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Old February 25, 2005, 08:13 PM
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Default What an Over!

U MUST READ IT FROM THE BOTTOM TO ENJOY IT

0.6 Tuffey to Gilchrist, no run, left alone outside the off stump,
finally the end!
0.5 Tuffey to Gilchrist, no run, short of a good length delivery
outside the off stump, bit of away movement, Gilchrist goes after
it and gets beaten
0.4 Tuffey to Gilchrist, no run, short of a good length delivery on the
middle and off, defended on the back foot
0.3 Tuffey to Gilchrist, no run, defended to the leg side
0.3 Tuffey to Gilchrist, wide: no run, believe it or not! again way
down the leg side
0.2 Tuffey to Gilchrist, no run, on the middle and leg, played away on
the leg side
0.2 Tuffey to Gilchrist, wide: no run, the ghost is still there! way
outside the off stump on this occasion, Aleem Dar getting a real
work out here
0.1 Tuffey to Gilchrist, FOUR, finally a legal ball! good length
outside the off stump, driven away to the cover fence
0.1 Tuffey to Gilchrist, wide: no run, oh dear! another wide, again way
down the leg side, Tuffey is bowling himself into history!
0.1 Tuffey to Gilchrist, wide: no run, not a no-ball but a wide this
time, horror start
0.1 Tuffey to Gilchrist, (noball) no run, oh dear! four in a row, was
way down the leg side, would have been a wide if not a no-ball
0.1 Tuffey to Gilchrist, (noball) no run, Tuffey struggling here! good
length delivery on the middle and off, pushed to the backward
point region
0.1 Tuffey to Gilchrist, (noball) no run, again overstepping
0.1 Tuffey to Gilchrist, (noball) FOUR, in the slot outside the off
stump, driven away to the cover fence, perfect start



cricinfo commentry of NZ-AUS 3rd match. i had a good laugh reading it.

Edited on, February 26, 2005, 1:14 AM GMT, by AgentSmith.
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Old February 25, 2005, 08:39 PM
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must be an historic over...

i forgot...the first over in bangladesh vs. srilanka in world cup where vass took 3 or 4 wicket was equally historic
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Old February 25, 2005, 08:43 PM
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is there any audio link you guys know about ?

The known one is not working...the guy's PC is crashed.
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Old February 25, 2005, 10:08 PM
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Wow! Never seen such a bad over!
Tuffey now is a candidate for Ripley's believe it or not!
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Old February 25, 2005, 10:24 PM
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ABC Radio are covering it in Australia....maybe they're doing it internationally over the internet again. 15 runs off 1 ball, what a start
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Old February 26, 2005, 12:06 AM
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But nothing beats this:
BD vs PAK Asia Cup 2004
This is ODI world record of longest over :P

Quote:


two slips and a gully in place
2.1 Mohammad Sami to Habibul Bashar, wide: no run, down the leg side
2.1 Mohammad Sami to Habibul Bashar, FOUR, fraction short outside the
off stump, Bashar slashes hard and gets a thick edge just past the
gully fielder, mis-field in the deep by Abdul Razzaq costs
Pakistan three runs
2.2 Mohammad Sami to Habibul Bashar, two runs
2.3 Mohammad Sami to Habibul Bashar, (noball) no run
2.3 Mohammad Sami to Habibul Bashar, wide: no run
2.3 Mohammad Sami to Habibul Bashar, (noball) one run
2.3 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, no run
2.4 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, wide: no run
2.4 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, wide: no run
2.4 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, no run
2.5 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, wide: no run
2.5 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, (noball) no run
2.5 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, wide: no run
2.5 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, wide: no run
2.5 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, (noball) no run
2.5 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, no run
2.6 Mohammad Sami to Rajin Saleh, FOUR

End of over 3 (22 runs) Bangladesh 30/1 (RR: 10.00)
Mohammad Sami 2-1-22-1 (7w 4nb) - Khettarama End
Rajin Saleh 5* (10b 1x4) Habibul Bashar 8* (7b 1x4)
Edited on, February 26, 2005, 5:10 AM GMT, by nasif.
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Old February 26, 2005, 01:00 AM
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yeah, this is the longest over. but what makes the current one unique is the write up by the CI guy. apparantly, he was scared that if he writes a no/wide again, people will think he is kidding or high on something.
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Old February 26, 2005, 03:01 AM
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both the marshall's were run out by symonds.
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Old February 26, 2005, 03:49 AM
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In consecutive overs, Symonds is an awesome allround player
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Old February 26, 2005, 04:50 PM
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They sure love to bowl!!!
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Old February 26, 2005, 06:57 PM
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sami n tuffey are of the same breed! Good bowlers, great historical tid-bit maker!
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Old February 27, 2005, 10:57 AM
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Sami looked shattered... lol.

I was watching the game then (BD-Pak) and at a time... I was really confused if Sami can ultimately end the over or not!!

By the way.. I think no BD bowler has a horrible record like this yet... and guess what... many of the Worst Records in cricket history r made by hugely stronger sides than BD!
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Old February 27, 2005, 05:03 PM
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crickethorizon, U GOT IT!!!
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Old February 27, 2005, 05:05 PM
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Quote:
Originally posted by crickethorizon
Sami looked shattered... lol.

I was watching the game then (BD-Pak) and at a time... I was really confused if Sami can ultimately end the over or not!!

By the way.. I think no BD bowler has a horrible record like this yet... and guess what... many of the Worst Records in cricket history r made by hugely stronger sides than BD!

hehe...stupid me...i was watching too and i started believing that bangladesh would be able to cut loose after that over...

of course i got a slap in the butt right in the next over
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Old February 27, 2005, 05:06 PM
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many of the Worst Records in cricket history r made by hugely stronger sides than BD!
thats becuase we havent played much. give us time - we'll beat australia on a good day and also get all out on 20 on a bad day.
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Old February 27, 2005, 05:27 PM
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ahhh......

I remember Sami's over. Felt sorry for that guy
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Old February 28, 2005, 07:17 AM
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Yeah that was a good over Samis. I was watching it on cricinfo. I had a laugh. poor bloke.
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Old March 12, 2005, 04:48 AM
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guys..how about this one 0444664614106666600401

all in a single over.

just read it in crapinfo .

the prolific ( ! )bowler was named Bert vance
he gave away just 77 runs on that fateful over .



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Old March 12, 2005, 08:57 AM
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Yes but i think a lot of it was done pourposly so that they got their opponent aggressive and more vurnable to getting out.
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Old March 12, 2005, 03:25 PM
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yeah- the longest over was of 22 balls- i can't recollect the bowlers name or the teams. But this was officially the longest over ever.
I heard about one final over where Jony Rhodes was batting against Snell of SA- this was probably around 1990-1992 period, where 12 runs were required off the last ball..........Snell bowled a no-ball which was hit for six and then the second time was also hit for six!
is that amazing, or is that amazing?!!!!!!
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Old March 12, 2005, 08:22 PM
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The 77-run over
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Old March 12, 2005, 10:18 PM
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That is truly amazing.

The 77 run over is the most runs in a first class match. The test record is less.
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Old March 13, 2005, 02:31 AM
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do not forget about the india pakistan match
when india went to a tour of pakistan last year in one of the ODIs.....
It was naveed-ul-hasan Rana's ODI debut. He concede i think 20 odd runs without bowling a ball....the batsman.obviously Shewag...
guess what happened later in that game.Naveed got shewag out!!
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Old March 19, 2005, 12:23 AM
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Quote:
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Yes but i think a lot of it was done pourposly so that they got their opponent aggressive and more vurnable to getting out.
You're kidding, right?
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