One of the 10 windows of Yasir Shah against New Zealand looked very similar to the famous "Ball of Gatting" of Shane Warne.
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The 32-year-old went 8-41 when New Zealand slid from 1-61 to 90 in the first innings, before adding both leathers when the Black Caps finished the third day 2-131 after, still 197 behind.
His third scalp in the first innings was the absolute beauty of a ball that completely surprised Ross Taylor.
The perfect leg rest slid into Taylor's pads, crouching down before breaking her outer edge and rocking on the stump.
The delivery seemed very similar to Warnie's "ball of the century", and had admirers in absolute ecstasy.
Yasir Shah in the dismissal of Ross Taylor produced a delivery peach that threw in the middle and the stump line and passed Taylor's bat to hit the stump, which reminded of the dream delivery that Shane Warne had released to Mike Gatting, the Golden Ball of that year.
– Ram (@ ram574) November 26, 2018
– Bihan Sengupta (@ BihanSengupta91) November 26, 2018
If it went through the legs, it would only be legs, yasir shah would have been the legged king next to Shane Warne. Try to see. He does not have the right mistake, usually he is throwing a big spin wheel for a change. His action does not allow him to obtain that. #PAKvNZ
– Abdul Majeed (@ immajeed6) November 26, 2018
Ten windows in one day. Yasir Shah is a machine 🔥 – Shane Warne-esque
– Billy بلال (@ BilalAsif_11) November 26, 2018
In response to Pakistan's 5-418, New Zealand put 50 lossless on their first shot before Yasir eliminated Jeet Raval for his first scalp.
But it was her magnificent three-window maid who unleashed the collapse as she represented Tom Latham, Taylor and Henry Nicholls in the 28th.
Soon they went 8-72 when Hasan Ali and Yasir combined to finish BJ Watling in the 30th, Hasan caught Colin De Grandhomme LBW in the next before Ish Sodhi and Neil Wagner fell to Yasir in the 34th.
Number three, Kane Williamson, remained undefeated at 28, but Yasir soon cleared his tail and then hit seven balls in his first spell of the second chance for Raval to stay with two.
Yasir claimed his tenth window of the day when he broke a 56-race streak between Williamson and Latham, the first one proved to have been left behind after a DRS review, but Taylor (48 outside) combined with Latham (44th) for an undefeated 65 -play the association for the stumps.
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