Kagiso Rabada Last 10 ODI Innings Bowling Performance
Updated on: Oct 7, 2023 11:52 am IST
Kagiso Rabada’s journey in international cricket has been nothing short of remarkable. Having represented South Africa in 92 One Day Internationals (ODIs) to date, he has consistently demonstrated his ability to turn the game in his team’s favor. Rabada’s incredible bowling figures speak for themselves, with 144 wickets to his name. His best performance of 6/16 is a testament to his ability to dismantle the opposition’s batting lineup with sheer brilliance.
What truly sets Rabada apart is his aggressive style of bowling. He doesn’t just bowl deliveries; he unleashes thunderbolts that strike fear into the hearts of batsmen around the world. His ability to extract pace and bounce from even the most docile pitches makes him a force to be reckoned with. His fiery temperament and unwavering commitment to his team’s cause make him a fan favorite and a nightmare for opposing batsmen.
However, Kagiso Rabada hasn’t been a regular member of the team for a while now. Having played just 10 ODIs in a span of 18 months, he needs to work on his fitness. Probably he has been saving the best for World Cup 2023.
Kagiso Rabada Last 10 ODI Innings
|3/41||Australia||Centurion||15 September 2023|
|2/79||Australia||Bloemfotein||9 September 2023|
|2/48||Australia||Bloemfotein||7 September 2023|
|0/33||Netherlands||Benoni||31 March 2023|
|2/46||England||Bloemfotein||27 January 2023|
|1/59||India||Ranchi||9 October 2022|
|2/36||India||Lucknow||6 October 2022|
|0/37||Bangladesh||Centurion||23 March 2022|
|5/39||Bangladesh||Johannesberg||20 March 2022|
What makes Kagiso Rabada even more exciting to watch in the upcoming World Cup is his recent form in ODIs. In the run-up to the 2023 World Cup, Rabada has been in scintillating form. He has consistently delivered match-winning performances, picking up crucial wickets and maintaining his aggressive yet controlled style of bowling.
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As South Africa gears up for the 2023 World Cup, Rabada’s role becomes even more pivotal. His ability to strike early and break partnerships in the crucial powerplay overs can set the tone for the entire match. With his consistent wicket-taking ability and the potential to turn a game on its head, Rabada is the linchpin of South Africa’s bowling attack. His average of 27.75 and an economy rate of 5.06 are testament to his effectiveness in the limited-overs format.
South Africa’s hopes in the World Cup are undeniably brighter with Kagiso Rabada leading their bowling attack.
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