“Off With Our Execution….”: Rishabh Pant On What Went Wrong In 1st T20I Loss Against South Africa

“Off With Our Execution….”: Rishabh Pant On What Went Wrong In 1st T20I Loss Against South Africa

Indian captain رشبھ پنت Despite scoring enough runs on board to face a seven-wicket defeat at the hands of South Africa in the first T20 in Delhi on Thursday, his team lacked the ball. After scoring 211 for four Ishan KishanK76, the Indian bowlers cut the tragic figure as South Africa chased down their highest T20 runs to end India’s 12-match winning streak in the format.

Rossi van der Dawson (75 not out) and David Miller (64 not out) shared an unbeaten 131 for the fourth wicket to give the visitors an easy victory.

“I think we had enough on the board but we were far from our performance, but the credit goes to the opposition,” Pant told a post-match press conference.

“We thought it was slow when we were batting but it got easier in the second innings. We were very happy with the total but next time we are in that situation we will do better. ” South Africa captain Temba Booma Van der Dawson and Miller were full of praise.

“It was a good batting display. David (Miller) maintained his form, which was well supported by Rossi (Van der Dawson). It was a good wicket that probably read the situation better.” And (needed to be reformed) to go and take the first death options. Boundary balls

“We have a lot of faith in Rasi. He picks her up slowly and finally takes her away. He’s the guy who sees us. With David, that makes him very explosive,” Bauma said. Said.

Booma said he hoped the wicket would play better in the second innings and that is why he won the toss and elected to field.

The guest captain also spoke words of appreciation for Ishan Kishan.

“I think the way Ishan batted made it easier. He put pressure on our spinners,” Bauma said.

Miller, who was named man of the match for his explosive innings, said his understanding of the game over the past few years has made him a better cricketer.

“I think it’s a very difficult task. I’ve been understanding my game a lot better over the last four or five years.” They said.

“I’ve been around for a while now but understanding and winning the game gives you a lot of confidence. Wherever I bat, I always want to make a difference.


“I have done well at No. 4 in the domestic but South Africa is a different story with world class players. It is a pleasure to bat anywhere.”

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