2017 ICC Champions Trophy: India VS. South Africa 11th Match Highlights

The 2017 ICC Champions Trophy is finally approaching towards its end. The final 4 have been decided, while rest of the teams said goodbye this time. When team India defeated South Africa in the 11th match of the tournament, it was clear that the team will be advancing to the semi-finals. The match was played on 11th June, Sunday at the Oval, London starting at 09:30 AM as per GMT. Team India wowed everyone with the kind of game it played. Defeating the world no.1 team was not easy but for team India, victory came very effortless and trouble-free. The team crushed all the hopes of team South Africa and made its way to the semi-finals. The team is looking forward to facing team Bangladesh in the 2nd semi-final match of the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy. Let’s find out what exactly happened in the 11th match of the tournament. 2017 ICC Champions Trophy: India VS. South Africa 11th Match Highlights

The Crowning Moments of the Match

Rain has been the biggest enemy of all the teams in this season of the ICC Champions Trophy. Same happened in this match as the game was reduced to 44.3 overs. The toss was won by team India which decided to bowl. Henceforth, team South Africa came to bat first. The team failed very badly as only Quinton de Kock scored above 50 making 53 runs off 72 balls in the match. Every single batsman performed poor and the team amassed only 191 runs, all out.

2017 ICC Champions Trophy: India VS. South Africa 11th Match Highlights

The target was very low for team India. Rohit Sharma made only 12 runs and went back to pavilion. Shikhar Dhawan played well scoring 78 runs off 83 balls. Then Virat Kohli came to bat who proved he could do anything by making 76 runs off 101 balls. Therefore, team India won the match by 8 wickets chasing the target in 38 overs only.

The Star Player of the Match

Speaking of the star players of the match, Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli did very well in the match. But it was Jasprit Bumrah who was given the title of the Player of the Match as he took 2 wickets at an economy rate of 3.50.

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