Ashwell Prince, Durban 2011 - SA were in trouble when Prince tried to reverse sweep Herath, only to bottom edge it onto his boot and get caught at slip.
Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?
With the English bid I said: Let us be brief. If you give back the Falkland Islands, which belong to us, you will get my vote. They then became sad and left
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Rejecting 'analysis by checklist' and 'skill absolutism' since December 2009
The winner has to be a first ball duck surely. It's one thing to play a stupid shot once you get your eye in, but doing it first ball is something else. Especially in a situation like Bell was in today.
do we include handled the ball
Oh yeah that was horrible, and now I know what Pup Clarke was referring to. Worthy nomination.
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get ready for a broken ****in' arm
It's Tait 2005. It is that simple.
Adam Hollioake leaving a straight non spinner and being bowled middle stump.
MS Dhoni at Trent Bridge.
You've been pummelled in the first Test, and a great effort from your bowlers and a great partnership has given you a 50 run lead in the 2nd Test. England have just taken the new ball, Dravid's just reached his 2nd ton of the series and they've just got Yuvraj. We're now approaching a crucial part of the match, and possibly the series. The ball is still relatively new, and with the wicket of Yuvraj and just the bowlers to follow you, England have their tails up slightly. Dravid at the other end looks like he could bat all decade without offering a chance.
a) play circumspectly to get your eye in, blunt the new ball and support Dravid at the other end, wearing England down and allow India to push for at least a 100-150 run lead
b) try to drive at full outswingers pitched on off stump and nick off to the slips, thus exposing the bowlers to the new ball and let England back into the match when you had a chance to bury them?
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