Steve Waugh v Jamie Siddons
In a Sheffield Shield match Steve Waugh was taking his time getting ready to face his first ball.
Jamie Siddons had enough and remarked: “For freakings sake, mate, it’s not a freaking test match!”.
To which Waugh replied: “Of course it’s not… You’re here”.
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