“You see Michael Clarke walking down those stairs last night at 40-3 and you start thinking ... that it could for 80-5 or 90-5 overnight, and to be fair they played well,” he told reporters. “There’s no excuses for [the no balls] ... it’s not that we have to tell these guys, who are professional cricketers and playing at the highest level, that they need to get their feet behind the line.”
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