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Match Number 45: Third Quarter-Finals

- LRPL Taylor completed 3000 runs of his One-day career when he was on 24 during his knock of 43 in this game. At the end of this game his aggregate stood at 3019. He became the 12th New Zealand batsman to reach the milestone. Others are - SP Fleming {8007} : NJ Astle {7090} : CL Cairns {4881} : CD McMillan {4707} : SB Styris {4426} : CZ Harris {4379} : BB McCullum {4024} : JG Wright {3891} : AC Parore {3314} and KR Rutherford {3143}.

 

- JD Ryder and LRPL Taylor added 114 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the 211st century stand in the World Cup. This stand also represents the 58th occasion of a three figure partnership for the third wicket in the World Cup.

 

- JD Ryder and LRPL Taylor added 114 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the 21st century stand by New Zealand batsmen in the World Cup. This stand also represents the fifth occasion of a three figure partnership for the third wicket by New Zealand batsmen in the World Cup.

 

- JD Ryder scored 83 in this game providing the 86th occasion of New Zealand batsman scoring a fifty in the World Cup. This knock represents JD Ryder's first fifty in the World Cup. This knock represents his fifth One-day fifty and seventh fifty.

 

- At the end of this game, three South African bowlers have captured ten or more wickets in the ongoing World Cup - RJ Petersen {15}, Imran Tahir {14} and DW Steyn {12}. They become a part of 17 bowlers who have captured ten or more wickets in the ongoing World Cup 2011.

 

- At the end of this game, RJ Petersen with 17 wickets to his credit stands third in the list of most wicket takers in the ongoing World Cup. Shahid Afridi of Pakistan {21} and Zaheer Khan of India {17} are the two bowlers who have captured more wickets than RJ Petersen.

 

- GC Smith completed 600 World Cup runs when he was on 2 during his knock of 28 in this game. At the end of this game, his aggregate stood at 626. He became the fifth captain in the World Cup to total 600 plus runs. Others are - RT Ponting {1160} : SP Fleming {882} : M Azharuddin {636} and Imran Khan {615}.

 

- AB de Villiers was run out for 35 in this game to provide the 24th occasion of a South African batsman dismissed run out in the World Cup.

 

- AB de Villiers was run out for the third occasion in the World Cup - for 92 vs Australia at Basseterre on 24.03.07: 134 vs Netherlands at Mohali on 03.03.11 and 35 vs New Zealand at Dhaka on 25.03.11.

 

- With three run outs to his credit AB de Villiers now shares the South African record for most run outs in the World Cup with JH Kallis who has been dismissed run out on three occasions in the World Cup - 96 vs India at Hove on 15.05.99 : 69 vs India at Nagpur on 12.03.11 and 19 vs Ireland at Kolkata in 15.03.11.

 

- AB de Villiers completed 700 World Cup runs when he was on 10 during his knock of 35 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate stood at 735. He became the fifth South African batsman to total 700 plus World Cup runs. Others are - JH Kallis {1148} : HH Gibbs {1067} : G Kirsten {806} and  GC Smith {747}.

 

- NL McCullum and DL Vettori shared the new ball for New Zealand in South Africa's innings providing the first occasion of two spinners sharing the new ball in the World Cup and the fourth such occasion in the annals of One-day games. The other three occasions are - Zimbabwean bowlers vs West Indies at Providence on 04.03.10 {P Utseya and RW Price} : Zimbabwean bowlers vs West Indies at Providence on 06.03.10 {P Utseya and RW Price} and New Zealand bowlers vs India at Chennai on 10.12.10 {NL McCullum and DL Vettori}.

 

- JDP Oram captured 4 for 39 in this game providing the 161st occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the World Cup. His figures provide the eleventh occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing four or more wickets in the World Cup.

 

- JDP Oram became the third bowler to capture four wickets in the quarter finals of the World Cup. Others are - 4 for 47 by RA Harper of West Indies vs South Africa at Karachi on 11.03.96 and 4 for 30 by Shahid Afridi of Pakistan vs West Indies at Dhaka on 23.03.11.

 

- JDP Oram became the sixth bowler to capture four wickets against South Africa in the World Cup. Others are - 4 for 47 by RA Harper of West Indies at Karachi on 11.03.96 : 4 for 29 by SK Warne at Birmingham on 17.06.99 : 4 for 54 by SL Malinga of Sri Lanka at Providence on 28.03.07 : 4 for 39 by SW Tait of Australia at Gros Islet on 25.04.07 and 4 for 15 by SCJ Broad at Chennai on 06.03.11.

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