England vs South Africa 3rd ODI: Rabada, Amla hand South Africa consolation win

Rabada was named Man of the Match for his figures of 4-39 off nine overs

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Kagiso Rabada¬†wreaked havoc on England’s batting line-up with a four-wicket haul, while opener Hashim Amla scored 55 to lead South Africa to a comfortable seven-wicket win in the third ODI at Lord’s.

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Bangladesh vs South Africa 1st ODI: Rabada’s record-breaking feat on debut helps South Africa draw first blood

Rabada finished with figures of 6-16 off eight overs

Rabada finished with figures of 6-16 off eight overs

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South Africa pace bowler¬†Kagiso Rabada recorded the best bowling figures in ODI history by a debutant as he sliced through Bangladesh’s batting line-up to help the Proteas register a convincing eight-wicket win in Mirpur.

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Dhoni and Mustafizur fined for on-field collision

"Dhoni deliberately pushed and shouldered Mustafizur, which was inappropriate"

“Dhoni deliberately pushed and shouldered Mustafizur, which was inappropriate”

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India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was fined 75 per cent of his match fee and Bangladesh pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman was docked 50 per cent of his match fee for their on-field collision during the first ODI on Thursday.

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New Zealand vs India 2nd Test Day 1: Sharma wreaks havoc on New Zealand

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Sharma’s bowling figures of 6/51 are a new career-best

India pace bowler Ishant Sharma wreaked havoc on the New Zealand batsmen during the first day of the second Test in Wellington as steamrolled through the Black Caps’ batting line-up with six wickets.

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New Zealand vs West Indies 3rd Test Day 3: Taylor and pace bowlers put New Zealand on the brink of victory

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Taylor became only the second New Zealand batsman to score three consecutive Test centuries

New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor scored his third consecutive century, while the country’s pace attack ripped through the West Indies’ batting line-up to leave the Black Caps on the brink of victory on the third day of the third Test in Hamilton.

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Australia vs England 2nd Test Day 3: Johnson’s seven-for leaves England in dire straits

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Johnson demolished England’s batting line-up with his seven wickets

Australia left-arm pace bowler Mitchell Johnson continued his red-hot streak with the ball as he ripped through England’s batting line-up with seven wickets on the third day of the second Test in Adelaide.

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