2021 REVIEW | Proteas show glimpses of promise, but it's not enough for expectant fans

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Mark Boucher (Getty Images)
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Ever since readmission in 1991 - 30 years ago - South Africans have held the highest of standards for the Proteas men's side. 

More often than not, and even without a sought-after World Cup trophy in the cabinet, those expectations have been met. 

South African cricket fans are knowledgeable, passionate and, above all else, they love winning. 

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