ANI Photo | Ind vs SA, 3rd ODI: Kuldeep’s four-fer helps hosts bundle out Proteas for 99

New Delhi [India], October 11 (ANI): Indian bowlers justified the decision of their captain Shikhar Dhawan as they bundled out South Africa in the third and final ODI here at the Arun Jaitley Stadium of the three-match ODI series for just 99.
Opting to bowl first after winning the toss Shikhar Dhawan started the proceedings with off-spinner Washington Sundar and he justified the decision by getting the prized scalp of wicket-keeper batter Quinton de Kock for 6 as Proteas lost their first wicket for 7.
The other opener Janneman Malan too did not last long as pacer Mohammed Siraj dismissed him for 15 and India lost their second wicket with only 25 runs on the board.
Siraj struck for the second time in his next over dismissing Reeza Hendricks for 3 as Proteas lost their third wicket in the first 10 overs of mandatory powerplay with only 26 runs on the board.
Aiden Markram too failed to deliver as slow left-arm spinner Shahbaz Ahmed dismissed him for 9 stumped by Sanju Samson.

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South Africa scratched their way to the 50-run mark in 17.1 overs. Skipper David Miller too had no answer to Indian bowlers as he was cleaned up for 7 by Sundar as the visitors lost half of their side for 66.
Kuldeep Yadav too joined the party dismissing Andile Phehlukwayo as the visitors lost their sixth wicket for 71. Heinrich Klaasen was the only batter who was showing some fight, but he also perished for 34 off 42 balls by Shahbaz, who got his second scalp in the match.
Bjorn Fortuin became the second scalp of Kuldeep Yadav as he was dismissed leg before wicket to leave visitors tottering at 94 for 8. In the next ball, the Chinaman bowler cleaned up Anrich Nortje for a duck.
Marco Jansen became his fourth victim of Kuldeep as he was caught in the boundary line by Avesh Khan to bundle out South Africa for 99 in just 27.1 overs. The 27-year-old UP bowler finished with figures of 4/18.
Brief scores: South Africa 99/10 in 27.1 overs (Heinrich Klaasen 34; Kuldeep Yadav 4/18, Washington Sundar 2/15) vs India. (ANI)

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