Vernon Philander denies sending any tweet about Australian captain Steve Smith, the tweet was sent last night saying Smith could have avoided the incident with Rabada.
Philander took it to twitter again to announce in the morning that his twitter account was hacked and he did not send the tweet about Smith.
Fast bowler Rabada was found guilty of level 2 offence after he made shoulder contact to Smith in celebration of dismissing him in the first inning of the Proteas six-wicket win.
The tweet that also had an attached video of the incident on it, said Smith was also guilty.
“Haven’t really seen the footage of this incident but by the looks of this Steve Smith gave KG the shoulder,” the tweet stated.
In the morning they was another Tweet from the same account saying he was hacked and he apologizes.
The two teams will meet 22 March for their third match in the series, which is a 1-1 level at the moment.