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
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21.4 BA Stokes to Rahat Ali, 4 runs, slashed through the slips! Some width outside off, goes for the cut, off the bottom edge I think, and takes Root's finger tips at second slip (wasn't a chance) | Jul 23, 2016
21.3 BA Stokes to Younis Khan, out, caught down the leg side! Stokes has one...you could hear the nick, off the face of the bat as he tried to work away a short-of-a-length delivery which was angling towards the leg side | Jul 23, 2016
22.5 CR Woakes to Rahat Ali, out, and there you go! Short ball, on target around the neck area, Rahat fending away with any real idea what to do and it loops up to short leg. Suspect he may not get the gig again | Jul 23, 2016
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