even my bowling is better than wilsons! :P
MoxPearl said:even my bowling is better than wilsons! :P
I doubt Franklin, Bulter or who ever would of bowled better on that pitch, also the other fast bowlers didn't bowl much better.Fiery said:Tuffey must be hanging onto his place in the side by the skin of his teeth now after that performance. The standard 1st over wicket then rested on his laurels for the rest of the innings.
I'm in no position to comment on the majority of the game as I was only able to catch the last two overs but the umpiring from the limited cricket I did see was terrible. Bowden cancels out the run for Hussey running down the pitch for a second or two, but the Aussie batsman made an effort to get of the pitch and I certainly don't think it was intentional. Then Alem Dar calls Tuffey for a delivery that must've shaved the leg stump after Hogg has made a huge leap to leave his stumps wide open.Fiery said:Another woeful call this time from Dar who calls a wide when the batsman walked to point and the ball scraped the leg stump
It's not just this performance if you take into account the woeful bowling display he dished up in the Twenty20 match. I feel he needs a few matches to settle in though, however if he stills looks at sea then I can't see Goldie keeping out the likes of Andre Adams, Ian Butler, James Franklin or even another batting option.Blaze said:This is typical. Everyone is jumping all over Wilson after one performance. You can't expect a guy to come in and play his first ODI for 12 years against arguabley the best ODI side ever the game has seen on a deck as flat as a pancake and the boundaries as small as you see on junior cricket and with the Aussies having plenty of wickets in hand so basically having a free licence to hit and expect him to perform miracles. It would be very harsh and hypicritical of the NZ selectors if he got dropped after one game.