Shaun Pollock talks to Cricket World TV about making his international debut and his early years playing for South Africa.
Pollock recalls what it was like to come into the team shortly after the team was allowed to play international cricket again in 1992.
And with Quinton de Kock making his debut for the Proteas in the second Test against Australia in Port Elizabeth, Pollock knows exactly how the youngster must have felt.
He talks here about his early years in the game including his debut against England, back in 1995.
Pollock captained South Africa between 2000 and 2007, took 829 international wickets and scored 7,060 runs during a distringuished career.
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