How Twitter reacted to the Proteas’ latest World Cup defeat …
Losing is part of sport but it is worrying to see teams dont have to be at their best to beat the Proteas. It was something the Proteas prided themselves on.
— Jacques Kallis (@jacqueskallis75) June 24, 2019
Some leadership may play a part but selecting players that weren’t in form is another thing altogether. Unfort lack of depth in our cricket there’s no much else to chose from.
— Herschelle Gibbs (@hershybru) June 23, 2019
— Graeme Smith (@GraemeSmith49) June 23, 2019
— 🅵1🆂🅰🆂🅷🅰 (@F1sasha) June 24, 2019
@OfficialCSA There will be a lot of questions asked after this @cricketworldcup there is no doubt. Most important one for me is what will the 4 year plan look like moving forward when the dust settles?
— Allan Donald (@AllanDonald33) June 23, 2019
Perhaps time for some major change? The current (school system) has brought us as far as it can. Aus, 5/11 time world champions, play grade cricket( club cricket ) and in my opinion young talent mature much faster playing vs seasoned men rather than bullying less talented kids.🤔
— Ashwell Prince (@ashyp_5) June 23, 2019