Shane Watson, out leg before wicket. It’s a refrain that has been heard 29 times in his 59 Tests, frequently after a slight break to allow the decision review system to confirm the obvious.
Watto is out. We’ve said it so many times over the years, often as he failed yet again to convert a half-century into a big score. He’s accumulated 24 half-centuries and a mere four tons. Sadly for Watson, four Test centuries is too few for Cricinfo even to bother counting the accomplishment in its league table of Australian century-makers. It’s less than 10 per cent of Ricky Ponting’s record 41. Continue Reading →