Six years ago cricket coach Shane Gaffney told Lungi Ngidi that he has what it takes to play for South Africa.The Hilton College coach’s confidence in the Grade 9-learner’s bowling abilities was just the incentive the youngster needed to start dreaming big. But Gaffney might be surprised how quickly Ngidi has impacted on international cricket.In his very first T20-game for the Proteas Ngidi took 2/12 against Sri Lanka at SuperSport Park and followed it up with another brilliant performance taking 4/19 at the Wanderers. As a result of his spirited bowling, he was awarded the Man-of-the-Match trophy on his debut. This might just be the start of bigger things to come. Yesterday(Wednesday) evening at Newlands, in the third and final T20-encounter Ngidi was eager to continue his “terror campaign” against Sri Lanka. The 20-year old fast bowler admits that he surprised himself with his impact on the series so far.“As a bowler you don’t usually think about taking wickets as your only focus is on making sure that you bowl a good line and length and that you hit the right areas in order to pressurize the batsman. Every time I run in to bowl I see it as a competition of skills between myself and the batsman. A competition I obviously want to win,” said Ngidi who will also represent South Africa in the One Day-series.