The century of Rassie van der Dussen helped South Africa ruin Ben Stokes’ farewell to Ben Stokes’ day’s international cricket. Protea scored 62 runs at the home ground of England star Durham, scoring 1-0 in a three-game series.

Van der Dussen’s career best 134 was the cornerstone of South Africa’s 335-5 and the highest ODI total in England.

He also shared 109 stands with opener Jeanne Manmaran (57) and 151 stands with Aiden Lamb, who made the stylish 77.

Test captain Stokes did not have a fairytale finish in the career of international cricket over the age of 50, who won the best player in England’s 2019 World Cup final.

The struggling 31-year-old Paceman took an expensive 0-44 with 5 overs in the heat of the heat after being cheered on by loyal home fans when he led England to the field.

Stokes missed the reverse sweep and made only 5 with a bat before becoming lbw on the off-spinner Mark Lamb.

Stokes announced on Monday that the game will be his 105th and final match at this level. A dynamic all-rounder said the crowded England match schedule needed to dump ODI in order to do its best in the test and Twenty20.

-‘I miss Stokes’-

World Cup winner Jos Buttler (now England’s White Ball Captain) thanked Stokes for his work on ODI.

“Three years ago (the 2019 World Cup final) will be memorable for a long time, but whether it’s training or a match, he appears every day and puts in 100 percent.

“He was a great ambassador to us at ODI Cricket. We miss him.”

Joe Root took responsibility for Stokes after he was dismissed with 50 run-a-balls.

But with England already below 6 wickets, the goals from the last 8 overs to 103 were too many even for the world’s top-ranked test hitters.

The route was finally bowled to an excellent 86 by Express Quick Henrich Norche, who finished from 8.5 over to 4-53.

“Today, the boys were really clinical,” South African captain Keshav Maharaj told Sky Sports. “Lassie tuned in with a bat, and then the bowlers stuck to their plans really well, so giving everyone full credit for their performance.”

On the day when the temperature reached 37 degrees Celsius, it was natural for Maharaj, a skipper to replace the injured Temba Bavma, to choose the bat first after winning the toss.

“I didn’t expect the heat wave in England to get so hot. I missed it as if I were at home!” Maharaj said.

However, the condition hit England’s ODI debut, Matthew Potts. Matthew Potts was called after the recent defeat of the 2-1 Series to India, who bowled just four overs before leaving the field due to the heat.

England’s opening round, Jason Roy (43) and Johnny Bainesu (63), have formed 102 partnerships with 19 overs and have begun pursuing 50 over world champions.

However, the stand ended when Roy chipped Maharaj, the spinner on his left arm, and David Miller ran around from the long off.

Bairstow, who was pardoned when Lungi Ngidi dropped his usual chance on the long leg, soon became lbw in a sweep to Markram (2-25).

Slow bowling also proved to be reverted to the bowled butler, captured for 12 minutes by the left arm wrist spinner Tabrais Shamushi.

Butler is proud of how England was hit by the heat of the heat, saying: With bats. “

Earlier, a glimpse of Van der Dussen’s leg off Karan confirmed that he had become a 90-ball 100, including nine fours. It was a 33-year-old 3rd century with 36 ODIs and first played against England.

He surpassed his previous highest ODI score of 129, which he did not play against India in Pearl in January this year, after Spinner kept the two-ball low in Liam Livingstone’s delivery after he dismissed Mark Lamb.

The series continues on Friday at Old Trafford.

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