There has already been another major setback for veteran injured players by the host South Africa. Hosts wicketkeeper and opener Quinton de Kock are out of the remaining four ODIs of the six-match ODI series. Certainly after this big setback, the South Africa team has suffered a big setback. Quinton de Coke is the fourth South African veteran to be out of the series.
Now you know that already the host star fast bowler Dale Steyn, batsman AB de Villiers ODI and regular captain Faiz du Plessis will be out of the Twenty20 series as well as ODIs due to injury. Have been. Everyone saw how the absence of legendary players in the second ODI in Centurion showed a clear effect on the morale of the team and the game.
If the South African batting in Centurion had fizzled out completely, then there was definitely a big reason behind AB de Villiers and Faf du Plessis in the hosts XI. Without the regular captain’s host team, they were suddenly seen to be orphaned on the field. The hosts did not even have to worry that the exit from the remaining four matches due to the injury of Quinton de Kock would definitely undermine the morale of the South African team.
The left hand wrist injury of Quinton de Coke will remain away from active cricket for 2-4 weeks. South African manager Dr. Mohammed Musaji said that during the second ODI, there was very deep injury in the quintan wrist. And it will take 2-4 weeks for them to recover from them. Because of this, he will not be able to play in the four ODIs and possibly Twenty20 series.