Part eleven: When a batsman is comfortable batting against Imran, Wasim and Waqar, you have to be impressed
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
Darren Sammy said that with one game separating the Rajshahi Kings and the BPL final, they will have to do better with the bat if they are to win the tournament | Dec 6, 2016
Dhaka Dynamites swept aside Khulna Titans, beating them by 54 runs, to move into the final of BPL 2016-17 | Dec 6, 2016
short of a length ball onto the body, Junaid tries to slog across the line. Ends up with a leading edge which settled into the hands of Lewis at cover | Dec 6, 2016
short of a length and down leg, Ariful slogs and gets a top edge which skies towards the short midwicket region. Russell ran across the pitch and gets underneath it | Dec 6, 2016
slower and full ball at the toes, clips it straight into the hands of Sunzamul at short midwicket | Dec 6, 2016
and Bravo pulls out that low dipping full ball, Shuvagata slogs across the line and completely outdone by the lack of pace..Ball hits the middle stump | Dec 6, 2016
good length ball and was outside off at 126 kph, cross seam ball. Pooran clears the front leg and sends a lofted shot straight into the throat of long-off, Bravo pouches and pulls out a dance move.. | Dec 6, 2016
half of the side gone now..Short of a length and straightens on the leg stump. Mazid just pushes that off the back foot towards the non-striker. Mosaddek gets across and accepts the dolly.. | Dec 6, 2016
another wicket, looks like an inside edge to the pad... Flatter length ball which came in with the angle from round the wicket. It straightens on the middle stump as Howell prods forward to block. A definite edge back to the pad | Dec 6, 2016
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