Quinton de Kock clean bowled by Sam Curran

Curran

Aryan Surana

A strong batting performance from South Africa saw them post a challenging 333 on the board in the first ODI against England at Chester-le-Street. South Africa were on the button right from the word go despite losing Quinton de Kock falling in the powerplay as Rassie van der Dussen kept the scoreboard ticking for the major part of the innings. He ended up scoring a fantastic hundred and was well supported by Janneman Malan and Aiden Markram as South Africa finished with a huge total despite not clearing the ropes even once.