IND vs SA odi series win against india would give us lot of confidence going ahead temba bavuma

Cape Town. South Africa’s limited-overs captain Temba Bavuma believes a win in the three-match ODI series against India will boost the home team’s confidence. We proved everyone wrong with our performance in the T20 World Cup. The Indian team last toured South Africa in 2018 (India vs South Africa) and won the 6-match series 5-1. This was India’s first win in the ODI series in South Africa. However, in the test series held recently, the hosts have won 2-1. So his spirits are high. On the other hand, Team India is going through a period of turmoil. Virat Kohli has left the captaincy of the Test team. KL Rahul will be seen captaining in the ODI series.

According to Daily Maverick, Temba Bavuma said, ‘We have to fix things in the next ODI series against India. I am not too worried about what happened in the 2018 series. I am more concerned about establishing my style of play and implementing my strategy to good effect. He said that the ODI win against India will give us a lot of confidence. With this, the team will be able to achieve better momentum for the coming matches.

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Temba Bavuma said that 2021 ICC T20 World Cup 2021 South Africa’s campaign in 2008 helped change the way the team looked and looked. Despite four wins in five matches in the T20 World Cup held in the UAE, South Africa could not reach the semi-finals due to lagging behind in the net run rate. He said, ‘Concepts are changing about this South African white-ball team. Earlier it was said that we don’t have the ability to counter spin and we fought in foreign conditions. I feel like we have proved many people wrong in the T20 World Cup.

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He said that the ODI team should learn from the performance of the T20 team during the World Cup in the United Arab Emirates. He said, ‘What our T20 team has achieved in recent times should be looked at. That team did not put much emphasis on the results, but on the process.

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