The Proteas continue to obliterate oppositions with their batting might as they register a 149-run win against the Tigers after thrashing England by 229 runs in their previous game at the same venue in Mumbai. The win today moves South Africa to the second spot on the points table and it has the best NRR in the tournament. The usual suspects delivered for South Africa with the bat. While Quinton de Kock slammed his third century of the tournament, Heinrich Klaasen ransacked 90 runs off 49 balls while Aiden Markram chipped in with a 69-ball 60 as South Africa posted an imposing 382 for five. Bangladesh’s challenge fizzled out very early and despite Mahmudullah’s valiant hundred, around which the tail also wagged a bit, the Tigers were always fighting a losing battle. Bangladesh now slips to the bottom of the standings and next plays Netherlands in Kolkata on October 28, while South Africa takes on Pakistan in Chennai on October 27. That will be all from us today. Join us again tomorrow for Australia vs Netherlands from Delhi. Thank you and goodnight!