South Africa captain Faf du Plessis was unhappy with the ICC after it banned paceman Kagiso Rabada for the final two Test matches of a thrilling series against Australia.
A major problem for South Africa is that Rabada, the team's No. 1 strike bowler, may be banned for those decisive last two tests after he was charged with misconduct for bumping into Australia captain Steve Smith after getting him out in the first innings in Port Elizabeth.
South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada was on Monday banned for the two remaining Tests against Australia and admitted that he would have to change how he celebrates wickets.
After almost two full Test matches Australia's bowlers finally found a way to get out AB de Villiers, but from the moment Mitchell Marsh dropped a sitter from Aiden Markram off the bowling of Josh Hazlewood, it was clear the visitors were never a hope of defending the slender target they had set South Africa to win.
Rabada was also fined 50 percent of his match fee and issued three demerit points after a disciplinary hearing following his denial of the charge.
Cricket South Africa is seeking legal advice and is set to confirm on Wednesday whether it is lodging an appeal. Because for me they're not. Honestly, I didn't feel contact in that moment.
The Australia all-rounder was fined 20% of his match fee and handed one demerit point for a level one offence of "using language or gesture that is obscene, offensive or insulting".
Du Plessis called the shoulder nudge between Rabada and Smith as a "shirt flick" and said that the contact there was "very, very minimal".
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"They should just let us play on, the cricket should be the main focus".
"It's what I always wanted to do", Rabada said when he reached No.1 for the first time in January. "People talk about where Test cricket is going". Nathan Lyon found guilty of level-one offence of "conduct that is contrary to the spirit of the game", having dropped the ball near dismissed batsman AB de Villiers after completing a run out.
With matches to come on hard tracks in Cape Town and Johannesburg, he had the potential to lead his side to a first home series victory over the Australians since 1970.
"It's a big series, there is a lot to play for". I have to see it as a big learning curve and not repeat the same mistake.
Bowling legend Michael Holding is fed up with ugly send-offs and sledging and has declared it's time to red card offending players out of the game.
The match figures of 11/150 are the second best by a South African bowler against Australia. "That's not our problem, I'll let SA deal with that one".
Rabada, who kept his aggression under control on Monday - although it's likely too late for that - also dismissed Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc as the Australians folded in less than 10 overs of the fourth day.