Rabada turns it up to 11 as SA draw level

Rabada turns it up to 11 as SA draw level

Rabada turns it up to 11 as SA draw level

South Africa were well on their way to levelling the series 1-1 at lunch on the fourth day in Port Elizabeth, where Kagiso Rabada ripped through Australia's lower order to complete a ten-wicket haul.

The ICC were still to confirm match referee Jeff Crowe's finding in regards to Rabada's level two charge from the first day of the game, when he made shoulder contact with Steve Smith, when Theunis de Bruyn hit the winning runs before tea on Monday (March 12).

He was also fined 20 percent of his match fee for swearing at South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, who was himself banned for the rest of the series for a repeated code of conduct breaches.

"We're just going too (far) on the sensitive side with everything", he said. "I cant keep doing this because I'm letting the team down and I'm letting myself down".

Rabada attended a disciplinary hearing at St. George's Park on Sunday and now will wait for the match officials and the International Cricket Council to decide his fate. If I knew I did it deliberately, I wouldn't have gone to contest.

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Cricket South Africa and Rabada have 48 hours to appeal the ICC's decision over his incident with Smith if they choose to do so.

Is a two-match ban a fair punishment for Rabada's antics? Australia had won the first Test. "I just see it as passion".

Rabada confirmed how much he would be missed at Newlands and the Wanderers with match figures of 11-150. But I have to move forward.

"I was just exhausted of playing".

It is indeed insane to think that he is spearheading South Africa's pace attack at the age of 22 and already has 124 Test wickets in his kitty. "It's bittersweet. I would have loved to be playing in the next game".

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During the recently-concluded India series, visiting captain Virat Kohli was seen after virtually every wicket giving South African players "send-offs", but no action was taken.

"I don't know what's going to happen to him after this Test, but if he's around for the next Test match he'll have learned from his mistakes, de Villiers added". I'm not happy about it. We talked about it and said should we not maybe send Keshav in but it was no, no, no, we want you.

David Warner went for 13, after some wonderful bowling by Kagiso Rabada, while Cameron Bancroft fought hard for his 24 runs, but got unlucky when he was yorked and his attempt to dig it out saw the ball played back onto his stumps.

Australia had started the morning on 180 for 5, leading by 41 runs and desperately needing some strong fight from the tail in order to set South Africa a vaguely competitive target.

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