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I Would Have Liked To Have Done Better Says Kasigo Rabada

Kasigo Rabada has been a famed player when it comes to the Indian Premier League of 2019. He has been a support for the Mumbai Indians who eventually went forth to win the title of IPL this year and Rabada feels that he was more fruitful for the team in IPL than for his own team, South Africa in the World cup 2019.

He also said that his team and teammates should learn serious lessons after getting dismissed from the World Cup campaign for 2019. The Faf du Plessis led, South African team has been eliminated from the tournament after losing to Pakistan at the Lord’s on Sunday. This sums up to be the second time, South Africa has failed to make it to the World Cup knockout stages and the entire team is not happy about it.

There have been times where we’ve been really unlucky

The same is being referred by the South African bowler, Kasigo Rabada who said that he hopes that the team comes out to emerge wiser after they failed to leave a mark in the World Cup being played at England and Wales. “There have been times where we’ve been really unlucky. At the same time, there have been times where we have let ourselves down. But there are plenty of learnings. That’s why we play this game. It’s not easy. As much as you want to be at the top, you will never find it smooth sailing. It’s extremely tough and when you’re playing out there, you experience all these feelings, the highs and the lows and that’s part of the game,” says Rabada.

I got a lot more results in the IPL

Rabada was a very famous player in the Indian Premier League 2019 but proved to be one of the biggest World Cup disappointments for the South African squad. He could only manage to take six wickets at an average of 50.83 which is very big dip considering his performance in the IPL 2019. “I got a lot more results in the IPL. In this tournament, I think I have just done okay. I would have liked to have done better. These are the tournaments you really want to stand up in,” said Rabada.