South Africa captain AB de Villiers says the Proteas 'ticked a lot of boxes' during their 201-run win over Ireland at the Manuka Oval on Tuesday.
South Africa captain AB de Villiers was pleased with his side's 201-run victory over Ireland in Canberra on Tuesday, saying he felt no pressure to conform to anyone else's expectations and they played from the heart.
South Africa recorded a 400-plus score for a second game in a row, the first time that's happened in ODIs, thanks to centuries from Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla, and then they bowled Ireland out for 210 runs in Canberra in Tuesday.
South Africa assistant coach Adrian Birrell believes the Proteas have to be wary of a frustrated Ireland side, when the two teams clash in a World Cup Pool B match in Canberra on Tuesday.
South Africa batsman Farhaan Behardien thinks that the Proteas squad's depth could be one the keys to winning the World Cup that is currently underway in Australia and New Zealand.