First one-day international At Mirpur, July 10, 2015 (day/night). South Africa won by eight wickets. ‡Bangladesh 160 (36.3 overs) (Shakib Al Hasan 48, Nasir Hossain 31; K. Rabada 6-16); South Africa 164-2 (31.1 overs) (Q. de Kock 35, F. du Plessis 63*, R. R. Rossouw 45*). MoM: K. Rabada. ODI debut: K. Rabada. Rabada, preferred to Morne Morkel and Wayne Parnell, made a sensational entrance into one-day internationals with a hat-trick in his second over: Tamim Iqbal was beaten for pace and bowled for a 13-ball duck, Liton Das flicked a leg-side delivery to short midwicket, and Mahmudullah was trapped by a length ball to fall lbw. "I went for the yorker and missed it by miles," said Rabada. "But I'll take it." He was the second bowler to claim a hat-trick on ODI debut, after Taijul Islam against Zimbabwe on this ground seven months earlier. Rabada's eventual return of 6-16 from eight overs in a match reduced to 40 a side - including a second spell of 3-2-2-2 - were the best figures for any debutant, surpassing West Indian Fidel Edwards's 6-22 at Harare in 2003-04. Du Plessis and Rossouw were clinical in the pressure-free environment of a small run-chase - a contrast to the apparent overconfidence that had brought down a Bangladesh line-up after wins over Pakistan and India.