- As featured in The Independent.
"Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
- The Guardian's Andrew Anthony
Tait is mid 130s to 162 as well
My that's ordinary cricket. Butt got nowhere near the attempted pull and just spoons it up.
Tait giving lie to the "slow tracks" theory. Banging 'em in and they're flying thru.
Another wicket for Tait @ 135 - he bowls faster than that left-handed
We're not getting speed gun measurements up here...
Probably a good thing if the speed guns are being that erratic.
Johnson comes on and picks up a wicket straight away. Don't see Pakistan chasing this one down.
The March to the pavilion begins
Fastest gun in town
Hafeez picks Hussey out perfectly. 34/3. Pakistan'll be lucky to make 100 at this rate.
Difference in fielding between the sides is marked too. To 'Strayla's credit and Pakistan's shame.
Johnson's wicket was timed at 64.8mph. Definitely a good thing we've not got the speed-gun showing on screen.
Haha, reminds me of the time the New Zealand commentators were talking about how Chris Martin had lost a bit of pace over the winter and suggested everyone keep an eye on the radar, only for Martin's first ball to be recorded at 1km/hr. Lost pace indeed!
What a catch from the Policeman. So nonchalant, awesome stuff.
Oz obviously trying to get the rubbish part-time spin out of the way before Boom Boom comes in
Clarke's great game continuing
Smith picks one up. Someone fortunate catch for Hussey, almost spilled it. Dire shot from Akmal too; Pakistan relying on a once-in-a-blue-moon Shahid Afridi special here.
Oz continue to throw Smith to the wolves
I know the kid has talent but, from a match perspective, now is not the time to bowl him to Afridi
Leave the "experience" to other matches IMO
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