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'Drew inspiration from Adelaide innings' - du Plessis

Faf du Plessis speaks about his fourth-innings century that helped South Africa pull off an exciting draw against India in Johannesburg

December 22, 2013

Posted by sohailmalik1985 on (December 23, 2013, 5:23 GMT)

well done faf what a player he is no words to appropriate him at the end he was unlucky he is all time my favorite player. He is the beauty of test cricket. This is his unforgettable ing just like Adelaide

Posted by MasterClass on (December 23, 2013, 4:18 GMT)

Great words from the guy who actually made this possible! Everyone should stop armchair quater-backing and just acknowledge what a great game by two completely different but equally amazing teams, and applaud with full hearts. This is the fair result: may be disappointing for some, but not bitter to anyone. Would a win for either side have done that?

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