A ball that appears to be bowled so as to a#39;breaka#39; or turn in from the leg side but which actually turns in from the off side, the axis of the spin of the ball being changed by dropping the wrist at ... I. 472/2 : The dropping of the wrist is the a#39;sign of the googlya#39;, and is the only indication by which the batsman can tell that it is coming.
|Title||:||The Language of Cricket|
|Author||:||W. J. Lewis|