Having made his name in Hockey at a tender age of 12, Andile shifted to cricket soon and was also part of the Aiden Markram-led South African squad that won the U-19 WC in 2014. Soon drafted into the national side, he showed great promise by not just taking wickets but also producing some useful innings with the bat. He is especially known for his ability to bowl well at the death - a quality that is sought out by all teams around the world these days. Injuries continue to bother him although he has age by his side and he would love to add more depth to his bowling especially since he is a medium pace bowler in a team filled with express pace ones.read more
South African all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo has said that he is targeting 100 Test appearances for the side.
South Africa had a poor performance in the 2019 World Cup, where the side crashed out in the group stages of the tournament.
Sarfaraz Ahmed was caught making racist comments towards Andile Phehlukwayo by the stump mic in the 37th over of South Africa's run chase on Tuesday in the second ODI.
"We can forgive but that doesn't mean we brush it under the table," he added.
Sarfraz made the comments against Phehlukwayo in the 37th over of South Africa's run chase on Tuesday. South Africa eventually won the match by five wickets.
Andile Phehlukwayo took 4/22 and hit an unbeaten 69 while Rassie van der Dussen scored 80 not out as South Africa beat Pakistan by 5 wickets in the second ODI.
Phehlukwayo admitted that he learnt the art of playing spin by following the likes of former Proteas greats like Lance Klusener and Shaun Pollock.