2015 Cricket World Cup: South Africa making huge totals a habit

BBC Sport looks at some of the key facts and figures from the Cricket World Cup as South Africa rack up the runs yet again in a 201-run victory over Ireland in Canberra.

The Proteas became the first team to score more than 400 runs in two consecutive one-day international innings, with Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis putting on 247 for the second wicket - a South African record.

Ireland's bowlers struggled to contain South Africa's powerful hitting, with Kevin O'Brien and Max Sorensen setting unwanted bowling records.

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