PAKvSA: Kagiso Rabada created history, joined Waqar Younis, Kapil Dev and Bhajji’s special club


The second Test match of the two-match series between Pakistan and South Africa is being played at the Karachi National Stadium. On the third day of the match, South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada made a special achievement in his name. Rabada, who took three wickets in the first innings, has become the youngest bowler to touch 200 Test wickets from South Africa. Overall, he has come at number four in the list of 200 youngest wickets. He has overtaken the legendary bowlers like Ian Botham, Saqlain Mushtaq, and Shane Warne in this list.

Rabada touched the 200-Test wicket mark with Pakistan’s Hasan Ali being dismissed. Rabada achieved this feat at the age of 25 years 248 days. Former Pakistan fast bowler Waqar Younis did this feat at the age of 24 years and 26 days and he is on top in this list. At number two is Kapil Dev, former India team all-rounder, with a lifespan of 24 years and 68 days. Harbhajan Singh achieved this feat at the age of 25 and 74 days and he is third on this list.

Former England cricketer Ian Botham is at number five on the list with a lifespan of 25 years and 280 days. Talking about South Africa, Dale Steyn was the youngest South African bowler to take 200 Test wickets before Rabada, who did so at the age of 26 years 350 days. Talking about the match, South Africa won the toss and scored 220 runs batting first, in response Pakistan scored 378 runs and took a big lead against South Africa on the basis of the first innings.