Yes, I guess I am very proud that we are the best team in the world again.
That makes us number 1 right? Is that higher than the South Africans?
I want to thank a few people.
Umm, Watto. Thanks for taking the heat off me with your lack of form and divisive antics. I mean, who else can bowl 8 overs a match a claim to be an all rounder? Also, he bats at opener, number 3 and number 6 unsuccessfully. That’s ok because it saves us from having to play Phil Hughes or Usman.
I want to thank Micky Arthur. Without him, we wouldn’t have Boof.
You know, since Lehmann has been around, not once have I been asked to do any homework. Think about that for a second. Also, I can leave the dressing room early after play if I want to. Best coach ever.
Speaking of great eaters, a special thanks to the guy in England who thought that quinoa would help. I really think our preparation of not touching that stuff was the turning point.
I want to thank Alistair Cook. He’s a pretty shit captain to be honest. Overrated with the bat too. 5-0. I mean, I bet he never seen that coming.
The South African government deserves special mention. Without a quota policy, we wouldn’t have played a team with Robin Petersen in it.
Thanks to Ryan Harris’ knee. Probably my favourite knee in world cricket.
Finally, a very special thanks to my wife Kyly. Mainly because she spells her name to make it easier for me to read. Sorry Aggers, I don’t understand your question. What’s a chav?
So, what’s next to achieve? Well, I’d like to think we can keep improving. Perhaps even be the first team to ever be ranked zero or maybe infinity? All very achievable as long as Mitch and his mum are no longer fighting.
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