Part nine: Alec Stewart on the best bowlers he has faced: his Surrey team-mate Saqlain Mushtaq was a handful every time
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
- Players/Officials : Saqlain Mushtaq
Back of a length cutter on middle, Enamul is tricked into playing early. He seeks to flick it over midwicket and ends up spooning a return catch | Nov 26, 2015
Nasir has his hands aloft in joy. Quicker through the air and slides on to hit the front pad. This would have rattled middle and leg. Ump Martinesz's finger goes up | Nov 26, 2015
Chopped on, Yasir takes high-fives from his team-mates. Looped up full and wide outside off with a hint of turn. Amir hunts for an expansive drive but can only inside-edge it onto the stumps | Nov 26, 2015
Sanga jumps and belts out an lbw appeal. Dilshan has been given out lbw. This one arrows in with the arm and smacks Dilshan on the back pad above the knee roll as he misses an attempted pull. It may have bounced over the stumps | Nov 26, 2015
Sanjay Manjrekar feels that only AB de Villiers can play an attacking game on a pitch like this, the rest are better advised to defend confidently | Nov 26, 2015
Mustafiz strikes with his third ball and Mirpur roars. He unfurls his signature cutter. Yasir looks to run it down to third man but can only nick it off with Sanga doing the rest | Nov 26, 2015
Reza strikes now! Another one that does not bounce much. This was by no means a short ball, it keeps low to pose more questions to Anamul. He goes for a pull and only connects with thin air. Pinned in front of off. Vikings reduced to 3 for 2 inside 3 overs. Anamul swipes his | Nov 26, 2015
Tamim's scratchy innings has come to an end. Strangled down leg. He is seemingly unhappy, quite contrasting to Sanga's emotions. Was there a snick there? Nothing there, I guess. This was darted down the leg side, Tamim wants to flick it fine but can't lay bat on it. But he h | Nov 26, 2015
South Africa coach Russell Domingo refused to get drawn into the Nagpur pitch debate instead giving praise to India's bowlers | Nov 26, 2015
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