Sachin Tendulkar square cuts Nasser Hussain to the boundary


This was the famous 1996 Edgbaston Test when the ball was pocketed by a member of the crowd. Nasser Hussain gamely offered to act as a replacement.

Unfortunately for Hussain, Alan Mullally was unable to make him swing. Sachin Tendulkar consequently doled out punishment. Here we see him deliberately smashing Hussain over backward point.

Allegations that Ronnie Irani lifted Hussain's seam during this innings were unproven.

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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

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Blogger sampath said...

Wheres a post about Muralies 700 and Double centuries of Kuma Sangakkara?.....

9:43 pm  
Anonymous Mahinda said...

They've both been pretty much ignored by the British press, unfortunately. Such is the impact of a series between Bangladesh and SL :-(

Double double centuries it may be, but it wasn't against exactly the world's greatest bowling attack. I'm looking forward to seeing Sanga do the same against the Aussies!

12:19 pm  
Blogger Dan said...

The team is away on holiday in Canadiaaaaa

1:20 pm  
Anonymous Brian said...


Thats the kind of contempt KC holds us in. Like they haven't got the internet in Candida or something. He couldn't possibly interrupt his holiday that he needed soooooooooo much. So well deserved, writing KC must be soooooooooooooooo stressful. The final straw for me. I can't take anymore of this abuse.

5:33 pm  
Anonymous Miriam said...

I am looking forward to Murali overtaking Warne's 708 against the Aussies.

2:32 pm  

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