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Discussion in 'Cricket' started by BhoysFC1995, Sep 6, 2005.
Day 2 video highlights:
Oops. Talk about sleeping. Ive just got out of bed and missed almost the whole day
From what I can tell we are struggling. Fingers crossed though, lord we've gotta keep the faith.
And RAIN! YAS! \o/
off they go...........
Langer just crept past 100 off like, over 3000 balls or something
what's the forecast for tomorrow?
judging by how australia bowled in the first innings and the fact that the pitch has probably deteriorated since then anyone think Australia will declare more or less equal to England's total and then try to bowl them out quick?
This is turning out to be pretty anti-climactic finish after all the close tests. I know, the English are getting pretty thrilled with the arrival of rain. But for the neutrals, it is very anti-climactic.
Now now if it wasn't for the weather in Manchester the series would already be over and they should get more or less two more full days if the forecasts are accurate.
i'm scared of the fact of Shane Warne bowling on 5th day with a really bad pitch
Great bowl by Flintoff and LBW to Hayden
Great ball by Hoggard
Great comeback from our attack.
Ho Ho HO! England with a first innings lead.
Aussies 90-8 today. Amazing bowling from Flintoff and Hoggard. The crowd was going wild at the end there.
Wonder what excuse those whining Aussies will come out with this time. Everyone of those lbw decisions was plum (and a some which weren't given).
ahahahahahathat was superb
The light is deteriorating. Get 'em off!
the players are coming off for bad light!
Capacity crowd paying £50.00 a ticket, the players walk off at 14:15 for bad light and there is a standing ovation...LOL.
Warne looking dangerous though. Still plenty of cricket left in this match.
I think I'm going to be sick.
i wake up to follow the last session. yeah, that's not going to happen!
troubling to lose Tresco's wicket.
It was strauss who was out.
ah yes. its early, just woke up!
Rain, bad light, rain -- yes, my dance is working
Incidentally, when I went to bed last night I had a dream that the BBC headline said Freddie got 5 wickets and I wake up and he had --- weird!!
I've seen most of the previous four tests, unfortunately not had chance to watch this last one (work and no TV), good to see a fightback today from England. It's be great to finally see the Ashes back here (not that they ever leave). First started watching cricket that I can recall back in 89, so never seen them even get this close. Just hope the failure to take the final wicket at Old Trafford doesn't prove costly.
Vividly remember Botham and Willis ('81) when you were a twinkle in your mamma's eye
Aye, I am old.
I was a little more than a twinkle in my mum's eye at the time (I've been around since the late 70s). Just cannot remember watching cricket prior to that date, although it is quite possible I could have seen some of that series.