World Cup 2019: New Zealand beats South Africa to go on top of the points table

Re-live the excitement from the ICC World Cup league match between New Zealand and South Africa match from Edgbaston.

Rain delay
The start of the match was delayed due to wet outfield. Play started after a 90 minute delay, with a reduction of one over for each side. New Zealand won the toss and put South Africa in first. Photo: AP
Fans in colourful attire cheer as South Africa and New Zealand took the field after a delay. Photo: AP
Quinton de Kock
Quinton de Kock had no answer to this delivery from Trent Boult. The ball nipped a bit off the seam and de Kock tried to heave it to the leg side, he lost it all. Photo: AP
Hashim Amla
A landmark game for Hashim Amla. He surpassed the 8,000 run mark in ODIs, the second fastest to do so, after Virat Kohli. Photo: AP
Lockie Ferguson
Lockie Ferguson bowls a perfect yorker to Faf du Plessis and the South African captain had no clue about it. The ball hit the timber as du Plessis looked for answers. Photo: AFP
Rassie van der Dussen
South Africa's Rassie van der Dussen lifted his team to a total of repute with a half-century. While his teammates weren't able to convert the starts, Dussen made sure he made no mistake with the bat by picking his shots to perfection. Photo: Reuters
Chris Morris took the wickets of Ross Taylor, Tom Latham and James Neesham to halt New Zealand's progress and reduce it to 137 for five in 32.2 overs, thereby giving South Africa the edge in a must-win game. Photo: Getty Images
Colin de Grandhomme almost lost his wicket a number of times against South Africa. But the 32-year-old New Zealand all-rounder scored 60 off just 47 balls and put up an important 91-run partnership with his skipper Kane Williamson to take his side closer to a win. Photo: Getty Images
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson brought up his 12th ODI century to guide the nation to the top of the 2019 ICC World Cup ponts table with nine points in five games. Photo: Getty Images