Kagiso Rabada is a South African cricketer who instructed at St Stithians Boys College and enrolled in 2013. He now addresses the Lions. He is a right-arm brisk bowler who bats left-gave. He is known by his moniker of ‘KG’.
Rabada grabbed the elements when he skittled out the Australians in the U-19 World Cup. The incline right-arm pacer, who dependably hits 140kph, snatched 6/25 and took South Africa to the remainder of the opposition. He completed the resistance as the most important wicket-taker for his gathering. On his entry, he was rewarded an assention by the Lions.
In the midst of his time with the Lions, Rababa habitually shook the knocking down some pins rear way under the mindful looks of Gordon Parsons – his mentor. Chris Morris and Lonwabo Tsotsobe were his seniors in the side. He climbed quickly through the positions and soon ended up making a trek to Australia with the South African A side. He was also named in the squad which participated in the triangular game plan in Zimbabwe.
Kagiso Rabada Cricinfo Profile Biography Highlights Records List
Full name Kagiso Rabada
Conceived May 25, 1995, Johannesburg
Real groups South Africa, Gauteng, Gauteng Under-19s, Lions, South Africa A, South Africa Colts XI, South Africa Under-19s, St Stithians College
Assuming part Bowler
Batting style Left-hand bat
Knocking down some pins style Right-arm quick
Rabada was not a long way from addressing his country and no more strange sum. His shot touched base in a T20 coordinate against Australia in November 2014. Glenn Maxwell being his first all inclusive wicket. In any case, it took him somewhat more than six months to play his first ODI. It was a dream make a big appearance versus Bangladesh. Ones made just in youngsters’ stories – he got a top trap in essentially his second over and completed with match figures of 6/16 – best playing figures by a debutant.
He made his Twenty20 International presentation for South Africa against Australia on 5 November 2014.
He made his One Day International presentation for South Africa against Bangladesh on 10 July 2015, fulfilling best figures of 6/16 on presentation. He furthermore ended up being recently the second player, after Taijul Islam, to take a top trap on presentation in an ODI coordinate. He made his Test make a big appearance for South Africa against India on 5 November 2015. In the fourth Test of England’s 2015–16 voyage through South Africa, he finished with figures of 13/144 helping his gathering win. At the same time, he transformed into the most young South African to take a ten-wicket pull in a Test, and the figures were his gathering’s second best ever, after Makhaya Ntini’s 13/132.