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  1. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    The so called GOAT barely averages in early 30's outside subcontinental comfort in AWAY matches. 88 of them. Sample size enough http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/player/35320.html?class=2;filter=advanced;home_or_away=2;opposition=1;opposition=2;opposition=3;opposition=4;opposition=5;orderby=default;template=results;type=batting
  2. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    LOL..nothing beats SRT's ravenous beastly exploits as opener on subcontinental flat tracks against minnows. Opportunist FTB par excellence. http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/player/35320.html?class=2;filter=advanced;opposition=12;opposition=15;opposition=25;opposition=26;opposition=27;opposition=28;opposition=29;opposition=9;orderby=default;template=results;type=batting Nearly a quarter of his tons are against RANK minnows on flat tracks in Asia.
  3. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    A lot better than you ever will. An avg of 36 is not terrible except the fact that the huge drop in avg of 36 is goes down to sub 20 in Aus whenever McGrath plays. Yuvraj WON Us 2 WCs. 2007 T20 and 20111 WC. He was man of the series in both. What's your point ?
  4. Anti-Defection Law: Death of democracy

    I don't know what your political inclinations are - but if not for the " chaddidharis " and other BS you have spewed, India would have split into many nations. Perhaps nationalism and national integration may not be your thing - you sound like a perverse male version of Arundhati Roy.
  5. Anti-Defection Law: Death of democracy

    Anti Defection Law must be outlawed ENTIRELY. Party defection- if it helps build a majority government and not a fractious $hitty coalition can only strengthen democracy.
  6. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    Someone with a "patchy" technique like a Sehwag - who has always been a lower middle order - becomes a pioneer of Test match opening batting, setting up most of our wins for a decade - scoring BIG tons everywhere - be it Aus, Eng, RSA when we barely had any openers in the country. Whereas that legend Sachin with the divine technique - who was very particular and fidgety about opening in ODIS where the white ball swings far less than the red ball and field restrictions are on in the first 15 overs - never offered to open the batting in tests against the red ball - for his masterful divine technique. Incidentally, Englands last world class pace bowler- James Anderson and one of their greats - repeatedly OWNED him. Lost count of the number of times Sachin's divine technique was found wanting against Anderson's swing bowling.
  7. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    What people totally discount is the fact that Kohli is also the captain. A very difficult SELFLESS JOB with huge added responsibility, when you are also the premier batsman in you your side. Tendulkar had 2 stints as captain. We all know what happened with the pathetic results there. In the second stint in 2000 - Tendulkar had the same the very same nucleus of players that Ganguly later inherited - and we all know how Ganguly turned it around when we were in the dumps. The key difference between Tendulkar and Kohli - is that one looks only beyond himself and has the fiercest desire to win - win at all costs. Whereas the other... And it shows in the results
  8. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    What do you sell as a sports " dealer " ? BS logic and hyperbolic subjective assessments ?
  9. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    HAHAHAHA...no comments.
  10. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    LOLz..I am the only one who is talking/giving facts. Your lot have given no facts but you expect people to swallow your silly fanbouy subjective assessments down their throats. Dishonesty much.
  11. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    Compare this Kohli assault on 140K Malinga yorkers in Aus, to Tendulkars knock against Moody, Kasprowicz and Co. on Sharjah pattas. NO COMPARISON. Seems like that Sharjah patta knock against a mediocre Aussie attacks is more about Tony Grieg's commentary than about true quality of Aussie bowling or the knock.
  12. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    Damien Fleming was an " decent " swing bowler. Nothing more, nothing less. To call an attack where he was the only decent bowler as " greatest to have ever played " as was attributed by that " goose " fanbouy is just pathetic hyperbole. Pak ODI attack in those days was 10 times more lethal than the Aus - as no one had figured Saqlains doora then, Akhtar was at his lethal best and Akram and Co were too menacing in reverse swing conditions in Sharjah.
  13. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    yeah..Kohli has such a clown @ss technique that not a single bowler on the planet has a wood over him. Whereas Tendulkar with his divine technique was not only owned by Mcgrath, but even the likes of Abdur Razzaq and Hansie Cronje
  14. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    ^ Koi Nai. You have always been a chicken when confronted with facts. Tendulkar vs Mcgrath 2 WC encounters: 1999 knock-out - Out for single digits ( Mcgrath ) 2003 finals - Out for single digits ( Mcgrath ) ^ I thought big players raise their games in clutch matches. Has it not been the case with most sporting legends ? Who was the bigger player here ? Tendulkar in ODIS vs Aus when Mcgrath is playing. http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/player/35320.html?class=2;filter=advanced;orderby=default;player_involve=2101;template=results;type=batting - Avg drops to 36. Tendulkar's fanboys can keep getting countless orgasms about his Sharjah patta exploits against Tom Moody, Fleming, Steve Waugh etc...but the fact is when it mattered vs. Australia - Mcgrath was his BOSS.
  15. Kohli's chances of beating SRT's 1998 record year

    You are too ignorant to reply with facts - in response to facts. It is not my " ranting " but your dishonesty/ ignorance that is the problem.

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