Roy Fredericks, 169 v Australia, Perth
Part seven: Ian Chappell on the best centuries he has watched. This time: Roy Fredericks' blitzkrieg in Perth
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
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gone! He has missed it altogether. Length ball on off and skids through.. undone by the tracjectory and thuds around his midriff as he was looking pull.. loud cry for leg-before and the umpire obliges | Dec 7, 2016
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting does not want cricket to go back to the 'fifties or sixties' but suggests the present game favours batsmen a little too much. | Dec 7, 2016
saw him coming and Misharraf held his length back a bit.. Nurul on the move chips one to Hasanuzzaman at short mid-wicket | Dec 7, 2016
full on off stump and induces the drive.. Mominul gets onto the front foot and plays away from his body.. slashes hard and Abdul takes a fine catch at first slip | Dec 7, 2016
16.4 Sammy to Mosharraf Hossain, OUT | Dec 7, 2016
14.3 Williams to Naeem Islam, OUT | Dec 7, 2016
13.5 Patel to Cooper, OUT | Dec 7, 2016
13.1 Patel to Mahmudullah, OUT | Dec 7, 2016
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