Clarke says `hard to tell how he felt` watching Oz batting `avalanche`

Sydney: Australian captain Michael Clarke has said that it is hard to tell how it felt as batsmen were putting pads on and taking pads off, in the second innings of the fourth Ashes Test, as England won the Ashes with one Test still remaining.

According to, Warner`s accomplished 71, in partnership with the worthy Rogers, was the latest small mercy and in his composure, and his relative orthodoxy, the batsman finally inflicted some truly painful blows on England but wickets tumbled at a fast rate soon after he got out.

The report said that although the target was still difficult considering the conditions and how Stuart Broad had bowled, but to see a team plunging from 120 for one to 224 all-out in the next elongated session was just not believable.

While England squeezed every drop out of its innings, Australia could not maintain its grip, the report added.


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