The Proteas have set a target of 257 for England to chase after batting first in the 3rd One Day International (ODI) fixture at Wanderers, Johannesburg. Captain Quinton de Kock was the first batsman to reach to a half century before being bowled out by spinner Adil Rashid, with 69 runs.
David Miller later in the innings also managed to secure a half century and going all the way to end the Proteas innings with 69 runs not out, leaving his side with 256 runs in their 50 overs.
Proteas lead the ODI series with a 1-0 lead after having the second international rained out in Durban.
Innings break | SA: 256-7
That’s the 50 overs done!
Miller (69*) wraps it up a 6 and brings up the 50 partnership for the 8th wicket.
De kock also notched up a half-century with his 69.
— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) February 9, 2020