ICC Champions Trophy: South Africa enter semis after tie against West Indies

Chasing South Africa's 230/6 in 31 overs, West Indies ended at 190/6 in 26.1 overs when rain ended play and scores were level according to D/L method.

updated: June 15, 2013 00:55 IST
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Cardiff: South Africa advanced into the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy on superior net run-rate after their rain-marred match against the West Indies in Cardiff on Friday ended in a tie.

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The West Indies, who had to win this match to go through to the last four, were exactly level on the Duckworth/Lewis system for rain-affected matches at 190 for six off 26.1 overs when Australian umpires Rod Tucker and Steve Davis decided the rain was too heavy to continue and took the players off the field for the final time at 7.43pm local time (1843 GMT).

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