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Proteas' famous, reviving night: Now to keep the fire burning

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Anrich Nortje and Tabraiz Shamsi
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Public sentiment around the Proteas at close to an all-time low entering the first of three critical ODIs against World Cup holders England, they seemed for all money to be headed ignominiously for the "Massacre of Mangaung" at around the two-thirds stage of the game.

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