Match Tied (Royal Challengers Bangalore win one-over eliminator)
South Africa, with an inexperienced unit, came to India to produce a better show than their last visit. However, tourists were found being a no match to the home team as India punched them left, right and center to win their 11th consecutive home Test series. This further extended South Africa’s shoddy run in the International cricket.
After failing to impress in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, South Africa suffered humiliation in India and all this didn’t go down well with the fans. Nevertheless, skipper Faf du Plessis has no plans to hide behind the excuses as he plans to stand tall against all the adversity.
Sharing his views on the recent struggles of the rainbow nation, the 35-year old said that he is ready to help this unit go through the transition period. Faf understands that it is a young unit and things cannot be changed overnight. But, he’s keen to identify the long term prospects so the team can be built around them. Moreover, the Pretoria born said that he is not going to shy away from this responsibility.