The place is Sabina Park, Kingston, West Indies, where the likes of pairs; Wes Hall and Charlie Griffith, Andy Roberts and Michael Holding, Joel Garner and Malcolm Marshall, and Courtney Walsh and Curtly Ambrose would have been proud of Fidel Edwards and Daren Powell who have bowled with sheer calculated brutality to take two wickets each as Australia slumped to 17 for four on the third day of the first Test.
After the frightening memories of the world cup of last year, West Indian crows is once again on their feet cheering and happily jeering at every shot and at every ball. These spectators want some real actions, and action is what they are getting right now and to their utmost glee, they are getting it, unexpectedly, from their own home team.
West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul was hit at the head by Brett Lee, but that didn’t stop making him 118 that earned him a resounding and thudding applause all around the stunned crowd of Sabina Park.
Windies are in their killer mode, and Aussies have to work hard to do something drastic to keep alive.More on:Australia, Australia in West Indies 2008, Brett Lee, Daren Powell, Fidel Edwards, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, West Indies
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