Part seven: Among the best bowlers Alec Stewart faced was Allan Donald, who had some memorable duels with English batsmen
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
- Players/Officials : Allan Donald
16.5 CR Woakes to Shan Masood, 4 runs, dropped in short, Masood fetches it from outside off and pulls it through straight midwicket. Got over the top of the ball and rolled his wrists | Jul 23, 2016
14.5 CR Woakes to Shan Masood, 4 runs, poor ball, short outside off, Masood stands tall and punches it square of the wicket through point | Jul 23, 2016
Joe Root starred in England's first innings at Old Trafford with 254 from 406 balls against Pakistan | Jul 23, 2016
12.6 CR Woakes to Mohammad Hafeez, out, there's the breakthrough, Woakes in his first over! Hafeez feeling for a length ball outside off, could have left it, bat hanging away from the body. Root snaffles the chance at second slip | Jul 23, 2016
12.5 CR Woakes to Mohammad Hafeez, 4 runs, tucks this neatly off his hip and places it well to beat Moeen at long leg who is pretty square | Jul 23, 2016
11.2 MM Ali to Shan Masood, 4 runs, short to the left hander now and there's no sweeper out for him so he picks up a boundary with his cut shot | Jul 23, 2016
5.4 SCJ Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, 4 runs, shorter, wider and Hafeez flings everything he's got at that! It was in the air but hit so hard. Good percentage play, through third man | Jul 23, 2016
3.5 SCJ Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, 4 runs, onto the front foot and that is a lovely strike! Waited for the ball to come to him, leant his weight into a balanced strike and pierced the covers | Jul 23, 2016
0.3 JM Anderson to Shan Masood, dot ball, nearly caught and bowled! Masood tried to nudge to leg but got a leading edge ... but Anderson, somewhat surprised that the ball would be coming his way, was late to react | Jul 23, 2016
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