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Langeveldt: Our death bowling has improved

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Charl Langeveldt (Gallo Images)
Charl Langeveldt (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - South Africa's bowling coach Charl Langeveldt is convinced that the Proteas have made progress with their death bowling despite losing to Australia at the Wanderers on Sunday.

The home team failed to defend a total in excess of 200 as the Aussies won by five wickets to level the series at one-all going into the deciding game at Newlands on Wednesday.

Kagiso Rabada is showing plenty of promise as the 20-year-old nailed a few yorkers on Sunday with the Proteas not just relying on Dale Steyn to bowl at the death.

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