David Miller shares tragic news ahead of IND vs SA 2nd ODI
South African cricketer David Miller on Saturday October 8 took to social media and shared heartbreaking news of the loss of a loved one. The cricketer is currently at Ranchi playing for Proteas in the IND vs SA ODI series. Miller posted an Instagram video story with a girl and captioned the post as “Rip My Princess.”
IND vs SA: David Miller shares a heartbreaking message on social networks
Taking to his Instagram account, David Miller revealed the unfortunate news of a young girl’s death from cancer. He wrote: “I will miss you so much my skut! Biggest heart I have ever known. You took the fight to a different level, always incredibly positive and with a smile on your face. A cheeky and mischievous side to ”
The lefty posted a moving video on Instagram. The video consisted of footage in which Miller and the girl can be seen spending precious time together. In the video, it was seen that the southpaw also took her to stadiums and clicked pictures after games. He captioned the image “RIP you little rockstar, Love you always!”
IND vs SA 2nd ODI: David Miller looks to help proteas win series at Ranchi
After suffering defeat in the opening ODI despite Sanju Samson’s heroics, Team India will look to keep the ODI series alive by winning the second match at Ranchi. Ahead of the 2nd ODI, the men in blue suffered a major blow with Deepak Chahar ruled out of the series due to injury and replaced by Washington Sundar. Shikhar Dhawan will be hoping to score some points and give the team a strong start, while talented Shubman Gill will also be looking for a big shot after coming up short in the opener.
On the other hand, South Africa will be playing for crucial Super League points which will give them automatic qualification for next year’s ODI World Cup. Temba Bavuma is going through a tough time with the bat and will be looking to get back to his form quickly. David Miller has shown excellent form on this tour after also breaking his second ton of T20I. Moreover, his form also continued in the inaugural ODI as his brilliant half-century helped South Africa post 249 runs on the board in the rain-affected game. The visitors eventually won the game by nine points. Another crack contest is expected on the cards.