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Ab De Villiers believes they can still win the series

Talal Dar - 06-02-2016 - View: 310

The South African captain says England are in great form but they are not unbeatable

Ab De Villiers believes they can still win the series

The captain of the South African Cricket Team Ab De Villiers believes that they can still end up winning the series against England team even after going 2-0 down due to a 5 wicket loss in Port Elizabeth as he thinks English team is in amazing form but they are not unbeatable.

England had beaten South Africa 2-1 in Test Series and now they are only one win away from winning the One-Day International (ODI) series as well. Last team was Australia in 2002 who came to South Africa and defeated them in both Test and ODI series.

De Villiers said that people may think that he is saying same thing again and again but the truth is that they are coming close in every game and they have had chances. He said that they will just have to take the opportunities and they will be able to get on the board.

The South Africa had lost just 3 wickets after 40 overs and their score was around 200 so it looked like they could reach 300. De Villiers was well set and approaching his century but he was dismissed on 73 and they lost JP Duminy in the next over as well.

They could score just 262 and De Villiers believed that they were 30-40 runs short. If they had scored around 300 they would have won easily. At the end it was brilliance from Jos Buttler once again who scored 48 off 28 balls and won the game for England.

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