Pakistan surely has come across many problems, with some of it’s spinners reported for suspect action. Saeed Ajmal, the pillar across whom Pakistan’s bowling revolved was the first and he was followed by Adnan Rasool and Mohd. Hafeez . But , Pakistan since long has somehow managed to produce bowlers and they seems to have found a good leg spinner in Yasir Shah.

He produced a gem of a delivery against David Warner to dismiss him and thus turning the match in Pakistan’s favour. The ball pitched way outside Warner’s off stump andcame back sharply to hit the top of the middle stump. Also, the fact that the delivery came just after a break did cause Warner, who was late at the shot.

Here is the video of the delivery along with the tweet

 

 

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