David Miller carries Faf du Plessis off the field

The South African captain Faf du Plessis retired hurt in the third One Day International match against Bangladesh. He scored unbeaten 91 runs off just 67 balls with the help of 10 fours and 1 six. After taking 2 runs in the 41st over of Mortaza, du Plessis was struggling to walk.

After that, he down on the ground. He was seen holding his lower back while going back for the second run. The Physio is out to attend him and he seems to be in a lot of pain. The umpires have a word with the South African captain. And, they take the sensible decision.

And then after that, the skipper walked out off the ground. David Miller was carrying du Plessis on his back towards the dressing room. After that the star batsman AB de Villiers came to bat and scored 20 runs off 15 balls with the help of 1 four and 1 six.

The South African team scored 369 runs in 50 over and easily won the match by 200 runs. Faf du Plessis declared as player of the match for his superb innings. He was unavailable to collect the trophy and the standby captain AB de Villiers received the trophy on behalf of him.

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