We are under pressure: Morris
Johannesburg: South Africa all-rounder Chris Morris today conceded that the whole team is under tremendous pressure ahead of the "do or die" fourth ODI, as a dominant India eye a first-ever series win here on Saturday.
The Men in Blue have a 3-0 lead in the six-match series and will become the first visiting side to beat the Proteas in ODIs at home since 2013, if they achieve this milestone.
"It's do or die for us now. It's natural pressure. If we lose one more, that's the series gone," Morris said on the eve of the match. "... So we'll be fighting for every single ball, every single run out there. So a lot of pressure but what's cricket without pressure? It's boring."
South Africa woefully struggled to get their act right in the matches gone by.
"Look at the moment, we are all under pressure. We are 3 -0 down and what more pressure do you need. Every single guy in the team is feeling pressure. We know we've under performed, and we know the way we've lost hasn't been good."