Former England captain Michael Atherton has called for more common sense and better consideration when it comes to verbal incidents in cricket.
Sky Sports has apologised to viewers after Ben Stokes was caught on camera swearing at a spectator following his dismissal in the fourth Test against the Proteas.
Ben Stokes became the second Englishman caught ‘using an audible obscenity’ during the fourth Test at the Wanderers and the second member of the squad to offer a qualified apology.
Quinton de Kock’s first media conference since being appointed captain of the 50-over team went according to script – if anyone could write one for this swashbuckling prodigy who would rather be fishing, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
The Proteas will have to chase 466 runs to win the final Test against England at the Wanderers in Johannesburg.
South Africa’s domestic cricket structures have been running at a loss for several years, with the international game propping it up financially.
Two years ago, Kyle Abbott quit the Proteas in favour of a Kolpak contract. Two years later, Duanne Olivier did the same.