Grounds Where SA Lost WC Knockout Matches

Well, we all know SA chokes. Especially in big tournaments like the World Cup. But have you ever wondered in which all places SA has lost a WC knockout match. So, here we have all the 6 grounds where the Proteas have been knocked out of the WC. As you might have guessed, the venues span across continents and time zones. A lot of things have changed since 1992, but the choking has stayed the same. It has only become more painful over the years.

  1. 1992 — Sydney Cricket Ground, Lost to England by 19 runs
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  2. 1996 — National Stadium, Karachi, Lost to West Indies by 19 runs
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  3. 1999 — Edgbaston, Birmingham, Match Tied
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  4. 2007 –Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia, Lost to Australia by 7 wickets
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  5. 2011 — Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Lost to New Zealand by 49 runs
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  6. 2015 — Eden Park, Auckland, Lost to New Zealand by 4 wickets
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