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England’s Ashes villain Ollie Robinson fires more shots at 'defensive' Australia

England’s Ashes villain Ollie Robinson fires more shots at ‘defensive’ Australia

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Ollie Robinson has fired another salvo at Australia after the Edgbaston Test, claiming the tourists are on the back foot and unwilling to go toe-to-toe with England.

Robinson continues to paint himself as the chief antagonist in England’s attack, admitting in a column on Thursday he had taken over from Stuart Broad as public enemy No.1 ahead of Wednesday’s Lord’s Test.

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The 29-year-old handed Usman Khawaja an expletive-laden send off in the Edgbaston Test, and then doubled down by claiming criticism of him was hypocritical based on the behaviour of ex-Australian players.

He also accused Australia of being too defensive during the first Test and claimed the tourists had three No.11s, a sledge that back-fired when Australia’s lower-order hit them to a two-wicket victory.

But Robinson has now doubled down on his comments, again accusing Australia of being too defensive in a column for Wisden while being adamant it would count against them.

Ollie Robinson was involved in a few heated exchanges with Australia’s Mr Popular Usman Khawaja. Credit: Screenshots

“We were surprised by how defensive Australia were and how unwilling they were to go toe-to-toe with us,” Robinson penned.

“Obviously it’s worked for them this Test match. But we feel that with the way they’re playing at the moment, a pitch with a bit more movement would benefit us hugely.

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“Baz (coach Brendon McCullum) said it after the game, ‘It feels like we’ve won, lads. We’ve entertained the world, and we’ve put the Aussies on the back foot’.

“For him to say that after a loss is quite significant for us.”

Robinson also stated that Australia would have to change plans through the Ashes and go away from trying to contain England if they are to keep their lead in the series.

“You just don’t see the Australians cautious and on the back foot like that,” Robinson wrote.

“As soon as we saw the field for that first over, we felt like we had a hold on them.

“Of course it sounds weird because they won it, but I think if they’re honest, Australia will look at themselves and realise they need to change their approach to keep up with how we’re going to play.

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‘If there’s any movement in the pitch at Lord’s, the way we’re playing compared to them is going to benefit us hugely.”

Robinson said he had also learned his lesson over the Khawaja send off, after being warned over the incident.

“I spoke to Uzzy after as well and we were all good,” Robinson said.

“He was just like, “Mate, just be careful what you say.” It was nothing against him and we had a good chat.”

Robinson’s comments come after Matthew Hayden labelled him a “forgettable cricketer” on Thursday, while Ponting said the Englishman would soon learn he would have to back up his talk against Australia.

Fans reacted savagely to the column, taking several X-rated hits at Olli Robinson.

Prominent Australian journalist Mike Carlton was one who took to social media to respond.

“Ollie is clearly an A-grade, 5-star f***-***,” Carlton bluntly said.

While another fan wrote on Twitter: “This is the most insane article I’ve ever read. I honestly thought it was satire.”

“Does Ollie Robinson not know how winning and losing in sports work?” another person asked.

And another fan wrote, ”Ollie should stay with cricket which is a touch better than his penmanship.”

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