The fast bowling trio of the Kangaroos, Mitchell Johnson, Ryan Harris and James Pattinson destroyed the batting of the Proteas who are at the receiving end.
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England triumphed in the 2nd ODI vs. West Indies
The English bowlers crushed the solid looking batting of the West Indies who were bowled out cheaply and the visitors achieved the target easily in the end.
Australia dominates on day one – 3rd Test vs. South Africa
David Warner continued with his brilliant form whereas Michael Clarke and Steven Smith consolidated the position of the visitors with their unbeaten fifties.
The Windies grabbed the 1st ODI vs. England
Dwayne Bravo led his side from the front with an all round performance and defeated England by a narrow margin besides a superb ton from Michael Lumb on debut.
Easy win for the Windies – only ODI vs. Ireland
West Indies outclassed Ireland who was unable to set a reasonable target while batting first and the hosts chased it at ease with plenty of overs to spare.
South Africa squared the series – 2nd Test vs. Australia
The Proteas came back in the series by demolishing the strong batting line up of the Kangaroos twice within four days and clinched the encounter comfortably.
Kusal Perera leads Islanders to a series win – 3rd ODI vs. Bangladesh
Sri Lanka continued their excellent form vs. Bangladesh while beating the hosts with a brilliant century from Kusal Perera supported by an excellent bowling.
South Africa marching towards victory – 2nd Test vs. Australia
Hashim Amla got back to his form with a commendable innings whereas Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel penetrated through the Australian batting line up.
South Africa takes command – 2nd Test vs. Australia
Brilliant tons from the man in form, AB de Villiers and the middle order batsman, Jean-Paul Duminy lifted their side whereas the home bowlers put them on top.
The Proteas fight back – 2nd Test vs. Australia
Dean Elgar led South Africa with a masterly knock whereas a couple of fifties from the middle order batsmen strengthened the position of the home side.