Sunday, May 02, 2010

Hello, is this radar gun working?

Or is someone smoking crack?

6.6 Kleinveldt to Raina, no run, 101.0 mph, moves away from short of length outside off, Raina tries to punch it on the up but the ball flies through the bat and pad gap

6.5 Kleinveldt to Yuvraj Singh, 1 run, 100.7 mph, on the off stump line, pushed towards mid-off

6.4 Kleinveldt to Yuvraj Singh, 2 runs, 100.0 mph, angling away from Yuvraj who pokes it at with an open face of the bat and the ball runs down to third man

6.3 Kleinveldt to Yuvraj Singh, no run, 100.2 mph, on the off and middle line, defended towards the non striker

6.2 Kleinveldt to Yuvraj Singh, no run, 100.5 mph

6.1 Kleinveldt to Yuvraj Singh, no run, 98.6 mph, short in length on the middle stump line, tapped to the on side

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4 Comments:

OpenID thecricketcouch said...

i think during the game itself, the cricinfo commentators mentioned that there is something wrong with the speed guns.

-Subash

http://thecricketcouch.wordpress.com

2:41 AM  
Anonymous Sapna Gupta said...

Well, yes, it's true. I think ICC should have taken these things under strict monitoring.

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9:26 AM  
Blogger vivek said...

the other day it was , kallis and the rest of fast bowlers bowling at 90 kph!!!!

12:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Harby was shown at 98mph by cricinfo the other day. Ha, ha, ha. I know he bowls flat and fastish sometimes, but really...

5:33 AM  

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