South Africa spinner Keshav Maharaj on October 3 said that his team’s strategy didn’t prove fruitful for them as the side has a task on their hands when they come to bat. “We knew that in the first innings, the wicket was going to be very flat, obviously the wicket would deteriorate from there. But having said that, it did not go according to the plan in terms of not controlling the run-rate.

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