Rabada‚ who took 5/92‚ struck in the eighth over of the day when he had Mitchell Marsh trapped in front Perth - Kagiso Rabada’s fourth five-wicket haul powered South Africa to victory in the first test against Australia at the WACA on Sunday.South Africa won by 177 runs when they dismissed Australia‚ who were set a mythical target of 539‚ for 361 with 25.5 overs left in the last day’s play.Rabada‚ who took 5/92‚ struck in the eighth over of the day when he had Mitchell Marsh trapped in front for 26 to end a stubborn stand of 50 for the fifth wicket shared with Usman Khawaja.Australia would have been reduced to 203/5 in Rabada’s next over but second slip Faf du Plessis‚ diving in front of first slip Hashim Amla‚ failed to hold the low‚ dipping catch offered by Peter Nevill.Rabada left the field two overs later‚ and shortly afterwards he was seen in the dressingroom with an ice pack strapped to his right shoulder.That sparked fears that Rabada would join Dale Steyn - who was ruled ou...

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