Marnus Labuschagne Responds To Stuart Broad’s Null and Void Remark on Australia’s Ashes Win
By CricShots - Jun 2, 2023 6:23 pm
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Australian cricketer Marnus Labuschagne has offered a response to Stuart Broad’s comment that Australia’s dominant Ashes victory in 2021 should be considered null and void due to COVID-19 restrictions. Labuschagne emphasized that a team’s performance on the field is what matters, regardless of external conditions. He expressed confidence in Australia’s ability to maintain their strong form in the upcoming Ashes series against England.

Marnus Labuschagne
Marnus Labuschagne 

Marnus Labuschagne stated, “It’s a series, and Australia, we dominated that series, take everything out of it, our job is to perform on the field. It doesn’t matter what the circumstances are externally. And we did that. Hopefully, we can continue to do that this series,” as quoted by The West Australian.

The Australian all-rounder also discussed the benefits of playing county cricket, highlighting the importance of consistent match practice and staying in rhythm. He emphasized that the back-to-back games in county cricket allow players to learn from actual match situations, rather than solely focusing on technical aspects during training sessions.

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Labuschagne compared the scheduling differences between Australia and England, noting that in Australia, there is often a longer gap between games, which can lead to overthinking and tinkering with one’s technique. On the other hand, in England, players have a continuous schedule of matches, which helps in developing good scoring habits and maintaining a consistent approach.

Stuart Broad
Stuart Broad

The upcoming Ashes series between Australia and England holds great significance for both teams, with England aiming to regain the urn after suffering a 4-0 defeat in the previous series. As the rivalry intensifies, players from both sides are focused on delivering their best performances on the field, undeterred by external circumstances.

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Labuschagne’s response to Broad’s comments reflects the determination and confidence within the Australian camp. The stage is set for an exhilarating battle between two cricketing giants, as Australia looks to build on their previous success and England seeks redemption on home soil.

The Ashes series promises to be a thrilling contest, and fans can eagerly anticipate intense cricketing action and compelling performances from players on both sides.