AB de Villiers admitted that the Proteas were the weaker side in their opening T20 match against England at the Rose Bowl.
A Lord’s Test match is on Faf du Plessis’ bucket-list, but the birth of his first child may take priority.
South Africa remain top of the ICC ODI rankings, with Champions Trophy winners Pakistan moving up to sixth.
Proteas coach Russell Domingo has until Friday to reapply for the national job.
Those inside the Proteas camp can say what they like about things not ‘going right’ for them on the day, but there aren’t many positives to pluck out of another wrecked ICC tournament campaign, writes GARY LEMKE.
South Africa will be thankful their crunch Champions Trophy encounter sees them return to The Oval in London following a nightmare in Birmingham, writes GARY LEMKE.
AB de Villiers praised the Proteas composure during the first ten overs of Sri Lanka’s innings that ended in a 96-run win for South Africa on Saturday.
AB de Villiers lauded his team’s all-round performance as the Proteas began their Champions Trophy campaign with a 96-run win over Sri Lanka.
They timed Imran Tahir’s celebration sprints at 25km/h and any more of his man of the match heroics and he could have South Africans dancing in the streets come 18 June, writes GARY LEMKE. It’s hard to believe that Tahir is already 38 years old, given the boundless energy he exerts – and in tournaments such as this truncated Champions Trophy… Read more →
Kagiso Rabada will be joined by former Proteas captain Shaun Pollock as a Nissan ambassador.
Following his superb 4-39 against England on Monday, Kagiso Rabada has moved to the summit of the ICC ODI Bowler rankings.
South Africa ticked all the right boxes in their final match before their Champions Trophy opener against Sri Lanka, writes GARY LEMKE.
Russell Domingo was lukewarm about Morne Morkel’s ability to strengthen the Proteas’ lineup, after his side’s seven-wicket victory at Lord’s on Monday.
Kagiso Rabada took 4-39 to set the Proteas’ up for a seven-wicket victory against England at Lord’s.
Kagiso Rabada took four wickets as South Africa reduced England to 153 all out in the third ODI at Lord’s.