How will England beat South Africa in the second Test?

Let’s ask England coach, Andy Flower:

“In international sport you’ll have huge ups and downs and our make-up has to deal with those ups and downs.”

So there you go. No plans for success. Just waterproof mascara to deal with the effects of defeat.


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6 Appeals

  1. England certainly didn’t need blusher after that first test.

  2. A different Pete

    August 1, 2012 at 12:46 pm

    Commercial deal in the offing:
    ‘I’m Andy Flower, make-up artist on “The Ashes”; in international sport you’ll have huge ups and downs and our make-up has to deal with those ups and downs…’ etc

    …and then I should make a joke, something about ‘the make-up of choke artists’…

  3. England will need some help from Hawk-Eyeliner. It will be hard to concealer another poor performance. I’m tipping Jacques Rouge-dolph to perform. A defeat would certainly take the lip gloss off the summer.

  4. He actually said that? That’s almost worthy of Matthew Hayden.

  5. England have strong batting line up. Their bowlers could not show much as SA crossed 400 runs in first innings. Now England need to bat well. Lets see what happens next. The only chance for England to show their domination over SA was to all out SA near 200 or 250.

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