Johannesburg, Feb. 25 ANI | 9 months ago

South Africa's right-arm off spinner J.P. Duminy, who took the crucial first wicket in their second Test against Australia, said that it was a collective effort of the bowling unit that leveled Australia's batting line up.

Although pacer, Dale Steyn, fired up everybody with his spell, Duminy said that it was the collective effort of South Africa's pacing trio-Vernon Philander, Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn, which led to Australia's 231-run loss in the second Test.

According to Sport24, Duminy said that everybody contributed in South Africa's win and said that he was fortunate enough to bag the first wicket, which signalled an avalanche for Australia's batting lineup.

Duminy said that he was under a little pressure with the bat but he did fulfill his role with the bat, scoring 127 in the first innings, which was the third Test century of his career, the report added.

Duminy also added that it was great to put in a man-of-the match performance for the team.

(Posted on 26-02-2014)

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