Kagiso Rabada was on the cash as he bowled a radiant opening spell to the Indian openers after the South Africans were confined to 227/9 at Southampton. The Proteas required their strike bowler to think of the merchandise and Rabada bowled a searing opening spells to the pair of Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma to hold them under control.
The paceman would have grabbed two wickets in his absolute first finished however karma supported the Indian openers. Rabada however kept the weight on with his jolts and even broke Shikhar Dhawan's bat before in the long run sending the southpaw back.
It was the last conveyance of the fourth finished and Rabada bowled a low full hurl at a drivable length to Dhawan who met it with a calculated bat. Such was the power of the conveyance that a major lump from the lower some portion of Dhawan's bat turned out and he needed to require another bat.
Dhawan, who had scored a century against a similar resistance in the 2015 World Cup, did not make due for long, edging one to the guardian off the bowling of Rabada to leave for 8 off 12 conveyances.