Joburg Super Kings vs MI Cape Town, 29th Match

TOSS: MI Cape Town, elected to field first

“Joburg Super Kings won by 76 runs”

Joburg Super Kings  (20 overs maximum)

Faf du Plessis (c)c Rashid Khan b Linde011000.00
Reeza Hendricks c David b Curran0612000.00
Leus du Plooy not out814893111168.75
Sibonelo Makhanya c Rabada b Curran43910133.33
Matthew Wade †b Archer40182181222.22
Donovan Ferreira c †Roelofsen b Brevis19182302105.55
Kyle Simmonds b Archer1315210186.66
Romario Shepherd not out15111202136.36
Extras: (b 6, lb 5, w 6) 17

TOTAL: 20 Ov (RR: 9.45) 189/6

Did not bat: Gerald Coetzee, Lizaad Williams, Maheesh Theekshana 

Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Faf du Plessis, 0.1 ov), 2-12 (Reeza Hendricks, 1.6 ov), 3-34 (Sibonelo Makhanya, 3.3 ov), 4-80 (Matthew Wade, 7.3 ov), 5-113 (Donovan Ferreira, 12.4 ov), 6-156 (Kyle Simmonds, 17.2 ov)

George Linde201618.0072100
Sam Curran312628.66125100
Jofra Archer403528.75122300
Kagiso Rabada302709.0075000
Rashid Khan4042010.5054020
Tim David201407.0042000
Dewald Brevis201819.0050200

Joburg Super Kings innings

  • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 6.0 (Mandatory – 66 runs, 3 wickets)
  • Over 3.4: Review by Joburg Super Kings (Batting), Umpire – M Erasmus, Batter – MS Wade (Upheld)
  • Joburg Super Kings: 50 runs in 5.1 overs (31 balls), Extras 5
  • Over 5.2: Review by MI Cape Town (Bowling), Umpire – M Erasmus, Batter – MS Wade (Struck down – Umpires Call)
  • Strategic Timeout: Joburg Super Kings – 81/4 in 8.0 overs (JL du Plooy 31, D Ferreira 1)
  • Over 10.2: Review by Joburg Super Kings (Batting), Umpire – AT Holdstock, Batter – D Ferreira (Upheld)
  • Joburg Super Kings: 100 runs in 10.5 overs (65 balls), Extras 5
  • Over 12.6: Review by MI Cape Town (Bowling), Umpire – AT Holdstock, Batter – JL du Plooy (Struck down)
  • JL du Plooy: 50 off 32 balls (7 x 4, 1 x 6)
  • Strategic Timeout: Joburg Super Kings – 145/5 in 16.0 overs (JL du Plooy 68, KI Simmonds 9)
  • Joburg Super Kings: 150 runs in 16.2 overs (98 balls), Extras 5
  • Innings Break: Joburg Super Kings – 189/6 in 20.0 overs (JL du Plooy 81, R Shepherd 15)

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MI Cape Town  (T: 190 runs from 20 overs)

Rassie van der Dussen c Ferreira b Simmonds15203720133.33
Wesley Marshall lbw b Theekshana48130050.00
Grant Roelofsen †b Simmonds2124270187.50
Dewald Brevis b Coetzee27265302103.84
George Linde b Coetzee47111057.14
Tim Davidc Hendricks b Simmonds1781012212.50
Delano Potgieterc du Plessis b Theekshana2460050.00
Sam Curranc Coetzee b Ferreira2550040.00
Rashid Khan (c)c sub (JN Malan) b Coetzee45110080.00
Jofra Archerc †Wade b Williams2350066.66
Kagiso Rabadanot out035000.00
Extras: (b 4, nb 1, w 5) 10
TOTAL: 17.5 Ov (RR: 6.33) 113/10

Fall of wickets: 1-15 (Wesley Marshall, 2.4 ov), 2-48 (Rassie van der Dussen, 7.3 ov), 3-49 (Grant Roelofsen, 7.5 ov), 4-55 (George Linde, 9.4 ov), 5-82 (Tim David, 11.4 ov), 6-85 (Delano Potgieter, 12.4 ov), 7-90 (Sam Curran, 13.6 ov), 8-104 (Rashid Khan, 15.5 ov), 9-107 (Jofra Archer, 16.3 ov), 10-113 (Dewald Brevis, 17.5 ov)

Kyle Simmonds302337.6662100
Lizaad Williams301113.66110011
Maheesh Theekshana401624.00100010
Gerald Coetzee3.502737.04131220
Romario Shepherd302909.6661210
Donovan Ferreira10313.0030000

MI Cape Town innings

  • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 6.0 (Mandatory – 38 runs, 1 wicket)
  • Over 2.4: Review by MI Cape Town (Batting), Umpire – AT Holdstock, Batter – WB Marshall (Struck down)
  • MI Cape Town: 50 runs in 8.3 overs (52 balls), Extras 3
  • Strategic Timeout: MI Cape Town – 54/3 in 9.0 overs (D Brevis 2, GF Linde 4)
  • Strategic Timeout: MI Cape Town – 85/6 in 12.4 overs (D Brevis 13)
  • Over 14.2: Review by Joburg Super Kings (Bowling), Umpire – AT Holdstock, Batter – Rashid Khan (Struck down)
  • MI Cape Town: 100 runs in 15.1 overs (92 balls), Extras 9


Player of the Match: Leus du Plooy(JSK) Timing throughout the entire inning was challenging. We had the opportunity to play on it yesterday, and I got lucky, so we reached a respectable total. I questioned him about the weather and am confident that he will buy me a beer later [on Wade]. With a captain like Faf and a coach like Fleming who has won numerous IPL championships, it is an amazing tournament to be a part of. I’ll keep growing and learning as much as I can.

Rashid Khan(MICT): We had the ball under control when we started, but in the middle, we failed to carry out our strategy. It cost us because we made runs. It wasn’t a 190-run wicket. It ought to have been less than 150, and that would have been a fantastic total for us to go after. There is a lesson to be learned, and the next time will be much better. Overall, if you look at this tournament, we didn’t play the game well and didn’t score enough runs with our hitting. We have only scored 2-3 fifty-scores in the past ten games, which hurts in T20s. There are a lot of balls to play with—120—so that’s something to think about. We lost wickets at crucial moments when we needed to score runs. I was blown away by how crowded every stadium was and how successful the competition was. I believe this will grow significantly after the IPL and reach a new level within the next three to four years.

Faf du Plessis(JSK): I was considering how to play the arm-ball and half-tracker that was intended to be sent for four. The only ball in the entire game that did that probably struck a patch and spun. You could see Wade play with energy, play those laps with excellent alternatives for him, and that the powerplay is crucial for trying to establish an advantage in the game. Du Plooy is having a terrific time; he has a lot of maturity for someone his age. The majority of the nation’s spinners are contributing, and the weather is a little bit dryer. The wicket is not a traditional Jo’Burg wicket. Your plans are based on what you see about the situation there. He is [on Coetzee] developing swiftly at a raw speed. Really upset; a home semifinal would have been ideal, but our location will change. There is a bowler’s cemetery there, so we must alter our plans and return.

“JSK scored a significant victory in a game that had no bearing on the battle for the semifinals. Although MICT had a good lineup at the plate, they never got going. Wesley Marshall left first, and the others soon after. Kyle Simmonds had two crucial hits in one over, and Brevis had the highest score with 27. JSK’s fielding was excellent, and the bowling just benefited from that. Despite Lizaad Williams’ fast and furious bowling, Gerald Coetzee and Simmonds each took six wickets to help their team to a straightforward victory”.