Part four: Allan Donald on the most intimidating bowlers he has seen: Shoaib Akhtar, the speed demon
Produced by: Gokul Chakravarthy; Interviewer: Nagraj Gollapudi
- Players/Officials : Shoaib Akhtar
| Feb 22, 2017
16.1 AL Phehlukwayo to LRPL Taylor, 4 runs, slips into the pads and that's neatly deflected to fine leg with a little turn of the wrists | Feb 21, 2017
12.6 D Pretorius to DG Brownlie, out, he's gone now! Another 30-odd and out for Brownlie. A full, straight delivery which he plays around. It did nip back, but he didn't ponder the review. Probably clipping leg stump. Well, the replay says it's missing leg stump by quite a bit! Gripped more off the pitch than it looked first up | Feb 21, 2017
10.1 D Pretorius to DG Brownlie, 4 runs, what timing he's got in that, was back-of-a-length at off stump, he punched it straight down the ground and it scoots away | Feb 21, 2017
7.6 CH Morris to DG Brownlie, 4 runs, and now he slashes firmly square of the wicket, offered some width and he threw everything at that. Was in the air for a while, but flew wide of backward point | Feb 21, 2017
7.4 CH Morris to DG Brownlie, 4 runs, gets inside the line and clips this off his hip wide of short fine leg, that races away...the line a fractionally wrong from Morris, too straight | Feb 21, 2017
7.2 CH Morris to DG Brownlie, 4 runs, another good-looking drive, on the up between cover and mid-off. Wasn't a bad delivery | Feb 21, 2017
6.5 D Pretorius to KS Williamson, 4 runs, lovely piece of timing, that's classy...stands tall and punches a back-of-a-length delivery through the covers. Textbook Kane | Feb 21, 2017
5.2 WD Parnell to KS Williamson, 1 run, tight run, but he's safe...pushes a full ball just straight of mid-off and he scampers off | Feb 21, 2017
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