Proteas fast bowler Lungi Ngidi looks ahead to the ODI series against Bangladesh.
The Proteas could again be without fast bowler Lungi Ngidi for the second Test against New Zealand in Christchurch, which starts on Friday.
Lungi Ngidi reflects on his bowling performance against India on day one of the first Test in Centurion.
Lungi Ngidi broke India’s opening partnership of 117 before dismissing Cheteshwar Pujara for a first-ball duck.
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Faf du Plessis and Lungi Ngidi produced inspired efforts with bat and ball to set up an 18-run win for the Chennai Super Kings over the Kolkata Knight Riders on Wednesday.
Lungi Ngidi announced himself with a bang at the Chennai Super Kings in the 2018 Indian Premier League. Despite missing the 2019 edition through injury, he has become a strong personality in MS Dhoni’s team. Here’s a look at his IPL record.
With Lungi Ngidi celebrating his 25th birthday on Monday, relive the fast bowler’s career-best ODI figures of 6-58 against Australia in Bloemfontein last year.
Hashim Amla is the latest high-profile player to support Lungi Ngidi.
Proteas fast bowler Lungi Ngidi has praised the contribution bowling coach Charl Langeveldt has made since joining up with the team ahead of England’s tour to South Africa in December.
Relive the brilliant and match-winning individual performances by Lungi Ngidi and Janneman Malan, who inspired the Proteas to an emphatic series win over Australia.
A career-best 6-58 in 10 overs was great reward for the hard work Lungi Ngidi has been putting into his cricket lately.
Lungi Ngidi showed incredible composure during the final over on Wednesday night to restrict the England batters and ultimately win the match for South Africa.
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Lungi Ngidi is set to miss the Proteas’ crucial clash against Afghanistan on Saturday due to injury, while Beuran Hendricks may make his first appearance at the tournament.