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Temba Bavuma (South Africa Captain): (At the 10-over mark) The discussion was to try and up the intent. When you do that, that's when opportunities come your way. Fortunately things did go our way and we were able to get that momentum. Our batting line-up is in good form barring myself. It's a batting unit that's been together for a while. To come through in pressure moments will boost the guys' confidence. We watched the games that were being played here and decided on the lengths. The variable bounce assisted us. We backed our execution, fortunately it came off for us. We don't like that tag (favourites), we've come into the tournament as not the favourites. We'll keep flying under the radar. It's important we keep improving and that's exactly what we are doing.
Rohit Sharma (India Captain): We expected that the pitch will have something in it. We knew that there'll be a lot of help for the seamers, that's why it wasn't an easy target to chase. We fell a little short with the bat. We fought well, but South Africa were better today. When you see that score, you'll always think you're in the game. That was a match-winning partnership from Markram and Miller. We were a little poor on the field, we gave so many chances in the field and we weren't clinical. We were just not good enough. The last two games, we were pretty good in the field. We couldn't hold our chances, we missed a few run-outs. We need to keep our heads high and take a learning from this game.
Lungi Ngidi - Player of the Match: It was pretty nerve wrecking when games get down that close, as a bowler you can't do much and just have to believe in the boys. This is one of my biggest dreams, to get something like this (award) at the World Cup and help the country win a game, will cherish it for a long time. It comes with watching a lot of games being played here, fortunately I have played here as well and had that information (on how to bowl). We saw Pakistan bowl earlier and pretty much had to do the same thing. After the 10-over break, Markram moved the game forward and David followed him. That partnership brought us close and then David finished it off.
South Africa move to the TOP of the table in Group 2 with this victory while India slip down to 2nd spot. Check out the Full Table here.
Miller connects with a superb cut on the 1st delivery for FOUR. Shami however responds superbly with back-to-back dots. Miller can only chop out the 4th ball for a single. Parnell guides the 5th ball to third man for a run. Shami then finishes excellently with another dot delivery. 6 off the over and 6 needed from the final over now.
South Africa 128/5 after 19 overs.