Johannesburg: South Africa coach Russell Domingo has admitted that he is happy with the way his side is performing, but added that they still have a long way to go as they are looking forward for their fourth ODI of the five-match series against India.
Domingo also expressed his views about the all-rounder JP Duminy who was ruled out of the remaining two ODIs after suffering from hand injury during third match.
Domingo admitted that losing Duminy was a 'big loss' for the team, adding that they would have to face a hard time to find his suitable replacement.
He affirmed that Duminy is a world-class player who can adjust to different conditions, Sport24 reported.
The tourists are currently 2-1 in the series against India following their 18-run win over the latter in third ODI at Rajkot.
South Africa will now be aiming to seal the ODI series when they take on the hosts in the fourth match in Chennai on October 22.