South Africa team compete in the 2022 t20 world cup
The Netherlands quite possibly pulled off the biggest bombshell in ICC Men’s T20 World Cup history and sent South Africa out of the semi-final contention of the competition with an incredible triumph 13 innings against Proteas in Adelaide on Sunday.
South Africa exit the tournament
There were legends all around for the Netherlands, as they effectively kept their good tally of 158/4 by limiting the Proteas to just 145/8 in response.
Inexperienced tailor Brandon Glover (3/9) was magnificent with the ball, while 37-year-old veteran Roelof van der Merwe drew a contender for the competition hold to excuse perilous operator David Mill.
Bas de Leede (2/25) also played well and was the all-rounder who was torn with the end of the final, with South Africa unable to score the expected 26 from the last six races to secure the triumph.
Questions encompass Proteas strategies
If South Africa, however, made it through that semi-final game and the three-step dance to the semi-finals, they were badly mixed up as the Netherlands took them straight to their most valued rival all during.
Keshav Maharaj (2/27) and Anrich Nortje (1/10) were in good contact with the ball, however, a few late shots from Colin Ackermann (41 from just 26 carries) gave the Proteas a good shot to try and chase. .
What’s more, that total has manifested itself excessively, with no South African player willing to go past 25 in a response as the Netherlands pulled off perhaps the biggest upset in the history of the T20 World Cup.
Get a captivating show in Adelaide
We’ve already made reference to the crier van der Merwe in the South African chase, but there was also a superb catch in the group during the Dutch rounds.
Ackermann sent two into the stands to push the Netherlands past 150 in the final of their innings and he was a ground worker who showed excellent balance to fire a fantastic one-hander. to catch.
What does it all entail?
The triumph of the Netherlands makes things much closer in Gathering 2, with Pakistan and Bangladesh currently battling for a semi-final compartment, with the winner of their clash later today in Adelaide set to move past South Africa. South and into a main fight. two billets.
India will also be buoyed by the heroism of the Netherlands as Rohit Sharma’s side are thus through to the last four thanks to the steaming triumph.