Faf du Plessis Delivers Massive Injury Update On Lungi Ngidi

Faf du Plessis Delivers Massive Injury Update On Lungi Ngidi

The West Indies will doubtless have proved far more frustrated to be halted by the weather, especially in light of their aggressive start having won the toss. "It was just a "this is what I'm feeling" (phone call)." he said.

Benkenstein also assured supporters that South Africa have left no stone unturned as they bid to turn their form around, both in the nets and with their mental conditioning.

Du Plessis - De Villiers' long-time friend - has batted away speculation about tension within the squad.

West Indies players enjoyed a full training session on Sunday at the Nursery ground ahead of the team's third match of the ICC Cricket World Cup said assistant coach Roddy Estwick.

After a hat-trick of defeats, the Faf du Plessis led South Africa are now in a must-win situation and have to win all of their last six CWC19 encounters to have any chances of qualifying for the semi-finals. As a result, both teams find themselves in a hard position, heading towards the latter half of the group stage.

South Africa skipper Faf duPlessis on Monday revealed that former Proteas captainAB de Villiers had given him a call the night before the World Cup squad selection to tell him that he is willing to come out of retirement to help the team in the upcoming tournament. "We are very happy with the performance overall". "We were in a good position today, but we can't control the weather". He played 228 One-day global for South Africa, scoring 25 centuries and amassing nearly 9,577 runs at an average of 53.50.

"We don't deserve to be anywhere close to the top of the table".

"The batters are not thinking about AB ... they've got enough to think about", he said. However further in 2003, it was the last period gone Windies team gone augmented for South Africa.

Speaking to IANS, sources in the know of developments said that it didn't look very rosy after the swelling refused to subside. Du Plessis insisted that the furor surrounding de Villiers' proposed return from global retirement has not been a factor in the team's disjointed display in the World Cup so far and instead he believes it could be the sort of issue that draws the squad closer together.

"The message now is that the batsmen must step up". I feel that we are one game away, one hundred away, one win away from getting our confidence back.

'From a coaching perspective, we just want to remind them that they're good players and help them remember what it felt like when they were playing well.



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