Part seven: Among the best bowlers Alec Stewart faced was Allan Donald, who had some memorable duels with English batsmen
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
- Players/Officials : Allan Donald
19.6 JJ Bumrah to NLTC Perera, 6 runs, another slower ball, but this time Perera holds his shape, doesn't swing too early, and even though his bottom hand comes off the handle, he still manages to connect well enough with his pull to clear the square leg boundary comfortably | May 1, 2016
19.2 JJ Bumrah to MS Dhoni, out, shortish on off stump, pulled in the air, and Rayudu comes quickly off the deep midwicket boundary to take a simple catch | May 1, 2016
17.3 JJ Bumrah to SS Tiwary, out, slower ball, shorter this time, following Tiwary's movement away from the leg stump. Tiwary has been visibly tiring over the last few overs, and he didn't have the strength left to muscle a slower ball over the man stationed at deep midwicket. Hits it straight into his lap | May 1, 2016
Steven Smith was in sublime form during his 23-ball 45 that propelled Rising Pune Supergiants to a rapid start against Mumbai Indians | May 1, 2016
16.1 TG Southee to MS Dhoni, 4 runs, short, leg-stumpish, bad ball considering fine leg is inside the circle, and Dhoni steps across to help it away - it was off the glove, actually - to the right of the fielder | May 1, 2016
13.1 MJ McClenaghan to MS Dhoni, 4 runs, fullish length ball, wide outside off, and Dhoni uses the swinging room to flat-bat it back over the bowler's head. Bam. | May 1, 2016
12.1 Harbhajan Singh to PSP Handscomb, out, flat length ball on off stump, and it's perhaps a touch quicker than Handscomb would like as he reaches out to sweep it. He's not able to far enough forward to get on top of the ball, and it bounces, takes his top edge, and finds the man at deep square leg | May 1, 2016
10.4 Harbhajan Singh to SS Tiwary, 4 runs, fetches the shortish ball from wide of off stump and pulls into the gap between deep midwicket and long-on. The two fielders converge, and Rayudu, running from deep midwicket and diving to his right, pushes the ball past Southee coming in the other direction. Harbhajan yells at Rayudu, and he yells back. Harbhajan goes all the way to the fielder to comfort him, but Rayudu is still seething | May 1, 2016
9.2 JJ Bumrah to SPD Smith, out, back of a length outside off, and Smith's attempted dab ends up going too fine. He was looking at the fine third man region, and ends up finding the keeper's gloves. Parthiv read the play well and took a step to his right before he dived | May 1, 2016
Part 11: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Malcolm Marshall was the most intelligent quick bowler ever
Part ten: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Dennis Lillee had tremendous stamina and the ability to adapt to any condition
Part nine: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Shane Warne bowled the best flipper, and he always tried to psyche out batsme...
Part eight: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Wasim Akram was effective both over and round the wicket and was very diffic...
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...
Part three: Graham Gooch on the toughest competitors: Viv Richards owned every ground he walked out onto