Part nine: Allan Donald on the most intimidating bowlers he has seen: this time, Glenn McGrath
Produced by: Gokul Chakravarthy, Suketu Mehta; Interviewer: Nagraj Gollapudi
- Players/Officials : Glenn McGrath
That's the end of it, Santner finishes it off with a double-strike. A comprehensive win for New Zealand. | Dec 12, 2017
Tries to slog it big over deep midwicket and gets a leading edge. A thick one, off the outside of the bat and Boult just runs forward and settles unde | Dec 12, 2017
The New Zealand captain showed why he's excellent in the slip cordon by taking a low catch to his left to dismiss Raymon Reifer | Dec 12, 2017
Finally the partnership has been broken. Another short ball does the job. Wagner bangs it in and Chase cannot control his pull. Gets a top-edge that i | Dec 12, 2017
Former England captain Michael Vaughan talks about team culture, and the recent missteps in the England camp | Dec 12, 2017
Ambris is struggling with his forearm. He's walking off now. Ambris retiring hurt. Big blow for West Indies in their battle for survival. | Dec 11, 2017
another short delivery, hits him flush on the forearm as he takes his eyes off. Think he needs some attention here. Oh, Yikes, on the wrist in fact. T | Dec 11, 2017
Dowrich bounced out second ball. He had done well the previous delivery to keep it down but that was angled across him. | Dec 11, 2017
Wagner to Hope, OUT, that's another poor shot. Wagner strikes in his first over on the fourth day. And it's another decently-set batsman who has to go | Dec 11, 2017
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