outswinger


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outswinger

(ˈaʊtˌswɪŋə)
n
1. (Cricket) cricket a ball bowled so as to move from leg to off through the air
2. (Soccer) soccer a ball kicked, esp from a corner, so as to move through the air in a curve away from the goal or the centre
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The Surrey batsman lasted just three balls in the first innings at Lord's before nicking a good outswinger to wicketkeeper Tim Paine and, having played out a maiden from Hazlewood first up at Headingley, then thumped him for four but nicked to slip three balls later to spark England's first-innings collapse to 67 all out.
Late outswinger from a length in the corridor, a nervous poke from Mahmudullah 8.5 Malinga to Mahmudullah, no run, squared up but just enough bat to survive.
Matt Henry got the in-form Jason Roy to edge his outswinger and ended his 20-ball stay for 17 runs.
In his next over, Finn persuaded Owen Morgan to edge an outswinger into the gloves of John Simpson for a duck, reducing Glamorgan to 118 for five.
'Keeping in view the sort of pace and action which he currently has it seems to me that (soon) he will start bowling outswinger,' Waqar said while commenting upon Hassan Ali's bowling after the first T20 match of the three-match series against New Zealand at Abu Dhabi Cricket Stadium in UAE on Wednesday.
"Keeping in view the sort of pace and action which he currently has it seems to me that (soon) he will start bowling outswinger," Waqar said while commenting upon Hassan Ali's bowling after the first T20 match of the three-match series against New Zealand at Abu Dhabi Cricket Stadium in UAE on Wednesday.
But he fell for 20 when, squared up by Sharma's superb outswinger from around the wicket, he edged to Ajinkya Rahane in the gully.
a ball with the seam pointing towards the slips will swing INTO the batsman (what should be an outswinger becomes an inswinger.
You get a real sense of achievement from a blistering drive or an unplayable outswinger, and the fielding system is more fun and less random.
Bragg shuffled across his stumps and was out leg before to Harry Gurney for 30, before Rudolph, who faced 57 balls, hitting just the one four, nicked an outswinger from Brett Hutton to the stand in wicketkeeper Riki Wessels for 14.
After Plunkett edged a Rikki Clarke outswinger, Rashid found another punchy partner in Patterson.
He had just five to his name when Ben Stokes found the edge with a lovely outswinger, but Bairstow dived in vain across Alastair Cook, who faltered at slip.