Throughout the 2nd ODI between South Africa and Sri Lanka in Centurion, stand-in wicketkeeper David Miller tried a lightning-quick stumping which earned him comparability to MS Dhoni from his captain, Faf du Plessis.
The incident took place within the 32nd over of the Sri Lankan innings. South Africa’s common wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock walked off the sector as his facet wanted only one wicket to win the event. As leg-spinner Imran Tahir tossed the ball, Oshada Fernando seemed to damage it over midwicket for a boundary however didn’t make any reference to the ball.
Miller, in the meantime, no longer best stuck the ball which sharply spun clear of the batsman but in addition got rid of the bails in a flash. Lauding his effort, Faf, who was once fielding at slips, known as Miller ‘MSD’ – in connection with India veteran MS Dhoni.
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— TROLL MAMA 🗯 (@SrinimamaTrolls) March 7, 2019
The Proteas have taken a 2-Zero collection lead within the five-match collection after profitable the second one ODI by means of 113 runs. Having been put into bat, the hosts posted a powerful 251 at the board, with De Kock the famous person with 94.
In answer, Sri Lanka by no means seemed like chasing the full as they misplaced wickets at common durations. In spite of some stubbornness proven by means of the middle-order, the guests have been bowled out for an insignificant 138 in 32.2 overs.