Part one: Wasim Akram on the toughest batsmen he bowled to. First up: the Little Master
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
36.2 Wagner to Sabbir Rahman, OUT, edged and the keeper snaffles it. Wagner snuffs him out with a well-directed short ball. bangs it in on middle-stump line and the ball gets big on the batsman. He jumps up, awkwardly looking to ride the bounce. | Jan 23, 2017
32.3 Wagner to Mahmudullah, OUT, this had to happen at some point. Goes for another drive away from the body. It moves away late from a fullish length and does not come on to him too well either. | Jan 23, 2017
22.3 Southee to Shakib Al Hasan, OUT, short ball outside off, and it's a loose shot for Shakib. 200 Test wickets for Tim Southee. It's not that wide also and Shakib steers it, making no attempt to keep it down. | Jan 23, 2017
19.4 de Grandhomme to Soumya Sarkar, OUT, offers up some width outside off and tempts the batsman to go after it. Sarkar flashes at it and guides it straight into the hands of Jeet Rava at gully. Raval dives to his left to snaffle it | Jan 23, 2017
Wicketkeeper Nurul Hasan had the presence of mind to flick on the ball to the stumps to run out a seemingly safe Neil Wagner during the fourth day of | Jan 23, 2017
5.4 Southee to Tamim Iqbal, OUT, short ball does the trick. Goes hard on the pull shot. There was a man there in deep square leg just for that and he sends it straight into his hands. Does not keep it along the ground and it is a fairly straightforward catch for Santner who | Jan 23, 2017
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92.4 Shakib Al Hasan to Wagner, 1 run, OUT, flat ball, pushed through quicker at 91.8kph, clipped through square leg. They have gone upstairs for a run out and guess what, this is a bizarre run out. Wagner cannot believe his luck. Wagner was charging back for the second run | Jan 22, 2017
91.5 Mehedi Hasan Miraz to Boult, SIX, comes down the track to meet the pitch of this ball, given just the right amount of flight and Boult gets on top of it before lofting it over long-on and the ball soars over the boundary and into the grassbanks | Jan 22, 2017
Part 11: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Malcolm Marshall was the most intelligent quick bowler ever
Part ten: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Dennis Lillee had tremendous stamina and the ability to adapt to any condition
Part nine: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Shane Warne bowled the best flipper, and he always tried to psyche out batsme...
Part eight: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Wasim Akram was effective both over and round the wicket and was very diffic...
Part seven: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Alan Knott stood out for his glovework and footwork, and he was an iconic pl...
Part six: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Martin Crowe's ability to transfer his weight at the crease made him a difficu...
Part 4: Graham Gooch on Sachin Tendulkar, who bore the crushing weight of expectation masterfully for over two decades
Part five: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Allan Border was not eye-catching but he was uncompromising and focused on wi...
Part three: Graham Gooch on the toughest competitors: Viv Richards owned every ground he walked out onto