17.10.2019 11:00 am
The Proteas opener has subsequently flown home from the Test series against India to see a specialist.
Aiden Markram has "taken full responsibility" for bizarrely breaking his wrist, ruling him out of the final Test against India starting in Ranchi on Saturday.
And then the South African batting once again collapses.
But Kagiso Rabada shows his class to just about keep the visitors afloat as India dominate.
The Proteas’ 203-run defeat in the first Test against India can rightly be described as another walloping, but it certainly wasn’t down to the pitch in Visakhapatnam being a dust bowl. The hosts’ combined 825 runs in two innings, allied to South Africa’s own 431 in their first batting effort, provides ample evidence in that […]
South Africa’s new team director wants to follow the Man City guru’s innovative style and produce a brave team, but he warns it would take time.
The specialists once again fail to show responsibility before the unlikely pair of Senuran Muthusamy and Dane Piedt delay the hosts.
Enoch Nkwe’s men are already under pressure chasing an improbable 395 against India in the first Test.
The Proteas remain competitive in Visakhapatnam.
Dean Elgar and Quinton de Kock show the way with outstanding centuries.
South Africa are once again staring a massive defeat in the face as their weakness against spin continues to be exposed.
The anointed successor to Hashim Amla did something potentially career-changing earlier this year. The outcome has been promising…
The Proteas’ latest debutant, who has a fairly deep Indian heritage, didn’t exactly enjoy the best first day in Test cricket.
Faf du Plessis and his men are already in trouble after just two sessions against India before rain intervenes.
In 2015, the Proteas skipper averaged a pitiful 8.57 in a Test series on the sub-continent. He chose to embrace that embarrassment.