T20 World Cup: Justin Langer: Steve Smith noted that head coach Justin Langer has given his staff and players more leeway in preparing for matches, and that everyone in the squad understands their roles.
T20 World Cup: Justin Langer: According to batsman Steve Smith.
Australia beat South Africa by five wickets to begin with their bowlers reducing the opposition to 118/9.
Since Australia’s stunning defeat in a Test series at home against an injury-ravaged Indian squad earlier this year, Langer has been under nearly constant pressure, with media reports claiming that senior players were irritated by the former opener’s inclination to micro-manage the team.
The boys have formed a strong bond. Everyone knows exactly what their responsibilities are. It’s simply a matter of getting out there and executing our duties well “he stated
Australia, according to Smith, has a good roster at their disposal. “We have a 15-man squad that is quite capable. To win a World Cup, you need a true strong-squad mindset. We got off to a good start against South Africa, but that was only the beginning “he stated
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