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Lannister last won the day on September 21 2016

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  1. But he has been playing from a long time and there is nothing to show apart from his batting average which is pretty much meaningless as shown from his numerous failures in WCs. You don't need a special player to score runs against weak teams.
  2. Kohli was right when he said Pujara lacks intent. I guess this is mostly because of his limitations as a batsman. We should've invested in Karun Nair a long time ago.
  3. He has scored some easy runs all through his career, yeah big deal.
  4. The fact that you need to go back to the year 2013 to justify his place just shows how bad he is become as a player. We played QF against the mighty Bangladesh and yes he didn't miss a chance there to score some easy runs and we all know what happened in the next match against Australians.
  5. No. But Rohit Sharma is one of our problems because he don't have anything to offer against strong teams because as you said he is nothing but a flat track bully. Why do you want to keep such FTBs in the team? For me, Cricket is all about WCs and Test matches.
  6. Just answer one simple question. How many ICC tournaments did we win in last 4-5 years? Even SL has won one in that time.
  7. All I am saying that India can still manage without the need of Rohit Sharma. So what unique traits does he bring to the team again?
  8. But he has consistently failed to perform in important games. Was it because of tougher opponents? Anyone can get you runs against weak teams.
  9. But the individuals need to perform when it matters most. Not just score easy runs.
  10. India has one of the worst strike rates in power plays and that is because of Rohit.
  11. This is not about performing in one or two matches, and that too against weak teams. Does he have what it takes to win World Cup for India? Can he deliver it in knockout stages against top teams?
  12. If he's going to choke in World cups because he cannot handle pressure, then what good is he?
  13. CT was held in England last year, how much did he average then? He is an FTB and on top of that lack kajoons to perform when there's a little bit of pressure.
  14. He's never a match winner for us. So why all this hoopla for a mediocre player?

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