Wednesday, 6 December 2006

Warne: I can't bowl any better.

SHANE Warne said last night that he could not bowl any better than he did in Adelaide yesterday, but he warned England there was more punishment to come this summer.

The leg spinner bowled unchanged for 27 overs, finishing with 4-49 and helping to dismiss shell-shocked England for 129 in its second innings.

Warne was punished in the tourists' first innings, finishing with his most expensive figures (1-167), but he was the money man yesterday.

The tourists froze facing him yesterday morning, and they were dealing with the harsh reality last night that they had all but handed back the Ashes.

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Warne's bowling the last 2 or 3 years has been better than any time in his career. If he keeps bowling like this he could play into his 40's. He has said before he will only play is he's enjoying himself and bowling like he is surely must be enjoying.

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