Quinton de Kock didn’t feature in South Africa’s playing XI against the West Indies after refusing to follow a CSA directive to take a knee in their stand against racism.
Several reports claimed Quinton de Kock had left the team base in Dubai and was looking for a way out of the UAE, it all turns out to be false as Quinton de Kock released a statement that clears he’ll continue to serve South African Cricket. QDK apologised for not taking a knee and said he would be happy to do it.
READ – DE KOCK’S EARLY EXIT, CSA’S STAND AGAINST RACISM : https://wp.me/pd8tMB-Hc
South Africa lost their opening game to Australia that saw the Aussie men seal a win in a tense chase. With a comprehensive win in their 2nd game against the West Indies the Proteas had a win to their name. They next play Sri Lanka on 30th of October and then play Bangladesh on 2nd of November before their last league stage game against England on 6th of November.