Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Tim Paine and Warner dance to collect the ball


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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