South Africa has a long tradition of producing fiery fast bowlers . Rabada in his debut took a heart trick. The well-built fast bowler in just 20 years old now. So a long career is waiting ahead. His pace and control over the ball made him a potential threat for batsmen. In India during the 2015 series he showed great death bowling skills.
Rabada rose in international cricket through the U19 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates where he took 6 wickets for 25 runs against Australia in the semifinal.
Rabada also becomes the youngest cricketer to take 10 wickets in a match when he took 13 wickets for 144 runs in a Test match against England in 2015. Rabada has shown he can take workload when Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel were out for injuries during England Test series. Rabada showed his skills and temperament.
Allan Donald regarded him as “Malcolm Marshal” of South Africa. So the 20 years old boy will surely shoulder the legacy of South Africa’s fast bowling legacy.