cut shot


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cut shot

[′kət ‚shät]
(mining engineering)
A shot designed to bring down coal which has been sheared or opened on one side.
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Shahid finally dismissed him when Younus, who hit 11 fours and three sixes in his knock, sliced a cut shot straight to the gully fielder.
James McPake 6 Return from spell on sidelines was cut shot when he went off injured.
Kamran plays cut shot very well and any batsman who can cut the ball can survive on Australian wickets while Shoaib Malik will also be a great choice because he is playing cricket in Australia for a while" he explained.
You must realise that such an incident has happened after 52 years -- it's an accident," said Nari Contractor, the former Indian captain whose career was brutally cut shot by a bouncer during their West Indies tour of 1962.
But Bell withdrew his bat too late from an attempted cut shot off Sharma and feathered a catch through to India captain and wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Sangakkara became Moeen Ali's maiden Test wicket via a tired cut shot to terminate a stand with the tourists' captain Angelo Mathews.
When Lyon's fourth ball took a bit of bounce off the wicket, Cook failed to properly execute his cut shot and the ball flew into the safe hands of David Warner at point.
The batsmen didn't employ a single cut shot against the Railways pace trio's persistent short- of- a- length bowling outside the off stump, only getting the ball off the square when the bowlers drifted down the pads.
David Warner scored 29, played with freedom, perhaps too much, before getting out chipping a cut shot in the air.
Robin Uthappa (31, 35b, 2x4) got himself a decent start, but failed to capitalize, hitting a cut shot straight to Gambhir off Iqbal Abdulla (two for 26).
BIG HIT: England batsman Luke Wright plays a cut shot during the ICC Twenty20 Cricket World Cup defeat of New Zealand.