Brad Haddin and his team-mates have fast breakfasts.
What he said:
“Guys are up there trying to eat their breakfasts quicker than each other now.”
Brad Haddin makes no apologies for his rabid behaviour towards Pakistani batsman Ahmed Shehzad in a Twenty20 clash in Dubai. The Australian keeper bluntly told Shehzad to stay out of the path of a ball. This was in response to Shehzad handling a throw from an Australian fielder.
“I don’t know why he touched the ball.It’s not his place to touch the ball when we’re fielding.”
“We haven’t changed our style. We’re a very competitive group.”
What he really meant:
“We’re very competitive. We even race each other to the loo and back.”
What he definitely didn’t:
“Now if we could only stop trying to get back to the pavilion faster than the previous guy…”