Sport: Cricket

Needing 12 off the last six balls in their 160-run chase, Bangladesh batsman Mustafizur Rahman faced two bouncers from paceman Isuru Udana and was run out after missing the second.
The victory helped Zimbabwe join Scotland on five points and ahead in first place on net run-rate, while Ireland was left with two points in the fourth position.
It was a crucial third-wicket partnership between opener Tamim Iqbal, who made 50 off 42 balls, and Mushfiqur Rahim, who hit 28, that set up the win for the underdogs.
South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada was suspended for the remaining two matches of the ongoing four-Test series.
Afghanistan, now a Test-playing nation, arrived in Zimbabwe with high hopes of making the finals in England and Wales in 2019, but they will carry no points into the next stage.
Proteas seamer Kagiso Rabada was suspended for ‘inappropriate and deliberate physical contact with a player'.
Raisibe Ntozakhe of Gauteng is a new addition to the list.
Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has vaulted over James Anderson to the top position and is now 15 points ahead of the England pace bowler at 902 points.
Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada was found guilty of a Level 2 ICC Code of Conduct offence of ‘inappropriate and deliberate physical contact with a player’ .
The bowler has been found guilty of ‘inappropriate and deliberate physical contact with a player’.
The 22-year-old Kagiso Rabada was the outstanding performer on Monday as he ripped through Australia, who started on 180-5 with a 41-run lead.
The Proteas have a target of 101 runs to win in a comfortable position to level the series 1-1.
Not since January 2015 had AB de Villiers scored a Test century but he ended the long wait in some style in Port Elizabeth on Sunday.
By the close of play Australia had reached 180/5 to take a 41-run lead in the second innings.
South Africa were 263 for seven at the close, a lead of 20 runs after Australia were bowled out for 243 in their first innings.
Zimbabwe will now take on defending champions Scotland on Monday and the winner of the match will take four points into the Super Six.
An unbeaten knock of 74 by AB de Villiers helped South Africa move into a 20-run lead as the hosts reached 263/7 at stumps on day two of the second Test against Australia in PE.
Umpire Kumar Dharmasena told the band to be quiet after he reportedly could not hear the edges.
South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada could be ruled out of the two remaining Tests against Australia if found guilty.
The Proteas batting order will be looking into wiping the deficit and building a healthy lead as they trail 1-0 in the four-match test series.
The stark contrast in performances was highlighted in the middle of the 26th over in each innings when New Zealand were 93 for six while England were 192 for two at the same stage.
Rabada produced a fast delivery angled into the stumps to strike Smith on the back pad. Smith failed in a review of umpire Kumar Dharmasena's decision.
Australia captain Steve Smith won the toss and chose to bat on an overcast morning at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth.
Faf du Plessis and his Australian counterpart Steve Smith met ahead of the second test in Port Elizabeth starting on Friday to quell simmering tensions between the two camps.
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