Jake Ball happy with England's bowling approach as Joe Root's side make early inroads at The Gabba: 'We executed our plans almost to perfection'

On a tense second day at the Gabba, no moment better summed up England's meticulous approach under Joe Root than the wicket of his old nemesis David Warner.
Deliberately deprived of the strike by England's tactic of giving him a single early in the over, Warner had faced only 36 per cent of the deliveries by the time he eventually self-combusted, pulling Jake Ball straight to Dawid Malan at short midwicket.
It was only Ball's third Test wicket, though all three have been high pedigree: Pakistan's Azhar Ali (ranked ninth in the world), India's Cheteshwar Pujara (fourth) and now Warner... read more

24 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 34
Source: Daily Mail

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