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The Glam Nine Batsman: ODI and t20 Cricket
Which batsman is the most pleasing to the eye is a very good question to ask yourself. Today I will select my personal glam nine only one from each nation from the current generation. Guess it if you can 4 left-handers and 5 right-handers. The teams being AustraliaBangladeshEnglandIndiaNew ZeelandPakistanSouth AfricaSri LankaWest Indies My choice is nowhere based on runs, only how classy their batting is. I have tried not to look into the t20 cricket aspect of batting Only International Cricket has been considered Australia- Alex Carey This was a tough one but I settled for Carey. A highly talented bloke Alex Carey was always there for Australia whenever they lost track during the cricket world cup. The way he carves those drives is lovely. Bangladesh- Soumya Sarkar Still a young bloke, Soumya Sarkar is delightful to the eye the cuts, the drives Wow. Oh, left-handers are gorgeous batsmen. England- Jason Roy Jason Roy is imperious exceptional. The way he hits those lofted drives over mid-off. Holy Cow. The way he walks down the track to fast bowlers. Probably "the guy" whom I will love to watch from the non-striker's end. I was willing to move towards Tom Banton but he has played fairly less amount of international cricket. India- Rohit Sharma Everyone loves him for his pulls. But for me, he is special for the way he torments the bowlers with those chips over mid-off and that hook shot. Although rusty at the start but he is such a languid shot player. Every time he bats we feel he is that 1 sec extra than all other batsmen in the world. New Zeeland- Kane Williamson For New Zeeland, I can't look past Williamson. Probably the only player in the fab four to play the classy as well as the innovative shots comfortably. Is there anyone in world cricket today who can beat that back foot punch of his ???? I was interested in Tom Latham the guy who has the best straight drive currently in the game. Pakistan- Babar Azam Arguably the best cover drive in world cricket today belongs to Babar Azam. His drives are so natural. Ain't easy to maintain an average of 50 in t20 cricket. Hope this guy does well. South Africa- Quinton De Kock Quinton De Kock in full flow is a treat to watch. Just wonderful are those flick of the pad and those drives. But the best of them all is him pulling through mid-wicket and square leg. Sri Lanka and West Indies- Avishka Fernando and Nicolas Pooran Two blokes who are still on the young side but have immense responsibilities to do. They have to bring back the golden age for their respective teams. Avishka Fernando's innings against West Indies actually left a big impact on me regarding the potential of this young kid. Nicolas Pooran for me is damn, damn special. You can sense a touch of Brian Lara every time the kid bats. I hope the with the increasing demand for t20 cricket he doesn't change his natural game of finding the gaps with ease. How many of these did you guess, tell me in the comments your picks too?
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cricketfreakupdated
The Glam Nine Batsman: ODI and t20 Cricket
Which batsman is the most pleasing to the eye is a very good question to ask yourself. Today I will select my personal glam nine only one from each nation from the current generation. Guess it if you can 4 left-handers and 5 right-handers. The teams being AustraliaBangladeshEnglandIndiaNew ZeelandPakistanSouth AfricaSri LankaWest Indies My choice is nowhere based on runs, only how classy their batting is. I have tried not to look into the t20 cricket aspect of batting Only International Cricket has been considered Australia- Alex Carey This was a tough one but I settled for Carey. A highly talented bloke Alex Carey was always there for Australia whenever they lost track during the cricket world cup. The way he carves those drives is lovely. Bangladesh- Soumya Sarkar Still a young bloke, Soumya Sarkar is delightful to the eye the cuts, the drives Wow. Oh, left-handers are gorgeous batsmen. England- Jason Roy Jason Roy is imperious exceptional. The way he hits those lofted drives over mid-off. Holy Cow. The way he walks down the track to fast bowlers. Probably "the guy" whom I will love to watch from the non-striker's end. I was willing to move towards Tom Banton but he has played fairly less amount of international cricket. India- Rohit Sharma Everyone loves him for his pulls. But for me, he is special for the way he torments the bowlers with those chips over mid-off and that hook shot. Although rusty at the start but he is such a languid shot player. Every time he bats we feel he is that 1 sec extra than all other batsmen in the world. New Zeeland- Kane Williamson For New Zeeland, I can't look past Williamson. Probably the only player in the fab four to play the classy as well as the innovative shots comfortably. Is there anyone in world cricket today who can beat that back foot punch of his ???? I was interested in Tom Latham the guy who has the best straight drive currently in the game. Pakistan- Babar Azam Arguably the best cover drive in world cricket today belongs to Babar Azam. His drives are so natural. Ain't easy to maintain an average of 50 in t20 cricket. Hope this guy does well. South Africa- Quinton De Kock Quinton De Kock in full flow is a treat to watch. Just wonderful are those flick of the pad and those drives. But the best of them all is him pulling through mid-wicket and square leg. Sri Lanka and West Indies- Avishka Fernando and Nicolas Pooran Two blokes who are still on the young side but have immense responsibilities to do. They have to bring back the golden age for their respective teams. Avishka Fernando's innings against West Indies actually left a big impact on me regarding the potential of this young kid. Nicolas Pooran for me is damn, damn special. You can sense a touch of Brian Lara every time the kid bats. I hope the with the increasing demand for t20 cricket he doesn't change his natural game of finding the gaps with ease. How many of these did you guess, tell me in the comments your picks too?
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cricketfreakupdated
The Glam Nine Batsman: ODI and t20 Cricket
Which batsman is the most pleasing to the eye is a very good question to ask yourself. Today I will select my personal glam nine only one from each nation from the current generation. Guess it if you can 4 left-handers and 5 right-handers. The teams being AustraliaBangladeshEnglandIndiaNew ZeelandPakistanSouth AfricaSri LankaWest Indies My choice is nowhere based on runs, only how classy their batting is. I have tried not to look into the t20 cricket aspect of batting Only International Cricket has been considered Australia- Alex Carey This was a tough one but I settled for Carey. A highly talented bloke Alex Carey was always there for Australia whenever they lost track during the cricket world cup. The way he carves those drives is lovely. Bangladesh- Soumya Sarkar Still a young bloke, Soumya Sarkar is delightful to the eye the cuts, the drives Wow. Oh, left-handers are gorgeous batsmen. England- Jason Roy Jason Roy is imperious exceptional. The way he hits those lofted drives over mid-off. Holy Cow. The way he walks down the track to fast bowlers. Probably "the guy" whom I will love to watch from the non-striker's end. I was willing to move towards Tom Banton but he has played fairly less amount of international cricket. India- Rohit Sharma Everyone loves him for his pulls. But for me, he is special for the way he torments the bowlers with those chips over mid-off and that hook shot. Although rusty at the start but he is such a languid shot player. Every time he bats we feel he is that 1 sec extra than all other batsmen in the world. New Zeeland- Kane Williamson For New Zeeland, I can't look past Williamson. Probably the only player in the fab four to play the classy as well as the innovative shots comfortably. Is there anyone in world cricket today who can beat that back foot punch of his ???? I was interested in Tom Latham the guy who has the best straight drive currently in the game. Pakistan- Babar Azam Arguably the best cover drive in world cricket today belongs to Babar Azam. His drives are so natural. Ain't easy to maintain an average of 50 in t20 cricket. Hope this guy does well. South Africa- Quinton De Kock Quinton De Kock in full flow is a treat to watch. Just wonderful are those flick of the pad and those drives. But the best of them all is him pulling through mid-wicket and square leg. Sri Lanka and West Indies- Avishka Fernando and Nicolas Pooran Two blokes who are still on the young side but have immense responsibilities to do. They have to bring back the golden age for their respective teams. Avishka Fernando's innings against West Indies actually left a big impact on me regarding the potential of this young kid. Nicolas Pooran for me is damn, damn special. You can sense a touch of Brian Lara every time the kid bats. I hope the with the increasing demand for t20 cricket he doesn't change his natural game of finding the gaps with ease. How many of these did you guess, tell me in the comments your picks too?
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