Port Elizabeth: South Africa’s fast bowler goes in danger zone with yet another misconduct charge.
Kagiso Rabada is already facing a Level 2 charge in which it is said that during the first innings of second test against for brushing Australian captain Steven Smith.
Now he is being charged of Level 1 offence for inappropriate sending off to Australian left handed batsman David Warner in the second innings of the same test match.
Rabada has already five negative points for his on field misconduct and if the charges are proved four more points would be included to his credit, and if he reaches to 12 points he would be not allowed to play at least three test matches.
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