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    Did Aus serve revenge as a cold dish?

    we have won our 'first ever in AUS ' in both tests and ODIs .So that's a great achievement. Yes... Starc, Cummins,Hazlewood were rested but Chahal,Bumrah,Hardik,Kedar also were not playing all matches for us.Infact if any ,Starc, Cummins & Hazlewood were forced by our batsmen to not play the ODI series by enormously wearing & tiring them in the test series.AUS team management foresaw that they can't afford to have a 2nd test series loss to an Asian team straight away(vs SL), so they were rested.After all, one can't have it both ways.Isn't it???
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    Dhoni at #4

    one thing for sure .... if Dhoni is in the eleven, 4rth is his best spot.Can't expect him emerging victorious from a '15 over 135 to get' situation as he used to do in the past
  3. think Sastri is of Karnataka origin. Coming to the topic , a great achievement despite Sastri as a part of this set up
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    Kedhar Jadhav :player without X factor

    then what happend to other renowned batsmen Dhawan,Rohit &Kohli ? Chances are part of the game. Still need to make those chances count.Dhoni scored his last 49 runs of just 53 balls. Taking all things into account, that was a quality inns.And the 2nd chance Finch dropped was not a sitter either. It was so powerfully hit.
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    Kedhar Jadhav :player without X factor

    superb inns from Jhadav....and if any spot Dhoni deserves in the team is the 4rth spot. Well played both along with Chahal. Though not a fluent inns by his past standards, Dhoni's was a high calibre inns based on the context. Aussies were giving nothing away, bowling to a plan , thus making run scoring not at all easy.
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    Ranji trophy 2018-19

    Kerala into the semis for the first time... It would be a great achievement if they can win the title.
  7. if he had the 'captaincy' ability to put his plains into practice Mayank Agarwal would have been playing right from the 3rd test in SAF itself.Instead he played Parthiv for that opener spot.Had Mayank played in that 3rd test, India would have benefitted lot better in the next ENG tour .
  8. just because he won a series against a depleted AUS side , he is boasting of such high ambitions. He comfortably forgot about the just preceded 2 high profile away series which had high influence of his idiotic captaincy blunders..
  9. good intentions. But you need to change a lot more for that .Firstly make sure to kick out that absolutely undeserving parasite leech feminist pig andiulji from not interfering into your matters.Thus make sure that your plans do not get interrupted in the midway for some petty cheap dirty wicked intentions of some absolutely undeserving leeches who do not have any business into coming across your plans. Secondly make team selections lot lot more sensibly.For that a good coach is a must. Highly doubt that parasite Sastri is adequate enough for that. Good coaches always would be constructive and competent in the form of watching out for talented youngsters in the domestic, would always be analysing the plus and minus of these youngsters, would always know w.r.t when & where as to a talented youngster can be given chances , how this talented youngster can be effectively groomed for the long term benefit of the team,which players can be put in the eleven for the coming match based on the pitch conditions, strengths of the opponents etc etc.
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    Rinku Singh

    was just about to start a new topic w.r.t him ... he seems to be that left hander we needs in the team... team is filled with too many right handers.He is only 21+ , looks promising, mentally tough. Deserves his chances.
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    to add to earlier said, looking forward eagerly to how Kohli fares in the next 2 world cups of his. Now that he has established as the impact batsman of this team , all eyes will be on him to perform brilliantly in at least one of them. So he would be facing the same pressure of expectations from millions across the nation that Sachin had faced thru out his career. I am eagerly looking forward to that.
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    Siraj - not impressed

    Siraj's game is lot more suited for test cricket , it seems. He prefers to give the maximum effort of creating those wkt taking deliveries in intervals at the expense of leaking a lot of runs, it seems, And that game is lot more suited to tests. Any way , it is too early as of now.
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    stilll .. would be very difficult to conclude when all factors are taken into account .Then it all comes to one's own general perception after giving weightages to all these factors and taking all of them as a whole.For instance for me....Sachin played in an era when the general avg: team score was far lesser when compared to that of now a days. So naturally it comes down to how much weightage it can be given to this factor of keeping out those comparatively very high percentage of wkt: taking deliveries that comes thru out an inns on the avg: in general .Similarly the amount of pressure Sachin had to cope with and how much weightage one gives to that factor.For me I gives lots of weightage to these factors and hence if could be still Sachin for me.On the other hand for some others who does not give that much weightage to these factors, it could be Kohli ....

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