Part two: Allan Donald on the most intimidating bowlers he has seen: Wasim Akram, the complete package
Producer: Gokul Chakravarthy, Interviewer: Nagraj Gollapudi
- Players/Officials : Wasim Akram
19.6 B Kumar to Parvez Rasool, out, slower and fuller outside off, he fetches the slog across the line and skews it up towards Henriques who takes that skier at deep square leg with the ropes inches behind him. Fourth loss in six games for RCB | Apr 30, 2016
19.5 B Kumar to Parvez Rasool, 4 runs, banged in short and he's slapped that into the deep midwicket boundary. Doesn't matter, really | Apr 30, 2016
18.5 Mustafizur Rahman to KM Jadhav, 6 runs, he's connected this time! Mustafizur gets the yorker wrong, and the ball sails into the deep midwicket boundary. He swung through cleanly this time | Apr 30, 2016
17.2 A Nehra to KM Jadhav, 6 runs, Henriques has tipped it over the ropes at deep midwicket. Is there life in this game yet? Too full, Jadhav whips it and gets enough to clear the ropes. Didn't look like it was off the middle astonishingly | Apr 30, 2016
17.1 A Nehra to Sachin Baby, out, strikes with his first delivery. It was a waist-high full toss again, right into Baby's swinging arc, he swung, but got the ball towards the maker's name, which meant Dhawan had considerable distance to run in from long-on. He did well to take a comfortable catch. | Apr 30, 2016
16.4 Mustafizur Rahman to Sachin Baby, 4 runs, high full toss, around the waist, and he's sliced that over short third man | Apr 30, 2016
15.1 B Kumar to Sachin Baby, 4 runs, brilliant! The fearlessness of youth, I tell you. Daring stuff. Too short, he walks across a touch, and scoops it over the keeper's head. He wanted to direct that over short fine but changed his shot at the last moment and got full value for his shot | Apr 30, 2016
14.4 Sran to de Villiers, OUT. RCB | Apr 30, 2016
14.1 BB Sran to AB de Villiers, 4 runs, right, is this over that changed it around for RCB? Floats it a slower short ball down leg, de Villiers swings leg side and picks the gap at deep fine leg. Forced the pace, and hit it off the middle | Apr 30, 2016
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