Just ordered crust actually.
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Deadly late in-swing
Imran Khan. When I sat there watching him bowl, I was myself playing active cricket and as is normal one invariably imagined oneself at the crease wondering how the hell one would deal with this live hell. I do not recall feeling anything but a sense of complete helplessness as the Indians faced ball after ball of what appeared like completely unplayable stuff from this master bowler. Even the great Gavaskar was in deep trouble and only Amarnath of all Indian batsmen seemed unperturbed and not made to look like a novice
Last edited by SJS; 28-01-2013 at 04:54 AM.
Swinging Yorkers delivered at great pace
A little bit more obscure, but can we think of the off spinner who had the best arm ball? Dan Vettori and Herath take the cake for me.
I think this is what you are talking of SJS
Rare Video....Imran Khan destroying India 1982-83 Pakistan Vs India Test Cricket Series - YouTube
And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW
Yeah we don't crap in the first world; most of us would actually have no idea what that was emanating from Ajmal's backside. Why isn't it roses and rainbows like what happens here? PEWS's retort to Ganeshran on Daemon's picture depicting Ajmal's excreta
One that straightens
Bowl a series of in-swingers and then one that straightens from a wide angle -- Got Walsh lot of wickets..he was a master at it or do you just bowl one straight?
Speaking of Imran, here is what Jemima his ex-wife tweeted
Old army bloke to me, "I was a great admirer of your father's" Me- gracious smile. "...when he used to walk to the crease..." Me- air punch
Barnes in this match revealed himself once more as one of the most remarkable bowlers that this country has ever produced. He has a positively wonderful command of the leg break.... His great height makes it difficult for the batsman to follow the flight of the ball. He is useful on every kind of wicket, whereas few bowlers of his pace are able to bowl on a sticky wicket. - JACK HOBBS, 'My Cricket Memories' (1924)
Floater ( one of the original earlier version of doosra)..Batsman thinks he is there but he isn't.. Prasanna supposed to be a master of it..
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