Unhappy With Himself, Kagiso Rabada Promises to Learn from Mistake

Kagiso Rabada celebrates the wicket of Usman Khawaja during day three of the second cricket Test match between South Africa and Australia at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth

Unhappy With Himself, Kagiso Rabada Promises to Learn from Mistake

Having dismissed Australia for 239 in their second innings in the morning session‚ South Africa needed only 101 runs to win.

Rabada bowled David Warner with a lovely ball on day three in Port Elizabeth then stormed over to the vanquished batsman and screamed in his face.

Rabada (6/54) ripped through Australia, who started on 180/5 with a 41-run lead.

"I won't change the way I express myself, but I'll just get far away from the batter".

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Although Crowe believes Rabada's actions was "inappropriate and deliberate" and that he "had the opportunity to avoid the contact", the fast bowler is steadfast in his belief that he was not trying to shoulder-charge the Australian skipper.

Match referee Jeff Crowe has certainly had his hands full, issuing a whopping six charges so far. "To be honest‚ I just let it out. I just see it as passion".

Eight demerit points triggers a suspension of two Tests or four limited-overs games.

It's early days yet in Rabada's career but in all the 2 298 tests played‚ only Sydney Barnes‚ Clarrie Grimmett and Muttiah Muralitharan have taken a higher percentage of 10-fers measured against matches played. "I would have loved to be playing in the next game, especially coming off a performance like that. I am not happy about it but time moves on", Rabada said.

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A second misconduct charge for screaming at David Warner after bowling the Australian left-hander on Sunday resulted in an extra demerit point and an additional fine of 15 percent of his match fee.

Meanwhile, South Africa lost four wickets before Theunis de Bruyn hit the winning runs. It's taken Rabada 28 tests to get those four 10-wicket hauls, an astonishingly impressive record which underlines the talent of the young quick.

In an increasingly acrimonious series during which Warner, Australia spinner Nathan Lyon and South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock have also been punished by the ICC, Mitchell Marsh was added to that list on Monday. He tried one too many big shots and was caught in the deep by Ngidi off left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj.

Elgar was out for 5, caught and bowled by Nathan Lyon off a leading edge in similar fashion to his dismissal in South Africa's first innings of the series in Durban. "It seemed like he was batting on a different wicket to everyone else."De Villiers claimed he was nervous as he approached his 22nd Test century, his sixth against Australia and his first against any opponents in more than three years".

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De Villiers made a magnificent 126 not out and had good support from the tail as South Africa scored freely before they were all out for 382 shortly before the scheduled lunch break.

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