Part four: Bowling to Mark Taylor was frustrating because you would rarely get a chance against him
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
- Players/Officials : Mark Taylor
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
| Jan 23, 2017
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
89.5 Mehedi Hasan Miraz to Nicholls, OUT, oh, dear, chops this floated up delivery on to the stumps and Nicholls has to walk back two short of a maiden ton. Came charging down the track and tries to drill it through the off side. But he ends up getting too close to the ball | Jan 22, 2017
82.4 Taskin Ahmed to Wagner, no run, edged and dropped. That's the ninth dropped catch of this match. That's a regulation catch and the fielder spills it. It was back of a length and Wagner was trying to open the bat face. Cannot ride the bounce well as it gets big on him. | Jan 22, 2017
82.6 Taskin Ahmed to Wagner, no run, Appeal for lbw, given by umpire Reiffel. And Wagner has reviewed it. It was pitched outside leg and the decision has to be overturned. That was so marginal, just a matter of millimeters. | Jan 22, 2017
76.2 Shakib Al Hasan to Southee, OUT, tossed up outside off, goes for the drive and chips it straight to short extra cover. Mehedi Hasan makes up for the earlier lapse by taking it clean this time and Bangladesh have their first breakthrough of the morning | Jan 22, 2017
Ajit Agarkar picks Ben Stokes as the star performer of the day for his match-winning performance with the bat and ball in the third ODI against India at Eden Gardens | Jan 22, 2017
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