Australia coach Langer felt 'physically ill' after Headingley's defeat
MANCHESTER: Australia's head coach Justin Langer on Monday he said he felt physically ill after the heartbreaking defeat against England's archrivals in the third deadly spoils Try Headingley.
When everything seemed lost to the hosts, Ben stokes He conjured his magic to achieve an impressive victory of a wicket with a stroke of 135 races in Leeds.
"As challenging as this week's been, it's been awesome," cricket.com.au quoted Langer as saying at Old Trafford where the fourth deadly spoils Test begins on Wednesday.
I loved this last week of training, because you can sit and feel bad for yourself and put it under the carpet, or you can find ways to make sure we are ready for the first ball (Wednesday) and then the next Test match.
The most frustrating thing for Australia was the association of 10 wicket of 76 races between Stokes and Jack Leach.
That is the hardest part, we were so close. I really felt physically ill after that, then I went back to my room and I wasn't sure if I cried or crushed my hotel room.
With the series locked at 1-1, a victory in the next two tests will ensure that Australia retains the urn in England for the first time since Steve Waugh The team won 4-1 in 2001.
Referring to that triumph, Langer said: It often seems that history repeats itself, but the beauty of the future is that you have the opportunity to have a different result.
It has always been a philosophy and a subject of my training, that we have to do things together as much as possible.
I could be fine, I could be wrong, that's just a strong belief that I have.
It has been a long and hard tour, but we will stay together as much as we can and hope it will give us the right result.