Originally Posted by Sanz
So What are you arguing here ?
Tendulkar has played 4 finals in WC (1 GF, 2 SF and one QF) averages :- 45.75, Gilly averages 50.5 in 6 matches, Ponting 42.25 in 9 matches.
Wow so much of difference. What an eye opener. I am just shattered to know the astronomical difference between the averages of Gilchrist and Tendulkar in all types of Finals in the world cup. It clearly proves thjat Gilchrist is the best ODI batsman ever to walk on the earth.
So much for Ponting being so good in WC All Finals, Except for the 140 Not out against India, he has been ordinary at best.
It argues that both Ponting and Gilly have better WC finals records? You left out SR, that's what makes Tendulkar the weakest of the 3 and Gilly the most superior. Tendulkar is in the 70s I think, Ponting in the 80s and Gilchrist strikes at about 120 IIRC.
There really isn't much difference in their overall record either. That was the whole point. Both Gilly and Ponting can lay claim to this title.
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Last edited by Ikki; 29-05-2008 at 01:21 AM.