Wasim Jaffer, a former Indian batter, proclaimed South Africa a credible contender for the 2018 T20 World Cup.
Wasim Jaffer, a former Indian batsman, claimed that South Africa, which defeated England in a three-match T20 series by a score of 2-1, is a strong contender for the 2018 T20 World Cup. Recently, South Africa defeated England 2-1 in a T20I series. The first game of the series saw England take the lead, but South Africa mounted a comeback and won the following two games.
Wasim Jaffer, a former Indian batter, became quite emotional after South Africa overcame England.
South Africa is a “One Of The Hot Contenders.”
Congratulations on winning the series, @OfficialCSA! I have to confess that SA has grown really well over the last couple of years. They are now one of the top contenders for the T20 World Cup. After the game, he tweeted, “#ENGvSA.”
The fans were kept delighted throughout the series thanks to strong performances from both teams in each of the three games. Reeza Hendricks became the first South African in the series to reach fifty in each of the three games.
Rilee Rossouw performed admirably in two of the games as well. In the second game, the batter came within six runs of a century. Tristan Stubbs also performed well in the opening game, but South Africa lost.
In the opening match of the series, Lungi Ngidi turned in the greatest performance of his career, taking a total of 5 wickets while only giving up 39 runs.
Tabraiz Shamsi also gave an outstanding performance in South Africa’s two triumphs. He took three and five wickets in the two games before that.
In the second game of the series, Aiden Markram also scored fifty runs. Throughout the entire competition, Andile Phehlukwayo also made effective use of the bowl.
Because not every team possesses the necessary skills to defeat England at home. The series would be very advantageous for South Africa in many ways.
Lungi Ngidi had his greatest career performance in the opening game of the series, taking a total of 5 wickets while only giving up 39 runs.
Tabraiz Shamsi contributed to both of South Africa’s victories with an outstanding effort. the previous two games, capturing three and five wickets, respectively.
In the second game of the series, Aiden Markram added a half-century. Andile Phehlukwayo was successful with the bowl throughout the competition.
Due to the fact that not every team can defeat England at home. South Africa would benefit from the series in a number of ways.
An earlier 5-match T20I series between South Africa and India ended in a draw because the last game could not be played.
South Africa’s 2021 World Cup candidacy was unsuccessful after the Super 12 round. Due to a lower net run rate, they were placed third despite being tied with Australia for second place.