ShizaApril 9, 202122:22:41
In the great universe of cricket, South Africa was one of the earliest Test-playing nations, becoming one since 1888. They began their excursion in the realm of cricket with a two-Test arrangement against England in 1888-89 under the captaincy of Owen Dunnell. As the years passed by, they turned into a power to deal with. During the 1900s their volunteer army of googly bowlers foxed the Englishmen into a rout. By the 1950s, they had a competitive side. In 1952-53, under the capable stewardship of Jack Cheetham, they drew a Test series against the imposing Australian side. It was in 1969-70 however that they contacted magnified statures in the realm of cricket. With any semblance of Barry Richards, Trevor Goddard, Graeme Pollock, Peter Pollock, Mike Procter, Eddie Barlow, Lee Irvine playing for them, and Ali Bacher driving the side, they dominated Australia and won the arrangement 4-0. Following 21 years, South Africa cricket players returned into the global fold by playing a One-Day International arrangement against India.