PHIL Tufnell couldn’t get undressed with England teammates after being mentally scarred by the sight of Mike Gatting’s middle wicket.
Ex-cricketer turned TV star Tuffers, 55, said he would delay getting changed by having fags and cuppas to avoid looking at other players’ googlies.
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