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    saeed anwar

    I miss him he was a wonderfull batsman.I recently watched the 194 of his againts india it was absloutely brilliant.I just touch the ball with the bat and ti races away to the boundry absloutely amazing.He is my role model he is my hero.
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    You might enjoy Liam's deconstruction of his career, then.
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    What a fine player and one who always lifted against India. His 100 against them in the 2003 WC was pretty classy.
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    Far, far better than the subsequent Tendulkar knock, yes.


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    Saeed anwar is definitely ma favourite batsman of all time.... I miss him alot... Great player...
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    I never get tired of watching him bat. He wasn't arrogant like most top players. he lets his bat do the talking. superb player.

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    He should have played till he would have been 40 yrs old as pakistan doesn't have any decent opener right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    Far, far better than the subsequent Tendulkar knock, yes.
    anwar was a terrific batsman, i think he was the most graceful and i enjoyed watching him bat the most

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    how was his knock superior to tendulkars?!
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    You havent heard of the First Chance theory, have you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja moo
    You havent heard of the First Chance theory, have you ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hit4Six
    anwar was a terrific batsman, i think he was the most graceful and i enjoyed watching him bat the most

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    how was his knock superior to tendulkars?!
    Because he made 100-something.
    Tendulkar made a pristine 47 - then got himself out.
    That Razzaq was not good enough to complete the dismissal says nothing about Tendulkar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wahindiawah
    He should have played till he would have been 40 yrs old as pakistan doesn't have any decent opener right now.
    Clearly, Salman Butt's ODI-average of 50 denotes him a very poor opener.

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    Comm'on Richard, wahIndiawah has a point there. Just because he loves to bash Pakistan doesn't mean he isn't capable of raising a good point or two occasionally.

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    He's got a point in the Test-match game, but Salman Butt has certainly had a terrific start to his ODI-career and to suggest that Pakistan have no openers of quality is incorrect.
    We wait with interest, of course, to see how he does outside the subcontinent - a test so many Pakistani batsmen have failed.

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