After a disastrous start to the series‚ South Africa have taken control and are looking to level the series against Bangladesh. They have a few options at their disposal to do so‚ and the addition of Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi could help. Ngidi took 1 for 75 in the first ODI‚ which was a career-best against Bangladesh. The second ODI will be played at the same venue and Bangladesh will be looking to cross 200 first. In the second ODI‚ South Africa were bowled out for 194 runs against Bangladesh's 194 runs. In reply‚ Kagiso Rabada took five wickets for 39 runs. The visitors scored 194 runs in all‚ and were all out for only 154. This match was a rematch of the first match‚ in which the Proteas beat South Africa by 38 runs. On the day of the match‚ a physio sprayed an injured area. Kagiso Rabada took five wickets for 39 runs. In the second ODI‚ Bangladesh's skipper‚ Tamim-Iqbal‚ returned to the field with a golden duck. The bowlers also celebrated the win. The second ODI is set to be played on 23 March. After a brilliant opening session‚ the Bangladesh bowlers set the stage for the historic win. Shakib Al Hasan struck 77 off 50 balls. Litton Das added 50‚ while Yasir Ali hit 50. In addition to these wicket-taking bowlers‚ the bowlers did not allow Bangladesh to score a hundred in the second ODI. The second ODI between South African and Bangladesh will be played on 23 March‚ with the decider to be played on 23 March. With a win in the first ODI‚ Bangladesh leveled the series against their rival. The final game will be decided on 23 March. The match is scheduled to be a must-see event for cricket fans‚ and the two teams will face off again on 23 March. Earlier‚ South Africa scored a whopping 72 runs in the first powerplay without losing a wicket. In the second ODI‚ Quinton de Kock made a brilliant fifty off 29 balls. During the first innings‚ Quinton de Kock hit seven fours and a six. He is in sensational form and has the potential to smash a century on day two. The second ODI between South America and Bangladesh was played at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg. In the first ODI‚ South Africa had a total of 194 for nine wickets.
After a successful powerplay‚ Quinton de Kock hit a half-century off 29 balls. He was on the brink of completing his 28th ODI fifty off 26 balls. After a shock ODI loss‚ the two sides will continue to play a two-Test series in Durban on March 31. The two teams have the potential to play a three-match ODI in Durban. However‚ a defeat in the first ODI would be a major setback for both sides. In the second ODI‚ the series is still tied. The second ODI was a crucial one for both teams. The victory for Bangladesh meant that South Africa leveled the three-match series against Bangladesh. The ODI is the first of the three matches between the two sides and a deciding match will be played on 23 March. If the two teams don't win the game‚ the match will be a draw. Earlier‚ Bangladesh had won the toss and had to bat. During the first ODI‚ the hosts chose to bat. A batting order of 314-7 was declared. Both sides had their chances in the second ODI. But the hosts' total was lower than the team's target. Neither team managed to score the required target.