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Kimber: England have been brutalised

ESPNcricinfo's Jarrod Kimber reviews the third day of the Test in Adelaide after Mitchell Johnson destroyed England's hopes

ESPNcricinfo staff

December 7, 2013

Posted by Ali_Eorse on (December 7, 2013, 20:05 GMT)

Jarrod: Your comments are best. The Polite Inquiries is also good. Keep it up. What we are seeing in The Ashes is what we will see in S.A., Dale Steyn will do to India what Johnson is doing to England. The two best teams: Aus and S.A. I want to see their series. Two best bowlers. Two great captains (Clarke and Smith). Lots of fun. Test cricket should be only with Australia in Australia.

Posted by   on (December 7, 2013, 16:34 GMT)

I like the last comment mate, MJ would burn the castle down hahahaha

Posted by   on (December 7, 2013, 12:36 GMT)

Agree with that , those Videos are great

Posted by Nag3 on (December 7, 2013, 12:20 GMT)

Good one, please bring back two chucks as we'll. they are funny, informative. These videos are really good but too short:). Regards,

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