India beat South Africa A by 8 wickets. Catch highlights here:
* It’s all over! India A win by 8 wickets.
* WICKET! Unmukt misses out on ton. India A 219/1.
* Agarwal reaches his hundred as India A draw nearer to victory. India A 202/0 in 31.1 overs.
* Unmukt and Agarwal are making light work of this target. India A 169/0 in 26.4 overs.
* India A move to 69/0 in 15 overs. Agarwal unbeaten on 45, Unmukt batting on 19.
* India A are 55/0 in 12 overs, chasing 245
* Mayank (30 no) and Unmukt (14 no) have paced this innings really well – India A 47/0 in 10 overs, chasing 245
* Mayank (14 no) and Unmukt (12) take India to 29/0 in 8.3 overs, chasing 29/0 in 8.3 overs
* India A are off to a very slow start, reaching 11/0 in 6 overs
* India A openers Unmukt Chand and Mayank Agarwal in the middle – hosts 0/0 after 1 over, chasing 245
* De Kock struck a fine 108 to help South Africa A post 244 all out in their 50 overs. Dhawan finished with figures of 4/49
* Villas (50) falls to Dhawan and South Africa A are 192/5 in 42.3 overs vs India A.
* Villas brought up his half-century while de Kock moved close to a hundred
* Dane Villas (23 not out) has settled down nicely with de Kock (77 not out). South Africa A are 145/4 in 36.4 overs
* De Kock has been solid – he brings up his half-century to keep the Proteas in the hunt for a respectable total
* Ramela (26) falls to Axar Patel – South Africa A 92/4 in 27 overs
* De Kock (45 no) and Ramela (24 no) take South Africa A to 87/3 after 25 overs.
* Ramela (12 no) at the crease with de Kock (34 no) as the Proteas reach 63/3 in 19 overs
* Elgar (5) falls to Karn Sharma as SA ‘A’ slip to 44/3 in 15.1 overs
* De Kock (26 not out) and Elgar (3 not out) in the middle with South Africa A 36/2 in 14 overs.
* De Bruyn (5) falls to Rohit Dhawan – SA ‘A’ are 21/2 in 9 overs.
* The going has been tough and slow for the Proteas, who have managed only 20 runs in 8 overs for the loss of Hendricks
* Reeza Hendricks run out for 1 – South Africa A 5/1 off 3 overs vs India A
* South Africa A won the toss and decided to bat
India A Suffer Crushing Defeat vs Australia A
The hosts were totally outplayed in their tournament opener – chasing 334, India A managed only 215 before being bowled out against the Aussies. (Full Highlights here)
India A Coach Rahul Dravid Disappointed With Performance
India A coach Rahul Dravid has described the 119-run loss to Australia A as disappointing and said his team will look to sort out their batting frailties against spin and come back stronger in the next match of the triangular series. “I think it is a disappointing all-round performance. First with the ball, then in the field and with the bat. The good thing I guess is that we have got four games to try and correct this,” Dravid said after India folded for 215 chasing 334 in the second match. (Read More)