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Sri Lanka shambolic, but more warning signs for victorious Proteas

Cape Community (South Africa) – Quinton de Kock hits out during his innings of 51, which was his fifth half-century score in a row, against Sri Lanka in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday.

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  • Quinton de Kock hits out during his innings of 51, which was his fifth half-century score in a row, against Sri Lanka in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday.
  • Photo: Deryck Foster/BackpagePixPORT ELIZABETH – South Africa cruised to a fourth consecutive victory in the ODI series against Sri Lanka on Wednesday, but they might have left Port Elizabeth with more questions than they arrived with.
  • De Kock (51 off 57 balls) went to a fifth half-century score in a row, while the home captain was untroubled in an entertaining 43 off 38 balls.
  • Have a look at how the boys went about their catching on the field 👇#ProteaFire #SAvSL pic.
  • #ProteaFire#SAvSL pic.twitter.com/NKDsC44sPq — Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) March 13, 2019It didn’t matter in the match, but there were warning signs for South Africa in the latter stages of the innings.

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