India Vs South Africa: Rassie Van Der Dussen Appreciates Team India

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Rassie Van der Dussen, the South African cricketer, said that India is one of the strongest teams in the world. He also appreciated India's bowling game

Written By Nisha Qureshi | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Rassie Van der Dussen, the South African cricketer, said that India is one of the strongest teams in the world. The player said “We came here we knew it's gonna be tough. India obviously is one of the strongest teams in the world and we are embracing that challenge.” India and South Africa are currently playing a three-match T20 series. The first match was abandoned due to rains, however, India won the second match and is on a 1-0 lead in the series. “Unfortunately the first game was washed due to rain, but we have got one more chance to level the series,” Dusssen said while speaking to the reporters.

Rassie appreciates Indian Bowling

The South-African batsman appreciated also India’s bowling game, “Credit must go to the way India bowlers bowled in the final overs. We didn't capitalise and fell 1-15 runs short,165 would have been a nice score”, he said. “The last game didn’t go well but we have learnt a lot of lessons and we are definitely better prepared for this time,” he added. Team India consists of many bowlers for the series many players have the experience of playing T20 cricket. 

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Virat and Rohit a big challenge for South Africa

Van der Dussen also spoke about Virat, Dhawan and Rohit. He said that they are world-class players. “Those guys are world-class players and probably the best in T20 batters. Virat and Rohit are leading run-scorers and it’s a great challenge for us” he said. South Africa and India will play the third T20 match on Sunday. India India announced a relatively younger squad with fresh faces for T20I assignments. India currently ranks at the fourth spot on ICC charts, this win might help the team improve its ranking. India won series against West Indies

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(with inputs from ANI)


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