World Cup 2011: Amla hits fifty to lead South African run-chase

World Cup 2011: Amla hits fifty to lead South African run-chase

Nāgpur : India | Mar 12, 2011 at 7:14 AM PST
Source: Times of India
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Hashim Amla and Jacques Kallis put on fifty-run partnership for the second wicket to lead South African run-chase against India in their World Cup clash at the VCA stadium in Nagpur on Saturday. Scorecard In Pics: Colourful fans in Orange city In Pics: Tendulkar slams 48th ODI ton Pace spearhead... FULL ARTICLE AT Times of India
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Jacques Kallis (left) and Hashim Amla run between wickets
Jacques Kallis (left) and Hashim Amla run between wickets
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