Injured du Plessis sidelined from T20 series against Bangladesh

Be afraid AB de Villiers looks back to his best

He was helped off the field but his absence didn't hamper South Africa.

THE Standard Bank Proteas wrapped up the Momentum ODI Series with a 200-run victory over Bangladesh in the final match at Buffalo Park in East London on Sunday.

Captain Faf du Plessis led the South African batting effort with 91, and was denied a century when he sustained a lower back injury while pushing for a second run.

Shakib showed some excellent fight, though, registering his 35th ODI half-century in a 67 run partnership with Rahman before Markram, fresh of his half-century earlier in the day, dismissed both to cap off an excellent first outing in the South African ODI team.

Playing in the 50-over format for the first time since making 113 on his ODI debut past year, Temba Bavuma was out on 48 when he fell to Mehedi Hasan (2-59), having put on 119 alongside Quinton de Kock after Du Plessis won the toss and opted to bat.

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Interestingly, Markram swops batting places with Temba Bavuma in the white ball format, meaning Bavuma will actually open the batting with Quinton de Kock. He has been replaced by JP Duminy as skipper in the T20s.

South Africa stuttered in the middle overs with the wickets of AB de Villiers, Andile Phehlukwayo and Wiaan Mulder, another player on debut, falling in quick succession. Bangladesh bowlers Taskin Ahmed and Rubel Hossain tasted some late success and South Africa's innings came to an end with 369 for 6 on the board after 50 overs. Dane Paterson, the fast bowler, was South Africa's most successful bowler with 3/44.

The visitors' response started poorly as Paterson removed Imrul Kaynes (1) and Lifton Das (6) inside the first four overs.

While du Plessis was named the Player of the Match, de Kock won the Player of the Series honours after piling up 287 runs.

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