Tim Paine and Warner dance to collect the ball

Tim Paine and Warner dance to collect the ball

Tim Paine and Warner dance to collect the ball (Pic Source : Twitter)

The final Ashes test between England versus Australia currently is in progress. England have batted first and scores 294 runs. Jos Buttler and Joe Root scored a half-century for them. During the England inning, Pat Cummins bowled a delivery and ball went towards wicket-keeper Tim Paine and Warner. David Warner and Tim Paine collect the ball after four attempts.

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Steve Smith again becomes a nightmare for England. Mitchell Marsh has made a comeback in the Australian team after a long time and plays well in the ongoing Ashes test.

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Most of Australia hate me: Mitchell Marsh

“Most of Australia hate me,” he joked in the press conference.”Australians are passionate; they love their cricket; they want people to do well. There’s no doubt that I’ve had a lot of opportunity at Test level and I haven’t quite nailed it, but hopefully, they can respect me for the fact I keep coming back, I love playing for Australia, I love wearing the baggy green cap. I keep trying; hopefully, I win them over one day.

“I wanted to come here and have a positive influence on this group, and I think I’ve done that running the drinks and I just waited for my opportunity. I don’t necessarily eat that bad; I’m just a big eater, so I probably cut down my portion sizes a fair bit. There’s no secret JL’s certainly challenged me from a fitness perspective, he wanted me to get fitter and stronger, and over the last six months, I’ve put everything I’ve had into it.

“I’ve certainly changed my lifestyle a little bit, I’m waking up every day trying to be the best cricketer I can be, and today was a good reward for that, but it’s one day of a Test match. It wasn’t terrible, but my body likes to put on weight easily, and my mum loves to feed me, so I haven’t had as many roasts at home the last six months, but it hasn’t been that hard. I love playing for Australia, I just love it, and I want to keep doing it, so I’ll keep working my arse off.”

“I wasn’t making runs – if you bat No. 4 for Australia you need to make runs,” Marsh said. “Last year was a range of stuff, a few things in my personal life. I lost a close friend to suicide at the start of the summer, and when things like that happen, I didn’t handle it as well as I could have, and that transitioned into my cricket at times as well. I understand everyone goes through tough periods in their life, but I certainly didn’t handle it as best I could.

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