'Proteas can bounce back, Faf du Plessis is a fighter'

Are the Proteas going to bounce back in their Cricket World Cup campaign?

The South African cricket team suffered their third defeat against India by six wickets.

India took their time over the chase before winning with 15 balls to spare.

Nicklaus Bauer speaks to cricket correspondent Daniel Gallan about what the Proteas might have to do to get their fire back.

READ: The Proteas never created a real foundation, says psychologist

Faf du Plessis is a fighter and he leads a team of fighters.

Daniel Gallan, Cricket correspondent

ALSO READ: Proteas' losses: Do we lack a winning culture, asks Eusebius?

Let's not forget that South Africa is still mathematically in the competition.

Daniel Gallan, Cricket correspondent

Before the start of the tournament defeats to India and England were expected. These are two of the best team in the tournament.

Daniel Gallan, Cricket correspondent

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