Harsha Bhogle Disappointed With Proteas’ Performance

Harsha Bhogle Disappointed With Proteas’ Performance

Harsha Bhogle Disappointed With Proteas’ Performance

The South African Cricket Team displayed a poor show on the final Test in Ranchi

Cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle expressed his dismay with South Africa’s show in the final Test. He wrote on Twitter about his admiration for the team and described their recent performance as ‘inexplicable’. Currently, India is leading in the Test series against the visiting team.

‘For someone who has admired South African cricket greatly, this is inexplicable. I know there are many issues but none that can explain this capitulation’, Bhogle wrote on his Twitter.

South Africa faced defeat in the first two Test matches. They were defeated by 203 runs in the first Test match. In the second Test, they were thrashed by an innings and 137 runs. 

During the third day of the final Test in Ranchi, the South African Cricket Team lost their wickets too soon. It was a humiliating performance displayed by the visiting team as they failed to counter the attacks from the Men in Blue. India declared 497 for 9 after the Proteas was bowled out in the first innings. 

The fourth day of the Test series is scheduled to be played today. India (+1) has the favourable odds to win against South Africa (+2400). Check out the latest cricket odds on Betwala.
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