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Wellington : New Zealand | 2 years ago  
South Africa 136 for 2 (Amla 63, Petersen 44*, Duminy 23*) v New Zealand WELLINGTON: South Africa’s batsmen made a mockery of supposedly helpful bowling conditions to finish...
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