You need serious courage to see off Johnson, says Bell



Ian Bell conceded last night that one of Mitchell Johnson's more potent weapons in the current Ashes battle may be physical fear.
Australian batsman David Warner first raised the issue during the opening Test at the Gabba, when he spoke of England batsmen having scared eyes against the Aussie pace attack, though he later apologised for comments about troubled star Jonathan Trott.
Holding firm: England's Ian Bell scored an unbeaten 72
But after holding firm with an unbeaten 72 out of England's first innings of 172 in the second Test in the face of another onslaught from Johnson, this time... read more

 
8 December 2013 in Sport, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail
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