Joey Rasdien's Five-For

Joey Rasdien's Five-For: 23 February 2015

Joey's Five-For today includes...

1)The amazing thing of this World Cup was that there wasn't really close games between the test playing nations. One team always dominated the other team. And it happened again this weekend where we saw South Africa being dominated. 2) On social networks Wayne Parnell got most of the wrath for his below par bowling performance. 3) I always say don't give the batsman hit me balls. Let them hit the good balls for boundaries. We didn't bowl enough of those where as India did. That actually led to the two run outs. 4) How different would it have been if Amla actually held on to that chance Dhawan offered off Parnell's bowling? Or Aleem Dar not no balling him when it wasn't actually a no ball. Someone somewhere in the world made a lot of money from that dubious call. Not that it made a difference to the game. 5) Protea Problems

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