Temba Bavuma’s South Africa have been denied a deserved victory towards Zimbabwe in Hobart after their outdated adversary rain interfered to have the ultimate say within the match. Zimbabwe have been saved by the rain gods as they have been underneath the pump from their African opponents for a lot of the sport. The match was deserted ultimately and each groups have been awarded a degree every. Former Bangladesh skipper Habibul Bashar reckoned that the misplaced level may come again to hang-out the Proteas later within the event.
South Africa are grouped along with two mighty Asian sides India and Pakistan, together with potential banana skins within the type of Bangladesh, the Netherlands, and Zimbabwe. Whereas India are one of many favorites to progress from the group, South Africa’s possibilities may get hampered after shedding out on an important level towards Zimbabwe from a successful place.
Former Bangladeshi skipper Habibul Bashar feels that the misplaced level may damage the South African aspect later within the event. Bashar reckoned that it’s a robust group, with all sides preventing for a semi-final spot, and with the presence of India and Pakistan in the identical group, each level turns into essential.
This is likely to be too early to say, however this one level can come again to hang-out them on this tight group: Habibul
“South Africa needed to complete the sport earlier than the rain got here and it is vitally unlucky that they’ve to return from right here with only a level. It’s a robust group. I do not know the one level, this is likely to be too early to say, however this one level can come again to hang-out them on this tight group,” Bashar mentioned on ‘BatBricks7 presents Run Ki Runneeti present on CricTracker’.
It’s value noting that South Africa have been in a commanding place after limiting Zimbabwe to a par whole of their 9 overs in a rain-curtailed affair. The Proteas have been getting ready to victory, needing simply 13 runs off the remaining 12 deliveries earlier than rain interfered to disclaim them a merited victory within the contest.