Clarke is smoking his socks!

2014-01-07 11:21
Michael Clarke (Getty Images)
Clarke is definitely smoking his smelly cricket socks. Australia’s pace attack dominates one mediocre batting lineup (Carberry, Ballance, Bairstow, Borthwick, who are these people?) , in the last 3 years and now they are the best in the world. Get real Michael!!
Their true test will come in February when they face the best team in the world. If they can dominate the Proteas’ batting lineup as they did with England they’ll only be halfway towards winning the series, they’ll still have to face the actual Nr. 1 bowling attack in the world.

It’s funny how Australians always get so full of themselves so quickly, (typical). The Proteas haven’t lost a series in the last 5 years, but you never saw us going about and telling everyone we are the best. Now the proteas sit with the best 2 batsmen, best 2 bowlers & the Test Championship Mace and all you saw from us was Graeme Smith showing a number 1 with his finger.

I actually started liking the Aussies again because they were losing all the time (even in Rugby), but was quickly reminded why I never liked them before.


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