New Zealand paceman James Franklin reacts after taking the wicket of opening batsman Abraham de Villiers.
New Zealand exploited early conditions they could have imported from their native land on Saturday to restrict South Africa to 193 for seven in their World Cup Super Eights match.
Left-armer Franklin relished the conditions, moving the ball back into De Villiers to dismiss the South Africa opener lbw for a duck.
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