5 Proteas who can change the fortunes of South Africa in World Cup 2019

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World Cup 2019: 5 Players who can change the fortune of South Africa 


South Africa has never started this bad in any of the World Cup since they started playing the International Cricket in 2014. This is the first time when they haven’t come to the World Cup as favorites. Since the retirement of AB de Villiers, they haven’t been able to fill the void which could make them the winner of World Cup.

According to report the 360*player AB de Villiers wanted to join the team for the World Cup as he talked to captain Faf du Plessis about it. Cricket South Africa had to deny him as it would have been harsh to those players who were filling the place which the latter vacated. How amazing would it have been to see him in the action? In absence of the ABD let’s see top five players who can change the fortunes for South Africa in the World Cup.

1.Quinton de Kock

The attacking left-handed batsman has the capability to score runs quickly and give the team a good start with experienced Hashim Amla. He has to score runs if South Africa wants to qualify for the next round.

2.Kagiso Rabada

The right-handed pacer is currently one of the best bowlers in the cricketing world. Be it deadly yorkers or swinging balls, he can trouble any batsman with his amazing bowling skills.

3.Imran Tahir

The leggie is finding himself above his captain the only coz of his wicket-taking ability. The leg spinner is difficult to play when he starts dropping the balls where he wants to.

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4.Faf du Plessis

Finally, the captain finds himself a place in the list. The consistent du Plessis would want to score some runs for his team to revive the dooming Proteas team.

5.Lungi Ngidi

Lungi Ngidi who got injured in the match against Bangladesh has shown in the past what he can do. He and Rabada can form the deadly combination to deprive the opposition of runs.

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