Seamer backs up archers after reprimanding Sri Lanka on opening day
Wiaan MulderTwenty-two months after his debut, playing in his second trial described South Africa’s bowling performance as “a little shocking” and concluded that men did not think they were happy with their efforts one day in a boxing day trial.
At SuperSport Park, Sri Lanka scored quickly and launched an uncontrolled attack at the front. “We were a little short. Words got to the top of the stump.” “We did not execute them, we just gave them a little free time.
Sri Lanka scored more than four goals and surpassed most of their goals, but South Africa withdrew three parcels in the final. Mulder said he was responsible for both of them, but still considered himself a workhorse for the attack
“Finding the fourth and fifth stakes is my role in the team.” “My job is not to be a referee, to slow down and slow down the economy.”
The clarity of his work on Mulder’s team is in stark contrast to that of the former international speedster Makhaya Ntini. “It’s very easy for me. We are not good. It is simple and clear,” he said on television. SuperSport: There was no communication between the judges. There was no communication from the captain’s point of view. The way he told them to throw the ball and look for you, even though he seemed to be the one who needed to pour the dishes or asked for the dishes.
Criticisms of Ntini’s leadership have been made in his first match as Quinton de Kock’s interim captain and former captain Faf du Plessis. While de Kock was also busy with catalog care, he received ideas from footballers, such as Temba Bavuma, who was talking to debut Lutho Sipamla. Lungi Ngidi gave Sipamla some help on a difficult first day for newcomers.
Along with Lions at Sipamla, his local cricketer Mulder also offered a few words of consolation to his teammate. “I said, ‘You’ve been doing what you did for years. “You have succeeded effectively.” And the two boundaries that he crossed showed that he was bowing in the right places. See the best in Lutho. “
Sipamla showed progress after he hit the bat. Accelerate and get his first card. Ntini hopes that growth will continue. “One of the things you can do as a team is to learn from the second mistake you can make better. They can sell the battery cheaply,” Ntini said.
Mulder says South Africa is waiting for the second inning. It is known that only five balls remain with the new ball coming out of Sri Lanka. To allow for some of the best conditions for their bat fights. “We need to run a little bit in the first phase to minimize the damage so they can get out as quickly as possible,” he said. “The ball is a little bit, especially the new ball.”
Firdose Moonda is a South African correspondent for ESPNcricinfo