Originally Posted by McKanga
Freddie lifted England back into contention when we all thought the required run rate was beyond them, but then stopped. His average means little, he was unproductive when the game was in the balance. The fact that Lewis was stuck there frittering away England's chances was down to Freddie being so determined to hold his wicket when it no longer mattered. You had three wickets in hand.
Those 3 wickets were Lewis, Anderson and Panesar.
Freddie's wicket most definitely mattered with those 3 at the other end.
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