Langer haunted by Ntini delivery

Justin Langer has admited that he has been haunted by the blow to the head he suffered from Makhaya Ntini in South Africa earlier this year.

Langer was left blooided and concussed in hospital, and says it will remain in his thoughts when he heads out to bat in the Ashes later this year.

Langer has claimed he has returned to full confidence with the bat however after a superb brief spell in English country cricket where he scored a career best 342 for Somerset.

The first Ashes Test starts on 23rd November at The Gabba in Brisbane.

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