Kagiso Rabada is part of South Africa’s T20 World Cup in 2021.© AFP
South Africa The newspaper Kagiso Rabada said winning the T20 World Cup could be the biggest achievement for his team. South Africa to launch its T20 World Cup campaign Australia on October 23 at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi. “It would be very special. One hundred percent – it would be my greatest life achievement in sports, that’s what it would be. It would also be one of the highest achievements in cricket, that’s what is missing. That would be the icing. We hope we are the generation that can bring home the trophy, ”ESPNcricinfo told Rabada.
In the six T20 World Cups played, South Africa twice finished as semi-finalists (2009 and 2014).
“I do not even like to talk about the baggage and what has happened in the past has happened in the past. I do not want to talk too much about it, we have a challenge ahead of us. No one in the past us tried to lose games.We have the same mentality, whether we have luggage or not.I just think it’s not worth talking about, it’s just worth playing, Rabada.
“It feels great. There are clearly a lot of good memories of the U-19 World Cup. It would be great to repeat that with the senior team,” he added.
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