6 Dec 2010

WE'VE BEEN Pietersened 200 and still GOING, THIS HURTS

More pain as England confirms,

they have the  power.

Gabba curator Kevin Mitchell's message to dejected fans as the home side spent another day chasing leather in Adelaide yesterday and the tourists took their combined score for their past two innings to 5-1068.
Mitchell defended his first Test wicket, which produced 624 runs for the loss of just two wickets on days four and five, saying the lopsided figures were due to dominant batting rather than the pitch.
Kevin Pietersen pumps his fist in jubilation after reaching 200, his second Test double-century.
Kevin Pietersen (213 not out), had the time of his life
Doug Bollinger talks with Ricky Ponting. <em>Photo: AP</em>
Ponting-"What the hell is this guy doing to us"?
Have you got any spare tissues?, I have to wipe the tears away
I can't have any of the guys see me crying!

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