Impact Sheet

PLAYER

MATCH IMPACT

AB de Villiers

100

Quinton de Kock

84

Wayne Parnell

81

Colin de Grandhomme

77

Dwaine Pretorius

70

Andile Phehlukwayo

47

Kagiso Rabada

31

Faf du Plessis

31

Trent Boult

23

Mitchell Santner

22

Kane Willamson

22

James Neesham

17

Jean-Paul Duminy

16

Ross Taylor

14

Tim Southee

14

Tom Latham

11

Hashim Amla

9

Imran Tahir

4

Neil Broom

3

David Miller

2

Lockie Ferguson

2

Dean Brownlie

2

Note: In a career context, all numbers are restricted between 0 and 5. However, in a match context, the numbers are not restricted. For simplicity, we are changing the scale here in the report and expressing every Match Impact number as a percentage. The maximum percentage (100) is assigned to the highest impact player of the match. All other players in the match are scaled relative to him. Negative Match Impact indicates that not only did the player not contribute in the match, but he also had an adverse effect on his team’s chances.​​

Scorecard

South Africa thrashed New Zealand by 159 runs in Wellington on Saturday (25 Feb) and took a 2-1 lead in the five-match One-Day International series.

AB de Villiers was the highest impact player and batsman of the third ODI.

South Africa’s captain started cautiously and finished as the top scorer (80-ball 85). His knock had Strike Rate Impact and Partnership-Building Impact . He had Fielding Impact (one catch) and Captaincy Impact as well.

Dwaine Pretorius was the highest impact bowler following an impressive effort with the ball. He claimed three wickets (3 for 5 in 5.2 overs) – including two top-middle order scalps – and had the highest Economy Impact in the match.

And for his all-round showing, Colin de Grandhomme finished as New Zealand’s highest impact player (2 for 40 in ten overs, and an unbeaten run-a-ball 34).

While four New Zealanders and three South Africans failed this evening, the home team had no answer to the high impact performances of de Villiers, Quinton de Kock (70-ball 68), Wayne Parnell (32-ball 35, followed by 2 for 33 in eight overs) and Pretorius.

 

Karthik Swaminathan