Mumbai are currently leading the West Zone table and they're done with the Zone phase. Rohit Sharma is still doing well for his team, and going by stats, he's done well for himself too. He's got a healthy average over 45 and a strike rate over 145. He's got a shout of being the best Indian T20 player now, and dropping him for the scratchy Ravi Jadeja was a capital blooper.
Baroda's got a match in hand, and there are three batsmen averaging over 40, and all being unknowns, including the unfancied Deccan player Azhar Bilakhia. There's Yusuf Pathan again, with a double century strike, and an average of 34- with seven wickets (leading) at 15, though he went for close to ten an over.
"Talent is nothing without opportunity"
"You're not remembered for aiming at the target, but hitting it"
Twenty20 used to be boring.