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He returned incredible figures of six for 54 in 22 overs to finish with a match analysis of 11 for 150‚ the third best by any bowler in test cricket at St George's Park.

"Hashtag! Rabada must play!"

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday handed over a two-match suspension to South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada on grounds of offence of ICC's Code of Conduct. So, as local team South Africa started the Test series but at the inaugural Test, Australia won against Proteas by 118 runs at Durban and so, the guest team is now leading the tournament. "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". Donald has 72 caps‚ Ntini 101‚ and Steyn 86.

Kagiso Rabada steamed in and had the Aussies on all fours with yet another screaming spell of fast bowling.

Then he had a bigger idea: "Or ever ..."

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Faf du Plessis has questioned global cricket's disciplinary approach, stunned that David Warner's staircase rampage and Kagiso Rabada's rowdy send-off could both be worth three demerit points.

Anderson has the chance to reclaim top spot, with England taking on New Zealand in a two-Test series that starts a week on Thursday. He is not trying to over run Steve Smith.

The ICC is yet to release its decision on that charge. He copped another point for his verbal send-off of David Warner on Sunday. Since Rabada was already on five demerit points and having accumulated eight demerit points overall now, he is automatically suspended from two matches. Rabada had taken five into the game. "If you make it so sensitive, guys will interpret it the wrong way", Du Plessis said when discussing the battle for consistency among umpires and match referees. But Rabada will still be rubbed out unless they go down that path and successfully argue with an ICC-appointed judicial commisssioner that he should be permitted to play during the appeal process.

Nathan Lyon dismissed de Villiers for 28, reducing South Africa to 81-4, but the visitors didn't have enough runs to play with and the Proteas got home. "He runs in and bowls quick for a long periods of time", the Proteas skipper said. "He was just very, very passionate when he got him out".

Du Plessis spoke of the need for the regulations to be applied consistently‚ and for common sense to trump all.

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"I've let myself and the team down".

"For me, if you look at both those is brushing a shirt, the other one is a lot more aggressive", du Plessis said". There are a lot of grey areas but rules are rules.

"If I knew I did it deliberately I wouldn't have gone to contest it". But honestly I never even felt contact in that moment, because I was so pumped up.

"We're just going too (far) on the sensitive side with everything", he said.

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