England Turn to Gough's Cunning

By Lloyd, David | The Evening Standard (London, England), July 8, 2003 | Go to article overview

England Turn to Gough's Cunning


Lloyd, David, The Evening Standard (London, England)


Byline: DAVID LLOYD

DARREN GOUGH reminded England that there is no substitute for experience after South Africa had made a riproaring start to today's NatWest Series international at Edgbaston.

The 32-year-old Yorkshire fast bowler may still be an injury doubt when it comes to Test cricket following three operations on his right knee, but he bowled beautifully with the new ball in Birmingham this afternoon while young gun Jimmy Anderson was being blasted out of the attack by Graeme Smith.

This match was only a dress rehearsal for Saturday's final between the same two countries.

Anderson's early lines came out all wrong here, though, as his first over went for 19 runs and his second for five before Michael Vaughan gave him a rest.

If Gough had struggled as well, England would have been in real bother.

Instead, he dismissed Herschelle Gibbs for two during a fiveover spell that cost only 13 runs and soon the South Africans found themselves 82 for four after the 17th over.

Trying a forcing shot off the back foot, Gibbs drove into the hands of Rikki Clarke at extra cover.

Smith, though, was looking in ominously good touch. The lefthander started by driving Anderson's low full toss past point, helped himself to three more boundaries during that first over and clipped a fifth four when he strayed again.

Having raced to 45, however, Smith pulled Andrew Flintoff 's fifth delivery to square leg, where Anthony McGrath somehow clasped the ball between his thighs after an initial fumble. …

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