About K Rabada
K Rabada or Kagiso Rabada is 24 years old South Africa’s left-handed batsman and a right-arm fast bowler. He is currently playing domestic cricket for Lions and has made his international debut in a T20I match against Australia in November 2014. He is well known for taking in total 150 wickets in Test as the youngest player.
K Rabada was born on 25th May 1995 in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa as Kagiso Rabada. His father Mpho is a brain surgeon from profession whereas mother Florence is a lawyer. He attended St Stithians Boys College where he learned about gaming and further playing for Gauteng domestic club in a CSA Provincial One-Day Competition in 2013.
Rabada started his cricket career with domestic club Gauteng establishing himself as a potential leader of the attack in the game. He soon came in the international spotlight with an appearance in Under-19 World Cup squad where he went for 6-25 against Australia in the semi-final. The team won the title with him being the highest wicket-taker. This was also the time
when he grabbed the contract with Lions further getting included in the national squad for ODI and Test. His first national debut came in November 2014 in T20I match against Australia. He worked better on longer formats scoring the best figures of 14 for 105 in first-class matches thus finishing the season as third-highest wicket-taker in Sunfoil Series in 2015. This was also the season when he became the second player to make a hat-trick on ODI debut with figures 6 for 16 against Bangladesh. He played home series against New Zealand further getting on a tour to India. He also made it to Test match against England playing in absence of Steyn and Philander and scoring figures 13 for 144. This final Test brought him other record moments of becoming the youngest South African player to take 10 wickets in a match. He again repeated the same record in 2017 against Sri Lanka at Cape Town. This was also the season when he topped the ODI ranking as youngest Test bowler with next season bringing him the title of a youngest-ever bowler to take 150 wickets in Test cricket. In 2018, he topped both ICC Test and ODI Bowler rankings just being of age 22. Recently, he got named in 2019 Cricket World Cup squad after taking his 100th wicket in ODIs against Sri Lanka.
No information about his relationship.
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