South Africa put on a significantly below par first innings total in their T20 World Cup Super 12 match against Australia, and their limp batting effort was perhaps best summed up by the comedy run out of Keshav Maharaj. With the score at 83/6 after 14.2 overs, the left-arm spinner looked to nurdle a single, before the ball was thrown for what appeared to be an overthrow. However, Aiden Markram stayed down his end, with Maharaj stranded half way up as Glenn Maxwell lobbed the ball in from cow corner.
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