It's ridiculous, says McGrath

Australia have been on a losing streak in all forms of the game and critics pinpointed lack of “swagger” and “arrogance” as a sign of collective weakness in Australia’s pacemen.

“It makes you laugh, doesn’t it?” said McGrath, who retired in 2007 after taking 563 Test wickets. “They were once saying we were too arrogant. You can’t win either way.

“It just amazes me. When the Australian team was too strong, No 1 in the world, it was bad for world cricket, bad for this and bad for that but now because all of a sudden they’ve lost a few games, Australia is now accused of hurting cricket because the team isn’t strong enough.

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