[WATCH VIDEO] – When Brett Lee’s vicious bouncer almost gave Shivnarine Chanderpaul a Scary experience

Test specialist Shivnarine Chanderpaul remained the torch-bearer of the West Indies team throughout his iconic red-ball career in the international arena.

When the mighty Australian cricket team toured the Caribbean in 2008, Chanderpaul was at the forefront of the Windies’ batting lineup as the veteran batsman turned out to be the highest scorer in the bilateral series between the West Indies and the Baggy Greens.

Chanderpaul also shared an intense rivalry with pace ace Brett Lee and the premier batsman almost experienced a Scary experience at the pitch!

The West Indies batting icon took a nasty blow at the back of his head in the 1st Test of the bilateral series at Kingston.

Lee had bowled a vicious bouncer which Chanderpaul tried to duck although the ball struck him at the back of the head.

Yes, Chanderpaul was shot down by the menacing delivery bowled by the Australian fast bowler at the time.

Chanderpaul was batting on 86 and the hosts were 276 for 8 when the incident happened on Day 3 of the 1st Test at Kingston. Watch the video here,

Australian pacer Stuart Clark bagged a memorable five-wicket haul as Australia bowl out West Indies for 191 to win the match by 95 runs.

Chanderpaul smashed 442 runs in the three-Test rubber although Australia claimed the series with a 2-0 margin at the time.

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