- Dussen has shared that his first publicity to the pitches within the sub-continent was at least a shock
- The Proteas participant says he’s wanting ahead to the second Take a look at
- Dussen scored 17 and 64 within the two innings he performed for South Africa within the first Take a look at on the Nationwide Stadium in Karachi.
RAWALPINDI: South Africa’s top-order batsman Rassie van der Dussen has shared that his first publicity to the pitches within the sub-continent was at least a shock, The Information reported Tuesday.
The Proteas participant mentioned he’s eager for the second Take a look at in opposition to Pakistan.
Dussen scored 17 and 64 within the two innings he performed for South Africa within the first Take a look at on the Nationwide Stadium in Karachi.
Chatting with the media on Monday, Dussen mentioned his efforts could be to realize most from the second Take a look at. “Playing in the sub-continent all the more poses different challenges. The ball keeps low here. Spinners get to purchase and there is also a reverse swing that makes the job difficult for a batsman. My first ever exposure in these conditions was not without surprises.”
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“As a team, we definitely have some problems. Batting collapse, not getting big innings, and losing wickets at crucial times. We will try to overcome these drawbacks in the second Test which we are aiming to win to draw the series.”
“We were really disappointed after winning the toss to get out at 220 in the first innings in the first Test. Runs in the first innings are very important in the sub-continent. My efforts will be to contribute maximum to the cause. We have to accept responsibility and try to play long innings to make things easier for bowlers.”
Lauding Pakistan’s bowling, Dusseb mentioned: “They have the best bowling that suits the conditions so we need to be bit more responsible to keep them at bay.”