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and the match is over the usual crowd rushing into the ground that is it. the game is over Match State: West Indies won by 8 wickets

10.1
4
Blain to Chanderpaul, FOUR runs, wide outside the off, lofted over extra covers
10.1
1nb
Blain to Chanderpaul, 1 no ball, so wide outside the off, if it were not ball the noball call, it would have been a wide

END OF OVER:
10 | 17 Runs | WI: 65/2 (4 runs required from 39.5 overs, RR: 6.50, RRR: 0.10)

  • BC Lara25 (17b)
  • S Chanderpaul26 (28b)
  • GM Hamilton1-0-17-0
  • JAR Blain5-0-31-2

that ball went soaring over hospitality tent, into the car park new ball being selected as we lost the previous ball

9.6
6
Hamilton to Lara, SIX runs, right on the slot, launches into the ball, takes it way over long on!
9.5
2
Hamilton to Lara, 2 runs, well pitched up. mistimed but lara goes for the shot anyway, over midoff
9.4
4
Hamilton to Lara, FOUR runs, slightly short, pulled over midon

now, that is better batting. no need to slog. he could play proper cricketing shots like this

9.3
4
Hamilton to Lara, FOUR runs, a better shot now! played neatly between cover and midoff

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