Nasser Hussain explains Matthew Potts' success against right-handers


Aryan Surana

Matthew Potts made an astonishing Test debut, against New Zealand, in the first Test as he snapped up three wickets to break the back of the opposition. The Durham quick came to bowl after veterans Anderson and Broad. He bowled beautifully right from the very beginning and scalped three wickets which included the prized scalp of Kane Williamson. The other two wickets were of Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell. Cricket pundit Nasser Hussain sheds light on the meteoric rise of Potts and why he's been so successful against right-handers in particular.