Following his incredible performance of 174 runs in the World Cup match in Mumbai against Bangladesh, South African opener Quinton de Kock admitted to feeling a bit nervous before the game. De Kock’s remarkable century, coupled with Heinrich Klaasen’s explosive 90, played a pivotal role in South Africa’s commanding 149-run victory over Bangladesh. “I was a bit nervous this morning, don’t normally get nervous at all. I had a bit of fun, great to get two points. But I was a bit more tired than satisfied (after the innings),” said de Kock during the post-match presentation.