The South African cricket team put in a disciplined performance to restrict Australia to 156/6 in the T20 World Cup Final in Cape Town.
The Proteas bowlers were on top form, with Lungi Ngidi taking 3/30 and Anrich Nortje 2/25. The Australian batsmen were unable to get going, with only Steve Smith (44) and Glenn Maxwell (30) making any real contribution.
The South African bowlers were accurate and consistent, and the Australian batsmen were unable to find the gaps in the field. The South African fielders were also sharp, taking some excellent catches to dismiss the Australian batsmen.
The South African batsmen will now have to chase 157 to win the T20 World Cup. It will be a tough ask, but the Proteas have shown that they are capable of chasing down big totals.
The South African team will be looking to make history by becoming the first African team to win the T20 World Cup. It will be a tough task, but the Proteas have shown that they are up to the challenge.
The T20 World Cup Final promises to be an exciting contest between two of the best teams in the world. It will be a great spectacle for cricket fans around the world.