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Kepler Wessels: South Africa would be delighted with their performance

Indian bowlers bowled well in patches, and they would be disappointed that they got just four wickets on a pitch that had lot of life (00:00)

January 2, 2011

Posted by   on (January 3, 2011, 16:41 GMT)

Wessels only seem to come to comment when RSA are doing good or alright. He was there during Centurion, he was there during first day of Durban test (then I believe Polly had to come :P) and he's back yet again. I am sure if India plays well on day three and are ahead then he won't show up. Or is it that the reps are not going to him when RSA is down ? Either way, I feel K.Wessels and A.Donald are two commentators (strictly based on their comments during the test series) who would go all out to support RSA and make it sound like "GO RSA" kind of comments. I'd like them to comment like Neutrals if possible for them !

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