The Proteas are too talented an ODI side to be this inconsistent. The pressure is on their coaches now.
Look back at the highlights from the first One Day international between Sri Lanka and the Proteas at the R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium in Colombo.
Following Proteas great Dale Steyn’s announcement that he will be retiring from all forms of cricket, check out some of his greatest moments in the Proteas shirt.
Being young and dumb is a weak excuse for Mark Boucher’s racially offensive treatment of Paul Adams, says RYAN VREDE.
England put in a dominant all-round performance on day one of the third Test against India at Headingley, bowling the visitors out cheaply before ending the day’s play with a 42-run lead.
Look back at highlights from an incredible spell of swing bowling from Proteas great Dale Steyn during the third Test against India at Newlands in 2011.
Check out the highlights of day 5 at Lord’s that saw India clinch an unlikely victory to take a 1-0 lead in the series against England.
Check out the highlights of the West Indies’ one-wicket victory against Pakistan in the second Test on Sunday.
Ryan Vrede believes Dwaine Pretorius is the most valuable player in a T20 World Cup context for the Proteas.
Check out this hilarious moment when a fan, dressed as an Indian player, invaded the pitch during the second Test against England, much to the amusement of the players and commentators.
Imran Tahir has shown he is still one of the best bowlers in the world by becoming the first player to take a hat-trick in The Hundred on Monday.
The Proteas could play up to four spinners at the T20 World Cup in a bold move that would shock the cricket world.
Sri Lanka’s South African coach Mickey Arthur was seen sharing heated words with skipper Dasun Shanaka and gesturing at the captain on the field after the game they lost by three wickets against India.
Brendan Taylor was given out hit-wicket after knocking his own stumps with his bat during the second ODI against Bangladesh. What are your thoughts on the dismissal?
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