The Ashes: Still can't believe we lost the Durham Test, says David Warner

Explosive left-hander says he enjoyed his 109-run partnership with Chris Rogers. Warner compared Rogers' approach to Ed Cowan and appreciated his ability to play the waiting game.

updated: August 15, 2013 14:42 IST
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David Warner just can't get over the defeat in the fourth Test at Durham that gave England a 3-0 lead in the Ashes series.

Warner's 109-run opening stand with Chris Rogers set the foundation for an unlikely tilt at the 299-run victory target but when Warner was third man out for a classy 71, Australia lost eight wickets in a flash to 'gift' England a 74-run win

"It was gutting," Warner said of the collapse. "I went to have a shower. It took me half an hour to get over my dismissal. When I came out we had lost three quick wickets," he said.

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