Part ten: Allan Donald on the most intimidating bowlers he has watched. This week: Richard Hadlee
Produced by: Gokul Chakravarthy, Suketu Mehta; Interviewer: Nagraj Gollapudi
- Players/Officials : Sir Richard Hadlee
11.3 DJ Bravo to BCJ Cutting, 4 runs, just wide of midwicket. Well played by Cutting. Short ball, aimed at Cutting's chest. Cutting shimmied down and went through with the pull, got it past midwicket and to the boundary | May 27, 2016
plumb in front. Bravo breaks into the Champion jig. A slower ball and Hooda plays across the line. Awful shot. Extremely full on middle, Hooda missed a straight ball. Warner's importance increasing all the time, his fellow batsmen letting him down | May 27, 2016
11.1 . SRH | May 27, 2016
10.6 . SRH | May 27, 2016
89.5 RMS Eranga to CR Woakes, 4 runs, another lovely delivery and deserved better than a fat edge through the cordon. Squared up on off stump, committed to the stroke, and lucky to get away with it. Well bowled | May 27, 2016
88.4 N Pradeep to MM Ali, 4 runs, outside off, jabbed through third man with an open face, they all count | May 27, 2016
8.2 S Kaushik to Yuvraj Singh, out, goes for the big shot as a result of those dot balls and pays the price for it. Poor batting. Tossed up outside off, Yuvraj miscues the lofted drive straight to long-off. Not a great innings from yuvraj | May 27, 2016
7.5 SK Raina to DA Warner, 4 runs, goes through the cover fielder. Shortish outside off, thwacked to Tye at cover and the ball goes through and to the cover boundary | May 27, 2016
7.1 SK Raina to DA Warner, 6 runs, 97 kph, dispatched. Raina errs in length, too full to Warner who clears his front leg and then wham. Straight over the bowler's head for six. Fantastic timing | May 27, 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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