18.1 Anderson to Jayasuriya, FOUR, wide and overpitched, dismissively thumped in the air over extra coverPrevious instances blogged about here: Lara v Kaneria, Afridi v Harbhajan and Sarwan v Munaf. The last batsman to hit all six balls of a six ball over for four was Chris Gayle.
18.2 Anderson to Jayasuriya, FOUR, dropped horrible one-day slash, the ball flies high to first slip, Bell gets both hands to it above his head but can't cling on ... that was travelling and Jayasuriya was saved by the fact he hit it so hard
18.3 Anderson to Jayasuriya, FOUR, square drive for four to add to Anderson's annoyance
18.4 Anderson to Jayasuriya, FOUR, pulled through square leg, a much better shot, genuine and timed
18.5 Anderson to Jayasuriya, FOUR, as is that, thumped high over extra cover to bring up his fifty off 62 balls
18.6 Anderson to Jayasuriya, FOUR, he can ... steered down to the vacant third man area, well placed and Anderson shakes his head in disbelief ... he could have had a wicket and instead he has 24 off the over.
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