India v Australia, 2nd Test, Bangalore, 2nd day
Sanjay Manjrekar looks back on the action so far in the Bangalore Test
15.3 Rubel Hossain to MW Machan, 4 runs, elegant from Machan as he gets a half-volley outside off before unfurling a corker of a drive to find the extra-cover boundary in a flash | Mar 4, 2015
13.6 Taskin Ahmed to KJ Coetzer, 4 runs, poor delivery to end the over. Taskin errs in line, drifts onto the pads, Coetzer tickles it fine and beats a desperate dive from Rahim behind the stumps | Mar 4, 2015
13.2 Taskin Ahmed to MW Machan, 4 runs, short delivery which is hooked away through backward square to find the boundary in a hurry | Mar 4, 2015
12.4 Mahmudullah to KJ Coetzer, 4 runs, short now as he picks his spot at backward square to pummel this one slipping away down leg. Bruce Oxenford, who turned 55 today, is lucky that he will live to see his 56th after almost getting decapitated with that | Mar 4, 2015
10.4 Mahmudullah to MW Machan, 6 runs, comes down the track before heaving Mahmudullah high over cow corner for a smooth six into the stands. Just effortless as this sailed away | Mar 4, 2015
9.5 Taskin Ahmed to HJW Gardiner, out, Taskin exults in pure joy as he succeeds in getting Gardiner to slash at this back of a length outside of off, with this landing straight to the man at cover, who is able to take it on the second attempt after bobbli | Mar 4, 2015
8.5 Rubel Hossain to HJW Gardiner, 4 runs, straying down the pads on a fullish length as Hamish, who just manages to get an edge on this as he went for the flick, is able to pickup a boundary through fine leg after Mushfiqur fails to take the chance from | Mar 4, 2015
8.3 Rubel Hossain to HJW Gardiner, 4 runs, short from Rubel and Hamish is able to pull this easily through midwicket to find yet another boundary | Mar 4, 2015
6.4 Mashrafe Mortaza to HJW Gardiner, 4 runs, guilty of bowling a bit too short as Gardiner rocks back to pull this authoritatively through midwicket for a boundary | Mar 4, 2015
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