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India vs South Africa:- Kagiso Rabada made a Unique Record of the number of No Balls


The 26-year-old South African pacer Kagiso Rabada is currently playing in ongoing India vs South Africa Test series. Rabada who took 7 wickets in the third test match, has made an unwanted record in his name. It is such a record that no bowler wants to be listed in his name.

The ongoing India vs South Africa third and deciding test match of the series is being played in Cape Town. This match is a historic one as India has never won a Test match at Cape Town. Till now, the result remains a tie between the two teams 1-1.

Kagiso Rabada performance in India vs South Africa Series

This is the third test match between India and South Africa, and it is the do or dies match since the series is 1-1. Both teams give their best to win Jasprit, Shami, Pujara, Virat, Pant, no matter what.

It’s has been a mind-blowing series between these two teams with bowlers in both teams playing spectacularly, and Kagiso Rabada has excelled against India throughout. He took 7 wickets in the first test match, out of which he took 3 for 72 in the first innings, while he took 4 for 42 in the second innings.

As far as the second test match is concerned, he took six wickets in this match. Three of them were in the first innings and the other three in the second innings.

No Ball Record by Kagiso Rabada

Rabada has completed his 50 test match for South Africa with 226 wickets in his Test career. In this series, he bowled like an out of form and a practice bowler. He bowled 41 no-balls in this series. After that, he becomes the no 1 bowler in the world who bowled the highest number of no balls. Earlier it was in the name of his senior and former teammate Dale Steyn who blower 34 no-balls in the series against England in 2004-05.

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