Sunday, 21 December 2008

Next over that end, Warnie. Oh.

414-4.

Not as easy without Glenn and Shane, is it. 

9 comments:

achettup said...

This has to be the weakest attack in world cricket. Without Clark they're going to really struggle.

Nice blog btw, swap links?

The Old Batsman said...

Yup, Krezja 1-204 at 4 an over, Lee one wicket in 48 overs - in Perth... doesn't look good.

Cheers for the swap, have put you on the blogroll

achettup said...

Hey just wanted to drop a quick note to tell you I've linked you up on my blog. Visit sometime and drop a comment!

Cheers

Leg Break said...

While I’m enjoying the Aussie crumbling as much as the next tall-poppy hacker, I just which it was a different batting line-up that did it.

AB De Villiers, JP Duminy etc… Why don’t these people go and get some names.


And the sight of a beaming Smith fondling his chin on the balcony turned my stomach.

The Old Batsman said...

Too true LB. Don't know if you saw this post over at Crucket that debated the desire for both sides to lose...

http://crucket.co.nz/2008/12/painful/

Leg Break said...

I certainly did OB; it’s a predicament (preducament?) us Kiwis often find ourselves in.

I found myself cheering for whichever team was behind in that test.

I must say I’m looking forward to the ”Hayden must get the axe” hysteria that is bound to unfold over the next few days.

The Old Batsman said...

May it be a long, slow death...

12th Man said...

Not easy with Ponting at the helm, who can't contibute and attribute the loss to virtually everything on earth.

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