Shane Warne who is the greatest leg spinner cricket has ever seen has always troubled the world’s best batsmen of his time.

Craig McMillan was one of the very good all-rounders New Zealand ever had as he was a very good batsman and a decent bowler. The New Zealander had certain problems playing Shane Warne earlier as the legendary bowler has got the better of him previously.

As we can see McMillan has taken an odd stance which represents the stance of West Indies legendary player Shivnarine Chanderpaul to overcome the spin of a very skillful Warne. However, when Warne bowled outside the off-stump, McMillan had to adjust himself to work it away for a single down to long-off.

Craig McMillan had been an integral part of New Zealand team since his debut in 1997 as he established into a handy all-rounder in a team of all-rounders during that period. In 197 ODIs he played in this period, he scored 4,707 runs at 28.18 three tons and 28 fifties. He also managed to pick up 49 wickets in ODIs before eventually hanging up his boots in 2007.

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