Coming to terms with late onset Anarchism
Bookies won't be taking any £ on December's SPoTY
It also means archer's brilliance on day 1 doesn't go to waste.For me, it's the relegation of the 67 to the annual of shitty wisden stats.
Broads morning, and the innings-in-a-tweet, is still the demolition of this generation.
Of all the cricket genie wishes I'd ever had, I'd of used it today. Just perfect.
This. Stuart Broad."On day one we should have bowled Australia out for 120 to be honest. I apologised to the guys after that. 67 all out is inexcusable, we didn't show any responsibility, we didn't communicate well. It was really poor.
"Then we could have bowled them out for 150 again in the second innings. It's been a sloppy game for us but one man's heroics has bailed us out and now we all have to step it up.
To be fair the one that was out so was so out the umpire wants sacking for missing it.Yeah, that was pretty bad.
As an Australian supporter, though, I'm actually more upset at their use of the review. Anyone can make a one-off fielding mistake like Lyon did, but anyone with a pair of eyes knew that the ball from Cummins pitched at least 6 inches outside leg stump. The bowler must have known; the keeper (and captain!) must have known. And then they have no review an over later when he was caught right in front.
It was amazing. I was criticizing Warner just last week for his fumble fingers in the second test, but he was fantastic in the third. I don't even know how he knew where to dive for that catch to dismiss Root.Have just seen a replay of Warner's catch to remove Root. Bloody hell! What a catch!!!
Yeah, it was pretty bad. I think Wilson's had a pretty awful series at the stumps. In the first tests, a good half-dozen of his decisions were overturned on review.To be fair the one that was out so was so out the umpire wants sacking for missing it.