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SportAustralia v South Africa: Home fans fall in love with Marcus Stoinis' - the game-changer

22:14  09 november  2018
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Australia beat South Africa in ODI

Australia beat South Africa in ODI Australia ended a one-day losing streak with a seven-run win against South Africa in Friday's one-day international at Adelaide Oval.

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South Africa fall short in run chase at Adelaide Oval. Hosts win by sevens runs to set up series Marcus Stoinis was Australia ’s key man as they claimed a rare ODI victory over South Africa . Miller changes the tempo of the game with one swipe of his blade, lofting the first delivery of Stoinis ’

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Australia have secured their first win of the summer and home fans are rallying behind all-rounder Marcus Stoinis - the man they are trumpeting as their saviour.

The West Australian was in the thick of the action during the second ODI against South Africa, creating highlights with his bowling, fielding and even with the bat in hand - even if t was for the wrong reason.

While names like Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins headline Australia's bowling line-up, Stoinis' name was the one up in lights as he produced a team-high three wickets with a 3.50 economy, including the game-changing scalp of Proteas batsman David Miller (51).

Cricketers 'drained' by noise: Stoinis

Cricketers 'drained' by noise: Stoinis Allrounder Marcus Stoinis says Australia's win against South Africa in Friday night's one-dayer is a confidence-booster.

South Africa v Pakistan South Africa v Pakistan. A top-order batsman and medium-pace bowler, Marcus Stoinis debuted for his home state of Western Australia at the age of 19, but won limited opportunities with the Warriors and moved to Victoria to further his career.

Marcus Peter Stoinis (born 16 August 1989) is an Australian cricketer who plays limited overs cricket for the Australian national team. He is contracted to Western Australia and the Melbourne Stars

Originally given not-out, a confident Stoinis urged skipper Aaron Finch - who had reason to be hesitant after Travis Head wasted one early during their batting innings - to send it upstairs.

But after a spoiler-alert triggered by a technological blunder, Australia edged closer to an emotional victory and Stoinis' face captured it all.

The 29-year-old Test hopeful was also the mastermind of a remarkable run-out, perfectly launching a missile from the out-field before Alex Carey's slick glove-work did the rest.

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Marcus Stoinis was named as his replacement.[12] Hardik Pandya was left out the squad for the last two matches of the series due to a shoulder injury.[13] Mitchell Starc was ruled This was Australia 's first Test win in India since 2004 and the first win by any visiting team in India since 2012.[21].

Check Australia vs South Africa 1st ODI 2018, South Africa tour of Australia 2018/19 Match scoreboard, ball by ball commentary, updates only on Then de Kock, Hendricks and Markram made pretty light work of the chase. Marcus Stoinis nabbed three wickets but there wasn't much else to get

The two runs to his name are far from encouraging, but when you look at Stoinis' dismissal there is reason to feel sympathetic.

When desperate times are producing cricket of this quality, all fans want is more.

Here's a few messages for selectors.

Australia win toss, bowl in Sth Africa T20.
Australia have won the toss and sent South Africa into bat in their rain-delayed Twenty20 international on the Gold Coast. Play will get under way at Metricon Stadium from 9:10pm - almost two hours after the scheduled start. Australia have overlooked their spinners Adam Zampa and Ashton Agar and gone with a four-pronged pace attack of Jason Behrendorff, Andrew Tye, Nathan Coulter-Nile and Billy Stanlake. South Africa have injected allrounder Chris Morris, spinner Tabraiz Shamsi and Farhaan Behardien - the only members of their squad who had not featured in their 2-1 one-day series win over Australia.

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