India vs South Africa 3rd ODI, the Lowest total of South Africa against India: In the third ODI between India and South Africa, the South African team faced their most embarrassing ODI performance against India. India bundled out South Africa for 99 runs and made a 99 All-Out RECORD.
South Africa’s lowest ODI total against India, IND vs SA 3rd ODI: In the third and deciding ODI match played between India and South Africa in Delhi, Team India worked to completely destroy the South African batting order. India won the toss and decided to bowl first and their decision proved to be correct. The only difference was that the fast bowlers were expected, but the spinners did wonders here and did not allow the South African team to score even 100 runs.
Coming to bat first, the South African team got the first blow in the form of Quinton de Kock (6) who was caught by Siraj in the third over. After this, the series of piles of the South African team continued. In the middle, Heinrich Klaasen tried to stay for some time by playing an innings of 34 runs but the rest of the batsmen did not support him.
With this, all the wickets of South Africa fell within 99 runs. Only three batsmen could cross the double-figure mark from his side and thus the South African team made an embarrassing record by registering their lowest ODI score against India. Let us know what are the top-3 lowest scores of South Africa against India before this. India Made New 99 All-Out Record
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D.Africa 99 all out against India – 2022 (Delhi)
2. Africa 117 all out against India – 1999 (Nairobi, Kenya)
3. D.Africa 118 all out against India – 2018 (Centurion, D.Africa)
Apart from this, the Indian cricket team has once all-out South Africa for 154 runs in Dhaka and 177 runs while playing ODIs in Melbourne. South Africa’s lowest score in Day International cricket is 69, which was made against Australia in Sydney in 1993.
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