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England's new era of cricket

Sep 30, 2004
Yes. No obvious weakness. The ability to bat at different tempos. Most of all despite being surrounded by total ineptitude he still performs to the highest level on all types of surface, against all attacks.
The only negative against it, his batting career didn't have to cross swords with Hadlee, Mcgrath, Warne, Murali, Marshall, Holding, Lillee, Ambrose, Kumble, Akram or Pollock. But you can only perform against what you come up against and the last three years doing so at 35-3 every test, says he has the ability and mental capacity to adjust to every problem.
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