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  • Inzamam Ul Haq

    13 22.03%
  • Michael bevan

    23 38.98%
  • Steve Waugh

    27 45.76%
  • Brian Lara

    9 15.25%
  • Hansie Cronje

    5 8.47%
  • Aravinda De Silva

    9 15.25%
  • Stephen Fleming

    4 6.78%
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    Icon5 Which cricket player performs/performed best under pressure?

    Inzamam Ul Haq
    Micheal Bevan
    Steve Waugh
    Brian Lara
    Stephen Fleming
    Hansie Cronje
    Aravinda De Silva

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    I think michael bevan, haq and steve waugh makes the cut.You ca also vote multiple options.

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    And Andy Flower....
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    Steve Waugh.

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    I voted Hansie Cronje. There must have been times he was fearing for life when he screwed up a fix, but that monobrow rarely looked furrowed.

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    Steven Roger Waugh without a shadow of a doubt. The others are just plain uphill gardening.

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    hey,
    martyn doesnt make the cut. offlate only he has been delivering under pressure , but still not consistent enough.
    Chanderpaul also is not consistent enough. I would say recently ramnaresh sarwan is able to soak up pressure and play well. still lot of west indies players are evolving.
    Klusener is good too, but who can forget how he messed up 1999 world cup semifinals.so above players i mentioned are kinda proven performers.looks like aussies are leading.

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    what about Gilchrist ? if ever somone should be in that list it's probably him.

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    I didn't vote for Steve Waugh. I think his ability to play in pressure situations was over-rated. He certainly had some sublime innings under pressure, but he isn't the "bat-for-your-life" player that people made him out to be IMO.

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    dude.,
    gilchrist comes as opener in onedays. So i would not say that the pressure is too much for him. Moreover if he fails somebody will make up for him down the order.
    In tests gilchrist has proven failures continuously in sub-continent when put under pressure.

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    Someone forgot to include Sachin's name in the list.

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    Bevan by a a squillion miles...

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    all 3 of them?

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