The speed at which a fielding team gets through the innings is overrated.
All of the comeback gang, with the exception of Sehwag, have had good figures, but mostly inflated by this match, and they only played two. They will, however, need to play a few more domestic games to get right back in the running. Nayar's figures, though, may need a second look. He's bowled a little less than Zaheer, but has finished with respectable figures over the series, and has kept his batting form going. May be unlucky to miss out on an India cap, although weak bowling won't help his cause.
"Talent is nothing without opportunity"
"You're not remembered for aiming at the target, but hitting it"
Twenty20 used to be boring.
Agreed. I want to see above-average performances from Zak in Ranji. I'm not going to say an average because we don't know what kind of pitches he'll be served up in Ranji, but he needs to show that he can perform with consistency at a high level
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'Stats' is not a synonym for 'Career Test Averages'
Originally Posted by Jeffrey Tucker
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