ahahahah you stupid moron dick
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Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
Too quick that was, Rudolph was seriously hurried there.
directed at top cat obv but hey the batsman can be called it too
Commentator implying that McGrath wasn't a strike bowler. Oh dear.
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What a waste from Rudolph, played a beautiful back foot punch the ball before, then tried pulling a quick delivery that was on him far sooner than he imagined. He has to be beating himself up in the change room after that.
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That looked close
McGrath's big strength was being able to bowl in Boycott's corridor of uncertainty and move it just enough so the batsmen weren't able to ever fully trust a leave. We hardly ever saw McGrath getting frustrated and end up aiming at the pegs. Ironic, really, as he was one of the great cricketing malcontents, chuntering at the injustice of it all back to every mark.
Anyway, what sort of total would our Australian readers be comfortable their chaps chasing?
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