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13:35  11 september  2019
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Stokes threat keeps Aussie skipper Paine awake at night

Stokes threat keeps Aussie skipper Paine awake at night Stokes threat keeps Aussie skipper Paine awake at night

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PM's congratulatory text to skipper Paine© Reuters Tim Paine How good are Australians, how good is Steve Smith?

Some 536 days have passed since the Cape Town cheating scandal erupted and the turnaround has been immense in several senses, as reflected by the reaction of Prime Minister Scott Morrison and so many compatriots.

Malcolm Turnbull's rage about the sandpaper saga in a public critique plus a private call to David Peever, then Cricket Australia's chairman, started a year of hell for what was Smith's side but quickly became Paine's team.

It was arguably political point scoring but there is no debating fans were furious and demanded upheaval; Australians with only a fleeting interest in the sport were stunned and steaming.

Paine exorcises Leeds demons with the bat

Paine exorcises Leeds demons with the bat Australia captain Tim Paine finally found some form with the bat as his side built up a sizeable first-innings score in the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford. Paine has faced criticism for his lack of runs throughout the series where he has scored just 77 runs in six innings and frequently struggled against the short ball. But after riding his luck early when he was dropped on nine after Jason Roy grassed a regulation catch off Stuart Broad, he made sure he cashed in to score his sixth Test half-century.

" Congratulations on your success. You have made us all proud. Keep up the good work." "Everyone wants success, but it only follows those who Then you win. I knew you could do it. Congratulations for your brilliant victory." "I know you would attain this success very soon and easily than anyone can

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Paine has worked hard to drive meaningful cultural change since, while turning around on-field form to a point where Australia retained the urn in England for the first time since 2001.

Cricket tragic John Howard famously suggested he had the second most important job in Australia, ranking below the Test skipper.

Mr Morrison, who has delivered sound bites as jingoistic as any of the tunes belted out by Australia's Ashes squad in celebration at Old Trafford, was moved to make contact with his 'superior'.

PM's congratulatory text to skipper Paine© Getty Images Aussie PM Scot Morrison "My phone's gone berserk.

I haven't got through them all yet. I got a text from the Prime Minister, which was very exciting," Paine told reporters in London.

"A first for me. I've got his number now... I'm going to save it and I might ring him if we win this one.

Warne and Poms surprised by Paine's call

Warne and Poms surprised by Paine's call Tim Paine's decision to bowl first has surprised England and divided opinion at the Oval, with Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne saying they would have batted. Tim Paine surprised England's dressing room, long-time personal mentor Ricky Ponting and legend Shane Warne by opting to bowl first in the fifth Ashes Test. Paine called correctly for a fourth time in the five-Test series but what came next shocked counterpart Joe Root, who struggled to hide his glee when invited to bat first at the Oval.

Tim Paine addresses the media as stand-in skipper after Australia' s 322-run defeat.

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"He was pretty pumped.

"Along the same lines of messages we got from a lot of people back home in Australia - congratulations, everyone's proud of us, Steve Smith's a freak and make sure you finish it off this week."

There is yet to be a code-of-conduct charge in what is ordinarily cricket's most heated contest.

Smith's celebratory donning of a pair of spectacles, which Australia insist was in reference to Chris Rogers rather than Jack Leach, has been the touring squad's most offensive moment.

Smith and David Warner have exhibited great composure throughout a four-month stint in England - having arrived for the World Cup in May - despite regularly copping abuse and boos.

Australia have continued their drive to win supporters back in recent months.

Half an hour after being hit for the winning runs by Ben Stokes at Headingley, Pat Cummins was signing autographs and posing for selfies with fans.

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Tim Paine's DRS use has become so bad that a Test great reckons the Aussies are almost better off without reviews. Australia could have had both Joe Denly and Jos Buttler out LBW on day three of the fifth Test, but Paine opted against reviewing not out decisions. Hawkeye showed that both deliveries, from Mitchell Marsh and Nathan Lyon respectively, would have hit enough of the stumps to overturn the decision and dismiss the batsmen. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

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