Match Thread: Afghanistan v Zimbabwe 1st Test (2nd-6th March)

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Re: Match Thread: Afghanistan v Zimbabwe 1st Test (2nd-6th March)

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Hats off to Sean Williams. Just a few years ago he was the white Hamilton Masakadza. But he's really upped his game of late. Complelely turned his legacy around.
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Re: Match Thread: Afghanistan v Zimbabwe 1st Test (2nd-6th March)

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The commentary combo is really hurting my ears

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Re: Match Thread: Afghanistan v Zimbabwe 1st Test (2nd-6th March)

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:W: Blessing!

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As plumb as you can get
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Re: Match Thread: Afghanistan v Zimbabwe 1st Test (2nd-6th March)

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Our fast bowling has really improved, Nyauchi is looking a different bowler from his last Test match

Ngarava has shown some improvement

And Blessing has just been a blessing to us

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Re: Match Thread: Afghanistan v Zimbabwe 1st Test (2nd-6th March)

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Whilst Burl and Tari have not taken their chance yet. Nyauchi certainly has. This is the kind of series which can buy you goodwill for a couple of years. 15-3. This might even be over today
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:W: Victor again! Delicious inswing.

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What. I don’t get is why Blessing doesn’t kill it domestically
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Re: Match Thread: Afghanistan v Zimbabwe 1st Test (2nd-6th March)

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Makes me think we have been preparing the wrong kind of pitches back home for a while.

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zimlover wrote:
Wed Mar 03, 2021 9:17 am
Our fast bowling has really improved, Nyauchi is looking a different bowler from his last Test match

Ngarava has shown some improvement

And Blessing has just been a blessing to us
Is it improvement or because we are playing weaker and weaker opponents ?
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