The ODI World Cup is approaching, and the ICC recently unveiled the schedule. It was disclosed that the tournament will commence on October 5, with England and New Zealand competing at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium. South Africa, led by Temba Bavuma, aims to overcome their World Cup struggles. In their first match on October 7 at Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium, they will face the second qualifying team.
Prior to the significant tournament, Bavuma expressed his pride in captaining South Africa. And his belief that the team has the capabilities to succeed, despite their previous performances.
“Representing your country in a Cricket World Cup is a dream come true for any player, but to captain your country on cricket’s biggest stage is an achievement beyond most players’ wildest dreams.”
“This will be my first 50-over Cricket World Cup. And I am humbled to be entrusted with the job of leading the group of men we will have come September. The road to success is never linear. Also, we’ve definitely had our ups and downs on the road to qualification. But the important thing is that we have made it and we are in it to win it,”
Bavuma further added.
This is going to be an exciting World Cup for everyone involved: Bavuma
“I’m looking forward to the showpiece that the tournament is guaranteed to be and hope to lead South Africa to historical achievements. Hence, this is going to be an exciting World Cup for everyone involved,”
“With India as hosts, we as players know the kind of fanfare, noise, and festive energy we can expect from fans in and out of the stadiums. Furthermore, it’s going to be a carnival of cricket like no other. And definitely a World Cup we are looking forward to taking part and excelling in,”
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