Kagiso Rabada has rattled the Australian top order in the semi-final of the ICC Under-19 World Cup 2014. Chasing 231 to win the game, Rabada snared three early wickets to dent Australiaa��s charge. It has been a great exhibition of bowling by the seamer. Australia are 40 for three in 11 overs.
Matthew Short was the first to go when one ball climbed on him and he edged it while pulling it. Then, Damien Mortimer was castled by one that came in and he was beaten all ends up. Then the big wicket, as Jaron Morgan inside-edged one onto his stumps in the ninth over. Rabada has been quick and has surprised the top order. It has been a truly inspiring spell by him.
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