R Ponting said that I know there’s been a lot of chat the last couple of days since the end of Headingley and it’s more the fact that it’s Broad that’s getting him out.
R Ponting to David Warner
“I know there’s been a lot of chat the last couple of days since the end of Headingley. And it’s more the fact that it’s Broad that’s getting him out, I think. I think if it was anybody else, the noise probably wouldn’t be quite as loud. But the fact that he struggled to get through the opening spells of Broad a few times in this series again, makes it a little bit more of a worry,”. R Ponting told in the latest episode of The ICC Review.
He further added that
“When someone’s got you out 17 times. It does become as much a mental or probably more of a mental battle than it does a technical battle. But just thinking about the series, I’d be inclined to stick with David Warner,” R Ponting added.
The backing of Bazzball approach from the England team has helped them to make comeback in the Ashes. However, Australians are leading the Ashes by 2-1. The fourth Ashes test match is to start on July 19.