Published: Mon, November 19, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Australia win toss and bowl in T20 versus South Africa

Australia win toss and bowl in T20 versus South Africa

While Du Plessis, throughout his career, has been impressive across formats, it's his gritty knock against Australia in Adelaide during the 2012/13 tour that he will mostly be remembered for.

It will be interesting to see how the Proteas approach the game as the entire side test their T20 skills before they return to South Africa to play for their Mzansi Super League franchises.

Openers Quinton de Kock and Reeza Hendricks helped South Africa to 42 runs in under three overs before Hendricks was sent back by Nathan-Coulter-Nile. skipper Faf du Plessis played a handy knock of 27 off 15 balls before he was magnificently caught at the long-on ropes by Glenn Maxwell in the 7th over.

"So every team will have what they think works for us, that was silent treatment". In reply, Australia could manage only 87 for seven.

Now, when the South Africans were looking strong to put a massive total on the board, fell Faf du Plessis' wicket.

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"There are guys like that in global cricket (who enjoy the confrontation)".

The legendary Australian spinner, Shane Warne has declared team India as the outright favorites for the upcoming four-match Border-Gavaskar Test series in Australia.

On the contrary, the Proteas have proved as to why they are one of the teams to watch out for the quadrennial event next summer by thrashing the World champions in their own backyard.

"We just left ourselves too much to do", Maxwell told Fox Sports. We gave him the silent treatment and he still scored runs in South Africa, but we felt like it was not huge runs he scored the one hundred there in Centurion when the wicket was slow.

Kohli has been in imperious form throughout the year. "They have got to get back to basics and reinforce the role of Sheffield Shield cricket", Hughes was quoted as saying by Sydney Morning Herald.

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