England v India, 5th Investec Test, The Oval
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- Players/Officials : Moeen Ali
17.5 Richardson to Henriques, SIX. SRH | Apr 30, 2016
17.3 KW Richardson to MC Henriques, 6 runs, gets stuck in this time! Richardson looks to test the bounce of the surface, and boy, it's a terrible idea. The short ball was sitting up nicely for Henriques who pulled it with disdain into the shortest boundary at deep midwicket | Apr 30, 2016
17.2 KW Richardson to NV Ojha, out, miscued, and AB de Villiers takes a dolly at long-on. This was short of length on middle, Ojha was cramped for room as he looked to pull and only managed to skew it straight to the fielder. | Apr 30, 2016
16.5 Watson to Williamson, OUT. SRH | Apr 30, 2016
16.2 SR Watson to KS Williamson, 4 runs, sensational, outstanding, mindblowing....I'm running out of superlatives. Short of length outside off, he walks across the stumps and then brings those steely wrists into play as he whips that one bounce into the deep square leg boundary. | Apr 30, 2016
15.5 T Shamsi to DA Warner, out, this time he's holed out to long-off, and Shamsi immediately runs around towards his captain to trigger the Bus Driver's celebration. Warner once again looked to clear the ropes, but didn't quite get the elevation as de Villiers, standing a good 10 yards in from the ropes, took a comfortable catch. | Apr 30, 2016
15.4 T Shamsi to DA Warner, 6 runs, didn't time it well, but he's got a slug. Too much thickness in his blade, but take no credit away from Warner. This wasn't in his hitting arc, but he still managed to clear his front leg and slog that across the line over long-on. Why play reverse dabs and switch hits when you can hit the ball long and hard like that? | Apr 30, 2016
15.1 T Shamsi to KS Williamson, 4 runs, change or no change, it doesn't matter. KW gets down on one knee and uses his reach to sweep that into the deep backward square leg boundary | Apr 30, 2016
14.4 KW Richardson to DA Warner, 6 runs, this is mindblowing! He's toying with the bowling here. Or maybe that would be an understatement. Too short on leg stump, Warner arches back to make room and uses the pace to help it over third man | Apr 30, 2016
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