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Bradman is the greatest, Sachin comes only second: Waugh, Benaud

Bradman is the greatest, Sachin comes only second: Waugh, Benaud  

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If Bradman had only played the number of Test matches Tendulkar has (forget ODIs and T20s)' date= he would have made 100 Test centuries there itself. It is so unfair that some people on this forum time and again will try to prove that "Mr. Selfish" Sachin Tendulkar is the greatest ever. He is NOT. He is not even close. And there is no reason to belittle Bradman's accomplishments. Bradman played in an era where he had to face bowlers on uncovered pitches. There wasn't enough money in cricket to fund your life, so you had to do a separate job as well. Considering that nobody in history even came close to that average, Bradman is by far the greatest cricketer ever to have lived on this planet.
You should have put this at the end,most will stop reading after this:hysterical:

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If Bradman had only played the number of Test matches Tendulkar has (forget ODIs and T20s), he would have made 100 Test centuries there itself. It is so unfair that some people on this forum time and again will try to prove that "Mr. Selfish" Sachin Tendulkar is the greatest ever. He is NOT. He is not even close. And there is no reason to belittle Bradman's accomplishments. Bradman played in an era where he had to face bowlers on uncovered pitches. There wasn't enough money in cricket to fund your life, so you had to do a separate job as well. Considering that nobody in history even came close to that average, Bradman is by far the greatest cricketer ever to have lived on this planet.
Thanks for this important piece of (co)information.

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If Bradman had only played the number of Test matches Tendulkar has (forget ODIs and T20s), he would have made 100 Test centuries there itself. It is so unfair that some people on this forum time and again will try to prove that "Mr. Selfish" Sachin Tendulkar is the greatest ever. He is NOT. He is not even close. And there is no reason to belittle Bradman's accomplishments. Bradman played in an era where he had to face bowlers on uncovered pitches. There wasn't enough money in cricket to fund your life, so you had to do a separate job as well. Considering that nobody in history even came close to that average, Bradman is by far the greatest cricketer ever to have lived on this planet.
Yet you have no qualms at personal attacks on Sachin and calling him selfish again and again? I think one of the point to be noted is, you are pointing out weaknesses of players like Sehwag and Viv becuase you have watched them live, yet you are calling Bradman perfect without watching him live. Also for Sachin, you had the luxury of watching his innings to know how 'selfish' he was, yet you never watched a single Bradman innings to know how much of a team player he was, etc. BTW, the point you make about cricket not having enough money can work both ways. The very reason cricket did not have enough money was also why cricket could not attract enough talent except Bradman. Its like we take take the Bangladeshi premier league to conclude that Afridi and Shaqib are way ahead of the others so they must be the all time best players. Hey but look what they are competing against.

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]Yet you have no qualms at personal attacks on Sachin and calling him selfish again and again? I think one of the point to be noted is, you are pointing out weaknesses of players like Sehwag and Viv becuase you have watched them live, yet you are calling Bradman perfect without watching him live. Also for Sachin, you had the luxury of watching his innings to know how 'selfish' he was, yet you never watched a single Bradman innings to know how much of a team player he was, etc. .
what else you want to call a selfish player other than selfish :nervous::nervous: anyway you want everyone to call Nradman as selfish , who played only for the sake of maintaining his average of 100 :hysterical::hysterical:

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SRT vs Don is old :yawn: SRT is being over-shadowed by the likes of Kohli already so prepare for Kohli vs Don :P Like legends before him, SRT takes the back-seat now ....

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