India has beaten South African in the first two One Day International matches of the six-match series.
The first match ended with South Africa at 269/8 in all 50 overs, and India at 270/4 in just 45.3 overs. In the first ODI, Virat Kohli scored his 33rd ODI hundred, making 112 runs. Ajinkya Rahane made 79 runs with the two top run scorers making a 189-run partnership.
In the second ODI, the South African team was first to bat. The team ended with 118 runs in 32.2 overs. The Indian team won the second ODI by a huge nine wickets, ending with 119/1 in 20.3 overs.
The second ODI took place at Supersport Park in Centurion. The South African team dropped to its lowest Centurion total. The hosts are
After a loss in the Test series, the Indian team has taken the momentum of their impressive third Test win into the ODI series.
The third ODI is set to take place at Newlands in Cape Town on 7th February 2018. This match will be followed by another three ODIs on 10th, 13th, and 16th February.
Indian Women’s Cricket Team Beat SA in ODI
The Indian women’s cricket team has started out strong in their ODI series in South Africa. India beat the South African women’s team by a huge 88 runs.
The three-match ODI series took place in Kimberley. The matches are qualification games for the next ICC Women’s Championship.
While the men’s tour of South Africa is being televised live, the women’s match had no television coverage. In fact, the live scores were not available on the ICC Live Scores page. Cricket South Africa did broadcast the live scores via Twitter.
The BCCI has noted that they do not have rights for matches played outside of India. The BCCI claim that it was up to Cricket South Africa to make sure the match had a live broadcast.