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SA vs AUS: Australia won the second ODI by 110 runs thanks to the centuries of David Warner, Marnes Labuschagne.

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Game Desk : Australia defeated South Africa by 123 runs in the second ODI on a flat track in Bloemfontein. Australia played first David Warner And Marnes Labuschagne Thanks to the centuries, 392 runs were scored. In reply, the African team got support from the opening batsman and then the middle order, but Australia, due to its excellent bowling, took wickets continuously and achieved a spectacular victory. Australia also won the first ODI of the series by 3 wickets thanks to a brilliant half-century by Labuschagne. Now they are 2-0 ahead in the 5-match series.

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Australia, playing first, gave a bright start thanks to David Warner and Travis Head. Head scored 64 runs in 36 balls with the help of 9 fours and 3 sixes and took the team’s score past 100 in the powerplay itself. As soon as Head was out, captain Mitchell Marsh was also out at 0. After this, Warner made a partnership of 151 runs with Marnes Labuschagne. Labuschagne scored 124 runs in 99 balls with the help of 19 fours and one six. He also got support from Josh English (50). In the end, Nathan Ellis scored 14 runs and took the score to 392.

For South Africa, Tabrez Shamsi was the most successful bowler for his team. He took 4 wickets for 61 runs. Apart from this, Kagiso Rabada proved to be expensive. He took 2 wickets for 79 runs in 9 overs. Marco Jensen took 1 wicket for 63 runs and Andel Phehlukwayo took 1 wicket for 50 runs.

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In reply, South Africa were given a good start by Quintin de Kock and Temba Bavuma. While De Kock scored 45 runs in 30 balls with the help of 6 fours and 2 sixes, Bavuma scored 46 runs in 40 balls with the help of 4 fours and 3 sixes. Rassie van Dussen scored 17 runs, Aiden Markram scored 3 runs. In the middle order, Heinrich Klaasen scored 49 runs on 36 balls and David Miller scored 49 runs on 52 balls, but the Australian bowlers performed charismatically and took their wickets.

Australia was in a good position after scoring 241 runs in 35 overs, but due to their main batsman returning to the pavilion, there was pressure on the tail batsmen. Jensen scored 23 runs on 29 balls, Endel scored 1 run. Enrique Notreje was out after scoring 17 runs. Kagisa Rabada held one end and made high shots but due to the target being too big, he could not withstand the pressure.

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