Jonathan Trott: Great batsman? Yep. Great at running Australian openers out? Yep. Great bowler? HELL YES.
Batting at number three is basically the same as opening, right? Especially if the walking wicket of Alastair Cook is above you in the order.
The cricket is threatening to ruin a good old fashioned slanging match.
An aging group trying in vain to recapture past glories. But do we mean England’s batsmen or the Manics?
Remember the 2009 Ashes? We remembered some bits of it, but then luckily we were allowed to look at the scorecards before writing 2,000 words about it.
1 Comment | July 2, 2013 | Nichael Bluth
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England’s top order just can’t catch a break, but this is why all their critics are imbeciles of the highest order.
New Zealand dominate England again.
What happened today at Lord’s? Quite a lot, actually.
In keeping with a spectacular week, Brendon McCullum didn’t bother to do any sort of homework on the Wellington wicket and promptly spent the entire day being ruthlessly bored to tears as punishment for his sins.
A slow but ultimately very good game of one-day cricket.