Rabada became RSA’s leading wicket-taker at the 2014 ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup where he picked 14 wickets at an economy of 3.10.
Rabada picked a recoord number of wickets while playing for Highveld Lions in a Domestic match against Dolphins in February 2015. It also included a mammoth 9 wickets from 2nd innings.
On July 2015, Rabada made his ODI debut for South Africa against Bangladesh on 10 July 2015. He achieved the best figures of 6/16 (on his debut).
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Career Turning Point:
Rabada’s impressive performances in South African domestic cricket helped him grab a spot in the national side.
Rabada graduated from St. Stithians Boys College in 2013. Interestingly, it is the same school as New Zealand’s Grant Elliot and England’s Michael Lumb.
Kagiso Rabada’s father is a brain surgeon and a philanthropist. Young Rabada often accompanied his father to various impoverished black neighborhoods in Johannesburg where he gifted shoes and clothes to kids.