ICC Prediction: 1st ODI Jason Roy 113 was fruitless as South Africa fought back to beat England

England failed to get off to a dominant start and South Africa made a memorable comeback on Friday to win their first ever 27-run-a-day international competition.

Jason Roy made 113 for England and an opening of 118 to 146 with Dawid Maran (59) looked to put the visitors in for an easy win chasing 299.

However, England went 146-0 to 271 all out in 20 overs as the fast South African bowlers won the match at Bloemfontein.

Anrich Nolce beat South Africa 4-62, Sisanda Magala 3-46 and Kagiso Labada 2-46.

England lost Malang, Benduckett (3) and debutant Harry Brooke (0) for his six runs in his three overs, with Magala taking his two wickets in his first ODI in a year. Earned and therefore stalled first. England were still in a strong position until Norce forced skipper Jos Butler. Jos Butler was forced from behind at the start of a furious closing stage to take three wickets and end England’s hopes.

Butler’s departure on 36 made England 234–6 with Sam Curran the only batsman left.

He tried to take England home in a number of overs, but on the final ball of his 10th over for Labada, wicketkeeper Quinton de decisively bounced an edge behind his cock and the swing really did go. was shaking.

Nortje rehearsed and he missed Jofra Archer, duck and leg spinner Tabraiz Shamsi caught his Olly Stone and bowled for the win, but Shamsi juggled and nearly dropped the catch. rice field. He held on tight and sprinted to celebrate. England had almost six overs left when Stone was the last player.

South Africa won 1-0 in a three-game series postponed to late 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the team waiting more than two years to finally play.

Archer is back in the England team for the first time in almost two years after suffering elbow and back injuries.The fast bowler came back 1-81 when South Africa batted first. Leading bowling 3-35.

Rassie van der Dussen hit his 111th for South Africa and David Miller hit his 53rd, but his 298-7 for the Proteas was a disappointing result for his solid at-bat for Manganese. was not considered. Roy and Maran got off to a great start for England, with South African-born Roy hitting 11 4s and 4 6s against top teams in his first ODI century since 2019.

England still dominated when Roy slammed a pull shot straight into Wayne Parnell on the border from Labada.

Nortje’s pace and aggression, aided by Magala and Rabada, sparked a comeback.

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