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Proteas continue woeful run in unpopular Kingsmead

The much-maligned Kingsmead soldiered previous frustrating groups as well as fading light to provide among the even more thrilling completed ever before experienced in a Test suit on South African dirt.

A perfect innings of 153 runs 200 rounds from Kusal Perera, that cooperated a 78- run last-wicket collaboration with Vishwa Fernando offered Sri Lanka their 3rd succeeding Test success over the hosts.

It was likewise the 2nd time the Lions have actually come down upon the city of Durban as rank no-hopers, just to run not likely victors, as well as the most recent win additionally brought right into the limelight the hosts’ bad document in Kingsmead.

In their last 10 suits in the place, South Africa have actually taken care of simply 2 success– one versus an unlucky West Indian side in 2010, as well as the various other coming versus India in Jacques Kallis’ last Test in 2013.

Under Faf du Plessis’ captaincy, the Proteas have actually fallen short to grab a Test win in Durban in 4 efforts, shedding 4 as well as attracting one– a drizzled out event versus New Zealand, where just one complete innings was feasible.

Kingsmead has actually not just been an undesirable place for the South African gamers, but also for the followers also– as appeared in the sporadic groups that got on program throughout the 4 days of cricket in the lately wrapped up Test.

The 3rd day, which established the thrilling coating, just saw a little over 2 000 individuals show up as well as, although Sri Lanka had actually done extremely little bit in the days before attract a pregnant group, the suit scenario could have required a little bit much less vacant environment-friendly seats, specifically on a Saturday.

Proteas document in Kingsmead


Won: 9
Lost: 9
Drawn: 7

Last 10 suits

vs Sri Lanka 2019– Lost by 1 gate
vs Australia 2018– Lost by 118 runs
vs New Zealand 2016– Draw
vs England 2016– Lost by 241 runs
vs India 2013 -Won by 10 gates
vs Sri Lanka 2011– Lost by 208 runs
vs India 2010– Lost by 87 runs
vs England 2009– Lost by an innings as well as
vs Australia 2009– Lost by 175 runs
vs West Indies 2008– Won by an innings as well as 100

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