Snapshot for day 4 of the second Test


The 22-year-old was named player of the match in his side's six-wicket win at St George's Park, but he was embarrassed that the talk was about his antics rather than his stunning feats with ball in hand.

"Hashtag! Rabada must play!"

Rabada earned man-of-the-match honors for taking figures of 11-150 in the second Test, as South Africa leveled the four-match series 1-1 with a six-wicket victory.

Kagiso Rabada has been quite consistent ever since he wore the South Africa jersey.

Khawaja and Marsh (39 not out) came together when Australia were 86 for four but batted for more than two hours on a pitch which was largely placid. The counter-attacking tail-ender was given a taste of his own medicine - reverse swing - and edged behind cheaply as Rabada finished with 11 wickets in the match.

Du Plessis expressed concern that the sport's authorities were being too sensitive in policing such matters.

Rabada is one of the most popular cricketers in South Africa, mainly for his major talent but also because he is a young black player in a sport focusing on bringing black players through to the national team to erase the legacy of apartheid.

South Africa will also have to make a call on Steyn, who sits on 419 test wickets, two behind the country's all-time leader in the five-day game, Shaun Pollock.

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"He is one of the best players in the world, if not the best", said Australian bowling coach David Saker.

Rabada is already on five demerit points, and reaching eight demerit points automatically triggers a two-Test ban. Rabada had taken five into the game.

Match referee Jeff Crowe dished out both punishments.

But SA are considering making a last-gasp legal attempt to try to keep the fast bowler in their XI for the third Test at Newlands in Cape Town, starting on March 22.

"If KG appeals he will still be suspended unless the Judicial Commissioner is appointed early and hears an argument to allow him to still compete whilst hearing is being sorted out". They did not even play complete first day but played total 71.3 overs.

Du Plessis spoke of the need for the regulations to be applied consistently‚ and for common sense to trump all. "A lot has been said about how wonderful KG's rise is, best strike-rate in world cricket at the moment or ever, so I don't think you have to say too much more. To be honest, I just let it out", he said.

"It's a big series‚ there's a lot to play for".

"There was a lot of emotion from that last Test match going into this one and once again, as a fast bowler, you want to prove things to people and you want to show everyone you belong on this stage". You're playing for the No.1 spot.