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I hope title is right. (if mods can think of better and more appropriate then please change it) so In this thread, we will give some stats about a player and then you can use what ever you want, statsguru on cricinfo is the most useful, to name the player. I will start with one. I have 41 centuries overall (tests, odis, t20, list A, first class) I have played for ICC world XI I have played for Leicestershire county I have played for Ireland :two_thumbs_up: first correct answer to this gets $50,000 from me. thats only for this question, ICF money involved is optional.

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But he doesn't have 41 centuries:haha:
oh my... i got that so wrong. i dont know what i did probably mixed different number up. my bad. but you stil got it. i think mainly of my reputation on ICF. :--D

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number 2 My test batting averrage is better than my ODI My test Bowling averrage is better than my ODI combined i have 22000+ International runs I have played for two countries too.
Dravid?

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#3 HI am only ODI and test player. I Have Played same Number of ODI and Test Matches I Have same number of 50s I have taken same number of catches in both formats I have not bowled a single ball in international cricket. My Average is below 35 in both formats In my last test innings I have faced 239 balls.

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#3 HI am only ODI and test player. I Have Played same Number of ODI and Test Matches I Have same number of 50s I have taken same number of catches in both formats I have not bowled a single ball in international cricket. My Average is below 35 in both formats In my last test innings I have faced 239 balls.
Khurram Manzoor

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#5 ODI and Test only Left Hand Bat and bowl I average less than 20 with bat and more than 35 with ball, thats both formats. I have equal #fours in both frormats made my test debut 5 years after my ODI debut played more than 100 matches across both formats was Born in Pakistan and played against pakistan

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#5 ODI and Test only Left Hand Bat and bowl I average less than 20 with bat and more than 35 with ball, thats both formats. I have equal #fours in both frormats made my test debut 5 years after my ODI debut played more than 100 matches across both formats was Born in Pakistan and played against pakistan
Mohammed Rafique of Bangladesh. He was born in Dhaka which was part of Pakistan at the time of his birth!

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sachdan thats right too. i ned to up the level i think. and you people can post your question too, its not just my thread ;d
Quality of questions are top class, no need to up the level. My head has already started paining thinking about various players :--D

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Tests and ODI's I'm a legend, even though I didn't play 100 matches across both formats Batted left handed, bowled right handed I was involved in a very infamous dismissal in cricket's history My nephew too has played Intn'l cricket and he has a bowling average of 50+ in both formats

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Tests and ODI's I'm a legend, even though I didn't play 100 matches across both formats Batted left handed, bowled right handed I was involved in a very infamous dismissal in cricket's history My nephew too has played Intn'l cricket and he has a bowling average of 50+ in both formats
Chappell?? Trevor

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Tests and ODI's I'm a legend, even though I didn't play 100 matches across both formats Batted left handed, bowled right handed I was involved in a very infamous dismissal in cricket's history My nephew too has played Intn'l cricket and he has a bowling average of 50+ in both formats
Alvin Kalicharan

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What was the infamous dismissal
If I remember correctly WI playing a test against England, when on the last ball of the day batsman played a defensive shot. Kalicharan knew that there was no run, he started walking towards the pavilion and bowler run out him. Umpire gave him out because he didn't call the over yet. This led to the controversy and in next test, main players didn't play. Some details maybe wrong. I read this about 10 years ago.

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Alvin Kalicharan
:hatsoff:
What was the infamous dismissal
What many regard as his finest innings, 158 against England in Port of Spain in 1973-4, was shrouded in controversy. Having made 142, he watched Bernard Julien play the last ball of the first day to Tony Greig at silly point before walking down the pitch towards the pavilion never having returned to his crease from backing up. Greig threw down the bowlers stumps and Kallicharran was given out by Douglas Sang Hue only to be reinstated next morning after the mood of the tour had been soured.
CI

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