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    Lol. a Saj Mahmood sighting too.

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    That really is disgusting commentary.

    What a ****in wanker.

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    lol @ KP's dismissal

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    Nominate Kevin Pietersen, Ahemdabad 2012

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    I know getting out on the last ball of a day is kinda Clarke's schtick, but has his dismissal by Harmy at the end of day 3 of the 2nd test in 2005 had a mention yet?

    Strolls out of the crease and allows himself to be yorked by a slower ball that he tried to shovel through the leg side.

    Decent nut, but given Oz were 7 down in the 4th innings and still facing a deficit of (IIRC) 99 it must score pretty well on the "match awareness" quotient.

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    There was a famous Gower dismissal in the 1990/91 Ashes. I can't remember which test it was, but he was comfortably set with lunch approaching and decided to give the guy at fine leg some catching practice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    I know getting out on the last ball of a day is kinda Clarke's schtick, but has his dismissal by Harmy at the end of day 3 of the 2nd test in 2005 had a mention yet?

    Strolls out of the crease and allows himself to be yorked by a slower ball that he tried to shovel through the leg side.

    Decent nut, but given Oz were 7 down in the 4th innings and still facing a deficit of (IIRC) 99 it must score pretty well on the "match awareness" quotient.

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    I don't think getting out at a bad time, early in your innings, to a pretty good ball is reason enough to be in this category itbt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    I know getting out on the last ball of a day is kinda Clarke's schtick, but has his dismissal by Harmy at the end of day 3 of the 2nd test in 2005 had a mention yet?

    Strolls out of the crease and allows himself to be yorked by a slower ball that he tried to shovel through the leg side.

    Decent nut, but given Oz were 7 down in the 4th innings and still facing a deficit of (IIRC) 99 it must score pretty well on the "match awareness" quotient.

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    Its not even close imo. He was just outdone by good bowling. Wasn't premeditated or anything. He got a full ball and went to flick it through the legside and didn't realise it was the slower ball. Really don't think it fits the thread.

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    Or what Benchy said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    I just love all kinds of balls.

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    Wasn't early in his innings. Was on 30 at the time. Him & Warne had moved Oz from 137/7 to 175/7 and it was the last ball of the day.

    Still a brain fade, IMHO.

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    He tried to clip a ball on the stumps through the legside.

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