Who Won Yesterday's T20 World Cup Match, SA vs BAN: Yesterday Match 21 Result, Top Performers And POTM

Who Won Yesterday's T20 World Cup Match, SA vs BAN: Check the results of yesterday's T20 World Cup match, along with top players, match winners, top scorers, top wicket-takers and the Player of the Match from the 21st match at Times Now.
South Africa beat Bangladesh by four runs on June 10

South Africa beat Bangladesh by four runs in the T20 World Cup 2024 match played on June 10.

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KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • South Africa beat Bangladesh by four runs on Monday (June 10).
  • Heinrich Klaasen top-scored for the South African team and also won the POTM award.
  • Keshav Maharaj dismissed three Bangladeshi batters for 27 runs in four overs.
Yesterday's T20 World Cup Match Results, SA vs BAN: The Aiden Markram-led South African team beat Bangladesh by four runs in match No. 21 of the T20 World Cup 2024 to become the first team to qualify for the Super 8s. In the match played at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York on Monday (June 10), South Africa posted a total of 113 runs for the loss of six wickets and then restricted Najmul Hossain Shanto’s men to 109 for seven in 20 overs. The win over Bangladesh was South Africa's third win in as many matches played so far, whereas it was Bangladesh’s first loss in two matches.
Top players
For the second match in a row, Heinrich Klaasen and David Miller came to rescue South Africa after they suffered a top-order collapse, and then in the second innings, Keshav Maharaj proved his worth by taking three wickets for 27 runs in four overs. The star spinner successfully defended 11 runs in the last over to seal a hard-fought win for the African team.
Top scorers
Heinrich Klaasen finished as the top scorer for South Africa in the first inning after Aiden Markram won the toss and opted to bat first at the tricky New York track. The right-handed wicketkeeper-batter faced 44 balls during his stay at the crease and hammered three sixes and two fours. He added 79 runs for the fifth wicket, along with David Miller, who made 29 runs from 38 balls. For Bangladesh, Towhid Hridoy topped the run-scorers chart by making 37 runs from 34 balls.
Top wicket-takers
Pacer Tanzim Hasan Sakib picked up three wickets for 18 runs in four overs for Bangladesh to help them restrict Proteas for 113 runs, and then during the run chase, Keshav Maharaj dismissed three batters for 27 runs to prevent the Asian side from chasing down the 114-run total and winning two matches in a row.
Player of the Match
For scoring 46 runs from 44 balls, which helped South Africa post a fighting total in the first inning, Heinrich Klaasen won the Player of the Match award.
Upcoming matches
South Africa will wrap up its Group D campaign on Friday (June 14). In the last match, the Aiden Markam-led side will face Nepal at the Arnos Vale Ground in Kingstown, St. Vincent. Bangladesh, on the other hand, will face the Netherlands on June 13 and Nepal on June 16 at the same venue.
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