South African captain Temba Bavuma mentioned that there isn’t any panic within the staff, following the staff’s loss to India within the third T20I of the continuing sequence, including that they misplaced to a greater facet on the day. Bavuma additionally said that his staff performed some good cricket within the first two video games and that he has to just accept when the opposite groups play nicely.
South Africa, coming into the third sport, had been main the sequence by 2-0, and had been one sport away from clinching the sequence. Bavuma felt that when the staff loses, there are numerous areas that may be identified, and opined that he can be silly to alter the staff’s method after one loss.
There are not any panic stations:Temba Bavuma
For the unversed, the Proteas fell brief by 48 runs chasing a goal of 180 within the third T20I, courtesy of a match-winning spell of three wickets for 20 runs by leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. “When the staff loses there’s numerous areas we are able to level out,” mentioned the South Africa skipper within the press convention after the sport in Vizag.
“We all know we have now to play nicely, and that’s what we did within the first two video games. At the moment (India) had been a a lot better facet,” added the South African opening batter. Notably, India got here into the sequence with out a few of their star gamers similar to KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah. Bavuma reckons that no one anticipated the guests to whitewash India as a result of they didn’t have their senior gamers within the staff.
“I don’t suppose you guys had been pondering we had been going to come back right here and win the sequence 5-0 simply because all the massive title gamers aren’t right here. That’s a great Indian staff. I’d be silly to alter our method after one loss,” mentioned Bavuma. South Africa, alternatively, additionally performed with out a few of their common gamers similar to Aiden Markram and Quinton de Kock. “There are not any panic stations,” mentioned Bavuma in an audio file launched by Cricket South Africa (CSA).