India vs South Africa, 1st ODI: Clinical Proteas defeat KL Rahul & Co. by 31 runs to go 1-nil up Van der Dussen’s 129 not out off 96 balls and his 204-run stand with skipper and fellow centurion Temba Bavuma formed the cornerstone of an easy victory for the Proteas. “Yeah, I think it was 68 for 3 when I came in. It was taking a bit of turn, so I knew I had to get my sweeps out. Generally, the wicket is quite slow here. I tried reverse sweeps, a few of them came off, got off to a flyer. I tried to put pressure back on the them (Indian spinners),” Van der Dussen said at the online media interaction after the opening ODI here on Wednesday. Van der Dussen was involved in two high pressure chases in the Test victories recently and that certainly increased his confidence in the first ODI where he took the Indian attack to cleaners. India vs South Africa: Tough times made me stronger but needed calm and clarity: Shikhar Dhawan “Two high pressure run chases in the Tests meant we were quite confident as a unit. All in all, a good day for… Read full this story
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