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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    South African coach Mark Boucher is concerned aggression in cricket will cease to exist if it continues down its current path

    South African coach Mark Boucher is concerned aggression in cricket will cease to exist if it continues down its current path


    Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada will miss the fourth test against England after his overexuberant celebration during the ongoing third test.

    Rabada was fined and handed a demerit point, his fourth over a two-year period, triggering the automatic one-match ban

    Boucher says he understands the ruling but hopes the International Cricket Council doesn't take the emotion out of the game.

    INTERNATIONAL CRICKET WITH SKY SPORT - WATCH EVERY MOMENT OF THE BLACKCAPS THIS SUMMER.

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