LANGER REBUFFS TENDULKAR CRITICISM

ADELAIDE, Australia: Coach Justin Langer Saturday rebuffed criticism from Sachin Tendulkar that Australia’s batting was too defensive, and complained that if his team celebrated like Viratkohli they would be seen as “the worst blokes in the world”.Australia ended day two of the opening Test against India in Adelaide on Friday 191-7, with only Travis Head offering some serious resistence. Superstar Tendulkar tweeted that “t...

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