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Old 22nd April 2016, 20:58   #21
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Not only he is best player but also he is loved and admired with his awesome look, style, nature and devotion for his country. The way he bats and the way he builds innings is all amazing. I did not saw anybody better than him in cricket world currently. He is young, energetic, beautiful, handsome (http://www.goalcric.com/list/most-ha...icket-players/) and talented.
Another list that KP comes out on top of.

Presumably Ahmed Shahzad's mum voted a lot?
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Old 22nd April 2016, 21:27   #22
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Another list that KP comes out on top of.

Presumably Ahmed Shahzad's mum voted a lot?
As did Watson's.
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Old 22nd April 2016, 23:30   #23
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As did Watson's.
People just voted for Watson to change the image
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Old 7th July 2016, 12:54   #24
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virat scored 70 runs in 5 innings in westindies

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I do not think kohli is good batsman .Australian bowling is so weak without starc and improper spin, no way you can return back into game from 3 or 4 down with only 6 over left to chase 160 plus ,

Indians nearly beaten vs BD but their Lucks works wonder.virat bats well only [ most 77 percentages ] when poor bowling or FLAT TRACK [ PATA ] wicket.

if india bats 2nd at Mumbai and Calcutta we will know how he can survives vs different team than pak or aus.
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virat scored 70 in 5 innings there including innings of 30 in last test, he and vijay [ 69 in 6 including 45 in one innings ] must makes runs before july 21st in practice matches.
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On the team's biggest learning so far through this period of success...

Biggest learning... I think is what we have done well over the last four Test matches not before, I would say, is be patient when there's been a partnership. I think there was one instance in West Indies in Jamaica when we kept going positive and we didn't hold back and we couldn't take 20 wickets and the bowlers got tired. I think we have done the patience bit very well in the series against New Zealand and England, bogging down the batsman and earning wickets in difficult situations in the game. That's something we want to do and to improve on as a team. When everyone is young, everyone is excited in the team. Sometimes people tend to get carried away and you don't understand the importance of being patient. But I think the guys have worked hard on their fitness, they don't mind bowling dot balls without attacking the batsmen throughout the day. They have the fitness to bowl all day in one channel and when the door opens, just sneak in. That's the biggest learning we have had in the past season and we'd like to take that forward.
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Old 8th February 2017, 17:20   #26
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Not only he is best player but also he is loved and admired with his awesome look, style, nature and devotion for his country. The way he bats and the way he builds innings is all amazing. I did not saw anybody better than him in cricket world currently. He is young, energetic, beautiful, handsome (http://www.goalcric.com/list/most-ha...icket-players/) and talented.
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Old 10th February 2017, 06:38   #27
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He look like getting another massive score in the Bangladesh test currently on 174 off 209 balls. Rahane's just gone to a lovely catch from Mehedi though so maybe that'll unsettle Kohli but I doubt it!
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Since July 2016 he has scored 4 double hundreds. That's 12 Tests.

Tendukar only scored 6 in 200 Tests.

Root has 2, Williamson and Smith 1

He becomes the first batsman in Test history to register 4 double centuries in 4 consecutive Test series
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Old 10th February 2017, 13:22   #29
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Since July 2016 he has scored 4 double hundreds. That's 12 Tests.

Tendukar only scored 6 in 200 Tests.

Root has 2, Williamson and Smith 1

He becomes the first batsman in Test history to register 4 double centuries in 4 consecutive Test series
Not a single one of his first 8 hundreds was converted to a 150.

Just two of his next 8 hundreds have been lower than 150.
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Had a good chance to get a triple today but didn't review the second time for some reason, he even seemed hesitant about reviewing the first time even though it was always going down leg. Weird when they were already on a big score and had 2 reviews remaining.
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He becomes the first batsman in Test history to register 4 double centuries in 4 consecutive Test series
I see that some sources are describing this feat as 'surpassing' Bradman. I suppose it's true....The Don only managed to score 4 double-hundreds over two consecutive series. Twice.
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