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Johannesburg, July 14 (ANI): Australia coach Darren Lehmann believes that losing the first Ashes Test in Cardiff was just a ‘minor hiccup’ to their proceedings and insists that his side will make a comeback in the ongoing series.

He also said that his squad has to their act together in four days and play better, adding that they need to show the discipline that is required to make big runs on these English wickets and have to bat longer, Sport24 reported.

He added that it was an excellent opportunity for them to get back into the groove and learn from the mistakes that they made in the first Test.

Australia were thrashed by the hosts in Cardiff, suffering a 169-run defeat with more than a day to spare. (ANI)

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