DNP Desk: In the ICC T20 World Cup, the Super 12 match of Group 1 was played between South Africa and West Indies at the Dubai ground on Tuesday. South Africa team has won this match. Even after all this, a shocking news has come out from the South African team. Actually, former captain Quinton de Kock was not seen playing today’s match in South Africa’s team. The reason behind this is shocking. It is being told that Quinton de Kock withdrew his name from the playing XI i.e. he refused to play today’s match.
Significantly, the teams of all the countries participating in the T20 World Cup match have been seen supporting the Black Life Matters campaign. Former South Africa team captain Quinton de Kock withdrew his name from the match before going into the match against the West Indies team on Tuesday.
This information came in front of everyone at the time of toss. Well, the real reason behind this is being told something else. According to media reports, Quinton de Kock refused to kneel before the match to support Black Life Matters. It is being told that this was the reason why Quinton de Kock was dropped from the playing XI of South Africa.
South Africa beat West Indies by 8 wickets
South Africa defeated West Indies by 8 wickets in the 18th match of the ICC T20 World Cup. In this historic match played on the Dubai ground, South Africa captain Temba Bavuma won the toss and decided to bowl. Batting first, on the basis of Evin Lewis’s half-century, West Indies team scored 143 runs in the stipulated 20 overs for the loss of 8 wickets and set South Africa a target of 144 runs to win. Coming to bat, South Africa won the match by scoring 144 runs for 2 wickets in 18.2 overs on the basis of Markram’s unbeaten half-century.
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