Rahul Dravid analyses England's collapse in the first innings on the third day of the first Test against India in Ahmedabad Test
Interviewer: George Dobell
24.2 Mohammad Tauqir to Haris Sohail, dot ball, defended by the batsman | Mar 4, 2015
23.2 Khurram Khan to Ahmed Shehzad, 1 run, given plenty of flight as this is directed away to the man at long on for Shehzad to register a first World Cup fifty | Mar 4, 2015
20.5 Mohammad Tauqir to Ahmed Shehzad, 4 runs, able to hammer away a boundary square off the wicket to find the rope in a hurry. Timely boundary for Pakistan | Mar 4, 2015
15.6 Amjad Javed to Ahmed Shehzad, 6 runs, down the pitch and lifts Javed high over his head to find the long on boundary with aplomb. Struck that well enough to just get this over the rope. That will help Pakistan's runrate! | Mar 4, 2015
11.4 Amjad Javed to Haris Sohail, 4 runs, goes round the wicket now, delivering one on a back of a length and slanting down as Javed is certainly suffering some nerves as he gives Haris an opportunity to tickle this one away through fine leg to beat the f | Mar 4, 2015
11.3 Amjad Javed to Haris Sohail, 4 runs, overpitched and all Haris has to do is lean into this to drive it away through long off. The fielder at mid-off ended up escorting this down to the boundary as he chased after in vain | Mar 4, 2015
9.5 AM Guruge to Ahmed Shehzad, 4 runs, uses his feet well to get down and hoick away the left-armer over extra-cover, with this threatening to just touch the rope after slowing down in the deep. The fielder at mid-off is able to run it down and just abou | Mar 4, 2015
9.1 AM Guruge to Ahmed Shehzad, 4 runs, strays on the pads and is punished with a deft flick which runs away to the fine leg boundary | Mar 4, 2015
8.6 Mohammad Naveed to Haris Sohail, 4 runs, and now Haris gets away with a risky stroke outside off that catches the outside edge before flying through the vacant gap at second/third slip to find the third man boundary | Mar 4, 2015
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