Hurting Hauritz vows to defeat Team India
Hauritz, who struggled in the first Test at Mohali and was overlooked by skipper Ricky Ponting, has vowed to hit back at his critics.
Ponting had said that he sidelined Hauritz during the nail biting final stages of the Mohali Test against India, and gave chances to part timers Marcus North and Shane Watson instead, in a bid to do something different in his quest for victory.
ďI just want them to know that Iím the spinner, Iím the guy thatís here to win the Ashes, the guy to win the next Test against India,Ē Nathan told his critics.
ďEver since Iíve played my first Test I donít think anybody has wanted me in the side - fans and that,Ē The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Hauritz, as saying.
ďI could take 10 wickets in a match, and thereíll still be someone saying they donít want me to be a part of it. They want someone else, whether itís [Jason] Krezja, Bryce McGain, now itís Steve Smith.
ďThereís always another spinner that can take my spot. I think you have to evolve with it, just accept itís a part of your life. Thereís always someone out there that thinks thereís someone better. Iíve got great backing from teammates, the captain, selectors,Ē he said.
ďIím the spinner, Iím here to do a job, and here to do a job in the Ashes. Iíve had
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