lol you people are so hung up on statistics which are virtually impossible to put into proper context. Lara for me was the more talented and better player, especially when he was focused on the job. Lara had a greater range of shots, was more imposing and dominant when he got set and was far more attractive and entertaining to watch. Tendulkar was a model of consistency and longevity but Lara takes it for me as the best batsmen of the generation in question.
Yeah, but Tendulkar managed to be the batsman of two generations - 1997-2003 and 2008-11. Taste them apples.
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