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
15.2 JP Duminy to Sarfraz Ahmed, 6 runs, Sarfraz decides JP has to go as he gets nicely under this one drifted in on middle and leg to pummel this high over midwicket for six | Mar 7, 2015
14.3 Imran Tahir to Sarfraz Ahmed, 4 runs, already the Sarfraz move has paid dividends as he dabs away through third man to find the boundary near backward point | Mar 7, 2015
12.6 Imran Tahir to Sarfraz Ahmed, 4 runs, tries to hurry the batsman with one on middle and leg, but gets it a bit too leg side as this is eased away behind of square for a four through fine leg | Mar 7, 2015
11.6 AB de Villiers to Sarfraz Ahmed, 4 runs, short ball which is hooked through the gap at long leg to finish the over with a boundary. The AB move did not quite come off, methinks | Mar 7, 2015
11.4 AB de Villiers to Younis Khan, 4 runs, too short and Younis is able to manipulate this through long off with a pull into the ground | Mar 7, 2015
10.4 Imran Tahir to Sarfraz Ahmed, 4 runs, just class from Sarfraz as he uses the pace of Tahir to glide this through third man for a boundary | Mar 7, 2015
The South Africa fast bowler took a stupendous running and leaping catch at mid-on to dismiss Ahmed Shehzad at Eden Park | Mar 7, 2015
10.2 Imran Tahir to Younis Khan, 4 runs, drags the length as Younis looks to punish him through cow corner, which he ends up doing thanks to the fumble by the boundary rider there. And look who it was? Faf du Plessis walks away with a sheepish look | Mar 7, 2015
8.4 KJ Abbott to Ahmed Shehzad, out, Dale Steyn is the man as he pulls off a breathtaking catch as he was running away towards long on/cow corner in an attempt to get at this mistimed chip over midwicket. In the end is able to dive with both hands | Mar 7, 2015
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