All Time Test XI:
Openers: S.Gavaskar V.Sehwag Middle Order: V.Richards S.Tendulkar B.Lara All Rounders: G.Sobers I Khan (C) WK: A.Gilchrist Bowlers: W.Akram M.Marshall M.Muralitharan
All Time ODI XI:
WK: A.Gilchrist S.Tendulkar V.Richards R. Ponting M. Dhoni M. Bevan Allrounder: K.Dev Bowlers: W.Akram J. Garner M.Muralitharan G. McGrath
Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?
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Those were greentops. Doesn't mean they were bad pitches, but the low scores and flurry of wickets were definitely not down to **** batting.
Yes that is all correct. But that doesn't mean its not a greentop. It just means the Indian batsmen weren't willing/couldn't bat properly on the wicket.
Flem is saying it wasn't a greentop, which is crazy imo. Clearly those wickets were green, everyone acknowledges that. The debate/argument is whether those wickets were bad for cricket.
I don't really see how you can blame NZ anyway. The weather was the main reason they were so green. From what I remember, NZ were apologetic for a lot of the tour because there was not much they could do about it.
Think pitches like the Wellington surface or great for test cricket. It really ****s me that New Zealand curators are falling over themselves to produce roads nowadays. We're playing at home, and the conditions should suit our strengths (clearly our seam bowling).
Anyway, this has gone waaaaaay off topic.
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Think this piece by Ed Smith sums Sehwag up pretty well, in terms of the mental strength he has shown in staying true to his own game despite the type of consistent failures that may have others adopting an alternative approach.
Ed Smith : Ed Smith: The pragmatic art of Virender Sehwag | Cricinfo Magazine | ESPN Cricinfo
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