"We hammered them in this match, and they know it," he said. "It finished up with nine fielders on the boundary edge - they were murdered. They were not in this game, and with one more ball we would have won it."
Of the opposition's tactics, he said: "They were within the laws. Suddenly their coach seemed to take control and you have a wonderful leg spinner Paul Strang just throwing the ball anywhere, and Heath Streak as well, who is ranked No 4 in the world, doing anything to ensure the batsmen couldn't reach the ball.
"I had to go for a walk around the boundary towards the end because I was getting a bit emotional."Reuse content