South Africa Dean Elgar said Test’s two easy victories against the West Indies in his first series as a skipper made him feel naturally fit for the job of the country’s leadership.
South Africa beat the hosts by inning and 63 tracks in the first test and won the second test with 158 tracks in St. Lucia to make a clean run of the two-test series.
The Protestants would like to continue the good work in the T20 International series against the West Indies, which starts here on June 26.
“This (leadership) is something I always thought I was born with. I’ve always been a leader in a school, a cricket club through a cricket franchise. I always like to think I’ve led in front. A man of stature but a big man in terms of straightening and presentation.
“This (captaincy) is a great honor. I do not shy away from this responsibility and I do not hesitate to say it,” Elgar told ESPNcricinfo.
For the performers on his team during the series, Elgar said that he is still looking for a better performance from the players. The Protests had problems at 73/7 in the second inning of the second test before putting 174 on the board to give the hosts 300 runs.
“We fought and it’s not good for us that we fought. We turned to it and tried to work on it. The biggest thing is to attack your weaknesses to try to turn them into strengths.
“In my opinion KG (Kagiso Rabada) has been misled when it comes to cotton wool, “Elgar said of the rhythmic bowler, whose best career partnership with eighth and 40th and 70th career wickets with Rassie van der Dussen helped Proteas set 300 goals in the West Indies. second test.
“He’s a lot more talented than he thinks he is. This is a conversation we had before we left for the show – that he has to work on cotton wool. So it was great to see him take over in this department. “