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India vs South Africa: Our job is to come here and give the fist punch to India, says Vernon Philander

Vernon Philander starred with both bat and ball, scoring a 49-ball 48 and then picking up 2/27, which included the prized wicket of Rohit Sharma, in the Practice Test.
File photo of Vernon Philander.(AP)
File photo of Vernon Philander.(AP)
Updated on Sep 29, 2019 04:37 PM IST
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Visakhapatnam | ByIndo-Asian News Service

India vs South Africa: Rohit Sharma and India’s opening puzzle

Rohit Sharma’s challenge will be to adapt his successful technique in limited-overs as a Test opener
Rohit Sharma has played 27 Tests but mostly as a middle-order batsman(PTI)
Rohit Sharma has played 27 Tests but mostly as a middle-order batsman(PTI)
Updated on Sep 29, 2019 11:26 AM IST
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India Board President’s XI vs South Africa: Rohit Sharma bags a duck, Panchal, Bharat shine in drawn game

Seamer Philander got his delivery to move a shade and Rohit edged one to substitute keeper Heirich Klaasen, who kept wickets instead of Quinton de Kock.
Rohit Sharma bagged a duck(Getty Images)
Rohit Sharma bagged a duck(Getty Images)
Updated on Sep 29, 2019 08:44 AM IST
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Vizianagaram | ByPTI

Board President XI vs South Africa: Rohit Sharma out for duck in first match as red-ball opener in practice match

BP XI vs South Africa: Rohit Sharma, who walked out to open the batting with Mayank Agarwal – this will be India’s opening pair in the first Test at Visakhapatnam on October 2 – was removed by Vernon Philander in the second over of Board President’s XI innings.
Rohit Sharma walks back after being dismissed(Twitter)
Rohit Sharma walks back after being dismissed(Twitter)
Updated on Sep 28, 2019 01:53 PM IST
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‘Not medically ready’ - Cricket South Africa offer clarification on Dale Steyn’s exclusion from T20I squad for India tour

The fast-bowler had hit out at the selectors for not considering him for the tour even though he had made himself available for the tour.
File image of Dale Steyn(REUTERS)
File image of Dale Steyn(REUTERS)
Updated on Aug 14, 2019 05:49 PM IST
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South Africa vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test Day 1 in Port Elizabeth: Proteas struggle before late fight back - highlights

Catch all the action of the first day of the second Test between South Africa and Sri Lanka.
South Africa vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test Day 1 in Port Elizabeth: Live cricket score and updates(AFP)
South Africa vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test Day 1 in Port Elizabeth: Live cricket score and updates(AFP)
Updated on Feb 21, 2019 11:35 PM IST
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South Africa vs Sri Lanka: Vernon Philander ruled out of second Test

South Africa coach Ottis Gibson said that Philander is expected to be out of action for 10 to 12 days.
File image of South Africa cricketer Vernon Philander.(AP)
File image of South Africa cricketer Vernon Philander.(AP)
Updated on Feb 20, 2019 11:31 AM IST
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Dubai | ByANI

South Africa vs Sri Lanka: Vernon Philander ruled out of second Test

Gibson defended South Africa’s tactics during a world record last wicket winning stand of 78 between Kusal Perera, who made 153 not out, and number 11, Vishwa Fernando.
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File picture of Vernon Philander(AP)
Published on Feb 19, 2019 09:33 PM IST
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Port Elizabeth | ByAFP

South Africa vs Sri Lanka: Hosts on course to win 1st Test

Set a target of 304 to win, Sri Lanka were 83 for three when bad light brought a premature end to proceedings, with Oshada Fernando (28 not out) and Kusal Perera (12 not out) to resume the victory hunt on the fourth morning
South Africa's Keshav Maharaj (L) bowls during the 3rd day of the first Test.(AFP)
South Africa's Keshav Maharaj (L) bowls during the 3rd day of the first Test.(AFP)
Updated on Feb 15, 2019 09:58 PM IST
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Durban | ByReuters

South Africa vs Sri Lanka: Hostile Dale Steyn grabs advantage for South Africa

Steyn took four for 48 as South Africa took a first innings lead of 44. They stretched their lead to 170 by reaching 126 for four at the close.
South Africa's Dale Steyn (L), Aiden Markram and Zubayr Hamza (R) celebrate the wicket of Sri Lanka's Kusal Perera during day 2 of the first test match between South Africa and Sri Lanka held at the Kingsmead Stadium in Durban on February 14, 2019(AFP)
South Africa's Dale Steyn (L), Aiden Markram and Zubayr Hamza (R) celebrate the wicket of Sri Lanka's Kusal Perera during day 2 of the first test match between South Africa and Sri Lanka held at the Kingsmead Stadium in Durban on February 14, 2019(AFP)
Published on Feb 14, 2019 09:49 PM IST
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Durban | ByAFP

3rd Test: South Africa thrash Pakistan by 107 runs, seal series sweep

Starting the day on 153 for three, Pakistan lost their remaining seven wickets for 120 runs to be bowled out for 273.
Pakistan's batsman Sarfraz Ahmed, second right, bowled out for 0 by South Africa's bowler Duanne Olivier, right, on day four of the third cricket test match between South Africa and Pakistan at Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.(AP)
Pakistan's batsman Sarfraz Ahmed, second right, bowled out for 0 by South Africa's bowler Duanne Olivier, right, on day four of the third cricket test match between South Africa and Pakistan at Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.(AP)
Updated on Jan 14, 2019 04:26 PM IST
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Johannesburg | ByAFP

3rd Test: Pakistan bowlers fight back after Duanne Olivier show on Day 2

The hosts were unable to forge a position of dominance, struggling to 135 for five at the close, an overall lead of 212.
South Africa's batsman Dean Elgar, front, reacts as Pakistan players celebrates his wicket during day two of the third cricket test match between South Africa and Pakistan.(AP)
South Africa's batsman Dean Elgar, front, reacts as Pakistan players celebrates his wicket during day two of the third cricket test match between South Africa and Pakistan.(AP)
Published on Jan 12, 2019 09:32 PM IST
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Johannesburg | ByAFP

Pakistan fightback inspired by tea time chat, says Amir

Amir and new ball partner Mohammad Abbas bowled superbly in the first nine overs after tea, gaining reverse swing and seldom bowling a loose delivery.
Pakistan's bowler Mohammad Amir (2nd R) celebrates the dismissal of South Africa's batsman Zubayr Hamza (unseen) during the first day of the third Cricket Test match between South Africa and Pakistan at Wanderers cricket stadium in Johannesburg on January 11, 2019(AFP)
Pakistan's bowler Mohammad Amir (2nd R) celebrates the dismissal of South Africa's batsman Zubayr Hamza (unseen) during the first day of the third Cricket Test match between South Africa and Pakistan at Wanderers cricket stadium in Johannesburg on January 11, 2019(AFP)
Published on Jan 12, 2019 08:26 AM IST
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Johannesburg | ByAFP

3rd Test: Pakistan bowlers fight back to defy South Africa on opening day

From being in control on 226 for three at tea, South Africa were bowled out for 262 at the Wanderers Stadium.
Pakistan's bowler Shadab Khan, left, celebrates with his captain Pakistan's wicket keeper Sarfraz Ahmed after the wicket of South Africa's batsman Hashim Amla on day one of the third cricket Test match(AP)
Pakistan's bowler Shadab Khan, left, celebrates with his captain Pakistan's wicket keeper Sarfraz Ahmed after the wicket of South Africa's batsman Hashim Amla on day one of the third cricket Test match(AP)
Updated on Jan 11, 2019 09:59 PM IST
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Johannesburg | ByAFP

South Africa vs Pakistan: Faf du Plessis’ century puts South Africa in commanding position

Faf du Plessis failed to score in either innings in the first Test in Pretoria last week, but made 103 in a 226-ball knock as South Africa piled up 382 for six in reply to Pakistan’s 177 all out on the opening day.
File image of Faf du Plessis.(REUTERS)
File image of Faf du Plessis.(REUTERS)
Updated on Jan 04, 2019 10:28 PM IST
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Cape Town | ByReuters

South Africa vs Pakistan: Dale Steyn lauds ‘phenomenal’ SA bowling attack

South Africa’s all-time leading wicket-taker took three for 48 but was again overshadowed by Duanne Olivier as Pakistan were bowled out for 177.
South Africa's Dale Steyn celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas with team mates REUTERS/Mike Hutchings(REUTERS)
South Africa's Dale Steyn celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas with team mates REUTERS/Mike Hutchings(REUTERS)
Published on Jan 03, 2019 11:30 PM IST
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Cape Town | ByAFP

South Africa vs Pakistan, 2nd Test Day 1 Highlights: As It Happened

South Africa vs Pakistan, 2nd Test, Day 1: Catch all the highlights from the 2nd Test between South Africa and Pakistan from Cape Town.
South Africa vs Pakistan: Live score and updates(AFP)
South Africa vs Pakistan: Live score and updates(AFP)
Updated on Jan 03, 2019 10:18 PM IST
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South Africa vs Pakistan: Both Vernon Philander, Duanne Olivier in second Test squad

Duanne Olivier recorded career-best figures of 11-96 as South Africa won the first Test against Pakistan by six wickets in Pretoria
South Africa's Duanne Olivier celebrates a dismissal against Pakistan in the first Test.(REUTERS)
South Africa's Duanne Olivier celebrates a dismissal against Pakistan in the first Test.(REUTERS)
Published on Jan 02, 2019 07:41 PM IST
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Cape Town | ByReuters

South Africa to chase 149 after Duanne Olivier’s 11-wicket haul against Pakistan

Olivier finished with 5-59 to go with his first innings figures of 6-37 as Pakistan set South Africa a victory target of 149.
Duanne Olivier celebrates bowling out Azhar Ali with his teammates.(Reuters)
Duanne Olivier celebrates bowling out Azhar Ali with his teammates.(Reuters)
Updated on Dec 27, 2018 11:40 PM IST
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Pretoria | ByReuters

South Africa vs Pakistan: Dale Steyn has PAK in his sights as he guns for long-awaited record

Steyn is level with former all-rounder Pollock on 421 Test wickets and, having played only six tests in the last three years due to injury, has been left tantalisingly close to capturing the outright top spot.
File image if South Africa fast bowler Dale Steyn.(REUTERS)
File image if South Africa fast bowler Dale Steyn.(REUTERS)
Updated on Dec 23, 2018 08:33 PM IST
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Pretoria | ByReuters

Imam, Haris steer Pakistan to victory in warm-up clash against South African Invitation XI

Set to make 195 in approximately 50 overs, the tourists cruised home in 40.2 overs to complete a satisfactory workout in their only warm-up match ahead of the first Test at Centurion
File image of Pakistan cricketer Imam-Ul-Haq in action during a Test.(AP)
File image of Pakistan cricketer Imam-Ul-Haq in action during a Test.(AP)
Updated on Dec 21, 2018 10:12 PM IST
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Benoni | ByAFP

Rangana Herath issues warning for South Africa ahead of Colombo Test

Sri Lanka are chasing their first Test series win against the Proteas since 2006 and need just a draw to clinch the honours against the world’s second ranked Test side.
Sri Lanka cricketer Rangana Herath takes part in a training session at the Sinhalese Sports Club (SSC) cricket stadium in Colombo.(AFP)
Sri Lanka cricketer Rangana Herath takes part in a training session at the Sinhalese Sports Club (SSC) cricket stadium in Colombo.(AFP)
Updated on Jul 19, 2018 11:00 PM IST
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Colombo | ByPress Trust of India

Dilruwan Perera takes six as Sri Lanka demolish South Africa in 1st Test

Off-spinner Dilruwan Perera took six for 32, and veteran left-arm spinner Rangana Herath claimed three for 32, as the pair bowled in an unbroken partnership for 28 overs, after Sri Lanka set South Africa a target of 352 for victory. The Proteas were dismissed for 73
Sri Lanka's Dilruwan Perera, center, is congratulated by his team members after they defeated South Africa in Galle on Saturday.(AP)
Sri Lanka's Dilruwan Perera, center, is congratulated by his team members after they defeated South Africa in Galle on Saturday.(AP)
Updated on Jul 14, 2018 04:20 PM IST
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AFP, Galle | ByAgence France-Presse

South Africa skittled for worst Test innings in Sri Lanka

South Africa were bowled out for 126 in response to Sri Lanka’s first innings score of 287 on Day 2 of the first Test in Galle.
Sri Lanka players celebrate after dismissing South Africa for 126 during the second day of the opening Test at the Galle International Cricket Stadium on Friday.(AFP)
Sri Lanka players celebrate after dismissing South Africa for 126 during the second day of the opening Test at the Galle International Cricket Stadium on Friday.(AFP)
Updated on Jul 13, 2018 04:45 PM IST
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Galle | ByAgence France-Presse

South Africa’s Dale Steyn hopes to find place in starting XI for Sri Lanka Tests

South Africa’s formidable pace attack means Dale Steyn will have to fight his way back into the Test XI. The Proteas face Sri Lanka in a two-match Test series, starting next month.
South Africa’s Dale Steyn has taken 419 wickets in 86 Tests.(Reuters)
South Africa’s Dale Steyn has taken 419 wickets in 86 Tests.(Reuters)
Published on Jun 20, 2018 01:46 PM IST
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Vernon Philander bowls South Africa to record win against Australia

Vernon Philander’s six-wicket haul ensured Australia were bowled out for a paltry 119 in their second innings to succumb to their heaviest ever loss to South Africa in terms of runs, their second biggest defeat against any opponent and the fourth biggest loss in Test cricket.
South African bowler Vernon Philander (R) celebrates the dismissal of Pat Cummins (2R) on the fourth day of the fifth Test cricket match between South Africa and Australia won by South Africa at Wanderers cricket ground on April 3, 2018 in Johannesburg.(AFP)
South African bowler Vernon Philander (R) celebrates the dismissal of Pat Cummins (2R) on the fourth day of the fifth Test cricket match between South Africa and Australia won by South Africa at Wanderers cricket ground on April 3, 2018 in Johannesburg.(AFP)
Updated on Apr 03, 2018 04:55 PM IST
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Morne Morkel keeps South Africa on course for big win over wilting Australia

Having set Australia a massive 612 for a win that would level the series, South Africa removed the tourists’ top three batsmen, despite injury concerns over their pace trio which delayed South Africa’s declaration until the tea interval
South African bowler Morne Morkel (C) celebrates the dismissal of Australian batsman Joe Burns (not in picture) on the fourth day of the fourth Test at Wanderers cricket ground on Monday.(AFP)
South African bowler Morne Morkel (C) celebrates the dismissal of Australian batsman Joe Burns (not in picture) on the fourth day of the fourth Test at Wanderers cricket ground on Monday.(AFP)
Updated on Apr 02, 2018 10:26 PM IST
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South Africa vs Australia, 4th Test, Day 3, Johannesburg, full cricket score: SA 134/3, lead by 401

Get full cricket score of South Africa vs Australia, 4th Test, day 3 from Johannesburg here. South Africa are well on top after they extended their lead past 400 runs following Australia’s 221 on the third day of the fourth and final Test in Johannesburg.
South Africa are on top in the Johannesburg Test against Australia as they aim to clinch the series. Get full cricket score of South Africa vs Australia, 4th Test, day 3 from Johannesburg here(REUTERS)
South Africa are on top in the Johannesburg Test against Australia as they aim to clinch the series. Get full cricket score of South Africa vs Australia, 4th Test, day 3 from Johannesburg here(REUTERS)
Updated on Apr 01, 2018 09:20 PM IST
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Australia new boys flop as South Africa turn screw in Johannesburg Test

South Africa moved closer to a series win as Australia slumped to 110 for six at the end of the second day in reply to the imposing first-innings total of 488 made by the hosts
Australia's Shaun Marsh walks off dejected after losing his wicket to the bowling of South Africa's Keshav Maharaj.(REUTERS)
Australia's Shaun Marsh walks off dejected after losing his wicket to the bowling of South Africa's Keshav Maharaj.(REUTERS)
Updated on Mar 31, 2018 11:37 PM IST
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Agence France-Presse, Johannesburg | ByAgence France-Presse

Steve Smith, David Warner’s Australia replacements score just 12 runs vs South Africa

Joe Burns, Matt Renshaw and Peter Handscomb, replacements of Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft scored just 12 runs in total for Australia in the fourth Test vs South Africa.
Cricket Australia confirmed one year bans for Steve Smith and David Warner following revelations concerning ball tampering.(AFP)
Cricket Australia confirmed one year bans for Steve Smith and David Warner following revelations concerning ball tampering.(AFP)
Updated on Mar 31, 2018 08:30 PM IST
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Agence France-Presse, Johannesburg | ByAgence France-Presse
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