Travis Head has spoken after his 62 and two wickets, as he prepares to play in a World Cup ultimate.
The participant of the match stated he sat subsequent to Josh Hazlewood within the sheds and there wasn’t a lot motion, describing the sport as “laborious to unpack”.
Head stated his aspect had hoped to be ready for the spinning wicket that they had been up in opposition to.
“I feel we knew the way it was going to play, we hoped we did and the way he would adapt to it,” he stated post-game.
“Having had three or 4 days right here, you practice and also you go to mattress and you consider it for a number of days main into it.
“I feel the wickets have been unbelievable all through the entire event and we most likely have not seen one spin that a lot, most likely needed to play totally different.
“We knew it might be a grind and a battle and is what it’s.”
Head’s honour comes after he fractured his hand in a lead up collection in opposition to South Africa.
The opener did not be a part of the Australian squad till midway via the event.