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Rampant Rabada the leading wicket taker in the world this year - Rand Daily Mail

With Kagiso Rabada ablaze for his match haul of 10/63‚ South Africa beat Bangladesh by an innings and 254 runs to wrap a 2-0 series win inside three days. Following on 426 runs behind after they replied to South Africa's declaration of 573/4 with 147 ...and more »

Rabada earns SA command of second Test - SowetanLIVE

Kagiso Rabada of the Proteas celebrates the wicket of Soumya Sarkar of Bangladesh during day 2 of the 2nd Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Bangladesh at Mangaung Oval on October 07, 2017 in Bloemfontein. Picture credits: Gallo Images. Kagiso ...and more »

South Africa vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test at Bloemfontein, Day 3: As it happened - Firstpost

Catch all the live updates of the day 3 of the second Test between South Africa and Bangladesh. FirstCricket Staff, Oct, 08 2017 18:17:22 IST. Toggle between tabs for Live scores and ball-by-ball commentary. Report, Day 2: Four of South Africa's top ...and more »

Five for Rabada as #Proteas get welcome confidence boost - Independent Online

Kagiso Rabada led the Proteas attack superbly in the absence of a number of more experienced bowlers. Photo: Reuters. Day 2 of 5. South Africa 573/4 dec. Bangladesh 147 and 7/0. BLOEMFONTEIN – The really memorable fielding moments leave you gasping in ...and more »

Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur asks board to decide future - Eyewitness News

MUMBAI - Mushfiqur Rahim has declined to step down as captain after Bangladesh's demoralising 2-0 Test series defeat in South Africa, instead leaving it to the country's cricket board to decide on his future. The long-serving Bangladesh skipper has ...and more »

South Africa vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test at Bloemfontein, Day 2: As it happened - Firstpost

Catch all the live updates from Day 2 of the second Test between South Africa and Bangladesh. FirstCricket Staff, Oct, 07 2017 22:18:34 IST. Day 1 Report: Openers Aiden Markram and Dean Elgar made centuries as South Africa again punished Bangladesh's ...and more »

SA win by an innings and 254 runs - The Daily Star

Bangladesh batsman Mushfiqur Rahim (C) holds his head as he is attended by umpires, medics and team members after he was hit on the head by a ball delivered by South Africa bowler Duanne Olivier during the third day of the second Test against South ...and more »

2nd Test, Day 2: Kagiso Rabada Takes South Africa To Brink Of Series Victory vs Bangladesh - NDTVSports.com

South Africa's fast bowlers ripped through Bangladesh's batting as the home side gained a massive 426-run first innings lead on the second day of the second and final Test at Mangaung Oval on Saturday. Bangladesh were bowled out for 147 in reply to ...and more »

Kagiso Rabada's 10-wicket haul humbles Bangladesh Tigers, helping South Africa achieve biggest Test win [Photos] - Firstpost

South Africa's Kagiso Rabada keeps the match ball as memorabilia as he celebrates his 100th Test wicket during the 3rd Day of the 2nd Test. The 22-year old finished with a 10-wicket haul to make the special occasion sweeter. AFP. South Africa's Kagiso ...and more »

South Africa vs Bangladesh: Mushfiqur Rahim a puppet at the hands of 'coaches' and must step down as captain - Firstpost

In past few years, there have been several occasions, when the authorities in the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) could have sacked Mushfiqur, but they couldn't simply because of the lack of options. Sandipan Banerjee, Oct, 09 2017 01:08:28 IST. Before ...and more »