Zimbabwe bowlers impress despite loss to Proteas in second ODI

The Zimbabwe Chevrons failed to capitalise on another terrific display by their bowlers as they fell to a 120-run defeat at the hands of South Africa in the second one-day international match between the two neighbours played at the in Bloemfontein last night.

Sean Tafirenyika

After bundling the home side out for 198, the tourists had seemingly put themselves in a good position to level the three-match series. But an erratic pitch turned out to be a huge factor as Proteas bowler Dale Steyn, who scored his maiden ODI half-century, completed his man-of-the-match performance with a two-wicket haul. The bowling honours, however, belonged to Proteas spinner Imran Tahir who took six wickets, including a hat-trick, as Zimbabwe folded for 78 to hand South Africa victory as well as the series with a match to go.

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