England players look on frustrated in West Indies, 2009 - not much has changed in tour openers
Somewhere through the middle of day three, the current Test series with New Zealand appeared to begin in earnest for England.
James Anderson, several shades angrier than the Bruce Banner would need to be to turn green and crush things, made the second new ball talk and scored England some precious wickets. The only problem, of course, was that by the time he did England had sleepwalked their way into a Hamish Rutherford-sized hole, dismissed cheaply and staring down the barrel of a huge lead.
Anderson’s persistent sledging and chirp – his send-offs to dismissed batsmen could yet land him inRead More »from Seven slow England starts abroad under Andy Flower (and one good one)