They've probably come further as a unit than individual bowlers, would certainly take Sharma over them on his recent form
I would probably take most of the posters on this site over Ishant Sharma, let alone other international players
The facts are simple: limited overs cricket is the real deal, on the basis of attracting far greater viewership to it than the dinosaur format of test cricket. You gave me a general warning for stating facts. I expect you to do your job better and hand out general warnings to the traditionalist fools who are busy denegrating real cricket in the cricket forum by asking if fandom of test cricket and one day cricket are mutually exclusive.
Does not compute
I've got no idea what sort of "playing careers" either yourself or Burgey have had but I do know that when Burgey is talking seriously about cricket he is a man worth listening to......I haven't seen you contribute a single post to this forum that has made me think anything other than you are a complete waste of bandwidth here.
Your reply to Spark was equally poor and I agree with him entirely that your presence here is detrimental to the forum atmosphere and it is not because of what you say but how you say it.
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Alright, this has turned into a train-wreck again, and given I forgot to replace my previously-deleted post with another warning, let me make this abundantly clear since a whole stack of posters have decided not to get the message from other threads:
Personal attacks are not on, irrespective of who posts them, or who they are directed at. You will be infracted.
I'm not quite sure what serious discussion is actually going on in this thread, but apparently there is some. Stick to that, not petty point-scoring and feuding.
Yeah, so this Sanga guy is pretty ****ty eh?
This thread is silly. If you check the statistics most countries sucked away from home for their first 30-40 years, that's the bottom line. australia didn't become a superb touring side overnight, it took them some time. the same was true of SA, INDIA and WI.
India never really succeeded away from home,or been successful.
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