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‘Finally someone said it out loud’ – Twitter reacts after Tom Moody slams Temba Bavuma by saying he is the elephant in the room

Temba Bavuma

South African captain Temba Bavuma has been short of creating an impact for the national team as far as the batting attack is concerned. The right-handed batter failed to lead the attack by example in the ongoing edition of the showpiece event.

He chipped in with a string of low scores, with the majority of his knocks coming in the form of single digit scores. The Proteas captain literally struggled to assess the Australian conditions and ended up on the receiving end, more often than not. 

It is indeed tough to know that a player of that calibre failed to bring the best out of himself in the main event. Overall, he managed to score just 70 runs in all the five games he played for South Africa in Super 12 of the T20 World Cup

Tom Moody slams Proteas captain Temba Bavuma following the team’s exit from the T20 World Cup

Meanwhile, former Australian cricketer, Tom Moody launched a scathing attack on South African skipper Temba Bavuma following the team’s exit from the eighth edition of the ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup 2022 in Australia. 

South Africa performed pretty well against the likes of Bangladesh and India. However, they ended up losing to Pakistan and Netherlands respectively. As a result, they were eliminated from the competition. 

In fact, nobody expected this sort of a result from them in this tournament because they played pretty well as a team. Following their exit from the tournament, they were on the receiving end of trolls as social media users called them “chokers”.

Meanwhile, Tom Moody slammed Proteas captain Temba Bavuma by saying that the latter is an elephant in the room. He literally meant that Bavuma is a major issue in the team. He further added that there are better players sitting on the bench who deserve an opportunity.

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