Centurion: South African pacer Kagiso Rabada still believes his team can win the first Test against India at 94 for four despite chasing a tight target of 305 on the final day here on Wednesday. Is. Rabada took four for 42 as his team bundled out India for 174 in 50.3 overs in the second innings, leaving the home side safe for a 305-run victory. South Africa still need 211 runs on the final day on Thursday, with six wickets in hand.
“Definitely. We just have to show faith. strategize overnight and see how to reach it. Every player has to believe.”
“Dean is doing his best for his team, his country and himself. He is leading from the front. They’ve done this countless times.” … it’s a bit uncontrollable.” Rabada is shocked by the Indian fast bowlers who turned the match in favor of the visiting team.
“He got some quality bowlers. (Mohammed) Shami and (Jasprit) Bumrah are very experienced and (Mohammed) Siraj has been bowling well in recent times. They’re showing why they’re a good attack.” Asked about Marco Jensen, the pacer who took India’s second innings four-wicket haul, Rabada said, “He’s an extraordinary talent. He is a strange customer to face. There’s swing, bounce and speed coming at you. “(Indian) in the second innings, he justified his selection… It looks like he wants to learn. he is a hard worker. He is really looking forward to do well for his team and himself.” On the number of no-balls (including six in the 17 Indian second innings in the match), the South African pacer said he should look at it before the next. Will need to work. Play. “Look, that’s not acceptable. This is something I have to work on. No-balls can be controlled and I need to work on that before the next Test,” he added.