South Africa vs India live score over 3rd ODI ODI 31 35 updates

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34.6 overs (0 runs) On the good length again over off. David Miller blocks it solidly on the off side. A good over from Avesh Khan ends.

34.5 overs (0 runs) Beaten! A slower ball on a length and just outside off. The ball moved slightly after hitting the cover and David Miller is beaten on the edge.

34.4 overs (0 runs) Fullers and outside off from ’round the wicket. David Miller drives it straight to the fielder at covers.

34.3 overs (1 run) Slightly fuller outside. Keshav Maharaj drives it to deep cover for another run to add to the total.

34.3 overs (1 run) Sliding down the side of the leg. Keshav Maharaj leaves it alone and the umpire gives a wide signal.

34.2 overs (3 runs) A little short and above the legs. David Miller pushes it away to square leg and the batsmen are quick to go for two runs. The throw is not at either end, but through the center of the court. Batters get a bonus run from the overthrow as the ball deflects off the fielder who is backing up.

34.1 overs (1 run) On a length outside off. Keshav Maharaj hits it hard with the blade towards deep cover. The dough runs one.

33.6 overs (0 runs) Back of a length on off stump, David Miller pushes it off the back foot to the cover fielder. A successful overflow ends.

33.5 overs (0 runs) Full and aiming for the stumps this time, David Miller leans forward and defends it confidently.

33.4 overs (1 run) Pulls his length on the pads a bit, Keshav Maharaj pokes it to fine leg for a single.

33.3 overs (2 runs) Full and outside off, Keshav Maharaj drives it to deep cover with an open face of the bat and runs a double. He gets off the mark.

Keshav Maharaj is the new man in the.

33.2 overs (0 runs) OUT! EDGED AND GONE! Another brilliant review from KL Rahul behind the stumps. Washington Sundar drops it on a bit fuller and outside the off stump channel which makes it drift a bit. Wiaan Mulder looks to play it with a straight bat but the ball looks to have gone just past the outside edge. KL Rahul takes the catch and appeals but it is dismissed. KL Rahul confidently looks at it and goes upstairs after a brief discussion with Washington Sundar. The stumping is checked first but it’s fine and UltraEdge shows a little mumble as the ball is next to the bat and Mulder has to go.

33.1 overs (1 run) Length ball outside off from around the wicket, David Miller drives it leaning forward through the left of overs for a single.

32.6 overs (1 run) Slow and on length around the leg. David Miller flicks it towards mid-wicket and takes a single to retain the strike at the start of the next over.

32.5 overs (0 runs) Fuller now from Avesh Khan and beyond. David Miller drives it back to the bowler and he stops it with one hand.

32.4 overs (1 run) On the hard length around off. Wiaan Mulder hits it to deep cover and gets off target with a single.

32.3 overs (0 runs) On a very good length and round off. Wiaan Mulder blocks it solidly on the offside.

Drinks break! Time for a breather and India have come roaring back into the contest, picking up three wickets in just a couple of overs. The pacers seem to be hitting their stride and Arshdeep Singh is bowling really well. South Africa are really up against it now and everything rests on the shoulders of David Miller. With that said, Wiaan Mulder walks out to bat next.

32.2 overs (0 runs) OUT! TAKEN! Avesh Khan has the last laugh and what a comeback. Avesh Khan bowls this one slower and full of. Heinrich Klaasen is surprised by the pace as the ball hits the surface and he brings the bat down while playing with a straight face. The ball goes in the air. Sai Sudharsan comes running from mid off and dives forward at full length. He manages to hold onto the ball and keep his fingers underneath. He makes an athletic catch to turn away a very dangerous batter. India will be delighted to see Heinrich Klaasen walk back to the pavilion at a crucial time in the match.

Is it taken? Sai Sudharsan looks to have taken a great catch here but Heinrich Klaasen is going nowhere. The judges meet for a chat and the third judge is called in. The replays roll in and we can clearly see that the fingers are under the ball. OUT is coming to the big screen!

32.1 overs (4 runs) FOUR! What a way to start over! Avesh Khan delivers a low full toss on the pads. Heinrich Klaasen is happy to bowl at the loose ball and he whips it in the hole wide of deep square leg which runs away to the fence for four good runs.

31.6 overs (1 run) Short length on offer this time around the leg stump, Heinrich Klaasen clubs it hard towards deep midwicket for just a single.

31.5 overs (0 runs) On a hard length on leg stump line, Heinrich Klaasen gets his bat and drives it back to Arshdeep Singh. The dots just keep piling up!

31.4 overs (0 runs) Oh, that was an absolute beauty from Arshdeep Singh! Roll your fingers on the leather on the back of a length and get some extra bounce off the tire. Heinrich Klaasen sits up on it as the ball flirts with the outside edge and continues to the keeper on a bounce.

31.3 overs (0 runs) On a fuller length with a little movement across the off stump, Heinrich Klaasen drives it solidly towards mid on but fails to pierce the hole.

31.2 overs (0 runs) On a harder length that angles across the off stump, Heinrich Klaasen stands tall and hits it straight to the cover fielder.

31.1 overs (0 runs) Bowls from over the wicket on the back of a length, around the leg stump, Heinrich Klaasen pushes it towards mid on.

30.6 overs (0 runs) Looked up again outside. David Miller brings his bat down in time to block it safely.

30.5 overs (1 run) Fuller on the pillows. Heinrich Klaasen flicks it away to deep midwicket for just a single. A good over from Avesh Khan so far.

30.5 overs (1 run) Sliding down the leg side. Heinrich Klaasen leaves it alone for the goalkeeper to gather and the referee signals a wide out.

30.4 overs (1 run) On the hard length outside of. David Miller punches it down well over mid off and sets off for a quick single. A direct hit at the bowler’s end would have been close.

30.3 overs (2 runs) A little short and over off. David Miller guides it towards the deep point on the jump. The doughs get a brace.

30.2 overs (0 runs) At a very good length all around. David Miller hangs back and blocks it on the off side.

30.1 overs (1 run) On length outside of. Heinrich Klaasen cuts from the air and sends it towards third man for a run.

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