"Hashtag! Rabada must play!"
There is a school of thought that Morkel would have played at Newlands anyway given the nature of the wicket, coming back into the side for Lungi Ngidi who replaced him for the second test.
"Yeah, it's bittersweet", Rabada said after claiming the fourth 10-wicket haul of his career.
Crowe detailed in a statement how disappointing it was that Rabada's send-off came one day after the match referee met with both captains.
But that doesn't matter to the International Cricket Council (ICC) and it's demerit system.
Warner committed a level-two offence in the first Test.
The 22-year-old has taken 15 wickets at an average of 16.80 in the series so far, with his raw pace and accuracy testing the quality of the visiting Australia batsmen.
PUNISHMENT: Fined 75 per cent of match fee and given three demerit points. 2. He copped another point for his verbal send-off of David Warner on Sunday.
This took Rabada up to eight points within the last 24 months.
Rabada's problem is that he had five carry-over points from past indiscretions, while Warner had a clean sheet.More news: PUBG's latest anti-cheat update causes games to crash
But he is consulting lawyers and an appeal‚ which would have to be lodged no later than 48 hours after the sentence was handed down‚ could be forthcoming.
Rabada is one of the most popular cricketers in South Africa, mainly for his major talent but also because he is a young black player in a sport focusing on bringing black players through to the national team to erase the legacy of apartheid. "He runs in and bowls quick for a long periods of time", the Proteas skipper said. "And when he gets big wickets that's celebration‚ that's energy‚ that's passion".
"From my understanding he would have needed to play a game this week, which he didn't", du Plessis said of Steyn.
"I don't know what I'm thinking actually".
"It's a disappointment because you want to have your best players in the series", said captain Du Plessis.More news: Driver Flees Car Crash Despite Sledgehammer Being Swung At Him
"There was a lot of emotion from that last Test match going into this one and once again, as a fast bowler, you want to prove things to people and you want to show everyone you belong on this stage".
"There are a lot of grey areas but rules are rules".
"I don't know what's going to happen to him after this Test, but if he's around for the next Test match he'll have learned from his mistakes, de Villiers added". "Honestly, I didn't feel contact in that moment".
"From a South African point of view, it is interesting that Steve Smith before the series admitted that he was aware of Rabada's demerit point situation and how close he was to suspension", Manthorpe said. "I'm letting the team as well as myself down".More news: Singer Aditya Narayan arrested for rash driving, released on bail