New Zealand v West Indies, 3rd Test, Hamilton, 2nd day December 20, 2013

Narine threat gives WI advantage

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New Zealand 156 for 3 (Williamson 58, Taylor 56*) trail West Indies 367 (Chanderpaul 122*, Ramdin 107, Southee 4-79) by 211 runs
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McGlashan: West Indies spinners found turn

West Indies threw New Zealand their stiffest challenge of the series in the third and final Test. First, their last two wickets added 60 to stretch the innings to 367. And then, Sunil Narine dealt the home batsmen a serious examination by spin. Narine picked up only two wickets, but he could easily have had more in an unchanged spell of 22-9-43-2. Kane Williamson made a fluent half-century before suddenly turning clueless against Narine. Ross Taylor went past 400 runs for the series with another calming fifty; he also had better fortune than Williamson and managed to survive the day.

Narine and Veerasammy Permaul sent down 45 of the 64 overs New Zealand played, and West Indies are yet to use their two part-time spinners. The pitch remained unhelpful for the fast bowlers, but afforded quick and sharp turn for the slow bowlers.

Taylor and Williamson started quite positively against the spinners from 43 for 2 after New Zealand lost their openers for contrasting knocks. Hamish Rutherford fell to his own premature exuberance and Peter Fulton went in Narine's first over after failing to rotate the strike for an hour and a half. Both wickets owing more to Darren Sammy's excellent catching than the quality of the deliveries.

Sammy first bent low in his follow through to pluck a low catch as Rutherford drove hard in the sixth over. In the 22nd over, he snapped up an extremely sharp reflex chance at backward short leg as Fulton flicked Narine. Fulton batted 71 deliveries to make just 11. While he left well, he also hit deliveries hard and straight to the fielders.

Williamson wasn't free-flowing as well in the company of Fulton, but opened up as Taylor came in. Both batsmen looked to take singles every over against both spinners after Sammy gave way following a spell of 10-5-17-1. They would stretch forward not looking to just smother the spin but to eagerly work the ball into gaps. Anything slightly short outside off was cut and guided for boundaries.

Even initially, though, there were problems. Taylor survived a review for leg-before by West Indies in Narine's second over, and Williamson escaped a few times, uppishly driving Permaul perilously close to fielders. The singles continued to accrue, though, and both batsmen motored towards fifties.

Sammy was moved to bringing back Tino Best for a four-over burst which was wayward but things turned around suddenly after that. Williamson first began to have difficulties against Narine, unable to handle the sharp turn on the offbreaks. He just escaped being bowled twice in succession, and then decided to move outside off stump to try and tackle the spin. He soon played outside the line of an offbreak to be trapped in front, his review going in vain, and the partnership ending on 95.

Narine had sparingly used the carrom ball till then. Now he began ripping them across the right-handers from round the wicket. Brendon McCullum was given three successive such balls when he came in; he missed the first two by a long margin, the third he managed to edge for a single. Taylor was left groping at a few straighter ones as well and New Zealand would have been relieved that most of the drama happened towards the close.

In the morning, Shivnarine Chanderpaul equalled Don Bradman's 29 Test centuries, went past Allan Border's tally of 11174 runs and remained unbeaten for the 45th time in 260 innings. Best and Permaul contributed twenties to push West Indies past 350, a mark that had seemed unimaginable at 86 for 5 on the first afternoon.

New Zealand could have ended the innings on 339, but Fulton dropped Best in the slips off Corey Anderson, another blot on the hosts' catching in this game. Best was on 4 then, and went on to make 25, his innings a mix of typical slogs and unusually sensible batting, before edging a heave to the wicketkeeper off legspinner Ish Sodhi in the 117th over. Permaul clubbed a run-a-ball 20.

The efforts of Nos 10 and 11, along with the indefatigable Chanderpaul, turned around a poor morning start for West Indies. Tim Southee began with his outswingers on target, getting Sammy to nick behind in the sixth over of the day. Sammy blocked his way to 3 off 28, following from his pair in a day in Wellington. But in the second session, he made some amends with his catching and bowling, setting the stage for Narine.

Abhishek Purohit is a sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo

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  • POSTED BY adkum on | December 20, 2013, 4:07 GMT

    Congrats Shiv and Ramdin. You both took WI from a perilous 86-5 to 286-6 with a magnificent team saving partnership which could be a game changer. Shiv keep on doing what you do best - solidify the WI batting - you not only ensure one end is secure but you keep the runs ticking. Wish you continued success in your game. Ramdin your place has been in doubt especially due to your batting failures but with this performance the selectors would be hard pressed not to retain you. Our captain has once again done what he does best - occupy some space, deny a batter or front line bowler a place in the team. I really like Sammy for his spirit and enthusiasm but that is not enough to command a place in the team. Despite his greatest intentions he is not improving on the averages - 21 in batting and 36 in bowling. He should really spill some guts and call it quits.

  • POSTED BY satspeare on | December 21, 2013, 0:00 GMT

    @ jahbert58 this is the exact sort of nonsense that has brought us to our knees over the last decade. we frustrate & put down the guys who are trying and performing in exchange for mediocrity! Shiv has always placed a high price on HIS wicket & thank God he does because our total scores would always be lower than competitive. what's so wrong with wanting to be not out? everyone is selected to perform & while it is true that bowlers are selected to bowl - they have to learn to contribute with the bat also. how then can they do that if they have to constantly be "shielded" from the strike? What is so wrong to endeavor to pass Master Brian Lara? maybe that is just what our younger players who are not as "selfish" as Shiv NEEDS to have- a goal, high hopes and dreams- some ambitions!! not just play as if every game is the "hit & Giggle" version. Wanting to "outdo" Lara is something all our batsmen should be aiming for, but they have to put in the kind of WORK Shiv does!! SHIV - WI'S HERO!

  • POSTED BY android_user on | December 20, 2013, 23:12 GMT

    I really don't know what kind of weak ass thinking sélection panel the wi have when will this change mann s narine and s shilinford should be played in every given test match and w the wi should have two real fast bowlers to back them up this is really getting old and wi cricket is getting know place aslong as we have the same sélection panel what happen to f edwards and j taylor or that of ravi when will this be corrected!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!????????,,,,,

  • POSTED BY espncricinfomobile on | December 20, 2013, 22:54 GMT

    We West Indies know how well Narine performs at the first class level and what de did to New Zealand when they last toured the West Indies. That's why I couldn't understand how Clive Butts et al could leave him out of this tour of New Zealand. He is our best Spinner!!!!!!!!

  • POSTED BY delboy on | December 20, 2013, 22:27 GMT

    @xtrafalgarx all things being relative just perhaps if Chanders had an opportunity to face a West Indies lackluster bowling attack he might have had 60 test centuries???

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 21:35 GMT

    Shiv keep it up since you came in the lime light you have been the back bone for west indies cricket congrats on your 29th test hundred i know you will score a lot more big ones i will like to ask why chanderpaul is not playing one dayers.

  • POSTED BY Cyril_Knight on | December 20, 2013, 21:21 GMT

    If you get the chance, before he retires, please go and watch Chanderpaul. I've had the pleasure twice in the last year and can honestly say, "wow!" His stance is even more pronounced watching from side on as I prefer. He has so much time and a wicked array of scoring shots. Most impressive is his ability to change the pace of his innings. We have all seen this on TV in ODIs many times, but it is greatest in the longest form.

    I only pick players in my all-time XI who I've seen live, and Shiv is for certain in mine at 5. 3 Ponting, 4 Pietersen, 5 Chanderpaul - I'd watch that middle order!

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 20:12 GMT

    "Trapped" you make it sound like Williamson was caught bang to rights. He was a long long way forward, and to give him out with a turning ball was a brave call, and the review only just had it clipping the outside of the stump, a not out call would have been back up as well. If anything that was very unlucky, he was playing beautifully. NZ terrible catching, that has developed under Hesson, is killing an excellent bowling attack

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 18:43 GMT

    Sachin was fighting alone until the fantastic four came to the fore.. but this guy Shiv has fought alone thru out his career.. yes there was Lara the legend but that's it.. WI with this team should have won a lot lot more games.. Pollard is a better batsman temperament wise than a few in their current test Squad.. hope Gayle can come back and probably come down the order so that he doesn't have to face the new ball.. He is not what he was and the vulnerability against a swinging ball is very evident when he bats.. he is too good to be heading back to the pavilion in the first hour of a test match.. I have been longing to see a lethal WI batting line up but it just isn't working.. World Cricket deserves it.. Hope they can find some motivation somewhere somehow..

  • POSTED BY soumyas on | December 20, 2013, 18:24 GMT

    Chanderpaul not out scoring a century and West Indies all out is a common score board I have been watching from long time, what is the problem with other batsmen ? people like gayle score 175 in 50 balls in T20's in IPL and completely look out of touch in test cricket.

  • POSTED BY adkum on | December 20, 2013, 4:07 GMT

    Congrats Shiv and Ramdin. You both took WI from a perilous 86-5 to 286-6 with a magnificent team saving partnership which could be a game changer. Shiv keep on doing what you do best - solidify the WI batting - you not only ensure one end is secure but you keep the runs ticking. Wish you continued success in your game. Ramdin your place has been in doubt especially due to your batting failures but with this performance the selectors would be hard pressed not to retain you. Our captain has once again done what he does best - occupy some space, deny a batter or front line bowler a place in the team. I really like Sammy for his spirit and enthusiasm but that is not enough to command a place in the team. Despite his greatest intentions he is not improving on the averages - 21 in batting and 36 in bowling. He should really spill some guts and call it quits.

  • POSTED BY satspeare on | December 21, 2013, 0:00 GMT

    @ jahbert58 this is the exact sort of nonsense that has brought us to our knees over the last decade. we frustrate & put down the guys who are trying and performing in exchange for mediocrity! Shiv has always placed a high price on HIS wicket & thank God he does because our total scores would always be lower than competitive. what's so wrong with wanting to be not out? everyone is selected to perform & while it is true that bowlers are selected to bowl - they have to learn to contribute with the bat also. how then can they do that if they have to constantly be "shielded" from the strike? What is so wrong to endeavor to pass Master Brian Lara? maybe that is just what our younger players who are not as "selfish" as Shiv NEEDS to have- a goal, high hopes and dreams- some ambitions!! not just play as if every game is the "hit & Giggle" version. Wanting to "outdo" Lara is something all our batsmen should be aiming for, but they have to put in the kind of WORK Shiv does!! SHIV - WI'S HERO!

  • POSTED BY android_user on | December 20, 2013, 23:12 GMT

    I really don't know what kind of weak ass thinking sélection panel the wi have when will this change mann s narine and s shilinford should be played in every given test match and w the wi should have two real fast bowlers to back them up this is really getting old and wi cricket is getting know place aslong as we have the same sélection panel what happen to f edwards and j taylor or that of ravi when will this be corrected!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!????????,,,,,

  • POSTED BY espncricinfomobile on | December 20, 2013, 22:54 GMT

    We West Indies know how well Narine performs at the first class level and what de did to New Zealand when they last toured the West Indies. That's why I couldn't understand how Clive Butts et al could leave him out of this tour of New Zealand. He is our best Spinner!!!!!!!!

  • POSTED BY delboy on | December 20, 2013, 22:27 GMT

    @xtrafalgarx all things being relative just perhaps if Chanders had an opportunity to face a West Indies lackluster bowling attack he might have had 60 test centuries???

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 21:35 GMT

    Shiv keep it up since you came in the lime light you have been the back bone for west indies cricket congrats on your 29th test hundred i know you will score a lot more big ones i will like to ask why chanderpaul is not playing one dayers.

  • POSTED BY Cyril_Knight on | December 20, 2013, 21:21 GMT

    If you get the chance, before he retires, please go and watch Chanderpaul. I've had the pleasure twice in the last year and can honestly say, "wow!" His stance is even more pronounced watching from side on as I prefer. He has so much time and a wicked array of scoring shots. Most impressive is his ability to change the pace of his innings. We have all seen this on TV in ODIs many times, but it is greatest in the longest form.

    I only pick players in my all-time XI who I've seen live, and Shiv is for certain in mine at 5. 3 Ponting, 4 Pietersen, 5 Chanderpaul - I'd watch that middle order!

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 20:12 GMT

    "Trapped" you make it sound like Williamson was caught bang to rights. He was a long long way forward, and to give him out with a turning ball was a brave call, and the review only just had it clipping the outside of the stump, a not out call would have been back up as well. If anything that was very unlucky, he was playing beautifully. NZ terrible catching, that has developed under Hesson, is killing an excellent bowling attack

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 18:43 GMT

    Sachin was fighting alone until the fantastic four came to the fore.. but this guy Shiv has fought alone thru out his career.. yes there was Lara the legend but that's it.. WI with this team should have won a lot lot more games.. Pollard is a better batsman temperament wise than a few in their current test Squad.. hope Gayle can come back and probably come down the order so that he doesn't have to face the new ball.. He is not what he was and the vulnerability against a swinging ball is very evident when he bats.. he is too good to be heading back to the pavilion in the first hour of a test match.. I have been longing to see a lethal WI batting line up but it just isn't working.. World Cricket deserves it.. Hope they can find some motivation somewhere somehow..

  • POSTED BY soumyas on | December 20, 2013, 18:24 GMT

    Chanderpaul not out scoring a century and West Indies all out is a common score board I have been watching from long time, what is the problem with other batsmen ? people like gayle score 175 in 50 balls in T20's in IPL and completely look out of touch in test cricket.

  • POSTED BY Kevy23 on | December 20, 2013, 14:11 GMT

    I think WI needs new selectors, they pick some of the worst sides. I still think Sheldon Cotteral should have been given a chance over Permaul and Deonarine was still in the side and could have bowled as well. I think WI should have included Dwaye Bravo in the Test squad as well.

  • POSTED BY knuckleballtrini on | December 20, 2013, 11:50 GMT

    @Adam Morris-Jenkins. I think you missed sniffleather's point. Ramdin's career avg is only 26 but in the last 18mths since his return to the test team he averages roughly 45 and has scored three centuries. These are better returns than from most of the top order batters. Congrats to the West Indies team for showing some real fight over the last two days. Ravi Rampaul may not be back to full fitness but if he was fit enough to play the ODIs in India then he should have been included on this tour. In these conditions I have no doubt he would have given some substance to the seam 'department'......i hesitate to use the word 'attack'.

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 11:46 GMT

    Look at narine bowling hearing all this talk about he cant bowl in test its a joke, permaul was pick over narine he did not cause the batsmen any problem west indies selectors are a joke and i hope they tell tino best darren sammy narsingh denarine thank you for you service but its time to move on let gabriel and powell go on work an their techniques and bowling they are young they can make a come back, its time for the likes of Johnathan Carter, Kyle carbin, lendle simmons, danza hyatt, Donovan pagan, Nkrumah Bonner, migel cummins, Ronford beaton, bishoo, and give kerion pollards a look in see what he have for test cricket Jerome Taylor is back in jamaica squad hope he turn things around becuase he is surely miss by west indies team he is the best bowler we have next to kemar Roach would be nice to see Edwards over come his injury to give us one more run before he retire.

  • POSTED BY espncricinfomobile on | December 20, 2013, 10:01 GMT

    @sniffleather I don't know what you think ramdins average is now but if you check the stats you will find his average is still as you say once was "mid 20's" and to be precise it's 26

  • POSTED BY DJRNZ on | December 20, 2013, 9:58 GMT

    @kiwicricketnut, couldn't agree more. Fulton just looks out of place and Rutherford is another Craig Spearmen - got all the shots but can't last long enough to apply himself. If only Guptil was as solid in tests as he is in ODI's. I'd give young Latham a go! I would even consider bumping McCullum up to open to make way for Ryder as well. Neither ideal but the two current guys have had their chances. Sure Fulton has had some runs but without those 2 tons against England he just doesn't seem the goods.

  • POSTED BY iceaxe on | December 20, 2013, 9:50 GMT

    Well done WI on delivering a much better game today. I have to admire Chanderpaul - full of class! Congrats on century #29.

    However, I'm looking forward to see how Taylor goes tomorrow. Bring on another century!

  • POSTED BY SNIFFLEATHER on | December 20, 2013, 9:44 GMT

    These repeated comments that "Ramdin has struggled with the bat..." or "Ramdin doesn't score enough runs..." are ridiculous. I wonder how much these posters have studied the statistics, as his test match batting has been very, very good over the last year or so. He has certainly improved from recent years when he averaged around the mid twenties.

  • POSTED BY weasel_zapper on | December 20, 2013, 9:37 GMT

    @hokeypokey surely we should make a decision based on our strengths as opposed to the oppositions? We had them at 80 odd for 5 unfortunately couldn't finish them off for under 200. Well played Ramdin and Chanderpaul though.

    The decision to bowl first isn't looking that great at the moment but I don't think anyone expected the pitch to turn that much on day 5 let alone day 2. It's moreso the variations that Narine has that are getting us into trouble anyway, they just can't pick him and he's all over us

    With Taylor there we still have a chance of getting to and past their score, but it's going to be really tough, and chasing any sort of score is going to be even tougher 4th innings. This is certainly a time where McCullum has to stand up with the bat, but with the way he plays spin i'm not holding my breath.

  • POSTED BY hokeypokey on | December 20, 2013, 7:37 GMT

    Taylor is going so well...mr nz cricket with runs..still trying to work out why we bowled first with the west indies having a full spin attack..bordering on madness.

  • POSTED BY chrismans on | December 20, 2013, 7:14 GMT

    @ Blake Newport totally agree Taylor has been world class for a long while buts he's sublime at the moment. He's averaging higher than most Australian batsmen he'd make most international teams and thats something we don't get to say too often about NZ cricketers. I dont think he gets enough kudos

  • POSTED BY kiwicricketnut on | December 20, 2013, 7:01 GMT

    i'll be spewing if rutherford and fulton are the openers against india, they just havn't got it, very capable but just arn't cutting the mustard, ryder is going to take one of their spots, latham should get the other, i know the selectors are trying to have faith in these guys but surely they can see their faults, enough chances, time for change.

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 6:43 GMT

    @trafalgarx The only one of the players you mention that can really be compared is Clarke, Cook has never batted lower than 3 and Kallis & Ponting spent most of their careers at 3/4. I think you need to also look at their rates of failures as well as their centuries. If you identify a 'failure' as getting out at or below a score of 30 (around 20 less than all their averages), Michael Clarke and Alastair Cooke fail more often than their counterparts. The innings played per score of less than 30 when losing their wicket is as follows: S. Chanderpaul 2.17, J. Kallis 2.16, R. Ponting 2.09, A. Cook 1.95, M. Clarke 1.89. The innings per score of 50 or more follows a similar order: S. Chanderpaul 4.19, R. Ponting 4.63, J. Kallis 4.78, A. Cook 5.26, M. Clarke 6.30. This shows that Chanderpaul, Ponting and Kallis are very consistent contributors whereas Cook and Clarke make big scores but fail often.

  • POSTED BY K_Jan on | December 20, 2013, 5:55 GMT

    Kane williamson should convert his fifties into big hundreds it will boost hopes of kiwis to win matches.

  • POSTED BY jahbert58 on | December 20, 2013, 5:46 GMT

    After what i've seen today there's no reason why Narine was omitted from the team heads should roll. We have the talent in the WI! We just need to put the right management in place Selectors, Coaches, Players etc...Don't see any test matches for 2014 maybe by then we'll come together as 1 unit and form a respectable team so the fans can be proud of again. WI win this 1 for the fans we deserved this after all...

  • POSTED BY rayinto on | December 20, 2013, 5:25 GMT

    For those knocking Chanderpaul for being not out - why don't you pick on the guys that got out? If everybody liked batting like Chanderpaul, West Indies would score 400+ every game. The man can't bat both ends at the same time. This guy gets picked on for not getting out. Ridiculous!

  • POSTED BY android_user on | December 20, 2013, 5:07 GMT

    taylor now averages 418 for the series, he is in seriously good form, a double hundred and a hundred already plus 56* currently, he is one of the best batsmen in the world currently

  • POSTED BY espncricinfomobile on | December 20, 2013, 5:06 GMT

    Well done ! Narine

  • POSTED BY _Cover_Drive on | December 20, 2013, 4:32 GMT

    @xtrafalgarx, Your stats are illogical. Chanderpaul bats 6th and all the other batsmen 2nd or 3rd. Please gather your thoughts before the stats.

  • POSTED BY Mekkayel on | December 20, 2013, 4:13 GMT

    @trafalgarx How many of them scored 29 centuries batting at number 5-6? EXACTLY.

  • POSTED BY xtrafalgarx on | December 20, 2013, 3:55 GMT

    While Chanderpaul is of WI's greatest ever batsmen, 29 hundreds after over 150 tests is not as good as you would have expected. Cook and Clarke have 25 and 26 respectively and have only played 100 tests. Kallis and Ponting have 44 and 41 respectively at 160 odd tests. Haydos had 30 after only 100 odd tests, so not as good as it looks.

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 3:07 GMT

    Congratulation to Shiv Chanderpaul on his 29th test hundred.You have continued to show the world your extreme class.Congratulation also to Dinesh Ramdin who has played a masterly innings.Your stroke play was magnificent.

  • POSTED BY android_user on | December 20, 2013, 2:07 GMT

    lonely ranger in west indies team have saved his team once again.

  • POSTED BY jahbert58 on | December 20, 2013, 1:59 GMT

    WI easily had 400 on the board. Chanderpaul set from yesterday did not take full advantage of play today. Of the 78 runs he faced 61 balls and score 28 runs while the tailenders faced 97 balls score 50 runs. You been known to pad your average it's best play team before 1 self. Once score the fastest century in test cricket. I give you and Ramdin props for yesterday but you miss the opportunity today. I think it's all about passing the GREAT BRIAN LARA average and highest total career run.

  • POSTED BY alesana85 on | December 20, 2013, 1:29 GMT

    NZ need a big score & to make sure they don't have to bat again. Don't like their chances chasing anything substantial on the last day against Narine & Permaul.

  • POSTED BY xtrafalgarx on | December 20, 2013, 0:41 GMT

    I knew Rutherford was going to be a flop, the guy has no idea how to bat well consistently, typical NZ batsman.

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 0:07 GMT

    Super man.... at the age... u are just as good as the best unfortunately you have been with a lil better and more flamboyant.... we still luv u ..shiv man

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 0:07 GMT

    Super man.... at the age... u are just as good as the best unfortunately you have been with a lil better and more flamboyant.... we still luv u ..shiv man

  • POSTED BY xtrafalgarx on | December 20, 2013, 0:41 GMT

    I knew Rutherford was going to be a flop, the guy has no idea how to bat well consistently, typical NZ batsman.

  • POSTED BY alesana85 on | December 20, 2013, 1:29 GMT

    NZ need a big score & to make sure they don't have to bat again. Don't like their chances chasing anything substantial on the last day against Narine & Permaul.

  • POSTED BY jahbert58 on | December 20, 2013, 1:59 GMT

    WI easily had 400 on the board. Chanderpaul set from yesterday did not take full advantage of play today. Of the 78 runs he faced 61 balls and score 28 runs while the tailenders faced 97 balls score 50 runs. You been known to pad your average it's best play team before 1 self. Once score the fastest century in test cricket. I give you and Ramdin props for yesterday but you miss the opportunity today. I think it's all about passing the GREAT BRIAN LARA average and highest total career run.

  • POSTED BY android_user on | December 20, 2013, 2:07 GMT

    lonely ranger in west indies team have saved his team once again.

  • POSTED BY on | December 20, 2013, 3:07 GMT

    Congratulation to Shiv Chanderpaul on his 29th test hundred.You have continued to show the world your extreme class.Congratulation also to Dinesh Ramdin who has played a masterly innings.Your stroke play was magnificent.

  • POSTED BY xtrafalgarx on | December 20, 2013, 3:55 GMT

    While Chanderpaul is of WI's greatest ever batsmen, 29 hundreds after over 150 tests is not as good as you would have expected. Cook and Clarke have 25 and 26 respectively and have only played 100 tests. Kallis and Ponting have 44 and 41 respectively at 160 odd tests. Haydos had 30 after only 100 odd tests, so not as good as it looks.

  • POSTED BY Mekkayel on | December 20, 2013, 4:13 GMT

    @trafalgarx How many of them scored 29 centuries batting at number 5-6? EXACTLY.

  • POSTED BY _Cover_Drive on | December 20, 2013, 4:32 GMT

    @xtrafalgarx, Your stats are illogical. Chanderpaul bats 6th and all the other batsmen 2nd or 3rd. Please gather your thoughts before the stats.

  • POSTED BY espncricinfomobile on | December 20, 2013, 5:06 GMT

    Well done ! Narine