KARACHI: South African Cricketer Kagiso Rabada on Thursday revealed that he thinks his staff continues to be able to profitable the Karachi Take a look at towards Pakistan regardless of his aspect being 4 down with the lead of simply 29 runs.
Rabada, who accomplished his 200 Take a look at wickets, informed media by way of a web-based convention that his aspect is “up for the challenge” on the fourth day of the primary Take a look at at Nationwide Stadium.
“Positively,” Rabada responded when a journalist requested if the sport continues to be winnable for South Africa.
“That’s what we believe and that’s what you have to believe as a team. We’re up for the challenge. We have to be up for the challenge. That’s what we play for, that’s why we get up in the morning, that’s why we practice so hard,” he mentioned.
The South African bowler mentioned that his aspect will attempt to give “its best shot and be in a position to set a decent target for Pakistan in the 4th innings.”
“I think Aiden and Russy batted extremely well, in subcontinent wickets can fall in clusters that way. We got constantly tested and we’re going to get tested again tomorrow, just like Pakistan got tested when we had them four down overnight,” the 25-year-old quick bowler mentioned.
He additionally hoped so as to add some runs and contribute with the bat for his aspect if he has to come back and bat on the 4th day of Take a look at.
“Whatever chance I get to put the team in a good position, I’ll be willing to take the challenge,” he mentioned.
Speaking about his feat of reaching 200 Take a look at wickets milestone, Kagiso Rabada mentioned that it’s “a massive feat to be included in a list of top bowlers.”
Replying to a query, the younger pacer mentioned that Waqar Younis is likely one of the bowlers he grew up watching and would “love to have chat with him to learn more about the game.”
“He’s one of the bowlers that I’ve watched in my spare time, and when I’m looking to learn about the game. I’d really love to chat to him once all of this is over and to see what he has to say,” he mentioned about Pakistan’s bowling coach.