South Africa defeated Pakistan in the second T20I by seven runs at the Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg to take an unassailable lead of 2-0 in the three-match T20I series. David Miller has been central to both the Proteas wins. In fact, he has won back-to-back Player-of-the-match awards for his brilliance in the ongoing series between the two sides.
But the stand-in Proteas skipper, David Miller, at one point felt that he was “the worst captain on the planet.”
“I thought I was the worst captain on the planet, to be honest, but they were always going to go hard in the powerplay,” said Miller during the post-match presentation.
‘We didn’t start too well, but credit to our bowlers for really bringing it back. Shamsi came on and did incredibly well to bring their run rate down, and then Sipamla in his first game was absolutely incredible. I was really pleased with the two of them,’ said Miller, who was captaining South Africa in absence of the rested Faf du Plessis.