One of South Africa‘s greatest all-rounders, Lance Klusener destroyed Indian batsmen with his dangerous bowling spell on his debut against India in the first test at Kolkata in 1996-97. Who is Tom Westley?

He started with the wicket of Nayan Mongia, caught low in the slip by Daryll Cullinan; four balls later he had Sourav Ganguly caught behind for a duck; while Sachin Tendulkar batted painfully before falling to a bat-pad catch off Pat Symcox for a 25-ball two, VVS Laxman was cleaned up by a scorching Klusener yorker for one. India were 29 for four on the fourth afternoon itself. Joe Root recalls his Test debut for England

Rahul Dravid and Mohammad Azharuddin fought manfully the next morning before Craig McMillan ended Dravid’s 127-ball vigil. Sunil Joshi, batting at seven (definitely one or two places higher than where he should have) edged one off Klusener. The revenge came when his delivery kissed Azhar’s edge and went to McMillan in the slip. Trevor Bayliss chats about his new job