South Africa & Richard Levi

South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa, is a country located at the southern tip of Africa. Richard Ernst Levi (born 14 January 1988 in Johannesburg) is a South African cricketer. 5.0/5

South Africa Richard Levi New Zealand Jacques Kallis Hashim Amla Graeme Smith Sri Lanka Mumbai Indians South African West Indies Suresh Raina Yuvraj Singh Morne Morkel Mahela Jayawardene Albie Morkel Virat Kohli Chris Gayle Pune Warriors Shahid Afridi

Richard Levi is rested for today as Paul Harris, the left arm great from South Africa, replaces him. .
Another fantastic hundred for Richard Levi at Newlands tonight. South Africa are not maximising a very special talent
what can I say.South Africa made us proud.we did what Sri Lanka did to us on saturday. .why didnt we select Richard Levi and Henry Davids
Sunil Narine will turn out for the Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras in the RAM SLAM T20 for the first time on Friday, and coach Paul Adams admits that even the Cobras players are excited to see what tricks the West Indian mystery spinner has up his sleeve.   With the West Indies’ tour of New Zealand wrapping up earlier this week, Narine arrived in South Africa on Thursday and will go straight into the Cobras team for Friday’s game against the Chevrolet Knights at Chevrolet Park.   “It’s pretty exciting to have him in the fold and see what magic he can bring,” said Adams, who was a mystery spinner in his own right not so long ago.   “I think he’s a guy who’s shown around the world what he’s capable of in Twenty20 cricket so I think every player is excited to see what he’s capable of.”   In the batting department, Richard Levi will have the opportunity to remind everyone of his clean-hitting abilities as he comes in for Graeme Smith, who is taking a week’s rest ahead of a busy couple of ...
List of Twenty20 International records This is a list of Twenty20 International cricket records , that is record team and individual performances in Twenty20 International cricket . The highest innings total is currently held by Sri Lanka which made 260-6 off 20 overs against Kenya in Johannesburg on September 14, 2007. The first hat trick was taken by Australian Brett Lee vs Bangladesh in the 17th over on September 16, 2007. Richard Levi of South Africa scored a Twenty20 century in just 45 balls, with only Suresh Raina of India, Sri Lanka 's Mahela Jayawardene and Tillakaratne Dilshan , Chris Gayle of the West Indies and New Zealand's Brendon McCullum (the first player to score more than one hundred) and Martin Guptill also to reach 3 figures in international Twenty20 Cricket. Richie Berrington of Scotland became the first player from a non-Test playing nation to hit a century when he hit 100 off 56 balls against Bangladesh in July 2012. India's a Yuvraj Singh by hitting 6 sixes in an over on September 1 ...
STAT: SA vs NZL, 1st T20 *Brendon McCullum is the leading run-scorer in T20 international cricket with 1656 runs from 54 matches. He is also the only batsman to have scored two T20I centuries. *South Africa do not have any of their top nine leading run-scorers in T20 cricket in the current squad. Graeme Smith, JP Duminy, AB de Villiers, Jacques Kallis, Albie Morkel, Herschelle Gibbs,Loots Bosman, Hashim Amla and Mark Boucher are not part of the set-up for various reasons. Richard Levi is at No. 10 with 231 runs.
South Africa, knocked out of the tournament already, won the toss India most wanted to win, and asked India to bat first. India were desperate to chase so that they could know beforehand what they needed to do with the bat. To qualify for the semi-final India needed a big win to go past Pakistan's net run rate of +0.273. India began the match at -0.452. In case India manage to score 160, they will need to beat South Africa by at least 32 runs. If they manage 140, they will need to keep South Africa to 109. South Africa made the much-clamoured-for change, dropping the out of form Richard Levi for Faf du Plessis. They also brought back Albie Morkel to replace Wayne Parnell. India 1 Gautam Gambhir, 2 Virender Sehwag, 3 Virat Kohli, 4 Yuvraj Singh, 5 Suresh Raina, 6 Rohit Sharma, 7 MS Dhoni (capt. & wk), 8 Irfan Pathan, 9 L Balaji, 10 R Ashwin, 11 Zaheer Khan. South Africa 1 Hashim Amla, 2 Faf du Plessis, 3 Jacques Kallis, 4 JP Duminy, 5 AB de Villiers (capt & wk), 6 Farhaan Behardien, 7 Robin Peterson, 8 Alb ...
South Africa will not have fond memories of playing against Shahid Afridi after he was solely responsible for stopping their march at the 2009 event. Afridi was a one-man act as he destroyed a Graeme Smith-led side that had not lost a single match in the lead-up to the semi-finals with both bat and ball. He is a man for a big occasion and even though the contest is not a knockout, to make a statement of intent against one of the favourites may be just the stage for Afridi to perform as he did on that day. Power is the quality that most batsmen want to be able to use to score runs in the shortest format, but Hashim Amla has chosen a different route. Small adaptations to his game have allowed him to keep the class and still become the world's top-ranked ODI batsman. Flanked by the strength of the Richard Levi and the experience of Jacques Kallis, Amla is the calm in the South African batting line-up, something they will need as the tournament goes on. Team news Pakistan played the same XI in both their grou ...
South Africa suffered early jolts as they lost Richard Levi and Hashim Amla in quick succession against Sri Lanka in the rai...
icc cricket award 2012 West Indies bowler Sunil Narine - Emerging Cricketer of the Year 2012. George Dockrell of Ireland - ICC Associate and Affiliate Cricketer of the Year. South Africa batsman Richard Levi - ICC Twenty20 International Performance of the Year Sri Lanka's Kumar Dharmasena - ICC Umpire of the Year. New Zealand's Daniel Vettori - ICC Spirit of Cricket Award 2012. India's Virat Kohli is the ODI cricketer of the year.
Kallis, Levi deliver Zimbabwe the knock-out punch Bangalore, Thu Sep 20by Gokul Gopal Zimbabwe's World T20 campaign ended in a disappointment as South Africa delivered them the knock-out punch with a comfortable 10 wicket win. Jacques Kallis was the star for the Proteas, picking up 4/15 in his four overs while Morne Morkel, who did the early damage, finished with 2/16 to restrict Zimbabwe to a lowly 93/8. The chase was just a formality as Richard Levi (50*) and Hashim Amla (32*) helped Proteas through with no damage. South Africa win the toss battle Going into a match as underdogs and facing a do-or-die situation, a team has nothing to lose and Zimbabwe were in that position going up against their powerful African neighbours. South Africa won the toss and decided to bowl first on a pitch that had some moisture after heavy rain earlier in the day. Brendan Taylor was visibly a disappointed skipper on losing the toss as he said his team would have preferred to put the Proteas in had the spin of the coin gone ...
Smart stats The ten-wicket win is South Africa's second in Twenty20 internationals. Their last one came against Pakistan in 2007. It is also the second ten-wicket win in the Twenty20 World Cup after Australia's win over Sri Lanka in 2007, which occurred five years ago to the day. Zimbabwe's total of 93 is their second-lowest in Twenty20 internationals (completed innings only). Their lowest remains the 84 against New Zealand in 2010. The number of balls remaining (44) after the win is the second-highest for South Africa in Twenty20 internationals. There have been only two other occasions when chasing teams have won with more deliveries to spare in World Twenty20 games. Jacques Kallis' 4 for 15 is the fourth-best bowling performance by a South African bowler in Twenty20 internationals. His previous best was 2 for 20 against England in 2009. The number of runs conceded by Dale Steyn (9) is the lowest ever for a South African bowler in a completed spell of four overs. The 94-run stand between Richard Levi and ...
Just seen the South Africa v England scorecard, How on earth does Richard Levi get in the South African T20 team but not David Miller?
South Africa's Hashim Amla and Vernon Philander, Australia's Michael Clarke and Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara are in the running for the ICC Cricket of the Year award for 2012 - Cricket news from Cricinfo ICC Site
Cricket Trivia - Richard Levi of South Africa was the first player to score century in T20I debut match against New Zealand.
Headline: " Zimbabwe tri-series to be televised " Report: The unofficial Twenty20 tri-series between Zimbabwe, South Africa and Bangladesh in Harare this month will be broadcast on television, even though it was initially thought the series would not be televised. South African broadcaster SuperSport confirmed they wouldscreen the seven-match event live,as part of their commitment to both Cricket south Africa (CSA) and Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC). The rights have also been sold to Bangladesh television. "We are proud partners and wantto showcase the talents of youngsters like Chris Morris, Colin Ingram and Richard Levi," Brandon Foot, head of acquisitions and legal for SuperSport, said. "With South Africa's tour of England also due, I've little doubt that interest will be at a premium, notwithstanding the unofficial status."
Fastest century in test cricket was a list rarely discussed untill one day internationals came along and batsmen started to express themselves more freely. Fastest ODI century is another list that hadn't attracted enough eyeballs before twenty20 cricket came along and batters became carefree.. Fastest T20 century is still an overambitious list as we've had only 6 individual hundreds in the shortest format so far but with increasing number of matches, this list too is bound to change. Richard Levi of South Africa, playing only his 2nd international match, mesmerised New Zealand at Seddon Park in Hamilton on 19 february 2012 with a 45 ball century. Kiwis knew little about this right handed bulky batsman and ended up bowling him on his pads repeatedly. Levi, taking advantage of short square boundaries, smashed 13 sixes and 5 fours in his unbeaten knock, equaling highest T20 score as well. Previously, Chris Gayle of West Indies held the record of fastest T20 century with his 50 ball ton against South Africans ...
What's it with Mumbai Indians openers becoming MPs? First Jayasuriya, now Tendulkar. Very soon, Richard Levi will be premier of South Africa
South Africa's Richard Levi rewrote the record books with a magnificent unbeaten 117 as the Proteas crushed New Zealand by eight wickets in the second Twenty...
MUMBAI: Pune skipper Sourav Ganguly faces a big hurdle when he leads a severely depleted team against Mumbai, who are on a high after spanking defending champions Chennai in the IPL opener. The only respite for Ganguly is the uncertainty surrounding the availability of Sachin Tendulkar, who hurt his finger in Wednesday's opener. "The scans haven't revealed anything serious and hopefully he should be available for the game," said Mumbai captain Harbhajan Singh. Mumbai are gunning for their first title and look formidable. The addition of South Africa's opener Richard Levi, who made a smashing IPL debut by blasting 50 off 35 balls, and left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha, who picked up two crucial wickets to kick off his Mumbai sojourn in style, has added more muscle to the CLT20 winners. Pune, who finished second last in the previous season, look weaker this time. While the team lost South Africa's Test captain Graeme Smith recently and Australian allrounders Mitchell Marsh and James Hopes earlier, the biggest b ...
South Africa opener Richard Levi, who scored the fastest century in the history of T20 Internationals during his knock 117 off 51 balls against New Zealand, ...
Mumbai Indians snap up much-wanted Levi: Mumbai Indians have signed Richard Levi, the much-wanted South Africa b...
Is Richard Levi on Pune Warriors' radar?: Richard Levi, South Africa's swashbuckling opener who smacked 117 off ...
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