Like I said, have to get him early.
Short and sweet from Ferguson, England's back-up boys doing a very decent job on a helpful track here. Beauty from Bresnan shaping away from Ferguson, question mark as to what it actually flicked on the way through, but umpire Reiffel thought it was willow.
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Was going to say before the Ferguson wicket how low Smith is batting. He should be at 6 with Paine in the usual spot for a keeper at 7. It's not like Smith can't bat either.
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Was an edge. Didn't realise they had hotspot with them.
Wow. Hot spot shows he did nick it. Great decision from the ump. Fair dos.
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Hotspot shows a nick on the outside edge, good decision from Reiffel.
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Yeah, 250 par. If there's grass on Bellerive, it's pretty tough for batting because it's slow too.
Send offs are one of the most unedifying things in cricket if you're a bowler and you've got the guy out and won the battle just no need. Also the batsman can't chip back at least if you sledge a guy whilst he's still in he can have a go back once he's out he's just gotta walk to the sheds.
In retrospect though Shahad's "that's my boy" was nothing really.
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