Part three: Allan Donald on the most intimidating bowlers he has seen: Waqar Younis, the ready wrecker
Produced by: Gokul Chakravarthy, Interviewer: Nagraj Gollapudi
- Players/Officials : Waqar Younis
123.2 HMRKB Herath to MM Ali, 4 runs, and another big swing, just the four this time...heaves this one from off the stumps through midwicket and there's another average piece of fielding in the deep by Lakmal as he palms it into the boundary | May 28, 2016
121.1 HMRKB Herath to MM Ali, 4 runs, more power and placement from Moeen as he flogs this from outside off along the ground through midwicket, splits the deep men perfectly | May 28, 2016
120.4 RMS Eranga to MM Ali, 4 runs, steps away to the leg side against a short ball and does superbly well to upper cut it over the off side and wide of deep point | May 28, 2016
120.3 RMS Eranga to MM Ali, 4 runs, this time he middles the pull, sees it early and pulls well in front of square through straight midwicket | May 28, 2016
120.2 RMS Eranga to MM Ali, 2 runs, dropped, and that's the third miss for the day! Moeen went for the pull, got a top edge, it sailed towards deeps square who had plenty of time to get underneath it but Siriwardana makes a complete hash of it | May 28, 2016
119.1 N Pradeep to MM Ali, 4 runs, and there it is! Test century No. 2 for Moeen, and in some style. He drives on the up over mid-off with a lovely free-flowing stroke | May 28, 2016
116.2 RMS Eranga to MM Ali, 4 runs, strong wrists as he whips this from outside off stump, using the angle into him from round the wicket, delightfully through midwicket | May 28, 2016
111.2 N Pradeep to SCJ Broad, out, and there we go, another nick, and Broad is on his way. More sharp nip off the seam to lure the loose drive, and Mendis clings on to his second edge of the morning. An astute bit of swapsies behind the stumps | May 28, 2016
109.4 N Pradeep to SCJ Broad, 4 runs, swinging away, and Broad is lured into the drive, and is lucky to get away with it. A low edge through the cordon, but there are too many gaps and no third slip. He'd have gobbled that... | May 28, 2016
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Part seven: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Alan Knott stood out for his glovework and footwork, and he was an iconic pl...
Part six: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Martin Crowe's ability to transfer his weight at the crease made him a difficu...
Part 4: Graham Gooch on Sachin Tendulkar, who bore the crushing weight of expectation masterfully for over two decades
Part five: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Allan Border was not eye-catching but he was uncompromising and focused on wi...
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