RSWS 2022 LIVE – Sachin Tendulkar Training Routine: India-Legends captain Sachin Tendulkar is turning 50 next year. But the batting legend at…
RSWS 2022 LIVE – Sachin Tendulkar Training Routine: India-Legends captain Sachin Tendulkar is turning 50 next year. But the batting legend at this age also doesn’t compromise with his fitness. Sachin currently is in Kanpur to play Road Safety World Series Season 2. Tendulkar is leading Indian Legends squad and is awing everyone around with his meticulously planned fitness routine: Follow RSWS 2022 LIVE Updates & IND-L vs SL-L LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN
IND-L vs SA-L Highlights: Stuart Binny & Rahul Sharma STAR in All-round show by India Legends, Defeat South Africa Legends by 61 runs. India to play SriLanka in 2nd League MATCH
IND-L vs SA-L Highlights – India Legends win by 61 runs: India legends put in an all-round show as they made light work of South Africa on Saturday in the Road Safety World Series. Stuart Binny scored a stunning 82 , while Pragyan Ojha and the rest of the bowling attacking chipped to seal a more than a comfortable 61-run win over the Proteas in Kanpur. Follow RSWS 2022 LIVE updates & Road Safety World Series LIVE with InsideSport.IN
India Legends win by 61 runs – India-Legends vs South Africa-Legends: A fine half-century from Stuart Binny and brilliant spin bowling spells from Rahul Sharma and Pragyan Ojha helped India Legends defeat South Africa Legends by 61 runs in the Road Safety World Series opener on Saturday.
South Africa on the other hand has a lot to fix if they want to progress further.
Chasing 218, Andrew Puttick and Morne van Wyk put South Africa Legends to a fine start. Spinner Rahul Sharma delivered India a breakthrough, trapping van Wyk lbw for 26 off 24 balls. Soon, Pragyan Ojha also dismissed Puttick for 23 off 24 balls, with Sachin Tendulkar taking the catch. South Africa Legends were 2/58 at this point.
South Africa continued losing wickets to Indian spin, with Ojha trapping Alviro Petersen for just 10 after he was stumped by Naman Ojha. Then, Henry Davids’s wicket was taken by Yuvraj. Davids could only score six runs.
More than halfway into the match, South Africa was 4/90. Rahul Sharma got his second wicket after dismissing Jacques Rudolph for 16 runs off 14 balls. Pacer Munaf Patel joined the party, cleaning all-rounder Johan Botha’s wickets for just eight runs. South Africa Legends were left struggling at 106/6.