England 8 (Taylor 54, Wilson 30, Luus 2-24 Khaka 2-28) Bit 221 South Africa 218 for 6 with 2 turnstiles (Du Preez 76, Wolvaardt 66)
Scorecard and Breaking Details
England made it to the fifth World Cup final, but South Africa also caused great fear in Bristol. The UK paid almost a towing price. When Sarah Taylor and Heather Knight pleated, the cruise turned into a full-fledged collapse when they lost three turnstiles in 11 delivery spaces. At 149 of 5 chasing 219, it was in the game.
But Britain dug deep to find a way out. Fran Wilson and Jenny Gun showed the depth of England's blow with six wins. Wilson was unable to scoop a ball aimed at 30 players who needed 40 in England against a short third-person from Shabu Nim Ismail.
It was easy from there, but the pressure could do something strange. South Africa took every step to make Nelson Mandela's day a memorable day. The match rested on the blade at the finals, and England needed three players. Ismail was responsible for cleaning the last three turnstiles and had the opportunity to get Gunn back on the first ball. The nerve howled. Then 2 of the 4 considered Laura Marsh as a fox with a slow ball. The English players were now in tenterhooks.
South Africa needed two turnstiles. Anya Shrubsole, who rarely needed to play in the tournament, went on strike. She saw the blast and broke through the winning points. Another World Cup dream collapsed and British soldiers were wounded.
If you think about the loss that South Africa hurts, it's probably rumored to let the British drift when Taylor whipped and drove Taylor half a century later. Until then, they withdrew 10-over orders from Ayabongo Khaka, making two turnstiles, including Tammy Beaumont, the highest batter in the tournament.
But Taylor's 78-run stand with the knight had a contractile effect. In addition, some color changes in the field did not solve the problem early in the pursuit. Trisha Chetty, who has the most dismissal records in women's ODI, had a particularly bad day.
All this meant that the process could not be controlled until South Africa returned to Dane Van Nier in an effort to inspire. 33 years old and older received one hand to chase Taylor to hit Taylor directly at the end of the striker. They weren't the same side there. The acrobatic effort on Laura Wolvaardt's square bridge resent the article. South Africa's hopes lightened when Natalie Sciver looked around her leg by Sune Luus.
The tournament's best hitter lineup was seriously challenged by a gun attack. But England also took Gunn, and shortly after Mosaline Daniels removed Katherine Brunt, she threw the ball through two boundaries for the 47th time. But in the end, South Africa suffered their own lower-tier collapse, which resulted in a shortfall of at least 30%.
Wolvaardt and Mignon du Preez hit half a century, tilting South Africa 250 degrees with 77 in the third turnstile, but never gaining momentum. When Wolvaardt collapsed, the UK prevented the middle and low orders from disappearing on slow surfaces where the manufacturing scene was not easy.
However, the bat tart's batter control stood out when it was hard to run. She was hit by the maturation of a veteran who knows how to make up for a slow start. On the other hand, du Preez often improvised strokes by traversing the wrinkles or using the depth of the wrinkles to draw, cut and pull.
But the first signs of comfort have resulted in the article introducing the spin. It was a sign that they did homework. Laura Marsh and Alex Hatri tied a rundown in the middle overrun before the Knights reaped her reward when the ball came out when Ulvard tried to cut ferocious delivery. Three balls scrambled into the run for Marizanne Kapp.
At 250, South Africa's last dice roll replaced Masabata Klaas with Van Niekerk and Chloe Tryon. Because I needed a middle muscle. South Africa's innings quickly descended on a free fall when she had a simple return on the third ship. Du Preez's undefeated 76 was necessary to give them a chance of fighting, but it wasn't enough.
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