A bit of frustration came out in Quinton de Kock's uncharacteristic celebration after his blazing hundred against Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL.
De Kock gave a batting masterclass enroute to an unbeaten 140 off 70 balls as he and Rahul (68 not out off 51) fired LSG to 210 for no loss, the highest opening stand in IPL history.
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Shimron Hetmyer's unbeaten 59 and a four-wicket haul from Yuzvendra Chahal helped Rajasthan Royals beat Lucknow Super Giants by three runs at the Wankhede Stadium.
Quinton de Kock was particularly harsh on compatriot Anrich Nortje who was playing his first game since November.
Lewis blazed away to an unbeaten 23-ball 55 as LSG, from a hopeless situation, overhauled an imposing target of 211 with three balls to spare.
De Kock is in the top five for the first time since the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019 after aggregating 229 runs that included a match-winning 124 in the final match in Cape Town.
De Kock struck 124 off 130 balls and added 144 runs for the fourth wicket with Dussen before India put the brakes on the home team's scoring by sending back both the batters in quick succession.
Quinton de Kock (78) and Malan (91) rose to the occasion with the bat as South Africa defeated India by seven wickets in the second ODI to gain an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
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A target of 288 was below-par on a flat track and the seasoned Quinton de Kock (78 off 66 balls) in the company of rising sensation Janneman Malan (91 off 108 balls) added 132 for first week.
Under transition, South Africa had banked on the 29-year-old to lend stability to the side and guide the youngsters, but his decision has put the Dean Elgar-led side in a spot of bother.
At 29, South Africa cricketer Quinton de Kock called time on his Test career last week citing family reasons.
De Kock is only 29 and it is believed that he will continue playing in the white-ball formats for the Proteas.
South Africa are going unchanged in the match while Bangladesh have made replaced injured all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan with Shamim Hossain and brought in Nasum Ahmed in place of Mustafizur Rahman.
David Miller's two last-over sixes powered South Africa to a four-wicket victory over Sri Lanka despite a hat-trick by Wanindu Hasaranga in a thrilling Super 12 match.
South Africa have made one change to their lineup with senior player de Kock coming in place of Heinrich Klassen, while Sri Lanka have fielded an unchanged XI.