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Why Guardiola can't compare to Klopp

They did not bat twice thats my point

The series that changed it all: The second Test

O certainly! I witnessed a Mitchell Johnson spell at Centurion against the proteas and before that I thought the South-Africans could be a up for the fight against Australia as they also had an exceptional bowling line up, however the difference came on how the protea batsmen handled the Aussie bowlers and how the Australian batsmen controlled the South-African bowlers

The Ashes that changed it all: First Test

I will not argue that the 2005 Ashes was an era defining series, the competitive spirit that both teams played with was what the Ashes is all about. I rather referred to the 13/14 as the series that changed it all, because of the way the Aussies fought back and demolished the motherland after being oppressed ever since that 2005 series.

The Ashes that changed it all: First Test

I would love to see Pep take on the challenge of managing any other team than a giant and taking them to the next level, just like Klopp does. If he can do that, there would be no doubt in my mind that he is the best manager to walk on the face of the earth.

Why Guardiola can't compare to Klopp

In that game he also bowled a ball to Micheal Vaughan that completely took his off-stump apart. Real special scenes that was !

Dale Steyn shows a simple way forward for South African cricket

I understand your point when you say that we won’t be able to find the next Dale Steyn anytime soon , just like the next Shane Warne won’t be coming out tomorrow. But I think the point is for South-African cricket is that Dale showed us what it meant to him when he played for his country – as did Warney – And I do hope that when aspiring cricketers saw them on the teli their minds did not race towards stardom or fame but rather the passion with which they both played the game .

Thank you for reading my article !

Dale Steyn shows a simple way forward for South African cricket