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
Edge and taken by the keeper, angles it across. Soumya Sarkar was looking for the steer down to third man. | Nov 26, 2015
Dhaka Dynamites beat Chittagong Vikings six wickets in match ten of the 2015 Bangladesh Premier League | Nov 26, 2015
No fifty for Shadman. He falls at the doorstep of victory. This skids on, the left-hander steps back, instead of moving forward. He can't put bat on the attempted cut and hears the death rattle | Nov 26, 2015
Nasir manufactures room by backing away outside leg but misses an innocuous straight ball. The middle stump is tilted back and Naeem has another conso | Nov 26, 2015
Perhaps he intended to go over cover but ends up holing out to long-off. Dolly catch for Ziaur as Naeem takes a wicket in his first over | Nov 26, 2015
Chittagong find a way past the openers. Good length and on off, the bat twists in Shykat's hand as he slogs and holes out to long-on | Nov 26, 2015
AB de Villiers is the one batsman who should keep looking for runs, and perhaps try things to rattle the spinners, Sanjay Manjrekar thinks | Nov 26, 2015
Nasir slides this across off again, another non-turning ball from round the stumps. Shafiul feathers this skiddy ball behind. Sanga is having a good day behind the stumps | Nov 26, 2015
Chittagong Vikings have been routed for 92. Full and on off, Ajmal wants to loft it out of the park but he makes a mess of it, he can only lob it to m | Nov 26, 2015
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Part ten: Mike Brearley on his favourite captains: Rod Marsh was modest despite his many achievements
Part nine: Mike Brearley on his favourite captains: Mike Procter was understanding, and willing to try different things as captain
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Part seven: Mike Brearley on his favourite captains: Steve Waugh was a great battler in hard situations, and interested in the dev...
Part six: Mike Brearley on his favourite captains: West Indies' first official black captain lived up to the tremendous expectatio...
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