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    导出博客文章Beating the masterIts not easy to confuse Hashim Amla, but Joe Mennie, playing
    in his just his second ODI, did just that. Mennies fourth ball pitched on middle
    and off. Amla, expecting it to come back in, looked to flick, but the ball
    straightened to beat the edge and clatter into the stumps. After a horror debut
    in which he conceded 82 without picking a wicket, Mennie would have felt a lot
    better about himself.Three figures... finallyRilee Rossouw didnt hide his
    unhappiness about not kicking on to get a hundred the previous two times he went
    past fifty in the series. So when he pulled one deep square leg and completed
    the single that took him there, Rossouw let him off steam. He punched the air
    several times, leapt up and beamed through his helmet before removing it to warm
    applause from the Newlands crowd.Not Dale Steyns nightAfter going for 17 runs in
    his first three overs, Steyn had the opportunity to make an impact on the field,
    but shelled it. Steyn was at third man when Aaron Finch, on 17, got a thick top
    edge off Kyle Abbott. Steyn ran in and angled himself sideways, imaging the
    breeze would blow the ball that way. He got to it but the ball bounced out as he
    fell. Steyn offered Abbott an immediate apology even as he scolded himself for
    misjudging it.Or Kagiso Rabadas As if it wasnt enough that Rabada had one chance
    put down, when Quinton de Kock reprieved David Warner on 11, another chance was
    put down off his bowling. Mitchell Marsh pulled to a short ball to deep square
    leg where Kyle Abbott was stationed a little inside. Had Abbott been a touch
    further back, he would have gobbled up the chance. Instead, he palmed over to
    add to Rabadas frustration.But it was Imran Tahirs In what will be his last
    appearance for South Africa this year - they only have Tests to come and Imran
    Tahir is not part of that set up - Tahir made sure to have his say when it
    mattered most. Australia were on track on 72 without loss after 13 overs when
    Tahir was introduced and he immediately confused Finch, first with a flatter
    delivery, then the legbreak, then the googly and then the flipper. Finch went
    back to cut but was undone by pace as the middle stump was disturbed. Tahir set
    off to celebrate in front of the Presidents Suite, with his team in tow. Two
    balls later, he deceived the Australian captain, Steve Smith, with a straight
    ball. Smith went back to drive, missed and was bowled. Tahir ran towards the
    oaks and the grandstand to give fans on that side of the ground an opportunity
    to share in his joy. As always, the team was in tow.Body language & banter
    Faf du Plessis had asked his team to use their body language to boss the
    opposition. Tahir tried. In the 38th over, after du Plessis agreed to review an
    lbw shout off Warner which replays showed had pitched outside leg, Warner and
    Tahir exchanged words. They continued their conversation even as the over ended.
    Tahir became more animated, while Warner only smiled. Tahir continued from his
    fielding position at short fine leg and had to be told to stop by his captain
    and then the umpires but in his next over, Tahir carried on. The umpires
    intervened and eventually Hashim Amla arrived to diffuse the situation. Tahir
    still had another over to bowl, which took place without incident. At the end of
    it, Warner put an arm around Tahirs shoulder in what seemed a peace offering.
    Tahir responded and all ended well.
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