Rabada found guilty, suspended for two Tests

Rabada found guilty, suspended for two Tests

Rabada found guilty, suspended for two Tests

The 22-year-old already faces missing the rest of the four-Test series following an incident on day one with Australia captain Steve Smith.

There is a school of thought that Morkel would have played at Newlands anyway given the nature of the wicket, coming back into the side for Lungi Ngidi who replaced him for the second test.

"He has received a fine of 50% of his match fee and three demerit points after a disciplinary hearing following his denial of the charge", said the ICC in a statement.

"It's going to have to stop".

South Africa made a bit of a heavy work of reaching their modest target of 101, before captain Faf du Plessis (2) and Theunis de Bruyn (11) guided them to 102 for four.

If a challenge is lodged‚ South Africa team management said‚ Rabada "will still be suspended unless the judicial commissioner is appointed early and hears an argument to allow him to still compete whilst the hearing is being sorted out".

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Rabada said he would need to avoid getting into close proximity with opponents.

"I won't change the way I express myself, but I'll just get far away from the batter". I think that showed today. "I still feel our bowlers have a lot in them and they are going to come with a lot of fire tomorrow morning and hopefully knock them over". "To be honest‚ I just let it out".

Rabada said it was different from the case against him when he gave Ben Stokes of England a send-off in a Test at Lord's past year, which resulted in a single demerit point which added to a previous three points ruled him out of the next Test.

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.

"It's bittersweet. I would've loved to have been playing the next game". "I have to see it as a learning curve". I am not happy about it but time moves on.

Rabada also accepted a second level one charge of "using language, actions or gestures which could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batsman upon his dismissal" in his send-off to David Warner after dismissing the Australian opener on Sunday.

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But when Hashim Amla (27) and De Villiers got out with 20 runs to go it did get a little tense.

After taking a first-innings lead of 139, South Africa reduced Australia to 180 for five at the close, a slender lead of 41 with only five wickets remaining.

The only South African with more 10-wicket test hauls is 86-test veteran Dale Steyn, while the only Australians with more 10-wicket test hauls are Clarrie Grimmett (seven), Dennis Lillee (seven) and Shane Warne (10). Australia has been dominant in South Africa since the end of apartheid. With his score on six he was dropped at first slip by Mitchell Marsh off Hazlewood.

Nathan Lyon was then charged for appearing to drop the ball deliberately close to AB de Villiers after a run-out.

He represented South Africa at schoolboy level and at under-19, and won the under-19 World Cup in 2014.

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