South African bowler Kagiso Rabada risks two-test ban with send-off

Hashim Amla played an uncharacteristically grinding innings to help South Africa to a narrow 20-run lead over Australia on Day 2 of the second Test at St George's Park, but praised the work of AB de Villiers in the face of excellent reverse-swing bowling from the tourists.

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Amla was also saved by the DRS when he was judged lbw by Kumar Dharmasena on 40, with replays showing he clearly edged the ball onto his pads.

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Rabada, who devastated the Australian batting order on the first day, has been charged following an incident with Steven Smith on Friday. Yes!' before continuing his celebration by moving towards him and briefly making contact with the Australian captain with his shoulder. Although the incident did not appear to be particularly serious, Rabada's fellow fast bowler Vernon Philander effectively confirmed there was some concern among the South Africans.

"When people behave like that, you just wonder, why, why is that necessary?", Holding said. "There is a fine line about whether you celebrate too hard". It's all up to the umpires and the ICC match officials to make that call.

Five months later he was fined and given one demerit point for giving England all-rounder Ben Stokes a send-off involving inappropriate language that could be heard over the stump microphones. The match referee Jeff Crowe will hold a hearing on day two or three of the Test.

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Philander said Rabada's spell was "amazing to watch".

CSA president Chris Nenzani apologised to the board of Cricket Australia and its officials, team management, players and their families.

Rabada's demerit point problems started 13 months ago when he was fined 50 per cent of his match fee and handed three demerit points for coming into avoidable contact with Dickwella during a one-day worldwide in Cape Town. Rabada came back after tea to remove Pat Cummins first ball, and followed up with the wicket of Mitchell Starc for figures of 5-96. Lyon scored 17 runs and Hazlewood scored 10 runs as well. Paine was last man out for 36. The first session of Day 1 produced 98 runs and one Australian wicket off its last ball and South Africa carried that momentum forward.

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"I thought we had bowled pretty well in the first half of the first session and then we let it slip before lunch. Hats off to Rabada, he out-bowled us today".

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