New Zealand identify key difference between England and Australia

Last week New Zealand were playing Australia. They lost early wickets, but their number six batsman rallied them and they topped 200. When bowling, they took a couple of early wickets, but Australia came back at them and won the game.

Today, New Zealand were playing England. They lost early wickets, but their number six batsman rallied them and they topped 200. When bowling, they took a couple of early wickets. This time it was England though and pretty soon New Zealand had not only won the game, but secured the bonus point awarded for drubbings.

Now it's true that New Zealand missed a number of decent chances against Australia that arguably cost them the game. On the other hand, who's surprised that England didn't mount a rearguard action?

That's our new wish for the remainder of the one-day series. We want England to produce a rearguard action. And a big score. And an individual hundred. And a partnership. And another win.

Maybe we should have used 'or' instead of 'and'.

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Tuesday, May 01, 2012


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1 Comments:

Blogger omar said...

This has got to be the most demoralizing tour for England as far as I can remember....

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