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Swann will get towelled here. And he plainly chucks
Thought Steyn's tour here for SA was the best by a visiting paceman since the halcyon days of the Windies tbh. He was fantastic.
And Corrin's a ****.
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I can't help thinking that Swann must be every bit as mystified by his explosion onto the world cricket scene at about the age of 30 as the rest of us are. His emergence has been quite incredible. He's a seriously good bowler, a seriously good tailender and a seriously good - well, pretty good - fielder. WAG.
I just love watching Steyn bowl. The batsman know, the fielders know, everyone knows it's going to be a fast swinging delivery pitching on off. He simply executes it so well and keeps running through top orders. He has reduced fast bowling to it's most fundamental basics and is enjoying so much success.
Swann all the way...this guy is a genius..and i have a feeling he is only starting to become a great..
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Steyn is absolutely fantastic. Easily the best bowler in the world right now in tests. The others who can compete either have fitness issues or are cheats. :s
Swann looks a pretty good bowler IMO but I think he still has a few things left to prove.
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The three clean bowleds Swann got on Wednesday night were fantastic. The guy is just so good to watch.
This time last year oeople were arguing Hauritz as a better bowler, just seems that after a meh Ashes he has gone from strength to strength
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Thought the thread title said Dane Swan and nearly threw up.
Rest In Peace Craigos
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