9.6.2019 06:07 pm
When it rains, it definitely pours for this luckless team…
Weather interruptions could play an important role in Monday’s World Cup match between South Africa and the West Indies in Southampton, although both camps on Sunday tried to downplay the possible effects of coming on and off the field due to rain.
But the veteran is now gone … and so is the Proteas’ World Cup masterplan.
The Proteas’ World Cup campaign hit by another massive setback as the veteran quick fails to recover from a shoulder injury.
India are the last of the 10 teams to launch their challenge.
Generally, when South Africans are down we tend to bounce back quite well and we play our best cricket under pressure, says Harris.
The Proteas coach also insists his troops are a team playing badly at the World Cup, not a bad team.
It was supposed to be the quicks that would provide the Proteas’ fire. Instead, it’s been gutsy ‘Lucky’…
The South African skipper won’t even blame some bad luck in terms of injuries for the side’s poor start to the World Cup.
Faf du Plessis and his troops are in heaps of trouble already at the World Cup as Lungi Ngidi cries off with injury.
Because the Proteas bowling actually was pretty good despite the big loss to England.
The Proteas’ dynamic opener is now considered the side’s most dangerous batsman. But he wants to keep things understated.
The dynamic English all-rounder clearly sets high standards for himself.
Faf du Plessis laments an overall showing that already puts South Africa under pressure in the showpiece tournament.