Thursday, October 17, 2019

It's not like they're not doing a great job - Corrie van Zyl

Cricket South Africa's director of cricket, Corrie van Zyl noted that while South Africa have been comprehensively outplayed, he believed they were doing a great job. The Proteas, who are currently 2-0 down in India, having lost the most recent Test by an innings, are in the midst of a four game losing streak. That seems to be of no concern to van Zyl, who noted the quality of the Indian side as well as how long they have spent together gelling as a side. This comes hot in the heels of CSA CEO, Thabang Moroe, who noted that the Proteas had recently lost nearly 450 Test caps worth of experience with the recent retirements AB de Villiers, Morne Morkel, Hashim Amla and Dale Steyn. 
'We need to appreciate the quality that is in this Indian side. This is an Indian team that has been together for some time now and is well accustomed to playing in their home conditions,’ said Van Zyl.
‘I strongly believe we, as the Proteas, have the players to win games and the youngsters will come right.
‘The team are constantly trying to find ways to win. It’s not like they’re not doing a great job with it. We believe in them that they’re going to make the right decisions to do the best they can do to help us win Test matches'.

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