Malcolm Marshall: One Hand is Enough

In the series against England in 1984, Malcolm Marshall broke his hand in the 3rd Test at Leeds.

He batted with one hand as shown in this clip. He then bowled with a plaster cast on his nonbowling left hand to destroy England with 7-53 to win the test by 8 wickets.

July 1984


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1984 ENG v WIN 3rd Test  

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1984 ENG v WIN  

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Gomes, Larry A   Gooch, Graham A   Marshall, Malcolm D   Gower, David I  

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