England beat Colombia 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw – 03/07/2018 – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia 3rd July – Results and Preview

England beat Colombia 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw: Tues July 3: Colombia v England – Moscow (Spartak), Full Time

England beat Colombia 4-3 on penalties after an ill-tempered 1-1 draw in Moscow to set up a World Cup quarter-final with Sweden.England will face Sweden for a place in the World Cup semi-finals

Player ratings

Colombia: Ospina (6), Arias (6), Mina (8), Davinson (7), Mojica (6), Sanchez (6), Lerma (6), Barrios (7), Cuadrado (7), Quintero (6), Falcao (6).

Subs: Muriel (6), Uribe (6), Bacca (7), Zapata (n/a)

England: Pickford (8), Walker (7), Stones (7), Maguire (7), Trippier (8), Henderson (7), Young (7), Lingard (6), Alli (6), Sterling (7), Kane (8).

Subs: Dier (6), Vardy (7), Rose (6), Rashford (n/a)

Man of the match – Yerry Mina

From the moment the Barcelona defender dwarfed over Raheem Sterling in the opening stages to concede a free-kick, England knew they were in for a sizeable physical battle with this streetwise Colombian side.

Alongside Davinson Sanchez, Mina was an imperious presence throughout as he won countless aerial battles and forced Kane to come deep in order to get involved.

Colombia had hardly threatened before the third minute of stoppage time, but having withstood England’s best efforts, Mina showed his threat in the opposition penalty box to level with a trademark header.

The 23-year-old scored three headed goals at the 2018 World Cup; the most by a player in a single tournament since Miroslav Klose for Germany in 2002 (5), and was unfortunate to end on the losing side.

Team news

Gareth Southgate made nine changes, with only John Stones and Jordan Pickford retaining their place as he reverted to the same team which defeated Tunisia in England’s World Cup opener.

Dele Alli returned from a thigh injury in place of Ruben Loftus-Cheek, and Raheem Sterling played off captain Harry Kane.

Colombia made two changes from the side that beat Senegal as Wilmar Barrios came in for James Rodriguez – who was not even named on the bench – while Jefferson Lerma returned in place of Mateus Uribe.

What’s next?

England progress to face Sweden in the quarter-finals on Saturday afternoon in Samara (3pm UK time). Colombia, meanwhile, face Venezuela in a friendly on September 6.


Colombia 0-0 England
James not in Colombia squad
Same England XI as Tunisia win
Alli, Young, Sterling start
Winner faces Sweden in QF


46: Back under way in the second half. This just about sums up the first…


“It’s a red card. Stonewall.”

No debate there, then.


Gary Neville on ITV: “You can tell what type of game Colombia want. The coach doing that on the way off the field tells you. They want it to be stop-start. They want it to have no flow, it suits them.

“England have to make sure they keep the ball in play and keep the ball moving, not get involved.”


An interesting replay as the teams left the field at half-time – a member of the Colombian staff in full tracksuit deliberately ran over to Sterling and nudged him with his shoulder as he left the field. The ref had a word. That was completely out of order.

Sue Smith on SSN: “We’ve got to say Colombia should be down to 10 men. Barrios headbutts Henderson in the area and he goes down. It was right on his chin. He got a yellow card, but surely it’s a red or nothing? Clearly someone was saying something in his ear.”

Dennis Wise on SSN: “Henderson invited him to do it, but Barrios stuck his head into his chest and lifted it up. He headbutted him and he needs to go off. He didn’t really get VAR, he got a message in his ear and decided to give him a yellow card. He has to be sent off.”

HT: That’s the half-time. It looks like England will assess Alli over the break as no change has been made, and he did run onto the pitch late on.

Hard to judge that, but England won’t be disheartened. Colombia have done very little, and England have had the half chances.

England started well, had some control of the game, but it’s rather level now. Huge half to come.


45+3: Half chance for England. Trippier crosses superbly, Barrios clears well, and it falls to Lingard at a difficult height. He slams it over the bar from 15 yards!

Uh oh, Dele Alli is down injured here.


45+2: First real effort on target from Colombia. Quintero picks it up left footed, 20 yards out, and his dipping effort drops into the grateful hands of Pickford.


45+1: Three minutes added on in Moscow.


45: Kane drags an effort well wide, and Sterling and Mina have been involved in something here.

Both are tugging at each other in the box, Sterling confronts him, and Mina goes down in a heap. The referee tells them both to get on with it.

23:44: So, American referee Geiger is the man in the middle in all senses now. I think that’s a red card 8 times out of 10.

To reiterate, Barrios and Henderson were jostling, Barrios moved his head towards Henderson’s chest and then dragged it up towards his chin. The Liverpool man then went down for a minute or so…


42: SHOT! Back to the football… Trippier has a go from the free-kick, but it’s a yard or so wide of Ospina’s right-hand post!


41: YELLOW! Referee Geiger put his finger to his ear, I assume he’s gone to VAR, but he only gives Barrios a yellow!

Wow. That could have easily been a red. It’s not a full-on headbutt, but it’s not far away!

Matt Le Tissier

How’s that not a red?

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40: CONTROVERSY! Barrios could be in BIG trouble here!

Henderson is down on the floor, and replays show Barrios has moved his head to his chest and then head!

VAR checking this!


39: Kane has played very well outside of the box so far. He wins a free-kick around five yards outside the box, attracting Lerma to the foul.

Great position for England to have a go here… oh what we’d do to have one David Beckham over this. Remember his goal against Colombia in 98?


38: Henderson picks the ball up 40 yards out, lifts his head like a quarter-back, and his dink into the box is just behind Kane before running out of play!


36: Sterling is trying a lot here. He’s run into a few blind allies early on, but at least he’s attempting something different. Colombia very solid at the back so far, with both Barrios and Carlos Sanchez dropping into the back line when needed.


34: Cuadrado rudely runs across Maguire as the ball goes, and after a little bit of wrestling off the ball, it all calms down.

Falcao then lays the ball off to Quintero on the edge of the box from an England throw, but his left-footed effort flies well wide of Pickford’s goal.


33: Nobody is settling down here. Completely frantic in both halves, and possession being exchanged a lot. England are getting back into their shape quickly, however.


32: Sterling does brilliantly on the right to win the ball ahead of Sanchez, turn towards goal and shoot, but his left-footed effort is blocked again.


30: Kane has held the ball up superbly so far. He does it again, spreads to Sterling, whose touch is quite heavy, but he recovers it to play in Alli.

Sanchez, however, steps out and wins the ball.


28: Trippier with the corner, but not before the referee has a word with the players tugging in the box.

Trippier takes, but Mina does superbly again to clear.

27: Free-kick to England on the left, and a crossing position for Ashley Young again. Drifted again by Young to Maguire, but it’s just cleared for a corner by Mina!


25: Lots more possession for Colombia in the last five minutes or so, but they’re not getting too near England’s area.


23: Nearly an opening for Colombia. Cuadrado has a pot-shot from miles out, it deflects into the path of Falcao 15 yards out, but he can’t quite get a shot away as Maguire steals in!


21: Hard to properly judge this first 20 minutes as it has been very frantic, but I’d say England have had the better of it.

Sterling is looking strong, Kane is linking up well, but early doors.

19: England playing with it in tight areas. Kane sticks it out wide to Trippier, but Mojica dispossesses him well.


17: CHANCE! Colombia caught out at left-back as Lingard slips in Trippier. His cross is superb to the back post, and Kane is there on the stretch a couple yards out at an acute angle…

He does everything he can to get his head around it, but his effort loops over onto the top of the goal!

It would have been a fine finish, but a definite chance for England.

16: Brilliant defending from Trippier to stop Mojica in a dangerous position on the left.

Colombia’s full-backs are noticably quite high up the pitch this evening.


14: Brilliant from Sterling, rolling Mina in midfield and winning a free-kick. The Barca man was all over him there.

Trippier lofts it in, but Mina clears and Colombia push out.

Oh wait… Barrios makes a hash of it and it falls to Sterling, but his shot from 20 yards is blocked by Sanchez! First real sight at goal.


12: Corner to England, taken by Young again, but Stones is penalised for a push. Works both ways, I guess…


PIC: Harry Kane has been getting plenty of close attention from Colombia’s defenders so far.


10: Dangerous looking break from Colombia, and they almost looked 2 v 1, but Quintero couldn’t square it!


8: This is a good start from England. Trippier takes a quick free-kick for Sterling, and Mina puts it out for another corner.

Lots of holding going on inside the box, so referee Geiger issues a warning.

Trippier takes the corner, but Sanchez does well to head clear.


7: Young over the corner, drilled in, but Ospina gathers it well. Kane appealing for a pull there! He’s furious with American referee Geiger.


6: Young stands over the free-kick.

He goes for goal… and Ospina has to beat it away! Then, as Trippier curls it back in, Lingard goes up to head towards goal but Colombia just clear for a corner!


5: Lots of whistling coming from the Colombian fans when England are on the ball.

Maguire steps out well, Alli then feeds Sterling on the left, and Mina handles just on the edge of the box as he slides in on the Man City man.

Crossing position…


3: Quite frantic early on from both sides. Sterling does well to win a free-kick in Colombia’s half, Kane spreads it wide well to Trippier, but England eventually lose it on the right.


2: Nervous start from Alli, giving the ball away inside his defensive third, but England push out and Colombia have it in their own half.


1: And they’re off! Colombia get us under way. England in red, Colombia yellow.

More to Follow….


England’s reward for finishing second in Group G is a last-16 test against Colombia in Moscow.

While Colombia may be without star man James Rodriguez for the knockout tie, England must rediscover their scoring touch and momentum as they sit four games away from glory.

Colombia v England will go head-to-head in the 2018 World Cup in Russia on Tuesday, July 3. Colombia v England match will be held at in Moscow (Spartak), Russia.

Team and Squad News

Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions lost 1-0 to Belgium in their Group G decider, meaning the Red Devils face Japan while England take on El Tricolor.

Colombia’s squad

Colombia’s 23-man preliminary squad: David Ospina, Camilo Vargas, Jose Fernando Cuadrado; Cristian Zapata, Davinson Sanchez, Santiago Arias, Oscar Murillo, Frank Fabra, Johan Mojica, Yerry Mina; Wilmar Barrios, Carlos Sanchez, Jefferson Lerma, Jose Izquierdo, James Rodriguez, Abel Aguilar, Juan Fernando Quintero, Mateus Uribe, Juan Guillermo Cuadrado; Radamel Falcao Garcia, Miguel Borja, Carlos Bacca, Luis Fernando Muriel

Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (Once Caldas)

Defenders: Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Frank Fabra (Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham), Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Yerry Mina (Barcelona) Johan Mojica (Girona), Oscar Murillo (Pachuca)

Midfielders: Abel Aguilar (Cali), Wilmar Barrios (Boca Juniors), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Carlos Sanchez (Fiorentina), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (River Plate), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (America)

Forwards: Radamel Falcao (Monaco), Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Miguel Borja (Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton), Luis Muriel (Sevilla)

England’s squad

England’s 23-man final squad:  Jack Butland, Nick Pope, Jordan Pickford; Fabian Delph, Danny Rose, Eric Dier, Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Harry Maguire, John Stones, Phil Jones, Gary Cahill; Jordan Henderson, Jesse Lingard, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Ashley Young, Dele Alli, Raheem Sterling; Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy, Marcus Rashford, Danny Welbeck

Goalkeepers: Jack Butland (Stoke City), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Nick Pope (Burnley)

Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Fabian Delph (Manchester City), Phil Jones (Manchester United), Harry Maguire (Leicester City), Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur), John Stones (Manchester City), Kieran Trippier (Tottenham Hotspur), Kyle Walker (Manchester City), Ashley Young (Manchester United)

Midfielders: Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur), Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea)

Forwards: Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Jamie Vardy (Leicester City), Danny Welbeck (Arsenal)

Belgium 3-2 Japan – 02/07/2018 – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia 2nd July – Results and Preview

Belgium 3-2 Japan: Mon July 2: Blegium v Japan- Rostov-on-Don, Full Time

Belgium showed their fighting qualities as Nacer Chadli’s 94th-minute strike completed a thrilling 3-2 comeback victory over Japan in their World Cup last-16 clash in Rostov.Belgium to face Brazil in World Cup quarter-finals on Friday evening

Player ratings

Belgium: Courtois (6), Alderweireld (6), Kompany (7), Vertonghen (6), Meunier (7), De Bruyne (6), Witsel (6), Carrasco (4), Mertens (6), Hazard (7), Lukaku (6)

Subs: Fellaini (7), Chadli (7)

Japan: Kawashima (7), Shoji (7), Nagatomo (7), Sakai (7), Yoshida (8), Shibasaki (7), Haraguchi (7), Kagawa (7), Inui (8), Hasebe (7), Osako (7)

Subs: Yamaguchi (6), Honda (6)

Man of the match: Maya Yoshida

Yoshida epitomised Japan’s dogged resilience having kept Lukaku subdued throughout a pulsating 90 minutes at the Rostov Arena.

The Southampton defender has not always enjoyed coming up against the big striker during their Premier League tussles, but Lukaku’s failure to continue his hot streak of form owed largely to Yoshida’s refusal to afford him space.

This was a colossal performance from the 29-year-old, who threw his body at countless shots as Belgium began their bombardment of Japan’s goal, but his efforts proved in vain as one of the pre-tournament favourites found a way to win.

What’s next?

Brazil await Belgium in the last eight in Kazan on Friday night, while Japan’s wait to reach the World Cup quarter-finals goes on having matched their previous best-ever finish at the tournament in South Africa 2014.

Team news

After making nine changes to face England, Roberto Martinez reverted back to the same starting XI that beat Tunisia 5-2 barring one alteration. Vincent Kompany replaced Dedryck Boyata in defence.

Japan head coach Akira Nishino reverted to the same starting XI that drew 2-2 with Senegal in Ekaterinburg having rested six players in the 1-0 defeat by Poland.


Blegium v Japan will go head-to-head in the 2018 World Cup in Russia on MondayJuly 2. Blegium v Japan match will be held at in Rostov-on-Don, Russia.

Team and Squad News

This section is absolutely loaded with quality. If the winner comes from here then they will have seriously earned it. It kicks off with two high-powered matches right out of the gate: France plays Argentina, followed by Uruguay and Luis Suarez against Portugal and Cristiano Ronaldo, with the winners meeting in the quarter final. Belgium – one of the few top-tier teams to deliver on its hype so far – then face Japan. Neymar and a Brazil lineup that seems to be finding their form play a mercurial Mexico squad that knocked off Germany and South Korea but got hammered by Sweden.

Belgium’s  squad

Belgium’s 28-man preliminary squad:  Koen Casteels, Thibaut Courtois, Simon Mignolet; Toby Alderweireld, Dedryck Boyata, Vincent Kompany, Thomas Meunier, Thomas Vermaelen, Jan Vertonghen; Nacer Chadli, Kevin De Bruyne, Mousa Dembele, Leander Dendoncker, Marouane Fellaini, Youri Tielemans, Axel Witsel; Michy Batshuayi, Yannick Carrasco, Eden Hazard, Thorgan Hazard, Adnan Januzaj, Romelu Lukaku, Dries Mertens

Goalkeepers: Thibaut Courtois (Chelsea), Simon Mignolet (Liverpool), Koen Casteels (VfL Wolfsburg)

Defenders: Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham), Dedryck Boyata (Celtic), Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham), Vincent Kompany (Manchester City), Thomas Vermaelen (Barcelona), Thomas Meunier (PSG)

Midfielders: Youri Tielemans (AS Monaco), Axel Witsel (Tianjin Quanjian), Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City), Mousa Dembele (Tottenham), Leander Dendoncker (Anderlecht), Marouane Fellaini (Manchester United), Thorgan Hazard (Borussia Monchengladbach), Dries Mertens (Napoli), Nacer Chadli (West Brom)

Forwards: Michy Batshuayi (Chelsea), Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United), Eden Hazard (Chelsea), Adnan Januzaj (Real Sociedad), Yannick Carrasco (Dalian Yifang)

Japan’s squad

Japan’s 23-man final squad: Eiji Kawashima, Masaaki Higashiguchi, Kosuke Nakamura, Yuto Nagatomo, Tomoaki Makino, Maya Yoshida, Hiroki Sakai, Gotoku Sakai, Gen Shoji, Wataru Endo, Naomichi Ueda, Makoto Hasebe, Keisuke Honda, Takashi Inui, Shinji Kagawa, Hotaru Yamaguchi, Genki Haraguchi, Takashi Usami, Gaku Shibasaki, Ryota Oshima, Shinji Okazaki, Yuya Osako, Yoshinori Muto

Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz); Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka); Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol)

Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray); Tomoaki Makino, Wataru Endo (both Urawa Reds); Maya Yoshida (Southampton); Hiroki Sakai (Marseille); Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg); Gen Shoji, Naomichi Ueda (both Kashima Antlers)

Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt); Keisuke Honda (Pachuca); Takashi Inui (Eibar); Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund); Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka); Genki Haraguchi, Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf); Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe); Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale)

Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester); Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen); Yoshinori Muto (Mainz)

England v New Zealand – England Women’s Tri Series 2018 June 28 Match 6 – Bristol County Ground, Bristol, England

England Women’s v New Zealand Women’s – England Women’s Tri Series 2018 June 28 Match 6 – Bristol County Ground, Bristol, England

England Women won by 7 wickets

 England – 130/3 15.5/20 

 New Zealand – 129 18.1/20 


 New Zealand Batting

More Batters R B 4s 6s SR
Sophie Devine c Natalie Sciver b Anya Shrubsole 52 45 7 0 115.55
Suzie Bates CPT c Amy Jones b Anya Shrubsole 0 3 0 0 0.00
Katey Martin WKT lbw Sophie Ecclestone 8 10 1 0 80.00
Amy Satterthwaite lbw Katie George 37 26 5 0 142.30
Maddy Green c Amy Jones b Anya Shrubsole 2 3 0 0 66.66
Jess Watkin st Sarah Taylor b Natalie Sciver 16 8 3 0 200.00
Amelia Kerr lbw Danielle Hazell 5 5 1 0 100.00
Hannah Rowe lbw Danielle Hazell 0 3 0 0 0.00
Bernadine Bezuidenhout run out (Danielle Wyatt) 6 3 1 0 200.00
Kate Ebrahim b Katherine Brunt 0 2 0 0 0.00
Hayley Jensen NOT OUT 0 1 0 0 0.00
Extras (w 2, lb 1) 3
Total (all out18.1 overs) 129
Fall of wickets
1-1 (S Bates, 0.5 ov), 2-27 (K Martin, 5.2 ov), 3-86 (A Satterthwaite, 11.6 ov), 4-91 (M Green, 12.6 ov), 5-109 (J Watkin, 14.3 ov), 6-118 (A Kerr, 15.3 ov), 7-118 (H Rowe, 15.6 ov), 8-128 (B Bezuidenhout, 17.1 ov), 9-129 (K Ebrahim, 17.5 ov), 10-129 (S Devine, 18.1 ov)

 England Bowling

More Bowlers O M R W Econ Dots
Anya Shrubsole 3.1 0 16 3 5.05 9
Katie George 3 0 22 1 7.33 9
Katherine Brunt 3 0 20 1 6.66 7
Sophie Ecclestone 3 0 27 1 9.00 6
Danielle Hazell 4 0 21 2 5.25 11
Heather Knight 1 0 11 0 11.00 2
Natalie Sciver 1 0 11 1 11.00 1

 England Batting

More Batters R B 4s 6s SR
Danielle Wyatt c Suzie Bates b Jess Watkin 2 3 0 0 66.66
Tammy Beaumont c Suzie Bates b Jess Watkin 11 11 2 0 100.00
Sarah Taylor WKT st Katey Martin b Amelia Kerr 51 37 7 0 137.83
Natalie Sciver NOT OUT 39 31 5 0 125.80
Heather Knight CPT NOT OUT 24 13 5 0 184.61
Amy Jones
Katherine Brunt
Anya Shrubsole
Sophie Ecclestone
Katie George
Danielle Hazell
Extras (w 2, b 1) 3
Total (3 wickets, 15.5 overs) 130
Fall of wickets
1-5 (D Wyatt, 1.1 ov), 2-22 (T Beaumont, 3.1 ov), 3-103 (S Taylor, 12.4 ov)

 New Zealand Bowling

More Bowlers O M R W Econ Dots
Hannah Rowe 2 0 17 0 8.50 4
Jess Watkin 4 0 27 2 6.75 7
Hayley Jensen 2.5 0 34 0 12.00 4
Suzie Bates 2 0 16 0 8.00 6
Amelia Kerr 4 0 25 1 6.25 7
Kate Ebrahim 1 0 10 0 10.00 2

ICC South Africa v New Zealand – England Women’s Tri Series 2018 June 28 Match 5 – Bristol County Ground, Bristol, England

South Africa v New Zealand – England Women’s Tri Series 2018 June 28 Match 5 – Bristol County Ground, Bristol, England

New Zealand Women won by 8 wickets

 South Africa – 148/6 20/20 

 New Zealand – 151/2 15.2/20 


 South Africa Batting

More Batters R B 4s 6s SR
Lizelle Lee WKT c Lea Tahuhu b Hayley Jensen 25 18 4 0 138.88
Laura Wolvaardt c Suzie Bates b Amelia Kerr 25 37 2 0 67.56
Sune Luus run out (Suzie Bates) 0 2 0 0 0.00
Dane van Niekerk CPT c Sophie Devine b Amelia Kerr 25 29 1 0 86.20
Chloe Tryon c Maddy Green b Hayley Jensen 35 15 5 1 233.33
Mignon du Preez c Suzie Bates b Anna Peterson 18 15 2 0 120.00
Tazmin Brits NOT OUT 6 4 0 0 150.00
Marizanne Kapp NOT OUT 0 0 0 0 0.00
Masabata Klaas
Zintle Mali
Raisibe Ntozakhe
Extras (w 13, lb 1) 14
Total (6 wickets, 20 overs) 148
Fall of wickets
1-40 (L Lee, 4.4 ov), 2-40 (S Luus, 5.1 ov), 3-88 (D van Niekerk, 14.1 ov), 4-89 (L Wolvaardt, 14.3 ov), 5-141 (C Tryon, 18.6 ov), 6-145 (M du Preez, 19.4 ov)

 New Zealand Bowling

More Bowlers O M R W Econ Dots
Lea Tahuhu 1 0 7 0 7.00 4
Leigh Kasperek 2 0 21 0 10.50 4
Sophie Devine 2 0 19 0 9.50 5
Hayley Jensen 4 0 24 2 6.00 11
Suzie Bates 4 0 25 0 6.25 8
Amelia Kerr 4 0 28 2 7.00 12
Kate Ebrahim 1 0 7 0 7.00 2
Anna Peterson 2 0 16 1 8.00 1

 New Zealand Batting

More Batters R B 4s 6s SR
Suzie Bates CPT c Lizelle Lee b Marizanne Kapp 62 45 10 0 137.77
Sophie Devine NOT OUT 68 40 8 2 170.00
Katey Martin WKT b Zintle Mali 10 7 2 0 142.85
Amy Satterthwaite NOT OUT 0 0 0 0 0.00
Amelia Kerr
Kate Ebrahim
Maddy Green
Anna Peterson
Leigh Kasperek
Hayley Jensen
Lea Tahuhu
Extras (w 11) 11
Total (2 wickets, 15.2 overs) 151
Fall of wickets
1-130 (S Bates, 13.2 ov), 2-143 (K Martin, 14.6 ov)

 South Africa Bowling

More Bowlers O M R W Econ Dots
Marizanne Kapp 3.2 0 30 1 9.00 8
Masabata Klaas 2 0 29 0 14.50 6
Zintle Mali 4 0 40 1 10.00 4
Raisibe Ntozakhe 3 0 28 0 9.33 4
Dane van Niekerk 3 0 24 0 8.00 3