Don't see what you're all complaining about. We won, didn't we? ()
You don't see what we're all complaining about?
You've contradicted yourself in terms there!
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Adelaide was a fine test match, definitely the highlight. Will also hold fond memories of Ponting's first day century, and Warne's 700th in Melbourne.
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But the cold leaves you clear while the heat leaves a haze
Ditto, with the exception of the last day at Adelaide.
Eh... and what about Collingwood's double-century and Panesar's every wicket at Perth... eh, guys...
Loved every ball of it
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Flintoff was so pumped when he got Matthew Hayden out, it all went downhill from there basically.
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It had been going downhill since the moment Hoggard failed to dismiss Hayden with the 1st ball he bowled at him IMO...
Has there ever been a more symbolic moment/omen for a series than Harmison's first ball?
Especially when you compare it to the series before.
If you fast-forward to the 2nd innings and the 2nd over you could argue that there was one in 2001.
(The dropped catch which Ward dropped off Hayden summed-up England in that series)
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