JP Duminy has apologised to South Africa fans after the country's "dismal" showing at the World Cup. Faf du Plessis's men have beaten only win-less Afghanistan in their opening seven games, meaning they cannot mathematically reach the last four. "It's been pretty dismal from our part," said Duminy, who will retire from the 50-over game after the tournament in England and Wales.
"We obviously want to apologise to the public and the South African fans for letting them down. "You know when you represent your country it is always a proud moment and you understand that you represent 50, 60 million people, that is a proud moment in itself. "And when you put in performances like that, you know, you in a way almost feel ashamed of that."