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Kagiso Rabada is a South African international cricketer who plays all formats of the game. Rabada, who is known by the nickname KG, is a fast bowler and plays domestic cricket for the Highveld Lions.
South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada has said he doesn't know whether it was a right thing by the ICC to ban him for the fourth and final Test against England, but the reality is that he is banned and he can't let that happen again in the future as he is letting himself and the team down.
Former Australia speedster Brett Lee has slammed ICC's decision to suspend South Africa quick Kagiso Rabada for one Test due to his overflow of emotions while celebrating a wicket, saying its "ridiculous".
Former South Africa wicketkeeper-batsman Mark Boucher believes that emotions sometimes "overflow" on the cricket field when two teams are playing hard against each other and going for the win. However, he is of the view that aggression shouldn't be taken out of the game.
Despite a safe and steady start, England succumbed to some lethal bowling attack by Kagiso Rabada (4/103) and Anrich Nortje (3/56) in their second innings as they suffered a 107-run defeat against South Africa in the first match of the Test series at the SuperSport Park here on Sunday.
Ajinkya Rahane notched up a hundred while Rohit Sharma stood on the brink of his maiden Test double ton as India consolidated their position in the first innings and reached 357/4 at lunch on Day 2 of the third Test here on Sunday.
South Africa pacers came out with a brilliant performance as they scalped three wickets in the first session of the third and final Test against India, here on Saturday.
Mayank Agarwal smashed a century and helped India to score 273/3 at the end of day one of the second Test against South Africa here on Thursday.
After India set a target of 395 in the first Test, South Africa pacer Vernon Philander on Saturday lauded the Indian batting lineup, saying that the side tackled Proteas' spinners really well.
Rohit Sharma underlined his credentials as a Test opener with a second consecutive hundred as India set South Africa a target of 395 at stumps on Day 4 of the first Test at the ACA-VDCA Stadium here on Saturday.
South Africa pace spearhead Kagiso Rabada is not losing sleep over the meteorical rise of India's Jasprit Bumrah and England's Jofra Archer.