158/4 (20)
145/8 (20)
NED won by 13 runs.
Player of the match: Colin Ackermann
Alright! Not only to Scott Edwards, it's gonna take some time for the everyone to take it all in. Stephen Myburgh was confident in the mid-match interview that his team would defend 160, and the Dutch team showed enough intent to get the job done. South Africa lived up to their World Cup reputation as they failed to deliver under pressure and are knocked out of the tournament.

Meanwhile, India confirm their semi-final berth and we will find out who will join them in a couple of hours. All eyes will be on the battle between Pakistan and Bangladesh now, so shift your focus there as we are wrapping up the coverage here. Until next time, this is Pragadeesh and Srivasta signing off
Scott Edwards: I am lost for words. It's gonna take some time to take it all in. We are used to these conditions in the Netherlands. It's another big upset by us in the WC and hopefully, the boys and support staff will be proud of us. It's an absolute gold for us after losing the first two games
Temba Bavuma: It was disappointing. We really played well to get into this position. It's hard to swallow. We worked really hard. We lost wickets at crucial moments and couldn't get any momentum. They used the dimension of the ground better than us
Colin Ackermann | Player of the Match: It feels fantastic, really deserve this victory today, the boys have worked hard for the last six months. That has been the theme of this World Cup. You got to earn the right to hit boundaries at the end. The surface was slower and we knew 160 was competitive, yeah it was a great performance. I need to speak to the skip about that actually (smiles) [on him not bowling much before this game in the tournament]. The South Africans had a few left-handers and the matchups worked well.
Netherlands beat South Africa by 13 runs
Colin Ackermann 41(26) | Rilee Rossouw 25(19)
Brandon Glover 3-9(2) | Keshav Maharaj 2-27(4)

A historic win for the Netherlands. Who saw this coming? Not in the wildest of dreams many would've predicted this outcome. But the better team won on the day. South Africa were so passive while chasing and there was so much uncertainty in their shots. 

de Kock perished quickly again and Temba Bavuma failed to convert the start into a big knock. Credit should be given to the Dutch bowlers for rising to the occasion and making it tough for the Proteas in the middle overs. They used the dimensions of the ground to good effect and hit the hard length deliveries on the pitch and that worked wonders. There was intent from Rossouw and Markram but both fell at a crucial moment in the game to put their team on the back foot. Then came South Africa's trump card David Miller but Roelof van der Merwe took a blinder to dismiss him. That could very well go down as one of the catches of the tournament

Soon after, the pressure got the better of the Proteas at the back end and once Klaasen got dismissed, all of South Africa's hopes went in vain. A limping Maharaj and Rabada fought until the end but it proved too much to chase
Some staggering scenes out here. You could see the emotions from the Dutch players and the fans. The Pakistan fans inside the stadium are jumping in joy and going berserk. Netherlands have not only pulled off a World cup upset but they hand Pakistan and Bangladesh a second chance to qualify for the semis
145 /8 score
cricket bat icon Kagiso Rabada
9 (8)
cricket bat icon Anrich Nortje *
4 (1)
cricket ball icon Bas de Leede
2 /25
19.6 Bas de Leede to Anrich Nortje, FOUR! Netherlands win and knock South Africa out! What scenes out there in Adelaide. Slower and shorter outside off, Nortje cuts wide of sweeper cover. Runs away to the fence but won't matter as Netherlands win by 13 runs. South Africa have been eliminated after that choke! They have done it again in an ICC event and they were unbeaten in the tournament till they faced Pakistan - make sense of that if you can!
19.5 Bas de Leede to Keshav Maharaj, OUT! End of Maharaj. It's slower and shorter outside off, Maharaj slices the loft and holes out to deep cover. South Africa are almost done

Keshav Maharaj c O'Dowd b de Leede 13 (12b 0x4 1x6)
19.4 Bas de Leede to Kagiso Rabada, wide yorker outside off, driven wide of extra-cover
19.3 Bas de Leede to Kagiso Rabada, full on off, drilled to extra-cover. A dot
19.2 Bas de Leede to Kagiso Rabada, low full-toss outside off, slapped straight and diving stop ensures it's just a couple
19.2 Bas de Leede to Kagiso Rabada, NO-BALL! Full-toss over the waist, swung wide of long-on and they come back for a second. It's called a no-ball for height
19.2 Bas de Leede to Kagiso Rabada, WIDE! Way outside off
19.1 Bas de Leede to Keshav Maharaj, DROPPED! Full outside off, slogged to deep mid-wicket, dropped by van Beek, just the single
It's Bas de Leede to bowl the final over
South Africa need 26 runs to win from 6 balls

Pakistan fans inside the stadium have already started celebrating. Temba Bavuma's face tells you the whole story
133 /7 score
cricket bat icon Keshav Maharaj *
12 (10)
cricket bat icon Kagiso Rabada
4 (4)
cricket ball icon Logan van Beek
0 /23
18.6 Logan van Beek to Keshav Maharaj, slower outside off, hit to long-on. Just one. 26 needed off the last over
18.5 Logan van Beek to Keshav Maharaj, a dot! Maharaj moves across and exposes his leg-stump, misses the heave. Not called a wide as he moved across