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(From New Zealand Press Association)
Sydney, Dec 6 - Brendon McCullum expects his penchant for improvisation will one day cause him pain, but for now he's happy to grin and bear the prospect of dental work -- and jibes from the cricketing purists among his teammates.
The New Zealand wicketkeeper helped steer the embattled tourists to a stunning four-wicket win over the world champions in Melbourne last night with a cheeky lap shot over his shoulder that flew to the fine leg fence.
The audacious boundary, his fourth, tied the scores at 246 and gave him five balls to hit the winning run off Shane Watson, an assignment he calmly accomplished with two …