'KG' calls for bickering over Proteas batting collapse to stop ahead of West Indies clash

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Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has said the bickering over the team’s batting collapse in the opening loss to Australia is not helping, but acknowledged that it is an issue that is being addressed ahead of their second T20 World Cup match against ...

Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Radaba during the team's first night training session in Abu Dhabi on October 18 2021.Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has said the bickering over the team’s batting collapse in the opening loss to Australia is not helping, but acknowledged it is an issue that is being addressed ahead of their second T20 World Cup match against champions West Indies in Dubai on Tuesday.

“The worst thing you can do is to harp on and on about it, but it is definitely an area of concern and it is being addressed.” They added 11 more runs to be dismissed for an embarrassing 55 in 14.2 overs and England strolled to an easy chase to win by seven wickets with 70 balls to spare. “It is just about having our strategy and tactics [right] and executing on that,” said Rabada, who has one wicket so far after he got the big scalp of Aussie captain Aaron Finch.

Faf du Plessis’ side lost five of their eight completed matches at the tournament and were the first of the 10 competing teams to be eliminated from the running for a place in the semifinals.

 

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