Australia v South Africa, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day
Ian Chappell on South Africa's win in Perth, and his thoughts on Australia's transition from Ricky Ponting
Interviewer: Brydon Coverdale
Hossain strikes again. He pushes another one through, it stays low as well. Mominul seeks to cut after venturing back but drags it onto the leg stump | Nov 27, 2015
Bopara picks out deep backward square leg. Hossain gives this some air, Bopara aims for a sweep after going low. He only manages a top-edge that flies to Malcom Waller. The left-arm spinner has derailed the chase with three strikes in three overs | Nov 27, 2015
This was pushed through and slides on with the arm, Cobb wants to whack it over midwicket with a slog sweep.... but only connects with thin air. The b | Nov 27, 2015
Munaweera wants to launch it down the ground... But he does not get hold of it. He can only skewer it to mid-on, where Shadman pouches it | Nov 27, 2015
Uses his feet and looks to take on the bowler, gets a leading edge and straight into the hands of the short extra cover fielder Misbah. | Nov 27, 2015
Mistimes to square leg and the fielder picks up and scores a direct hit at the bowlers end. | Nov 27, 2015
The off stump is pegged back as the batsman goes for a wild swing. | Nov 27, 2015
Looking for the big shot and in the process mishits it high in the air to deep midwicket and Abu takes the catch. | Nov 27, 2015
Hits it straight in the air down to long on and finds the fielder in Imrul Kayes. | Nov 27, 2015
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R Ashwin is no longer a bowler dependent on pitch assistance as he constantly tries to deceive batsmen, irrespective of where he bowls
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AB de Villiers is the one batsman who should keep looking for runs, and perhaps try things to rattle the spinners, Sanjay Manjrekar thinks
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Sanjay Manjrekar thinks that even though the pitches have been bowler-friendly, the batsmen have chosen attack over defence for survival ...