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Australian captain Tim Paine: win in first Test is 'huge step in right direction'

Australia’s cricket captain Tim Paine said his team’s victory in the first Test was a step in the right direction – although there was plenty more work to be done – while England captain Joe Root called the outcome ‘frustrating’. The 251-run win by Australia was a remarkable turnaround from their 122 for eight on the opening day.
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    Listen to The Spin, the Guardian's cricket podcast ► https://www.theguardian.com/sport/series/the-spin-podcast

    Joe Root says England will not make kneejerk decisions after Test rout ► https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/aug/05/joe-root-england-kneejerk-australia-first-test-defeat

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