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South African bowler Kagiso Rabada set a new world record

MIRPUR – South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada set a new record in the history of One Day Cricket (ODI) on Friday against Bangladesh at Mirpur.

South African pacer Kagiso Rabada done hat-trick on his debut against Bangladesh in the first ODI match of the series. Rabada became second bowler after Bangladeshi spinner Tajul Islam to done a hat-trick on debut.

African pacer destroyed the Bangladeshi top-order. He bowled out Tammim Iqbal, Litton Das and Mahmudullah for ducks. Three batsmen left the crease without scoring a run.

In four overs, Bangladesh team scored 17 runs with lost of three wickets, courtesy Rabada’s deadly spell.

The match will be a 40-over match because of heavy rain.

The first match has been affected by rain. Bangladesh opted to bat after winning the toss. The match will be a 40-over-a-side affair.