Played seven, won one, the most embarrassing World Cup campaign in South Africa’s cricketing history. Protea Fire? More like Proteas Dire, writes GARY LEMKE.
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.
Lungi Ngidi has set himself only one personal ambition – winning the World Cup, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Proteas fast bowler Lungi Ngidi says that he could be back in action sooner than expected.
Proteas fast bowler Lungi Ngidi will be out of action for a minimum of 12 weeks after sustaining a knee injury during the T20 International against Australia last Sunday.
Lungi Ngidi is relishing the chance to battle against Australia Down Under.
SACricketmag.com’s KHALID MOHIDIN rates the Proteas’ performances in the first ODI against Zimbabwe at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley on Sunday.
Lungi Ngidi continues to make his mark on the international stage as his sensational bowling helped South Africa bowl Zimbabwe out for just 117 runs in the first ODI in Kimberley.
Dennis Lillee will be turning in his old age home if he’s been reading the recent comments by Jimmy Anderson and Glenn McGrath complementing each other in the media.
Lungi Ngidi talks about his journey into the Proteas setup.
Lungi Ngidi says he wants to take the new ball for the Proteas.
You’ll have to search the record books for a while to find a bowler who made more of an impact in his first seven games of the IPL than did Lungi Ngidi.
Lungi Ngidi speaks after his Man of the Match performance against the Kings XI Punjab.
Lungi Ngidi captured four Kings XI Punjab wickets in a dramatic spell of bowling as their opponents were bowled out for 153 off 19.4 overs.
After picking up 14 wickets in three Tests and 14 in seven limited-overs matches, Lungi Ngidi says he hopes he can keep up the momentum for the Proteas in many years to come.