The bowler who sent the half-team of South Africa to Pavilion

London: in the eighth match of the World Cup, against South Africa on Wednesday, Yuzvendra Chahal had the best performance with his bowling. The South African team looked to kneel ahead of Chahal. Chahal walked four South African batsmen to pavilion.

As per the information received from sources, Yuzvendra Chahal had the nose of the South African batsmen in the contest. In the meantime, he outdid Captain du Plessis (38), Van der Dawson (22), David Miller (31) and Andile Phehlukwayo (34). Chahal took a total of four wickets in the match, giving 51 runs in ten overs. In this match, Chahal and Kuldeep, the pair of ' Kulcha ', were out for a total of five batsmen. However, Kuldeep could not be more successful in this match. They had to be satisfied with a single wicket. The bowler scalped a wicket by 46 runs in 10 overs.

Tell for details South Africa had a disappointing start after winning the toss and electing to bat first. The team's two openers were back in the pavilion at a score of just 24 runs. Then FAF and Dawson's 54-run partnership brought the African team's score forward. But at the score of 89 runs, half the team was back in the pavilion. Then, a partnership of 66 runs between Morris and Rabada for the eighth wicket took the team to a score of 227 runs.

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