Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Innings break.

Sreesanth to Panesar, OUT, finally the breakthrough! full on the stumps, bowled from round the wicket, Panesar plays down the wrong line and the ball hits the pad on the full, loud appeal and up goes the finger

MS Panesar lbw b Sreesanth 9 (66m 43b 1x4 0x6) SR: 20.93

Sreesanth to Panesar, no run, forced away off the back-foot to point
Sreesanth to Panesar, no run, defended
Sreesanth to Panesar, no run, another short ball, same result
Sreesanth to Panesar, no run, short ball outside the off stump, ducks under it
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