From Mike Selvey, of The Guardian:
No bowler in the game’s history can so much have mastered the dark psychological art that all great spin bowlers have. Warne teased, and talked. He got under the skin. He took the mickey and insulted, the coat cut according to the cloth. “Come on Ramps,” he mocked Mark Ramprakash at Trent Bridge, “you know you want to.” Eventually the batsman contained himself no longer, left his crease to hit over the top and was stumped. The manner in which, single-handed, Warne psyched England to defeat in Adelaide in 2006-07 was something that surely no other cricketer could have done.