One-Day Cup: Hampshire pick up second win in two matches with victory against Surrey

Hampshire batsman Rilee Rossouw
Rilee Rossouw (right) struck 11 fours and two sixes in his 68-ball 90 for Hampshire
Royal London One-Day Cup, Ageas Bowl
Surrey 262-7 (44 overs): Elgar 91, Borthwick 46*, Burns 46; Crane 3-45
Hampshire 227-6 (32.5 overs): Rossouw 90, Weatherley 46*; Clarke 4-48
Hampshire beat Surrey by four wickets (DLS Method)
Match scorecard

Rilee Rossouw struck an entertaining 90 to help Hampshire maintain their 100% start in the One-Day Cup with a four-wicket win against Surrey.

In a rain-reduced game, Hampshire reached a revised target of 227 from 34 overs with seven balls to spare.

Left-hander Rossouw struck 11 fours and two sixes in his 68-ball knock.

Earlier, fellow South African Dean Elgar top scored with 91 for Surrey before rain reduced their innings to 44 overs in which they posted 262-7.

Hampshire have two wins from two in the South Group, while last season's runners-up Surrey have lost their first two games.

The hosts looked set for a more convincing victory before Rossouw fell at 167-3. He was one of four wickets for Surrey all-rounder Rikki Clarke, whose 4-48 in seven overs threatened to claw his side back into it.

England leg-spinner Mason Crane continued his encouraging return from a stress fracture of the back, taking 3-45 from eight overs for Hampshire.

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