Australia v Sri Lanka, 3rd ODI, Brisbane
Sri Lanka coach Graham Ford on his team's win in the third ODI against Australia in Brisbane
- Players/Officials : Graham Ford
47.1 TA Boult to AB de Villiers, 4 runs, shot! He knows Boult will go yorker, so he moves across outside off, gets down low for the scoop and when it is a low full toss, it makes things all the more easier. Finds the gap to the left of long leg | Feb 25, 2017
46.1 TG Southee to AB de Villiers, 6 runs, fly away, you beauty. Brings up the fifty partnership and what a shot it is too. Drives at a back of a length ball and manages to get enough wood on the shot to clear cover | Feb 25, 2017
44.1 LH Ferguson to AB de Villiers, 2 runs, excellent shot through square leg to bring up his half-century. The 51st of his career, and extremely vital to South Africa today. On a slow pitch, he's managing to maintain a strike-rate in the high 80s without breaking into a sweat | Feb 25, 2017
42.2 LH Ferguson to AB de Villiers, 4 runs, fierce strike over midwicket. What a shot. It's the shot the ball deserved, short and barely rising up to his stomach, but gee, did he ever hit it hard. Deep midwicket has only a few yards to move his his left, but he is beaten | Feb 25, 2017
43.2 TG Southee to WD Parnell, 4 runs, lifts it over mid-on. Calculated strike on a small ground with the fielder up. Sees the length he could get under and takes full toll of it | Feb 25, 2017
44.3 LH Ferguson to WD Parnell, 6 runs, lashes it over point! Phenomenal connection. True, the ball is short and wide and the boundaries are rather tiny here. But to time it so well. Phew | Feb 25, 2017
36.5 TG Southee to D Pretorius, 4 runs, lovely batting. it's not easy to start on this pitch, but Pretorius already has two fours. A cross-seamer, that seems to bounce extra, in the corridor of uncertainty. But the batsman just guides it past the wicketkeeper's right | Feb 25, 2017
38.4 LH Ferguson to D Pretorius, out, cleans him up, what a fine yorker from Ferguson! What a follow-up after the bouncer. Pretorius is caught on the back foot, expecting another one to buzz around his ears but he is completely deceived. By the time he realises that and gets low to try and protect his off stump, it is knocked back. | Feb 25, 2017
35.4 MJ Santner to D Pretorius, 4 runs, starts with a boundary, hanging back against a flat and wide delivery and cutting it past backward point | Feb 25, 2017
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