Adelaide, Jan 23 (UNI) Australia must rediscover the bowling nous that delivered a record-equalling 16 consecutive Test victories, pace spearhead Brett Lee said.
''We bowled well in parts, but it wasn't the strong and complete game that we were used to,'' Lee was quoted as saying by the 'Herald Sun'.
The 31-year-old promises that Australia's attack will do the job in the fourth and final Test which begins tomorrow.
''We have got over the loss and it's our chance to come out here and do well in Adelaide.'' ''I think we can definitely do the business again,'' he added.
''The way we have been playing - we've lost one out of 17 Tests - I think that is a pretty good effort. It is great for world cricket.'' Lee stated that the Aussies had put the Perth debacle behind and were ready to focus on the final Test.
''The Australian team was beaten last week. So be it. We can put that behind us now, come and focus again and put on a show for the crowd,'' He appreciated the Indian swing trio of Irfan Pathan, Ishant Sharma and R P Singh for their outstanding performance in Perth.
''They played extremely well and we didn't get the runs we wanted to,'' he said.
Lee claimed six top-order wickets in the WACA Test, including Sachin Tendulkar and V V S Laxman in each innings.
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