Team India continued their golden run in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup having beaten in-form South Africa by a huge 243-run margin in Kolkata on Sunday, November 5. One of the moments of the match was Heinrich Klaasen's dismissal on which Team India had the on-field call overturned.
South Africa broke Australia's world record in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup with yet another huge total on the board against Bangladesh in Mumbai on Tuesday, October 24. Quinton de Kock's third century of the tournament and Heinrich Klaasen's another video game knock helped SA get to 382.
Heinrich Klaasesn smashed 109 runs off just 67 balls and Marco Jansen scored 75* off 42 balls to help South Africa score 399 runs against England at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium. Klaasen scored his first-ever World Cup century and claimed the Player of the Match award.
SA vs AUS: South Africa thrashed Australia in the fourth ODI of the five-match series to bag a 164-run win in Centurion. Heinrich Klaasen powered the Proteas to a massive 416 as they shattered India's record of most four hundred-plus scores in ODI cricket.
After a couple of quiet games, Heinrich Klaasen came back to his usual hitting form scoring a scintillating 174 off just 83 balls. Klaasen's knock consisted of 13 sixes, which is the second most by a South African batter in ODI cricket in an innings.
Heinrich Klaasen smashed 174 runs off just 83 balls against Australia in the fourth ODI match as the hosts registered 416/5 in 50 overs while batting first.
Seattle Orcas chased down 195-run target against MI New York riding on Heinrich Klaasen's sensational maiden Major League Cricket century.
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Klaasen will captain South Africa in the upcoming three-match T20I series against Pakistan beginning February 11 in Lahore.
The decision to replace Hendricks with Klaasen comes after fast bowler Lungi Ngidi and former South Africa captain Faf du Plessis threw their weight behind the Black Lives Matter movement.
Heinrich Klaasen produced another impressive batting display to steer South Africa to a 3-0 whitewash victory over Australia.
Klaasen, often on the fringes of South Africa's limited-overs teams, made 123 not out from 114 balls as the home team posted 291-7 in Paarl.
Klaasen, who made his International debut during India's tour of South Africa earlier this year, came into the limelight for his performances in the limited overs format.
Klaasen said his innings was better than the Wanderers cameo wherein rain and a truncated game also provided a T20-like situation for him to chase the total down.
Chasing a challenging target of 189, South Africa rode on local boy Klaasen's 69 off 30 deliveries and skipper Duminy's unbeaten 64 off 40 balls to chase down the score with six wickets in hand and 8 balls to spare.