Kagiso Rabada says the Proteas had net run rate in mind when chasing down their target of 85 against Bangladesh in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
Kagiso Rabada took 3-20 and skipper Temba Bavuma made an unbeaten 31 as South Africa thrashed Bangladesh by six wickets at the T20 World Cup on Tuesday.
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