I think most observers think it was pretty piss weak.
I don't recall too many teams Australia has played against struggling to spend an hour on the field. Especially somewhat conveniently straight after they've bowled. And to the advantage of someone who has come into the game injured in the first place. Yes the over-rate is slow on occasions but at least teams get fined. This sort of stuff gets ignored.
I think most team captains are a little too polite when it comes to substitutions and the like. And Ponting have every right to tell that fat turd and his mate to get off the field and bring up the clumsy attempts by England to slow things down.
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GIMH said Collingwood had since said he regretted not calling the batsman back.
Hmmm, I don't think I was indicating that Collingwood had said "I have no sense of sportmanship', but rather that he admitted he shouldn't have let him walk. Apologies if it was a confusing sentence though.
Last edited by Son Of Coco; 02-10-2009 at 02:37 AM.
No excuse, you underarm-bowling convict
(Note: I completely lost track of where the hyphens should go after the first couple of attempts)
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