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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 »

Why fault only Mushfiqur? - The Daily Star

The Australians make it a point to target visiting captains, because with the captain taken out the ship becomes rudderless. On the current tour of South Africa, however, it seems that the Bangladesh captain has been targeted not by the opposition, but ...and more »

Bangladesh Test Captain Mushfiqur Rahim Not Ready to Step Down - News18

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 come under ...and more »

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

Before starting this piece, let me first admit that I am a huge admirer of Mushfiqur Rahim's honesty. In my professional career, I have seen how international captains tend to avoid tough questions in press meets. But not Mushfiqur. As a leader, the ...and more »

Kagiso Rabada decimates Bangladesh as South Africa win by innings and 254 runs in second Test - The Indian Express

South Africa paceman Kagiso Rabada bagged another five-wicket haul to take his Test match tally past 100 as his side wrapped up a comprehensive innings and 254-run victory over Bangladesh on Sunday. Having grabbed five wickets in the first innings, ...and more »

Senior players put their stamp on Proteas domination - Sport24

Cape Town - It was the day for the senior Proteas players to make their mark as South Africa continued its domination of the second Test match against Bangladesh at the Mangaung Oval on Saturday. By the close of day two the Proteas had taken a huge ...and more »

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

Day 1 Report: Openers Aiden Markram and Dean Elgar made centuries as South Africa again punished Bangladesh's decision to bowl first to race to 428-3 on the opening day of the second test on Friday. Markram made 143 and Elgar 113 and they had a ...and more »

South Africa vs Bangladesh: Mushfiqur Rahim rushed to the hospital after being hit by a bouncer - The Indian Express

The skipper of the Bangladesh cricket team, Mushfiqur Rahim was rushed to the hospital after being hit on the head by a bouncer. The delivery balled by speedster Duanne Olivier rose sharply as Rahim was unable to deal with it. He was immediately ...and more »

Markram, Elgar centuries fire SA ahead - Sport24

Cape Town - Dean Elgar and Aiden Markram provided the 11th instance of a South African opening partnership of more than 200 runs to set up the Proteas for a commanding opening day of the second Test match against Bangladesh at the Mangaung Oval ...and more »

Rabada on the rise -

Bangladesh have taken huge strides as a Test team at home, but over these two Tests in South Africa, they showed they have a long way to go in overseas conditions. Their defeat in the second Test by an innings and 254 runs is their fourth-biggest ...and more »