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  • Brett Lee

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Thread: Hussey Best in World

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    Hussey Best in World

    Mike Hussey's is obviously an outstanding Cricketer but is he the best Batsmen in the World right now, Who is the Best batsmen, Keeper, Bowler, All-Rounder, Fielder
    Heres mine
    Bat-Hussey
    Bowl-Warne
    Keep-Dhoni
    All-Round-Flintoff/Symonds
    Field-Symonds

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    Husseys no where near the best batsman.

    Dhoni isnt the best keeper.

    Symonds isnt close to being the best all rounder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyForPM
    Mike Hussey's is obviously an outstanding Cricketer but is he the best Batsmen in the World right now, Who is the Best batsmen, Keeper, Bowler, All-Rounder, Fielder
    Heres mine
    Bat-Hussey
    Bowl-Warne
    Keep-Dhoni
    All-Round-Flintoff/Symonds
    Field-Symonds

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    Naaah lol...Does his job very well he's been a revelation in the roll the selectors have cast him in...but he's got a way to go


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    In my highly prejudiced opinion,

    Bat-Sehwag
    Bowl-Bond
    Keep-Dhoni
    All-Round-Flintoff (I would rate Pathan higher than Symonds..Wait and watch guys!)
    Field-Symonds

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    Aren't titles supposed to have something to do with the poll?
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    lee an allrounder? fraid not. Personally i would say that razzaq or pollock are better one day players than most of those listed.

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    Pretty limited list, but for me it's Flintoff slightly ahead of Symonds, in ODIs. Symonds is probably a better batsman and certainly much better in the field, but the fact that Flintoff is quite close in the batting area and is also a frontline bowler puts him clear.

    I don't know if Lee really qualifies as an all-rounder in ODIs yet, but he's really not that far behind Pollock as a batsman in the last couple of years, so he's not too far off. Not really one of the best all-rounders in the world, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger
    lee an allrounder?

    Not only has he suddenly become an allrounder, but he's also suddenly become better than Razzaq, Afridi, Bravo, Pollock, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    I don't know if Lee really qualifies as an all-rounder in ODIs yet, but he's really not that far behind Pollock as a batsman in the last couple of years,
    Actually the only reason he's close is because half of his innings have been not outs.

    And the main reason for that is that Pollock can be trusted at 6 or 7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    Actually the only reason he's close is because half of his innings have been not outs.

    And the main reason for that is that Pollock can be trusted at 6 or 7.
    Pollock usually bats at 8... which is precisely where Lee bats most of the time. Mind you, I don't think Lee is as good as Pollock with the bat or anything, but in the last couple of years their performances are quite comparable, as with Vettori and Bravo adn so on. If Lee keeps batting like he has recently in the long term he'll justify being called an all-rounder in ODIs, I think.

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    Brett Lee has the ability to be an all rounder in both forms of the game, the results will start to come soon IMO. (They have already started)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    If Lee keeps batting like he has recently
    What? Averaging 15 runs an innings (like he has done since the beginning of 2005) with just 6 scores above 20, including on 50, and a batting average vastly inflated by not outs? He's a bowler who can bat well, but not an allrounder.

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    IWould have Boucher keeping in my team any day, Gilchrest is good, but as a keeper, Boucher is more exciting.

    Ricky Ponting is the World's best batsman- and probally comes close to the top 20 of all time.

    Warne no doubt the best bowler, I hope he destroys Murali...


    Fielder: Hmmm, Ponting, Symonds, Collingwood, Gibbs, de Villiers... Tough choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chekmeout
    In my highly prejudiced opinion,

    Bat-Sehwag
    Bowl-Bond
    Keep-Dhoni
    All-Round-Flintoff (I would rate Pathan higher than Symonds..Wait and watch guys!)
    Field-Symonds

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