Bangladesh v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 5th day
ESPNcricinfo's Mohammad Isam analyses Bangladesh's match-saving performance on the final day of the second Test against Sri Lanka
- Players/Officials : Mominul Haque
35.4 MJ Santner to D Pretorius, 4 runs, starts with a boundary, hanging back against a flat and wide delivery and cutting it past backward point | Feb 25, 2017
35.3 MJ Santner to DA Miller, out, taken at short midwicket! But the umpires want to make sure it has carried. Chris Brown's soft signal is out. This is such lovely bowling from Santner. On a slow pitch, he slows it down still and it finds MIller into the shot a touch too early. Broom's the man with the spotlight on him, diving to his right, getting his hands low and coming up with a fine catch. "He's got it in the end of the fingers," says the third umpire Paul Reiffel but he wants more angles for confirmation. This could be tight. "Happy with that. It's out" | Feb 25, 2017
31.5 MJ Santner to JP Duminy, dot ball, stumping missed! And it was a simple one too. Up to Latham's mistake this is a beautiful piece of cricket from New Zealand. They have tied Duminy down. And Santner sees him itching to hit out. Sees him coming down the track and tosses it wide outside off, past his reach. | Feb 25, 2017
33.2 MJ Santner to JP Duminy, out, direct hit at the bowler's end, is Duminy in trouble here? He's gone. Seems like the bat stuck in the ground and the fielder Tim Southee has pulled off a piece of magic | Feb 25, 2017
30.1 TA Boult to JP Duminy, 4 runs, inside edge, flies past the keeper's right. Change of pace almost worked. It's the little offcutter, pitching back of a length and outside off. Duminy blocks with the bat coming down from gully at an angle | Feb 25, 2017
25.5 MJ Santner to AB de Villiers, dot ball, huge appeal for lbw from the keeper, but umpire Brown says no. Williamson is crying out to the keeper to ask his opinion and then goes for a review. This is a quicker ball, sliding down leg. AB tries to flick. Question is has he made connection. Third umpire says "we don't have HotSpot" - must be a glitch because it was working before. Snicko works though and it shows nothing as ball passes bat | Feb 25, 2017
24.6 C de Grandhomme to AB de Villiers, 4 runs, what a shot! Hurtles down the pitch like a runaway truck, turns a lenght ball into a half-volley and smears it through the covers. Would have taken Brownlie at short cover with it, if he dared to put a hand on that | Feb 25, 2017
23.4 LH Ferguson to AB de Villiers, 4 runs, clubs it over midwicket. If you bowl short, make sure it comes up to his grille. Because if it isn't, AB will do this to you all day long. Shifts his balance back and pulls with pure disdain. Nine thousand ODI runs at a strike-rate over 100, average over 50, and the fastest to the mark in history | Feb 25, 2017
22.5 C de Grandhomme to Q de Kock, out, taken in the deep by midwicket running to his left, de Grandhomme has changed the game. Two wickets in the over, and it's of the set batsmen. Short ball, there for the pull shot, takes on the boundary, but doesn't come up with the win this time. End of a fine innings - five fifty-plus scores on the trot lest we forget | Feb 25, 2017
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