The ICC Champions Trophy 2013 continues to produce drama, none more so than in the tied match between South Africa and West Indies in Cardiff.
The rain set in moments after Kieron Pollard's dismissal had levelled the scores on the Duckworth/Lewis method, and as the players were unable to return, South Africa qualified for the semi-finals.
They had gone into the match level on points with West Indies but a superior net run-rate, which turned out to be the deciding factor.
The match saw South Africa post 230 for six in 31 overs with Colin Ingram hitting 73 before West Indies closed on 190 for six in 26.1 overs.
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