India were 76-4 and still trailed South Africa by 210 runs at lunch on day two at Newlands.
Shaun Pollock emphasised Kagiso Rabada’s potential to become the complete seamer but reminds us not to pile too much pressure on the young speedster. Rabada has been the vocal point of the Proteas’ bowling attack and stepped up in the absence of Dale Steyn who suffered a shoulder injury in the Australia series last year, which has subsequently ruled him… Read more →
It took the Proteas just 60 overs to take 16 wickets on day three and beat Sri Lanka by an innings and 118 runs for a three-Test whitewash at the Wanderers, writes MARK SALTER.
The Proteas maintained the pressure on Sri Lanka by taking four wickets for 80 runs on day two of the third Test at the Wanderers on Friday, writes MARK SALTER.
The Sri Lankan resistance lasted just 22 overs on day four as they were bowled out by the Proteas for 224, losing the second Test by 282 runs at Newlands on Thursday, writes MARK SALTER.
Opting not to enforce a follow-on, the Proteas ended day two of the second Test 317 ahead after smashing Sri Lanka for 110 runs in 43 overs at Newlands, writes MARK SALTER.
Australia skipper Steve Smith said his batsmen couldn’t handle the pressure of dealing with the Proteas’ pace trio.
The Proteas have won their third consecutive Test series in Australia, after thrashing Australia by an innings and 80 runs in Hobart on Tuesday, writes TOM SIZELAND.
Quinton de Kock and Kagiso Rabada have achieved career-best positions in the ICC rankings after their stand-out performances in the first Test against Australia.
The Proteas have completed a remarkable turnaround in the first Test against Australia, thrashing them by 177 runs in Perth on Monday, writes TOM SIZELAND.