- South Africa skipper Quinton de Kock praised his facet’s bowling regardless of defeat in Karachi Check
- Says his facet’s batting line-up was unable to place up a very good battle towards the Males In Inexperienced
- Says when group is as much as bat first, it wants an enormous first inning rating
KARACHI: Regardless of being defeated by Pakistan within the first Check on the Nationwide Stadium in Karachi, South Africa captain Quinton de Kock praised his facet’s bowling.
He additionally stated his group’s batting line-up was unable to place up a very good battle towards the Males In Inexperienced.
Talking to media through a web based press convention on Friday, the South Africa captain, defending his bowlers, stated that Protease did, certainly, bowl properly.
“I’d like to know how much we didn’t do right?” de Kock reacted when requested if he feels that his bowlers allowed Pakistan to stage a fightback after being 4 down for 27.
“I think they bowled really well. Pakistan wasn’t going at a big run-rate for most of their time until the later part of the second innings. So, I think, the bowlers bowled really well,” he stated.
He regretted the mushy dismissals within the first innings and that 220 wasn’t a very good whole for his facet to attain within the first innings of the Check. He additionally highlighted that the way in which batsmen performed spinners was the most important distinction between the 2 sides.
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“I think at the end of day one, we were ahead, but it’s not really where we wanted it to be in the game, ” he said. “220 on that wicket in the first innings wasn’t good enough. When you’re up to bat first, you need a big first inning score.”
“I know that we had them 40 for four or something like that and that’s a great start in our bowling but that’s a signal we did let ourselves down the first innings that was you know that was the point in the game where let ourselves down the most,” he recalled.
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