Doug Walters, 103 v England, Perth, 1974
Part ten: Ian Chappell on the best centuries he has watched. This time: Doug Walters' hundred in a session
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
- Players/Officials : Doug Walters
Ross Taylor struck his 17th ODI century and Trent Boult produced 3 for 63, helping New Zealand scrape to a six-run, series-levelling victory against South Africa in Christchurch | Feb 22, 2017
48.6 TA Boult to D Pretorius, out, got him! Boult, you beauty! Misses the yorker marginally, he steps out and the full toss gets higher than it would've been for him, and it crashes into the off stump. Is that the match for New Zealand? What a fantastic knock by Pretorious, South Africa have no business being in this game right now, this is all him | Feb 22, 2017
47.2 TG Southee to D Pretorius, 4 runs, low full toss at middle stump, tails in sligthtly and he lifts this back over his partner's head and it evades Santner's dive after running 10 yards to his left at long-on | Feb 22, 2017
47.1 TG Southee to D Pretorius, 4 runs, yorker that flirts with the wide marker, but Pretorious has used his reach to chop this through second slip for four. Brilliant shot | Feb 22, 2017
45.3 TA Boult to D Pretorius, 4 runs, yorker outside off, tries to chop it fine through third man gets an inside edge that goes past Latham instead! | Feb 22, 2017
45.2 TA Boult to D Pretorius, 6 runs, back of a length outside off, hangs back and puts in a clean swing to club it flat over the midwicket boundary | Feb 22, 2017
44.3 IS Sodhi to D Pretorius, 6 runs, tossed up outside off, gets under it and bludgeons it inside-out over the extra cover boundary for the first six of the game | Feb 22, 2017
41.4 MJ Santner to WD Parnell, out, gone! He's played all around it. good length at off stump, wants to whip it into the leg side, trapped in front and it's a straightforward decision. No thoughts of a review there | Feb 22, 2017
40.6 TA Boult to D Pretorius, out, back of a length at the pads, tries to whip this through the leg side, it's a leading edge straight that goes to cover on the bounce, Morris has anticipated this ball to fly into the leg side and has taken off, only to be caught well short of the crease at the non-strikers as Dean Brownlie underams and gets a direct hit | Feb 22, 2017
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