Comments Spread the love Despite being ruthless and having a first team combination, South Africa has never won a single ICC event ever in their cricket history.
Though they came late in the count after a ban of 25 years, they appeared in world cup for the first time and showed their class in all departments.
But South African team and players are ready to go and have a crack at WC19 as they are among the favorites to win along with England, India, and unpredictable Pakistan.
South Africa Team Players Biography Faf du Plessis The right-handed batsman and current Skipper of South African team are Faf du Plessis, a right-handed batsman made his debut in in cape town, and till now, he has scored ten centuries with an average of Quinton de Kock Young Gun, keeper batsman of South Africa, Quinton de Kock is well groomed left-handed batsman and can hit the ball hard and far and can be a significant threat in WC19 event for opponents.
He has scored 17 centuries at such a young age. Kagiso Rabada South Africa team and players are always lucky to have good seam bowlers, and they produced a ruthless steaming fast right arm fast bowler, KagisoRabada.
In his 57 matches, he has taken 93 wickets, and he will be the leading strike bowler for SA along with Dale Steyn in WC19 event. Styen made his debut in , and since then he had taken wickets in matches with SR of just over He made his debut in and continued hard work, and now he is one of the most classic players in the current era.
HashimAmla has scored runs in ODIs with an average of just under Keshav Maharaj Keshav Maharaj is the left-arm spin bowler, who made his debut in against England.
Though he has played just four matches to pick only four wickets, he will be handy to tackle in WC19 event.
In matches, he has scored runs picked up 67 wickets with his right arm spin bowling. Duminy is among top squad in WC19 which is good news for South Africa.
He made his debut in , and till now he has picked wickets in 91 matches. David Miller David Miller made his debut in The left-handed batsman is one of the best hard hitters in current WC19 event and eyes will be on him as he snatches victory from the mouth of the opponents.
Lungi Ngidi Ngidi recently made his debut in So far he has grabbed 26 wickets in 12 ODIs. Tabraiz Shamsi Tabraiz Shamsi is a new inclusion in the team. So far he has played 11 ODIs, but he is the classic left-arm spin bowler who can slow the things for opponents and very difficult to catch his change of pace.
He will be the front line spinner for South Africa in WC Share this:.
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