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Boobie is done & dusted in white ball cricket after dual debacle in T20 World cup.

 

But can he be a condition specific bowler in SENA in test cricket ?


How about him as a 3rd or 4th fast bowler in South Africa or a first morning new ball burst in England or NZ.

A strict No No in Aus though.

Can he reinvent himself or is it end of the road of him?

 

 

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13 minutes ago, deepdynamo said:

Boobie is done & dusted in white ball cricket after dual debacle in T20 World cup.

 

But can he be a condition specific bowler in SENA in test cricket ?


How about him as a 3rd or 4th fast bowler in South Africa or a first morning new ball burst in England or NZ.

A strict No No in Aus though.

Can he reinvent himself or is it end of the road of him?

 

 

 

He is bowling at a speed now just a bit faster than the Indian Women fast bowlers.

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12 minutes ago, Suhaan said:

He will comeback just before 50 over wc,very popular among meek ex cricketers and TM

Siraj will surely be benched

 

You bunch are so thankless. They played Siraj over other overrated options you were suggesting. Now you are making yourself happy thinking they will err and give you the chance to criticize.

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6 hours ago, deepdynamo said:

Boobie is done & dusted in white ball cricket after dual debacle in T20 World cup.

 

But can he be a condition specific bowler in SENA in test cricket ?


How about him as a 3rd or 4th fast bowler in South Africa or a first morning new ball burst in England or NZ.

A strict No No in Aus though.

Can he reinvent himself or is it end of the road of him?

 

 

 

No.  Bhuvi's time is done.  He's past his prime and we should be looking at the next generation now.  Deepak Chahar and his ilk should be looked at.   I mean, I have been a fan of Bhuvi's brilliant swing bowling for years - and his Man of the series performance in England ( with ball and bat), and his special bowling in reducing South Africa to 12/3 in the 1st test of a 3 test series in SA - a test match eventually lost due to a dropped slip catch and an iconic ABDV rearguard fightback - showcase what could have been possible with a fit Bhuvi.  But things just didn't work out that way.  

 

Its too late now.  He's got too many bowling miles on his body, and past his peak.  Let him earn some $$$ in IPL etc.  But its time to turn the page. 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, QuarantineTormentino said:

Why would you want him back??? Siraj is literally Bhuvi with more pace

 

what are you smoking?

 

I love Siraj and have been backing him since 2017, but he does not have the ability to move the ball both ways without any 'tell' for batsmen, the way bhuvi does.  Siraj is special in his own way, and after Bumrah, that rare commodity in India - a lead dog pacer with a nose for wickets and attacking the stumps - something that Bhuvi even at his peak didn't have.  

 

But claiming that Siraj is "Bhuvi with more pace", is just all kinds of ignorant.  

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7 hours ago, deepdynamo said:

Boobie is done & dusted in white ball cricket after dual debacle in T20 World cup.

 

But can he be a condition specific bowler in SENA in test cricket ?


How about him as a 3rd or 4th fast bowler in South Africa or a first morning new ball burst in England or NZ.

A strict No No in Aus though.

Can he reinvent himself or is it end of the road of him?

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, deepdynamo said:

Boobie is done & dusted in white ball cricket after dual debacle in T20 World cup.

 

But can he be a condition specific bowler in SENA in test cricket ?


How about him as a 3rd or 4th fast bowler in South Africa or a first morning new ball burst in England or NZ.

A strict No No in Aus though.

Can he reinvent himself or is it end of the road of him?

 

 

A swansong tour in Eng or NZ in swing friendly conditions sure, not much elsewhere please, if BCCI must.

 

Chuckte Raho

TC

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