Part five: The best bowlers Alec Stewart faced include Curtly Ambrose, who did you in with his height
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
- Players/Officials : Sir Curtly Ambrose
10.6 M Morkel to DJ Malan, 4 runs, drilled down the track, no cutting that off at long-off! | Jun 25, 2017
10.3 M Morkel to AD Hales, 4 runs, full length but too wide. Hales merely lays bat on ball and the keeper has no chance to intercept a fat deflection | Jun 25, 2017
9.6 Imran Tahir to DJ Malan, 4 runs, gives himself room, swings through the line, a screech from the fielders, but the ball skews wide of everyone and bobbles over the rope at deep point. Malan marches on! | Jun 25, 2017
9.5 Imran Tahir to DJ Malan, 4 runs, flipped over the leg-side, a cute little dink, just evades Morkel at short fine leg, and there's a very fine debut fifty | Jun 25, 2017
9.1 Imran Tahir to AD Hales, 6 runs, oh dear, can't bowl there! A filthy knee-high full-toss, and Hales swings through the line as if delivering personal vengeance for that hurty knee he received earlier. Into the stands at cow corner | Jun 25, 2017
8.4 M Morkel to DJ Malan, 6 runs, stands his ground and delivers in style, a monstrous mow from deep in the crease, straight back over the bowler's head, off the scaffolding and almost certainly into the Taff! Snorkel please! | Jun 25, 2017
7.4 Imran Tahir to DJ Malan, 4 runs, flashed through third man, down past the keeper's boot, the tight angle beats the fielder | Jun 25, 2017
7.2 Imran Tahir to DJ Malan, 4 runs, smashed! Didn't look at first glance as though Malan had got hold of his pull through mid-on, but the fielder couldn't get close! | Jun 25, 2017
6.6 CH Morris to DJ Malan, 4 runs, pumped through square leg to add insult to injury | Jun 25, 2017
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