Blast from the past: SA land knockout blow in World Cup

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Blast from the past: SA land knockout blow in World Cup

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Today in SA sports history: March 18
2015 — SA’s cricketers finally win a knockout match at a World Cup tournament – in their seventh appearance at the showpiece. They faced Sri Lanka in a quarterfinal and hammered them by nine wickets, rolling them over for 133 in 38 overs with Imran Tahir taking 4/26 and JP Duminy 3/29. Quinton de Kock (78 not out) spearheaded the chase as SA hunted down the target with 192 balls remaining.

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