But he didn't actually get wrongly given n\o, dropped or missed stumped, did he?
If so, small slices of luck. Every innings will contain them to some degree.
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Very useful innings from Clarke, has now done it twice in three tests. May be turning the tables.
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The longer he keeps Hodge out of the team, the better.
Great knock from MClarke in the first innings. He's done almost enough to convince me now.
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His knock today was a pretty good one despite him not being in the best of touch, he never looked comfortable through his innings of 62, but the good thing is he hung in there made some very important runs when it really mattered, showed the kind of maturity that one expects to see from the vice-captain and one of the more experienced players of the side, so his knocks in Brisbane, Adelaide and now Perth, probably go onto show that he has matured to realise his responsibility in this side.
Yeah, good until his dismissal. Thought he handled a hostile spell from Morkel pretty well this morning. May not have looked "comfortable", though I'd challenge many blokes without a hook shot to look comfortable facing that stuff.
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