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Hitman Rhoit might score another 250 in england if the pitches are true !!!

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4 minutes ago, sergio04 said:

yeh bhi jyaada hain 

Against 5 major teams, Rohit indeed has less than 250 runs in 9 innings! 

 

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Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS AveDescending BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s  
V Kohli 2013-2017 9 9 3 412 107 68.66 479 86.01 1 2 0 33 5 investigate this query
S Dhawan 2013-2017 9 9 0 615 137 68.33 592 103.88 2 3 0 70 8 investigate this query
RG Sharma 2013-2017 9 9 0 244 91 27.11 343 71.13 0 2 2 22 6 investigate this query
MS Dhoni 2013-2017 9 6 0 132 65 22.00 135 97.77 0 1 1 10 3

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7 minutes ago, velu said:

 

after 20 overs .. hitman 41*(62)

after 50 overs .. hitman 264(173)

 

223 in 111 balls ..

probably if he had accelerated early , he could even score 300 in 30 overs

This yr, he has a 100 in 13 innings, many of which were played in India .... He will have 5 innings vs. the major sides 

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9 hours ago, zen said:

Against 5 major teams, Rohit indeed has less than 250 runs in 9 innings! 

 

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9 hours ago, zen said:

Against 5 major teams, Rohit indeed has less than 250 runs in 9 innings! 

 

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Primary team India remove India from query
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Start of match date greater than or equal to 1 Jan 2013 remove greater than or equal to 1 Jan 2013 from query
Trophy ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut) remove ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut) from query or World Cup remove World Cup from query
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Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS AveDescending BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s  
V Kohli 2013-2017 9 9 3 412 107 68.66 479 86.01 1 2 0 33 5 investigate this query
S Dhawan 2013-2017 9 9 0 615 137 68.33 592 103.88 2 3 0 70 8 investigate this query
RG Sharma 2013-2017 9 9 0 244 91 27.11 343 71.13 0 2 2 22 6 investigate this query
MS Dhoni 2013-2017 9 6 0 132 65 22.00 135 97.77 0 1 1 10 3
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Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS AveDescending BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s  
V Kohli 2013-2017 9 9 3 412 107 68.66 479 86.01 1 2 0 33 5 investigate this query
S Dhawan 2013-2017 9 9 0 615 137 68.33 592 103.88 2 3 0 70 8 investigate this query
RG Sharma 2013-2017 9 9 0 244 91 27.11 343 71.13 0 2 2 22 6 investigate this query
MS Dhoni 2013-2017 9 6 0 132 65 22.00 135 97.77 0 1 1 10 3

Considering that Bangladesh has been a far more improved ODI side in the last 4-5 years (say since WC 2015), it is fair to add them to the list of major teams. 

 

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Start of match date greater than or equal to 1 Jan 2013 remove greater than or equal to 1 Jan 2013 from query
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Batting position between 1 and 7 remove between 1 and 7 from query
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Overall figures
Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS AveDescending BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s  
V Kohli 2013-2017 11 11 4 511 107 73.00 565 90.44 1 3 0 46 5 investigate this query
S Dhawan 2013-2017 11 11 0 691 137 62.81 676 102.21 2 3 0 80 9 investigate this query
RG Sharma 2013-2017 11 11 1 504 137 50.40 598 84.28 2 2 2 51 10 investigate this query
MS Dhoni 2013-2017 11 7 0 138 65 19.71 146 94.52 0 1 1 10 3 investigate this query

 

 

I would not say earth shattering, but pretty good figures overall to average more than 50 as an opener. 

 

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4 hours ago, sarcastic said:

Considering that Bangladesh has been a far more improved ODI side in the last 4-5 years (say since WC 2015), it is fair to add them to the list of major teams. 

 

The updated table looks like

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Primary team India remove India from query
Opposition team Australia remove Australia from query or Bangladesh remove Bangladesh from query or England remove England from query or New Zealand remove New Zealand from query or Pakistan remove Pakistan from query or South Africa remove South Africa from query
Start of match date greater than or equal to 1 Jan 2013 remove greater than or equal to 1 Jan 2013 from query
Trophy ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut) remove ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut) from query or World Cup remove World Cup from query
Batting position between 1 and 7 remove between 1 and 7 from query
Qualifications matches played greater than or equal to 9 remove matches played greater than or equal to 9 from query
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Overall figures
Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS AveDescending BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s  
V Kohli 2013-2017 11 11 4 511 107 73.00 565 90.44 1 3 0 46 5 investigate this query
S Dhawan 2013-2017 11 11 0 691 137 62.81 676 102.21 2 3 0 80 9 investigate this query
RG Sharma 2013-2017 11 11 1 504 137 50.40 598 84.28 2 2 2 51 10 investigate this query
MS Dhoni 2013-2017 11 7 0 138 65 19.71 16 94.52 0 1 1 10 3  

I would not say earth shattering, but pretty good figures overall to average more than 50 as an opener. 

 

Rohit Sharma fans are among the select few who try hard to bring a team like BD into discussion, which only further reflects poorly on how Rohit has done vs. major teams .... Bringing BD does not change the fact about Rohit stats vs other teams. It is an irrelevant exercise but be my guest if it helps you to feel good :dontknow:

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1 hour ago, zen said:

Rohit Sharma fans are among the select few who try hard to bring a team like BD into discussion, which only further reflects poorly on how Rohit has done vs. major teams .... Bringing BD does not change the fact about Rohit stats vs other teams. It is an irrelevant exercise but be my guest if it helps you to feel good :dontknow:

BD is a major team, you not accepting won't change it.  BD is probably the second best Asian team, atm.  They were the runners up last Asia cup.  They have also beaten our full strength team in an ODI series. 

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26 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

BD is a major team, you not accepting won't change it.  BD is probably the second best Asian team, atm.  They were the runners up last Asia cup.  They have also beaten our full strength team in an ODI series. 

:lol: Whatever floats your boat .... come to the table, when he does well vs the teams listed!

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Looking at the pitches it is all about temperament. Not technique. Even hacks can get away on these surfaces. NZ/Australia have some power hitters down the order who can rack up 100 runs in easily in the last 10 overs. Asian sides will be at a distinct disadvantage as almost all the teams lack finishers. They can go at 5 runs per over for 40 overs from 200 they can reach 300 to 320 easily in the last 10. 

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3 hours ago, zen said:

:lol: Whatever floats your boat .... come to the table, when he does well vs the teams listed!

Can you pull a list of 100s he has against aus in aus. Remember the match winning series sealing 100 vs SA in Sa in 2018?

 

He only played 1 WC So sample set is too low.

 

Remember hisWT20 innings against SA and Pak in the final?

 

You can’t have a myopic vision. Look at the bigger picture and history 

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2 minutes ago, maniac said:

Can you pull a list of 100s he has against aus in aus. Remember the match winning series sealing 100 vs SA in Sa in 2018?

 

He only played 1 WC So sample set is too low.

 

Remember hisWT20 innings against SA and Pak in the final?

 

You can’t have a myopic vision. Look at the bigger picture and history 

I have already said that Rohit is a good bilateral series player, along with being a minnow basher, where you get to play the same team again and again and where you come up with some good tracks to get going 

 

World events require the ability to adjust by playing constantly vs different teams which are usually full strength. I have confidence in Rohit’s ability to bash minnows/relatively weaker teams but not so much vs major sides. If AGF, BD and SL are on menu, he could get good scores. Add WI too on a good surface. But not too sure vs SENA teams in SENA. He has to pull up his socks

 

He is also past his best now. Plays at an unacceptable low SR. Don’t forget that I used to support him but doing it now is not favouring India 

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3 minutes ago, WC2011INDIA said:

Yet the team will end up with 350 max because of how slowly he starts. On such roads, every team will fancy chasing that score.

Very reason we are backing one dimensional bowlers is not to give away 350 runs. If guys like Bumrah/Shami/Kuldeep/Chahal cannot stop us from conceding 350 runs what is the use of them? We might as well go with Thakur, Bhuvi, Chahar atleast they can bat a bit. Our batting line up can play with freedom.

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36 minutes ago, vvvslaxman said:

Very reason we are backing one dimensional bowlers is not to give away 350 runs. If guys like Bumrah/Shami/Kuldeep/Chahal cannot stop us from conceding 350 runs what is the use of them? We might as well go with Thakur, Bhuvi, Chahar atleast they can bat a bit. Our batting line up can play with freedom.

Our bowling attack is overrated. 

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