Jacques Kallis believes South Africa can still bounce back in the first test match against India despite having a terrible Day 2.
The South Africans were expected to go on and take a first innings lead, but, they lost their remaining 8 wickets cheaply to the Indian spinners and were bundled out for just 184.
According to Kallis, it would not be fair to criticize the touring side for that batting performance because the pitch was far from being ideal for batting. There are not too many players in the business at this point of time who would have found it easy to score runs on such a rank turner.
Kallis reckons one player who can make the match winning difference for South Africa from this stage is AB De Villiers. He is someone who has got the game for the pitches which turn square.
Kallis is also of the view that there is nothing wrong with the home sides making pitches to suit their style of play and the opposition just needs to adjust to those surfaces quickly.