South Africa Beats India by 48 runs

South Africa Beats India by 48 runs

Port Elizabeth : South Africa | Jan 21, 2011 at 1:04 PM PST
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South Africa won by an innings and 74 runs

Today, 4th one day international cricket match was being played between South Africa and India at Port Elizabeth.In this match South Africa played first and scored 265 runs at a loss of 7 wickets in 50 overs.On the other hand, India scored 142 runs at a loss of 6 wickets in 32.5 overs.Then match became delayed due to rain and after that the right of victory was given to South Africa by 48 runs.

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South Africa Beats India by 48 runs
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