Meg Lanning equalled Charlotte Edwards’ record of 9 ODI hundreds, the most by a lady, with speedy 134 to content Australia’s win against South Africa in the second ODI by 66 keeps running by the Duckworth-Lewis Method in a rain-hit experience in Canberra. Lanning and Ellyse Perry, who scored a profession best 95*, put on 224 for the third wicket as Australia put on an aggressive 278. A rain break in the pursuit reexamined South Africa’s objective to 241 from 38 overs and they in the long run missed the mark when rain finished the match with their score on 5 for 119, when they ought to have been 186.
Lanning ended up out in the center ahead of schedule in the wake of choosing to bat. Opener Elyse Villani fell in the 6th over, and her accomplice Nicole Bolton followed in the following over as Mignon du Preez took a shocking one-gave get while jumping on her right side at in reverse point. Australia were diminished to 2 for 27 and it united Lanning and Perry.
Lanning commanded the association, raising her century off 94 balls, while Perry wandered to her fifty off 90 balls. The team drove the score past 250 amid their 236-ball association before medium-pacer Ayabonga Khaka (3-55) took an arrival catch to expel Lanning for a 122-ball 134 that included 20 fours. Perry scored her last 45 keeps running off 39 balls to overwhelm her past best of 93* that she had scored in the past amusement on Friday. Her 95* off 129 with seven fours helped Australia to 4 for 278 in their 50 overs.
Australia kept things tight toward the beginning of South Africa’s pursuit, opening with left-arm spinner Jess Jonassen in mix with Perry, and after that tossing legspinner Kristen Beams in with the general mish-mash after 11 overs. Perry broke the opening stand in the second finished, Jonassen struck in the fifth over and Beams caught du Preez lbw for 9 to diminish them to 3 for 45. Opener Suné Luus was still at the wrinkle, yet the moderate begin and the impedance of rain in the nineteenth over implied that South Africa were well behind the amended target when play continued.
Luus scored not out 60, her own best and second in a row fifty, yet two more wickets fell and a second spell of rain in the 32nd over finished the amusement with South Africa well shy of the standard score.