South Africa’s fast bowler Kigus Rabada was played in Port Elizabeth in the first innings of the third Test against Australian captain Steven Smith, after pushing out for two test matches and was fined, while the best player in the match declared the best player. went.
Kigus Rabada refused to accept the charge but was given a fine of 50% of the match fee, as well as three negative points.
According to the ICC rules, the fast bowler of South Africa got three negative points, and two test matches were banned after the first three match.
The South Africa Cricket Board announced an appeal immediately against the ICC decision, saying that legal consultation will be done
The board had said that till the deployment of the Judicial Commissioner, we will be suspicious, but the Judge Magistrate will be included in the team.
Kigus Robabia, in the second innings, was convicted of the incident being presented after David Warner, on which he was fined 15 percent of the match fee and was also given a negative point.
Match Referee Jeff Kra said, according to my decision, Rabadada smashed Smith, which was inappropriate, although he could save him and I did not think the incident was accidentally presented.
On the first day of the second test match between South Africa and Australia, Rambhana celebrated the aggression of Steve Smith after taking out CLB out of the Kangrooz and attacked them with aggression and aggressive attitude.
Kisu Rabada said on the other hand, ‘It’s frustrating, though it happened after a day before the match and I will not change my position but I will fight with the fight.’
South Africa beat Australia by 6 wickets in 1-0 in the second test in Port Elizabeth