Always loved watching Mark Waugh bat as a kid.
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When I was a really little kid, Junior was the one batsman I always wanted to watch.
'cause in a clearing when the sunlight comes
exposing all the shadows in our intricate behaviour
i feel a sort of fading
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With 5 votes and 38.46% of the vote Mark Waugh is the clear winner. The numbers don't lie.
Archie - this thread is a joke. You've listed batsmen who average only 42 and who were owned on non-roads like Waugh in Sri Lanka! Greg Chappell would only average around 40 today if he had to play against professional quick bowlers who bowl at 150kph.
If you break up VVS' record, he's consistently been owned on pitches with a bit of life in it. Sure he bashes a big score on a ROAD in Calcutta, but he averages on 34 against England and 37 vs South Africa
That's why Lara is the second best batsman in the world!
I'll just say that of those listed who've I've seen, Mark Waugh was the most enjoyable to watch, but I'd have loved to watch Chappell and Gower more.
Last edited by GotSpin; 05-04-2010 at 06:22 AM.
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In other news, Mark Waugh for me. Always wanted to play those leg clips
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