'We've worked New Zealand batsmen out' - Deonarine

'We've worked New Zealand batsmen out' - Deonarine

Auckland : New Zealand | Aug 05, 2012 at 2:13 AM PDT
Source: CricInfo
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All the pre-series talk was about the off spinner from Trinidad who was going to run circles around the New Zealand batsmen; no one could have predicted that it would be Narsingh Deonarine who would be dealing the decisive blows. In a spell that stretched from the end of day two to the post lunch... FULL ARTICLE AT CricInfo
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