Aussies helpless as Gayle seized control: Bailey

Aussies helpless as Gayle seized control: Bailey

Colombo : Sri Lanka | Oct 05, 2012 at 2:17 PM PDT
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
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George Bailey bats during Australia's loss to the West Indies in the Worldt T20 semi-final in Colombo. Photo: AFP Australian captain George Bailey admits he felt helplessness kicking in as Australia's best-laid plans to combat West Indies match-winner Chris Gayle failed in the World Twenty20... FULL ARTICLE AT Sydney Morning Herald
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