Originally Posted by Mike5181
I don't see how it's the worst comeback ever. Had he seen the game, he would have known the first 20 overs or so of our innings was the most challenging period of play for our batsmen. By the time Brownlie got to the crease, South Africa had started to bowl a little wayward, and it didn't look they did much research on him because they kept feeding his back foot strength. Anyway, I'm reasonably happy with the days play. Hopefully these two can form a decent partnership, and chip away at that lead. I'd be happy with them just batting again actually. You'd think South Africa will be on their game, and won't let as many chances go as they did yesterday though.
You could have just said that. It's becoming a gripe of mine because lately every **** and their dog is pulling out some variation of you obviously don't watch cricket.
And yeah the test is going to end tonight, but I hope I'm wrong.