K.L. Rahul-led India look to level ODI series against South Africa
The Daily Guardian|January 21, 2022
SECOND ODI

Team India will look to bounce back in the ODI series on Friday after suffering a defeat in the first match against South Africa. Temba Bavuma and Rassie van der Dussen's centuries were backed by a spirited bowling performance as South Africa defeated India by 31 runs in the first ODI of the three-match series here at Boland Park, Paarl on Wednesday. As India gear up for the second ODI, the visitors will look for a win to level the series. After the defeat in the first ODI, batter Shikhar Dhawan has said losing wickets in a cluster cost his side the game.

While amends in batting are needed, it was also a dismal bowling performance from the visitors and the bowling attack will have to be at top of their game in the second ODI.

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