Former skipper Kevin Pietersen has pointed out at poor team selection as the reason behind England's 340-run defeat to South Africa in the second Test at Trent Bridge that allowed the Proteas to level the series 1-1.
A collective bowling effort from South Africa saw them bowl out England for 133 runs in the final innings on day four as they completed a massive 340 run victory in the second Test at Trent Bridge to level the series 1-1.
Dean Elgar, Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis all scored half-centuries as South Africa declared their innings at 343 for nine on day three to set a target of 474 runs for England in the final innings of the second Test at Lord's.
A clinical bowling performance led by Natali Sciver's three wicket haul helped England restrict West Indies to 128 for nine to seal a 92 run victory in the 26th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Bristol as they finished the group stage at the top position.
After South Africa came up with a clinical bowling performance to bowl out England for 205 runs, Dean Elgar and Hashim Amla played responsible knocks to stretch the lead to 205 runs with nine wickets in hand at stumps on day two of the second Test at Trent Bridge.
Natalie Sciver and Tammy Beaumont scored 129 and 93 respectively as England went on to post 284 for nine in their innings and later restricted New Zealand to 209 and completed a 75-run victory in the 24th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Derby to make it to the semi-finals.