Harsha Bhogle talks to cricketers and administrators

'I lost the will to bowl five days'

Part 1: Brett Lee talks to Harsha Bhogle about making the tough choice to quit Test cricket, and coming back from injury to play the World Cup (00:00)

Producer: Ranjit Shinde

August 22, 2011

Posted by   on (August 22, 2011, 15:58 GMT)

Lee is a champion bowler. Gives the game his best efforts whenever he plays. Wish Indian players were as honest and confessed they don't have the will to play test matches either.

Posted by Mcgrath-Dravid-Flintoff on (August 22, 2011, 9:40 GMT)

after mcgrath my favorite fast bowler. although he doesnt touch 155-160 anymore im happy hes bowling well. hope Binga gets to 400 odi wickets

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