THAT Ball To Andrew Strauss: Shane Warne's 6-46 At Edgbaston 2005 - Full Highlights

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  • Published on:  Thursday, January 4, 2018
  • Find out more at may not have been termed "ball of the century", as was Shane Warne's first ever ball on English soil 12 years earlier. But it was one of the leg spinners most memorable. It pitched way outside off stump and spun two and half feet to bowl Andrew Strauss round his legs. It sparked a superb spell for Warne, and his figures of 6-46 were the best ever for an Australian at Old Trafford.This is the official channel of the ECB. Watch all the latest videos from the England Cricket Team and England and Wales Cricket Board. Including highlights, interviews, features getting you closer to the England team and county players.Subscribe for more: video from the England cricket team, NatWest T20 Blast, Specsavers County Championship and more.To find out more about the ECB visit:
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  • Karthik Singaraju

     10 months ago

    I think its first time an arrow in thumbnail justifies the videoπŸ˜‚

  • Iqbal Ansari

     17 days ago

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  • nadsayyed1

     11 months ago

    Andrew strauss has made 540 accounts to dislike this video.

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     16 days ago

    Now 1.3k Account πŸ˜‚

  • THE Nightmare!!

     1 months ago


  • Prakash Kumbhakar

     2 days ago

    Warne can spin the ball from kashmir to kanniyakumari

  • Sonny

     1 years ago

    Nobody can forget the ball of the century in his entire life

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    @someblokecalleddave1 He was being humble!. Lol

  • Vernon Eatwell

     26 days ago

    @roven 08 flipping hell dude. I can spin a ball that much without hitting a bump or crack. BTW, typical australian cricket making holes in the pitch

  • Eshan Pandey

     2 months ago

    That scenario in EA Cricket 2007 had a separate fan base.

  • I dab on your mother's Face

     22 days ago

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  • Rahul Chhabaria

     11 months ago

    *those memorable days when I was in school, on vacations or holidays I used to change channels from star sports to Espn to neo sports to dd sports and used to Watch all sorts of Cricket especially India....players like Tendulkar, Dravid, Ganguly, Laxman, Kumble, Sehwag, Ponting, McGrath, Warne, Hayden, Gilly, Kallis, Devilliers, Graeme Smith, Sanga, Murli, Jayawardene, Jayasuriya, and other legendary players were not Retired.....I really miss those days when Cricket was really glorious than any other t...

  • Madhu Jayaswal

     22 days ago

    Dude but there was no star sports at that time. It was called star cricket

  • Vipin VipZz

     1 months ago

    @Wordpress Blogging it was there dude, the old red text in the rectangle with a small star logo

  • Pramod Koirala

     24 days ago

    Who is watching brilliant Warne in 2019....

  • Kedar Damale

     8 days ago


  • Jiten Mehta

     1 years ago

    no bowler can produce such a sharp turn except warne

  • r3d3y3si

     17 days ago

    @Vernon Eatwell" that ball didn't turn.... It turned like a fuckin top spinner"Are you fuckin stupid?

  • Hazz Sin

     21 days ago

    Well, if I use sandpaper on the ball I might be able to get the ball to spin just as sharply. Of course, Shane Warne did it without sandpaper. But I could probably recreate it by hiding sandpaper in my undies and roughing up the ball just right. But seriously, what a legend.

  • Varun Perera

     1 years ago

    This has to go down as one of the best bowling performances in a series ever. One man, almost singlehandedly, dragging his side to a series win. What a character, what a player! To this day i have never seen such an epic series as ashes '05.

  • Vernon Eatwell

     26 days ago

    @fwuahowt what year was that, 2015???!!! My mate this was in 2005

  • Vernon Eatwell

     26 days ago

    @DB12 Foundation true, Australia didn't win the '05 ashes

  • vijay karthik hb

     1 years ago

    April fool Andrew staruss