match series.
Yuzvendra Chahal Bowled Miller on a No-Ball:
Miller was bowled by Chahal, but off a no-ball. It was then that Miller, who took charge of the chase and slammed Pandya for three consecutive boundaries in his fifth over.
The pair of Miller and Heinrich Klaasen came down heavy on Chahal and Kuldeep in back-to-back overs to bring up their 50 runs stand in 30-balls. With the home side needing 28 off 28, Chahal struck gold getting rid of Miller for 29.
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