Ryan Harris was pleased with the way his team rallied around to win the 4th Test match in Melbourne. Harris said his knees were doing fine and that he was good enough to play in Sydney.
Australian fast bowler Ryan Harris has said that despite being in their 30s, there are still plenty of ‘miles’ left in his and other ‘old dogs’ legs, adding that it is an old-fashioned theory that their days are numbered.
Harris, celebrating Australia”s win in Perth that gave the host nation an unassailable 3-0 series lead in the winter Ashes, was apparently denied access to a casino, and let everyone know about it on Twitter in a foul-mouthed rant.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Harris, who admitted that he went a little too ‘over the top’ with the celebrations, said that he believes he and his fellow veterans like Mitchell Johnson still have plenty of life left in their ‘old bones’, adding that if a player is good enough to play, he can go on regardless of his age.
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