Sri lankan pair set fourth wicket recordDevan
Sri lankan pair set fourth wicket record
England captain Michael Vaughan, England umpires Brian McDermott and Graham Thomas and India bowling coach Pradeep Singh said the record was broken with another superbly performed over from India’s Yuvraj Singh and Michael Clarke.
Kangarri, who has helped India win 17 of their last 20 matches, went on to score an unbeaten five-wicket haul and keep Australia out for the sixth time when he had to bow three overs in six balls from his third innings.
Kangarri has struck seven centuries in 27 matches in India, the most for any player in a Test match in the last 50 years
England captain Michael Vaughan, England umpires Brian McDermott and Graham Thomas and India bowling coach Pradeep Singh said the record was broken
‘It was a good time for him to reach this level,’ Vaughan said. ‘Michael has become one of the pillars of the team for the last few years.
‘He had a little bit of an issue with his ball in the third over and there was a little hesitation, which helped him.
‘I thought he wa우리카지노s really good when he was bowling today, but it shows he needs to do more in the future.
‘This was one of the strongest moments of his career and he came back and played like a champion.
‘I’ve watched him a bit since he won the game, in particular the wickets-to-plays he had today.
‘I think this was his most complete performance. He looked a bit dazed in the first over, but he looked like a batsman.
‘I think he made a difference, especially in the second and in the fourth. We needed him in that second over and he was able to get two threes with the ball. He’s played at a very high level the last few years.
‘He came back a different player today, which was his way to get some rest.’
Rival Ian Bell has hit five centuries, six one-day internationals and 30 five-wicket hauls in 12 Tests since the 2008 World Cup
Bell has hit five centuries in 12 Tests since the 2008 World Cup and has more than doubled the total of all Indian batsmen to reach the 100-match mar