Rejecting 'analysis by checklist' and 'skill absolutism' since Dec '09
Rejecting 'selection deontology' since Mar '15
should stop judging players for tests by how they go in ODIs and the other way round.
the two forms are very different and they require different skills-set.
(partly why batsmen who excel in both forms tend to be rated higher. you can't be considered a complete batsman if you can't do well in both)
Last edited by centurymaker; 26-11-2012 at 02:04 AM.
However, there are certain things which are universal across formats..temperament being one. For example..Umar Akmal, guy lacks the temperament to play a knock in an ODI game..surely he doesn't have that for Test cricket..
For Sharma, its not about skill-set..he has all the shots in the book, he has that lazy elegance and time of Inzy as someone pointed..what he lacks is temperament..and he is not a newbie anymore..he has been playing international cricket for quite some time now..
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