Lancashire v Bears, NatWest T20 Blast Final, Edgbaston
Lancashire captain Paul Horton reflected on his team's performance in a four-run loss to Birmingham Bears in the NatWest T20 Blast Final
- Players/Officials : Paul Horton
Australia bowler Mitchell Johnson notched his 300th scalp in Test cricket with a fantastic delivery to dismiss England's Jonny Bairstow, at Edgbaston | Jul 30, 2015
31.2 JR Hazlewood to JE Root, 4 runs, touch of extra bounce outside off and he rides it well, guiding it down to third man again from the back foot | Jul 30, 2015
31.1 JR Hazlewood to JE Root, 4 runs, length delivery outside off, played off the back foot with an open face and it runs through backward point to third man | Jul 30, 2015
30.5 MG Johnson to BA Stokes, out, and another! What a start for Australia and Johnson! It's the short one again, and another glove through to Nevill. This. Game. Is. On. Very similar to the Bairstow ball, perhaps not quite as short, climbed at Stokes who could not get his gloves out of the way as the ball followed him. This is one of the great overs. | Jul 30, 2015
30.3 MG Johnson to JM Bairstow, out, what a delivery! That's a ripper from Johnson - 300 wickets! Blimey, that was fierce. A short ball targeted at the body and Bairstow could only fend it off the top glove, no getting out of the way of that. Pace and direction from Johnson. Well,well. | Jul 30, 2015
30.1 MG Johnson to JE Root, 4 runs, full and straight, delightfully flicked away through straight midwicket - nice way for Root to start his day | Jul 30, 2015
29.4 JR Hazlewood to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, England into the lead! Full and wide, Bairstow drives it sweetly square of the wicket through point...slightly on the up, but very well controlled | Jul 30, 2015
He may not have reached the milestone in the fewest Tests, but what sets Dale Steyn apart from the rest of 400-club? His phenomenal strike rate | Jul 30, 2015
England bowler James Anderson has an impressive record in Ashes Tests at Edgbaston, claiming five-wicket hauls in consecutive Ashes Tests there | Jul 29, 2015
Australia opener Chris Rogers spoke at the end of a miserable day one for his team, at Edgbaston
England bowler spoke at the end of day one following his blistering six wickets against Australia, at Edgbaston
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