|Full Name||Kagiso Rabada|
|BORN||May 25, 1995, Johannesburg|
|BATTING STYLE||Left hand Bat|
|BOWLING STYLE||Right arm Fast|
Batting & Fielding
Kagiso Rabada is turdy and a quick pacer. He parachuted into the South African side in 2014. Prior to that, Rabada participated in the CSA One-day tournament, representing Gauteng and making his domestic debut. Rabada emerged as the premier bowler of the African Under-19 team in the 2014 World Cup by taking the most wickets. This earned him a place in the senior side and on his ODI debut,
Rabada showcased top notch performance and took 6 wickets by just conceding 16 runs. He made another record of taking a hat trick on ODI debut. Rabada became the youngest player to take 10 wickets haul in the test match during the test match series against England in 2015-16. Since his debut
Rabada has become the backbone of the South African pace bowling attack and he is doing his job finely. Rabada has more than 250 wickets in tests and 135 wickets in ODI format. He is one of the deadliest pace bowlers out there. Rabada can easily produce the pace bowling above 140 kph which is his main strength.