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Langeveldt impressed with seamers' aggression

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After bowling Bangladesh out for under 100 in the first T20, South Africa's attack intends to apply the same heat to their opposition in the second game as they go in search of a series win. South Africa's pack of Kyle Abbott, Kagiso Rabada, David Wiese and Wayne Parnell broke the back of the Bangladesh chase, with six wickets between them. Abbott and Rabada set the tone through effective use of the short ball, which made matters uncomfortable for the Bangladesh batsmen even though there was not much bounce or pace from the surface. With conditions likely to be more like the ones South Africa are experiencing now in Bangladesh than those they play in at home, Langeveldt wants his men to have enough variation in their game to perform on any surface.