Graeme Pollock, 274 v Australia, Durban
Part two: Ian Chappell on the best centuries he has watched. No. 2: Graeme Pollock's 274 v Australia in Durban
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
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68.6 Shakib Al Hasan to C de Grandhomme, out, three in two overs! Shakib is all over New Zealand here, and again it's that non-turning ball slanted in with that clever low arm. Loose drive from de Grandhomme, looking to hit through the covers, reaching out without getting a proper stride forward, ends up leaving a big gap for the ball to sneak through | Jan 21, 2017
68.3 Shakib Al Hasan to BJ Watling, out, bowled 'im! Watling goes for the cut but this doesn't turn. There's a bit of width on it but not too much, and his bat comes down at an angle and bottom-edges into the stumps. Shakib hasn't bowled all that much today, but sudden;y he's taken two in two overs | Jan 21, 2017
66.4 Shakib Al Hasan to MJ Santner, out, Santner has reviewed an lbw decision but that was plub. Unlikely this is going to work in his favour. Tossed up and spinning in to the left-hander from the good length region. Santner is on the backfoot to a delivery he should have probably been playing forward to. Gets rapped on the back pad as he shifts across and ends up exposing the stumps. Does not spin as much as he anticipates and he does not make contact as he tries to work it through the on side. Ball-tracking is not available and the third umpire asks Paul Reiffel to stay with his on-field call | Jan 21, 2017
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