In pics: India vs South Africa, World T20 warm-up

Cricketnext | Updated: March 13, 2016, 12:33 AM IST
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  • Quinton de Kock scored a magnificent 56 off 33 balls to guide South Africa to a mammoth 196/8 against India. (Getty Images)

    Quinton de Kock scored a magnificent 56 off 33 balls to guide South Africa to a mammoth 196/8 against India. (Getty Images)

  • Jasprit Bumrah claimed two wickets four-over spell giving away 51 runs. (Getty Images)

    Jasprit Bumrah claimed two wickets four-over spell giving away 51 runs. (Getty Images)

  • JP Duminy scored 67 off 44 balls. (Getty Images)

    JP Duminy scored 67 off 44 balls. (Getty Images)

  • Mohammed Shami claimed 2 wickets in his four-over spell giving away 37 runs. (Getty Images)

    Mohammed Shami claimed 2 wickets in his four-over spell giving away 37 runs. (Getty Images)

  • Dhawan, riding his luck initially, and Ajinkya Rahane (11) revived the innings with a brief stand of 32 before the latter was dismissed by Imran Tahir with a googly in the over after power play ended. (Getty Images)

    Dhawan, riding his luck initially, and Ajinkya Rahane (11) revived the innings with a brief stand of 32 before the latter was dismissed by Imran Tahir with a googly in the over after power play ended. (Getty Images)

  • Chasing the 197-run target set by the Proteas, India recovered from a poor start through a partnership of 94 runs between left-handers Shikhar Dhawan (73) and Suresh Raina (41). (Getty Images)

    Chasing the 197-run target set by the Proteas, India recovered from a poor start through a partnership of 94 runs between left-handers Shikhar Dhawan (73) and Suresh Raina (41). (Getty Images)

  • Requiring 43 in 18 balls, Dhoni hit Steyn for a six and a four in successive balls and two 2s to bring down the target by 15 runs in the 18th over at the end of which India needed 28 runs. (Getty Images)

    Requiring 43 in 18 balls, Dhoni hit Steyn for a six and a four in successive balls and two 2s to bring down the target by 15 runs in the 18th over at the end of which India needed 28 runs. (Getty Images)

First Published: March 12, 2016, 10:05 PM IST
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1 India 4338 121
2 Australia 4797 109
3 South Africa 3528 107
4 England 5071 101
5 New Zealand 4011 98
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