Kagiso Rabada takes five as SA bowl out Oz for 243
South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada ripped the heart out of Australia's batting when he took four wickets in seven balls on Day One of the second Test yesterday
SA's Kagiso Rabada on Day One v Australia yesterday. PIC/AFP
South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada ripped the heart out of Australia's batting when he took four wickets in seven balls on Day One of the second Test yesterday. Rabada added a fifth wicket in the same spell as Australia were bowled out for 243 after winning the toss.
South Africa were 39-1 at the close. Rabada finished with 5-96. Earlier, Australian opening batsmen Cameron Bancroft and David Warner (63) survived a testing first hour, scoring only 23 runs in 14 overs, then seemed to have taken control as they added 75 runs in the next hour, only for Bancroft to be out for 38 off the last ball before lunch.
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