Chapter 74: New Zealand 235-7 (Mitchell 36, Henry 13) Mitchell Leach runs from pads to one, only one from above and one that holds up to 250. Maybe he even has a new ball to make something happen.
Colum Fordham says: “I was delighted with your introduction and your explanation of the Yiddish concepts of excitement and elevation.” “I can not think of the term ‘gevaldig’ in Italian, but in Naples, where I live, there is an interesting term ‘cazzimma’ (called ‘cazzimm’) which describes the bad line you need to stay alive or yourself. “Take his way in life. I think Jack Leach will need a little more ‘cazzimma’ if he takes the step from a reasonable spinner to a ‘game changer’. I hope he has it in him.”
I love the way the Neapolitans dropped the last vowel of words, something I admit I learned from watching Gomorrah. Predicting the time to come and anticipating using the “ugatz” games I love playing, because I’m right.
Chapter 73: New Zealand 234-7 (Mitchell 35, Henry 13) Stokes tests a band and a series of tests, a toothed missile forces him to shake himself and land on the ground. The other two people leave behind, Henry again finishing behind the second one on his back, a large cake that has been cut on his coupon – he enjoys it, and sees a girl with a strict general style. At what point, isn’t it time for New Zealand to be given late-summer, four- or five-match series? They are the best team in the world, and on top of that, they almost guarantee fun.
Chapter 72: New Zealand 234-7 (Mitchell 35, Henry 13) Mitchell hits Leach towards the court in the deep back corner, so Broad follows him and returns the ball, saving two. A single pair is left behind, then Stokes pops out to try to secure Henry for him in the back row of the game, and Leach Mitchell puts in the hole to secure the point.
Philip Malcolm advises “Spannend” in Dutch is a lovely word to describe an excitement full of anticipation. “The right shoe for today’s game, me.”
Chapter 71: New Zealand 229-7 (Mitchell 32, Henry 12) Stokes invites himself to the cup, like gabbai, the synagogue ruler, haggling at the Simchat Torah festival – there is pressure, because he has to carry a heavy book from the inside out, but at the same time if he takes it out he has to honor it. . With that, he opens his leg to say goodbye to you, then after two points, Henry steps back and wipes him with the lid towards the wire! It’s an amazing shot and there is no ball behind it, New Zealand’s lead is now 244.
“Kids may be able to join Trent Bridge today,” John Starbuck sent an e-mail, “but note that many will take the exams now. Cricket is certainly a great convenience of all, if they can come, it’s so much.” “Well done. At the same time, there is no loss of lbw in this game and only one straight out. So far.”
Chapter 70: New Zealand 224-7 (Mitchell 32, Henry 8) Aaaarrggghhh! Leach’s second delivery is quick, he catches it, gets it right … and hits Henry! Root, in a hurry, was on its way back, so it had to change course and go straight, back to its feet … picking up the ball, alone … and it could not hold itself! Maiden.
Jack Leach has the ball. This is a great morning for him, and he knows it.
That’s right, here we go!
“Thorpe’s speech,” says Tim de Lisle. who will be here later to deceive you in a strange environment.
It was around this time, I think, that I began to understand that England was very good. It was hard to be confident, because in my life, they never really were so I was not sure what it looked like. But they really got there.
Branderson comes out and disappears. It’s about time.
“Gevaldig was an interesting word,” tweeted @RdgUltima. “It reminds me of the Japanese word Sugoi, which means it’s good but it ‘s fun inside. The word is used more and more ALL TIME on Japanese television. We have to send the word gevaldig to the executives of Japan TV.”
That’s a big word – do they have a similarity in other languages? I especially like those who explain a sentence – in Hebrew, for example, if you do something davka you do so “simply because, often intentionally and unintentionally”; one davkanik is the one who does davka things in order.
Says Robert Wilson, “Although everyone is right to be surprised at Root’s post-captaincy step that is clearly ridiculous,” says Robert Wilson. and his horrible habit of entering the mid-forties before you realize he’s there, this worries me from Graham Thorpe. Although he had no perfect Root word, Thorpe was also in his twenties. or in the thirties and thirties was also tended by some magical hand. And all this in a very dark period of pain, fear and despair. ends ten years without playing a forward foot shot and Root, with all his hard work, laughs with F Scott Fitzgerald and Louise Brooks in the Roaring Twenties.They would be unbelievable together.And I hope poor Thorpe, with a sick smile, pull and get well.
Lihevhati. Paul Collingwood MBE was also one of them, more in Thorpey mode but was also able to manipulate the goggle and collect it in some way without appearing to collect.
Asked about Blundell’s departure yesterday, Broad explains that he uses a man in the deep cricket court of the county when the ball softens or the field offers him now to try and make something. But McCullum suggested to bring him to a closing position, which is given if he is on the wire, a yard on both sides and also four, but in the future, the best players will try and go over him or pay him earlier, this means that they are far from fired. . Not bad.
Stuart Broad is excited, and at the same time heartbroken to note that only the Test Creek gives you this. “We were awesome yesterday, for creating those opportunities,” he says. He knows England had some shots fired, but believes they were created because of the pressure his team has created. He has not seen many better ways than this, saying that the team has regularly gone around four – Root is far apart – never mind to see a win on the fifth day. Last night on the bus, the players said it was a cricket day dream, where both teams see bat and cup, and it is very gratifying to see such a stupid opponent busy with the simple joy of spending a working day with something. so amazing.
Breaking news: Kyle Jamieson will burn in the 10th, which puts Boult in the 11th and that means he needs one run to get the most runs from James Anderson in the 11th.
Trent Boult looks very happy with where he is, and why he will not be. He yesterday enjoyed the slow removal of the Root, referring to it without encouragement – think one can throw it in the flower – and reveals how much he and the rest of the dressing room symbolize both the Black Caps and Love Test Creek. . You and we both, old friend. He praises “Baz” McCullum, or “Bez” as he puts it – what a picture this is – because he has a glorious cricket mind, and can not understand why drawing is preferred, especially because of who is in charge of the England team. e.
For those not in the UK, here is the TMS link:
There has been a lot of controversy lately – and indeed – about how much it costs to attend a Test match. So it’s good Nottinghamshire for having free admission today – it’s just a shame it’s not part-time, but I hope some parents study at home today.
Just looking at a few interesting points, I missed Mark Butcher calling Root the “Unstoppable Operating Machine”. Nice stuff.
I got pleasure from this.
It’s really crazy to think, not only was it that others were more valuable than Root, it seemed like they left it behind for good. Remember when he could not make fifty hundred? And look now!
Waking up in the middle of the night and feeling it without knowing why; the brain engages the body, both of which are suddenly inflamed, possibly unable to hold their breath; spring in step. You can not break this thing for us.
There is a Yiddish word, gevaldig, which – not normal for Yiddish – does not mean pain, emotional weakness or, yes, body parts. On the contrary, it means hard, wonderful and successful, all complex – with, I like to think, an element of spiritual uplift. Cricket test e gevaldig.
And there is another Yiddish word, mechayeh, which means a little pleasure – with, I like to think, an affirmative aspect that is worth living. Reaching the fifth day of the Test match where all four outcomes are possible and there is no serious understanding of which of them will end. mechayeh.
According to my perfect accounts, this makes us enjoy it a gevaldig mechayeh. Since such things are not often seen, it is up to us to complete this.
The most likely outcome remains a problem because in the end, both sides do not have enough firepower to force themselves home on a field that does not have enough. Yesterday morning, we indicated that if it were not for the declining number of hunters, the first-animal scores would have been much lower, but last night they were low-key because of how diligently and unnecessarily New Zealand fired shots. However, a reasonable strike this morning should bring them safety.
And yet, and yet, and still. England can perfectly break their way to almost any goal they set, as they never listen under the weight of the runs they need, in an hour or two – and that’s before we light the Trent Boult make factor e. . I can not wait and neither can you.
Game: 11:00 BST