Pics – Proteas’ smashing innings against West Indies

2015-02-27 11:52

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The Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and the West Indies was a thrilling affair, with AB de Villiers leading a record-smashing charge, blasting the fastest 150 in one-day internationals off 64 balls, leaving the West Indies with a massive chase of 408/5 – the second-highest innings total of World Cup history behind India 413/5 against Bermuda at Port of Spain in 2007. The game took place at Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday (February 27 2015) in Sydney, Australia.

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