Australia v England, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day
Ian Chappell, speaking to Andrew Miller, praises James Anderson and Michael Hussey, but criticises the use of the referal system.
35.4 Mashrafe Mortaza to KJ Coetzer, 4 runs, lovely lofted stroke, now over extra-cover, as Coetzer gets into the act, moving him to 94 in the process. Will be looked upon as the anchor while Mommsen looks to blast around him | Mar 5, 2015
35.3 Mashrafe Mortaza to PL Mommsen, (no ball) 6 runs, clears the cow corner boundary with ease as he heaves Mashrafe, who ends up bowling a no ball, over the area with comfortable ease | Mar 5, 2015
32.2 Taskin Ahmed to KJ Coetzer, 4 runs, blazes away a drive on the up through the covers to find four runs | Mar 5, 2015
31.3 Sabbir Rahman to KJ Coetzer, 4 runs, leg-side slanting delivery which is helped with the angle as he deposits this one past backward square to the boundary. Moves him to the top of Scotland's all-time individual score list in World Cups. Passe | Mar 5, 2015
30.6 Mahmudullah to PL Mommsen, 2 runs, another poor delivery from Mahmudullah as Mommsen pulls this one hard to long leg, with the fielder doing well to dive to get to this, but he may have dislocated his right shoulder in the process as he looks to be i | Mar 5, 2015
30.4 Mahmudullah to PL Mommsen, 4 runs, another loose delivery down the leg side which Coetzer is able to manipulate away through long leg as he changes his stance to pull this away in that general direction | Mar 5, 2015
29.6 Taskin Ahmed to PL Mommsen, 4 runs, short of a length, just outside off, as he ramps this over third man to find a useful boundary to end the over | Mar 5, 2015
29.1 Taskin Ahmed to KJ Coetzer, 4 runs, greets Taskin with a slap to this back of a length delivery through extra-cover as this races away to the boundary | Mar 5, 2015
28.3 Rubel Hossain to KJ Coetzer, 4 runs, back of a length and sits up for Coetzer as he belts this through the line to get away a boundary through cow corner | Mar 5, 2015
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