Virat Kohli would hold the key as India take on South Africa in T20 World Cup 2022. Photo: @ICC
It will not be an easy affair for the Indian team to face the sweet chin music on the bounce of Perth Stadium when they take on the South African side full of excellent pacers. The Proteas know well how top ride the bounce and the Indian top order would have to wait for its opportunities after the initial swing and seam of the new ball fade away.
However, it won’t be all tough going either as Virat Kohli is in form and Rohit Sharma too showed that he is capable of hitting the ball a mile as and when
First Published: Oct 30 2022 | 9:29 AM IST