The Match That Made Dawid Malan | 78 off 44 In First Ever Game | England v South Africa T20 2017

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England & Wales Cricket Board published this video item, entitled “The Match That Made Dawid Malan | 78 off 44 In First Ever Game | England v South Africa T20 2017” – below is their description.

Having already been professional for 11 years, Malan made his international debut in 2017 against South Africa. Needless to say, he has never looked back…

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