South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada adds to Australia misery on Day 3
Kagiso Rabada struck shortly before the close to restore South Africa's ascendancy on Day Three of the second Test against Australia here yesterday
SA's Kagiso Rabada celebrates taking the wicket of Australia;s Shaun Marsh yesterday. Pic/AFP
Kagiso Rabada struck shortly before the close to restore South Africa's ascendancy on Day Three of the second Test against Australia here yesterday. Australia were 180-5 in their second innings at the close, a slender lead of 41 runs with five wickets remaining. A magnificent century by AB de Villiers enabled South Africa to take a first innings lead of 139 and Australia lost four wickets before they wiped out the deficit.
But Usman Khawaja (75) and Mitchell Marsh (39 not out) shared a fighting fifth wicket partnership of 87 and almost succeeded in taking their team through to the fourth day with at least a glimmer of hope.
Then Rabada struck for the third time in the innings. Bowling around the wicket he trapped Khawaja in front of his stumps with a full delivery after the left-hander made 75 off 136 balls.
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