Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis chats to the media ahead of the must-win second Test against Sri Lanka at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth.
The pressure got to South Africa. If you ask me to sum things up in a word, that’s it. Pressure.
If South Africa win this semi-final I have no doubt they will go all the way and win the World Cup as well.
That really seemed all so easy, didn’t it? The boys made light work of it and congratulations to them.
I’m going for our bowlers to spark and put South Africa in the World Cup semi-finals.
It really is quite bizarre how South Africa’s batsmen have imploded batting second at this World Cup.
It’s going to take more than a big win against the West Indies to convince me that the Proteas are now the team to beat.
Where does one start after losing to India like that? I found the result at the MCG very surprising, to say the least.
Expect South Africa’s pace attack to bomb India’s batsmen with the short ball at the MCG on Sunday.
South Africa will be happy to be out of Hamilton with the win and David Miller and JP Duminy showing what they’re made of.