SA survive Sammy blitz

Chasing South Africa's 300 for seven, the West Indies ended on 283 with Sammy not out on 58 from just 24 deliveries which included six towering sixes and a pair of fours.
South Africa's innings was built on commanding half centuries by Hashim Amla (92) and Jacques Kallis (85) at the Sir Vivian Richards ground. Amla dominated an opening stand of 89 with captain Graeme Smith (37) then partnered Kallis as they put on 79 for the second wicket. AB de Villiers hammered 41 from 35 balls with three fours and a six.

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