Kolkata, November 6 (Language) Despite his team being reduced to 83 runs in the World Cup league match against India, South Africa coach Rob Walter, instead of blaming the pitch, said that it was not a 326-run pitch but his The bowlers scored 70. Gave away 80 runs more.
In reply to India’s 326 runs for five wickets, South Africa was out for 83 runs, leading to India winning by 243 runs.
“It would be wrong to blame the pitch,” Walter said in the post-match press conference. On this pitch, one team scored 326 runs and the other team could not even score 100. In such a situation, it is not right to term the pitch wrong.
He said, “It can definitely be said that this was not a 320-run pitch. We have 70 Gave away 80 runs more. The Indian team performed brilliantly.
He said, “India performed better than us.” In every department. We have also performed well against other teams in this tournament so far but the Indian team was much better than us today.
He described playing against India in the World Cup in front of about 65,000 spectators at Eden Garden as a great opportunity for his team.
Walter Lay said, “An opportunity like this does not come around often.” You were playing against India in the World Cup at a packed Eden Garden. All the players were excited about it but not nervous.
Fast bowler Marco Jensen, who has performed brilliantly so far with the new ball, lost his rhythm at Eden Gardens and gave away a lot of extra runs.
The coach, however, defended him and said, “bowling in such a match in front of so many spectators would have taught him a lesson.” I am sure he will be back in form in the knockout stage.
He said, “The good thing is that it was not a match which was very important to win.” It was a chance to play against a good team. We could not play well but will come back mentally and physically fresh and fresh.
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