ODI series IND vs SA: Dale Steyn, a “wonderful cricketer,” was missing from Team India.
India vs. South Africa: After the third ODI, Dale Steyn said on Star Sports. That the visitors missed Ravindra Jadeja, who could have helped them perform better against the Proteas.
India were defeated 0-3 by South Africa in their three-match One-Day International series. Displaying poor form in all aspects of the game. The visitors’ middle order was weak, and they also lacked a cutting edge in bowling. Former Proteas pacer Dale Steyn, said on Star Sports after the third ODI that the Men in Blue missed Ravindra Jadeja. And called him a “wonderful cricketer.” Steyn explained that the all-ability rounder’s to control matches. In addition to his fantastic batting and bowling skills, would have been a huge advantage for India.
Dale Steyn, a “wonderful cricketer,” was missing from Team India.
“They certainly lacked someone like Sir Ravi Jadeja. I just think he’s a fantastic cricketer. With his left-arm spin, he can exert dominance over the game. He is a genius who can also bat “, explained the 38-year-old.
Despite strong batting displays by Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan in Cape Town. The visitors failed to chase down a target of 288 runs in the third ODI and lost by four runs.
The middle order, in particular, underperformed, with Rishabh Pant dismissed for a golden duck. Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav, on the other hand, could only muster 26 and 39 runs, respectively.
During the three-match One-Day International series. The bowlers were also erratic and failed to support pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah.
“India has a bit of a bowling problem. They require someone to assist Bumrah. They require someone who can bowl at a speed of 140-145km/h. Shami is fantastic. He had a lengthy Test series ahead of him. Siraj appears to be a name for the future. I believe he has a minor ailment “Steyn stated this during the post-match show.
Due to the absence of Rohit Sharma, who was out with an injury last year. KL Rahul took over as captain for the series.