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    1) Flintoff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja moo
    1) Flintoff
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    4) Malik
    Hmm I agree with Kallis and Flintoff's ranking . But I am seriously doubtful about Malik . I guess Razzaq is better . Jayasuriya is also questionable..
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    For India, yep, Ajit Agarkar

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    Anthony McGrath should receive an honourable mention


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    India's best all-rounder is ofcourse Sachin Tendulkar. Bowling is pretty useful, also an excellent out-fielder and a very safe catcher..
    Dravid would be next, due to his keeping responsibilities. Even though his keeping isn't upto the standard, his overall skills are extremely important for team balance..
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    clearly none of you know anything at all...

    Boof is easily the best all rounder in world cricket and hes only been mentioned in this thread once, absolutley ridiculas the lot of you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by age_master
    clearly none of you know anything at all...

    Boof is easily the best all rounder in world cricket and hes only been mentioned in this thread once, absolutley ridiculas the lot of you.
    He doesn't compare with Ricardo Powell

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    Quote Originally Posted by age_master
    clearly none of you know anything at all...

    Boof is easily the best all rounder in world cricket and hes only been mentioned in this thread once, absolutley ridiculas the lot of you.
    It's all-rounder of YOUR current national team, not the world..
    In the World, without doubt he is best. Pollock comes close..

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    My list of the worlds best allrounders

    1)Dave Mohammed
    2)Rikki Clarke
    3)Ricardo Powell
    4)Dinesh Mongia
    5)Ian Blackwell
    6)Brad Hogg
    7)Trevor Gripper
    8)Anthony McGrath
    9)Sachin Tendulkar(whos first class bowling average of 58 is awe inspiring)
    10)Upul Chandana

    followed by Lehmann, Pollock, Bravo, and the rubbish ones-Kallis, Flintoff, etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by superkingdave
    Would you not agree that Flintoff would currently get in to the England team as a batter or a bowler(ankle permitting) alone? The same can not be said of Kallis
    That is a silly way of looking at things. Gary Sobers would not have made the West Indies side for his bowling, but no one is questioning his right to be deemed the best allrounder of his time. It should be the same with Kallis who is clearly the best allrounder in the world by far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FRAZ
    Pinch hitters dont have the average like Razzaq and they dont have 1.30 wickets per match with a good SR .... And I know that India has the best produce of cricketers of all kind in the world ... I admitt . So apart from India can any one else dare to discuss some thing about this poor ordinary world and the others apart from "India"???? This will be quite helpfull for the promotion of cricket in other parts of the world . Plzz let other countrymen discuss about their B class cricketers.
    And pinch hitters can hit may be a couple of boundries in an over of Mcgrath but Apart from Razzaq no one has ever hit 5 well calculated rolling boundries in the same over of Mcgrath ............

    Dude, you dont make much sense to me and I wasn't even discussing India (not a single word related to India in my last post), I gave my opinion on Razzaq's allround skills as a cricketer. If you dont like it, too bad I am not here to please you, find a pakistani board and there you will have lot of people who have same view as yours.

    As I said, Razzaq was an allrounder, not anymore, If you disagree with me than prove me wrong rather than just blabbering your hate-filled mouth and bringing India in every discussion. You kind of proved my point by giving the example of Razzaq hitting Mcgrath for 5 fours in an over, typical pinch hitter style that too done 4-5 years ago. Razzaq was a good prospect then, not anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nedved's Fan
    It should be the same with Kallis who is clearly the best allrounder in the world by far.

    No he's not "by far" - since his bowling is nowhere near as good as it used to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nedved's Fan
    That is a silly way of looking at things. Gary Sobers would not have made the West Indies side for his bowling, but no one is questioning his right to be deemed the best allrounder of his time. It should be the same with Kallis who is clearly the best allrounder in the world by far.
    Exactly. How Flintoff could be ranked above Kallis on the basis of good performances against New Zealand and West Indies is beyond me. This perception is probably caused by bias and people prefering more explosive players to those that actually do the business.
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    Well, one of our best just got killed while at work...although to be fair he was more of a pinch hitter. Suppose it has to be Mohamad Zeeshan Ali or Majid Zia Butt.

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