Outclassed Proteas lose 5-0 to Australia in a Twenty20 series.

Outclassed Proteas lose 5-0 to Australia in a Twenty20 series.

Australia won the third and final Twenty20 international against South Africa by five wickets on Sunday at Hollywoodbets Kingsmead, completing a whitewash.

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The Proteas won the toss and decided to bat first, scoring 190 runs on eighteen overs thanks in large part to a blistering 48-run knock by youngster Donovan Ferreira.

After Proteas captain Aiden Markram dismissed Matthew Short with the first ball of the visitors’ innings, the total appeared respectable, but Australia made easy work of the chase, winning with 13 balls to spare.

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For the Baggy Greens, Travis Head was the main destroyer, hitting 91 off 48 balls (eight fours, six sixes).

The visitors benefited from three dropped catches by the Proteas.

The first game was won by Australia by a score of 111 runs, and the second by a score of 8 wickets.

Hollywoodbets Kingsmead in Durban hosted all three games.

Starting on Thursday, September 7 in Bloemfontein, the two teams will play five One-Day Internationals.


As captain, Temba Bavuma of the Lions, Dewald Brevis of the Titans, Gerald Coetzee of the Titans, Quinton de Kock of the Titans, Bjorn Fortuin of the Lions, Reeza Hendricks of the Lions, Marco Jansen of the Warriors, Heinrich Klaasen of the Titans, Sisanda Magala of the Lions, Keshav Maharaj of the Hollywoodbets Dolphins, Aiden Mark


Wed., August 30

The final score between South Africa and Australia at Hollywoodbets Kingsmead was 111 runs.

One September Friday

The final score at Hollywoodbets Kingsmead was Australia 8, South Africa 0.

September 3rd, Sunday

At Hollywoodbets Kingsmead, Australia defeated South Africa by 5 wickets.


Time: September 7 at 13:30

Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein; South Africa vs. Australia

9 September, 13:00 Saturday

Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein; South Africa vs. Australia

Time: Tuesday, September 12 at 13:30

Australia takes on South Africa at JB Marks Oval in Potchefstroom.

Time: 13:00 on Friday, September 15

Against Australia, at SuperSport Park in Centurion, South Africa

Time: 10:00 on Sunday, September 17th

Australia vs. South Africa, Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

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