****s getting you run out because they're too thick to respond to your calls is pretty shocking too
I imagine being stumped off a wide would be pretty embarrassing.
A former teammate had a tendency to get bowled when he left the ball. Did it at a crucial juncture of a final.
In a muck around school game, I was dismissed for a pair having only faced 1 ball, and not being out. First ball of the game was one of the non-striker run-outs - despite me never leaving the crease, and the next ball I faced resulted in me depositing a beamer into the hands of mid on.
Being stumped off a fast bowler isn't fun.
I hate it when i miss a inswinging ball and it goes on to hit the stumps from bwteen my bat and pads
"Yes, No, Wait, Oh ****, sorry............that'll teach you not to flirt with my girlfriend you prick...."
Devillier has the ability to show ball the right path, there are two ways to do so, 1. form where the ball is coming, 2 where the ball is going to
Amla can just hit the ball harder with the use of timing and strock
Devilliers is younger so he will learn with the passage of time
Devilliers plays in all the situations and conditons while all amla is a powerplay player
So Devillieris can be said as better
My worst was chopping down on a yorker first ball of the match, playing it into my foot and having it bounce back onto the stumps. Bastard of a way to get out.
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