IND Vs SA: South Africa Team Change Its Plan After Loss In Visakhapatnam Captain Temba Bavuma Gave This Answer
India vs South Africa, Temba Bavuma: The third match of...
India vs South Africa, Temba Bavuma: The third match of the five-match T20 series was played between India and South Africa in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday. In this match, the host team India defeated South Africa by 48 runs. The African batsmen, who performed with a bang in the first two T20s, surrendered to the Indian bowlers in this match. After this, questions are being raised whether the African team will change its plan in the fourth T20. Know what Captain Temba Bavuma replied to this.
Bavuma said this about making changes in the plan
South Africa’s batting came under pressure in the third T20 International against India but captain Temba Bavuma said it would be foolish to change his strategy after just one loss in the five-match series.
Chasing 180 to win, South Africa got off to a slow start, adding only 15 runs in the first three overs, but Bavuma said that this has always been our strategy as a team.
After the 48-run loss to India, Bavuma said in a post-match press conference, “We always look in the first two overs and then try to bring momentum in the innings. Then prepare for your big players. He further said, this has been the strategy that has worked for us and it would be a bit foolish to change this strategy after just one defeat.
Bavuma told where the mistake happened
Bavuma said, I think their spinners put us under pressure. We could not handle the pressure and could not come back and put pressure on them like we did in the first two matches. The conditions were favorable for their spinners. His spinners have to be praised for turning the conditions in his favor.
The South African captain said, he bowled very well, his captain engaged the spinners early in the match and I think that made a big difference. Our spinners came later and we fell behind on the field.
Bavuma said, in batting, we could not build any partnership and there was no rhythm. We batted very well in the first two matches but today was not a good day for the batsmen.
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