South African pacer Lungi Ngidi heaped praises on bowling coach Charl Langeveldt and mentioned he feels comfy executing plans with him.
Ngidi took 25 wickets in 10 restricted-overs matches for the Proteas in the summertime, together with profession-greatest figures of 6/58 in his final encounter in opposition to Australia.
“Having Langeveldt again has been actually good for me. He has been very supportive and encourages the way in which I believe. As a bowler, I really feel actually comfy with executing my plans and I by no means worry that the bowling coach is not going to agree with my plan, Ngidi mentioned in an announcement.
“He understands me and he’s been there earlier than. He’s been in conditions the place you could have the ball and you need to deviate from the sport plan. He’s bought a number of information and he himself was a very skillful bowler. He’s helped me rather a lot,” he added.
It has been a difficult residence summer season for South Africa as they misplaced the Test sequence 3-1 to England earlier than the 50-over world champions drew the ODI leg of the tour 1-1, and received their three-match T20I sequence 2-1.
The staff additionally suffered a 2-1 defeat within the T20 sequence in opposition to Australia however bounced again to beat the identical opponents 3-zero within the ODIs.
Langeveldt joined Proteas’ facet in December final 12 months. Prior to this, he was working with the Bangladesh cricket staff underneath Russell Domingo.