Doug Walters, 112 v West Indies, Port-of-Spain, 1973
Part nine: Ian Chappell on the best centuries he's watched. Among them: Doug Walters' assault on spin in Port-of-Spain, 1973
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
full toss outside off, and he slaps it past cover to go past Nathan Astle's 16 ODI centuries and smashes the air with his bat...good anchor innings from Taylor, and NZ have got par here | Feb 22, 2017
49.5 WD Parnell to LRPL Taylor, 2 runs, full outside off, walks across and nails the slog. It's gone flat and Miller has taken a stunning catch diving to his right...but he's fallen and slides towards the boundary...and uses his core strength to flick it back into play to save the bondary | Feb 22, 2017
49.3 WD Parnell to JDS Neesham, 4 runs, back of a length at off stump, stays still this time, clears the front foot, punches it over the non-striker | Feb 22, 2017
48.2 AL Phehlukwayo to JDS Neesham, 4 runs, overpitched outside off from around the wicket, uses the angle to whip it between deep midwicket and long-on | Feb 22, 2017
47.4 WD Parnell to JDS Neesham, 2 runs, dropped to rapturous applause from the crowd! It's Faf at deep midiwicket. Neesham backs away deep in his crease and slogs the length ball aerially, Faf runs in and grasses it as he's falling forward | Feb 22, 2017
46.6 AL Phehlukwayo to LRPL Taylor, 4 runs, slower short one again, this time he waits and goes for the option that will give him more power - a cut over point | Feb 22, 2017
46.2 AL Phehlukwayo to LRPL Taylor, 4 runs, slower ball, misses his length outside off, flays it off the front foot, three bounces at knee height and into the cover boundary | Feb 22, 2017
44.4 CH Morris to LRPL Taylor, 4 runs, 135 kph, full nothing delivery on the pads, good bat speed again, goes for the whip, turns it fine | Feb 22, 2017
43.1 Imran Tahir to JDS Neesham, 4 runs, googly tossed up at off stump, clears the front foot and lifts this over the bowler classily | Feb 22, 2017
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