David Miller, South African batsman has stated that the team has put their ‘couple of upsets’ behind them and are ‘raring to go’ in the International Cricket Council World Cup quarterfinals.
David Miller, accepted that they have had a couple of distress but persisted that he always think that might happen in group levels.
Sport24 reported, David Miller, who got 49 runs as South Africa got a 146 run victory over the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to assure a quarterfinal berth added that as they move forward, he thinks that they have demonstrated over the previous year and a half the consistency they can play with, .
David Miller stated that he thinks that the squad would be eager to go to quarter-final and are practicing really hard for it. South Africa’s likely quarter-final opponents are Asian islanders Sri Lanka, the 1996 Cricket World Cup Champions who have a formidable batting line up able of setting huge totals. While former South Africa Captain Graeme Smith has questioned the team’s capability to chase down targets when batting second, Miller replied saying that it was not a concern.
Miller ascribed the shock defeat against Pakistan, when Proteas were all-out for 202 runs chasing 232 runs, down to bad luck. He said that this is sometimes a brutal sport, it is the way it goes, but concluded that they have performed chasing, so he does not think that there are not having any areas where they need to improve.