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Test Cricket: FAST Bowlers vs Batsman duels
Do you know what makes test cricket unique in its type, test cricket not only tests your abilities your skillset but your mental toughness. Get hit by a bouncer and still fight for your team to survive the game, It is incredible!!!!. As a viewer, you always love to see the aggression on the field. Aggression does not mean verbal or physical duels. Mathew Hayden once said " All this going around is not aggression. If you want to see aggression look into Rahul Dravid's eyes." This is what makes Test Cricket exciting and fascinating, which today's generation does not understand or value( But I do). Today's generation kid may not understand that a draw played after the end of 5 days is a good result. Seeing the batsman jumping on the pitch, bowlers giving batsman a stare, Bouncer which completely rattles the batsman followed by a crisply played drive, salvaging a draw for your team on the last day of a test. These things just make me go WOW!!! SOME EPIC DUELS- Andrew Flintoff vs Jack Kallis Freddie was exquisite, every time I see him bowl. It creates a sense of fear in me. That action is so damn scary. Jumping off across and bowling from wide across. Here the way Flintoff rattles a very well set Kallis is incredible. Neil Wagner vs Smith and Wade The Aussies must have counted if all their ribs are intact after this series. Whenever Kane Williamson required a wicket this man, was always there for him. His short-pitched bowling skills here could actually have impressed the tall and nasty fast bowlers back from the glory days of West Indies Cricket. Ishant Sharma vs Ricky Ponting Here was a tall and lanky 19-year-old bowler banging some deadly inswingers to one of the greats of the game. That one hour really shook Ponting. Thus writing the script of India's memorable win in Australia. Virat Kohli vs Mitchell Johnson This was fierce really fierce and damn high on aggression. The eyes of both these guys show the intensity of the duel. Flintoff vs Ponting I rate the Ashes 2005 at par to India Australia 2001 both these conflicts were worth watching. Another deadly performance by Flintoff, he steems in just like a tracer bullet making Ponting jump all over the crease. Steve Waugh vs Curtly Ambrose You might have heard Steve Waugh was the master of mental toughness, Here is the reason why Allan Donald vs Michael Atherton " You should have gone for the head," says Thanos but Donald shows how to do it while playing cricket
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cricketfreakupdated
Test Cricket: FAST Bowlers vs Batsman duels
Do you know what makes test cricket unique in its type, test cricket not only tests your abilities your skillset but your mental toughness. Get hit by a bouncer and still fight for your team to survive the game, It is incredible!!!!. As a viewer, you always love to see the aggression on the field. Aggression does not mean verbal or physical duels. Mathew Hayden once said " All this going around is not aggression. If you want to see aggression look into Rahul Dravid's eyes." This is what makes Test Cricket exciting and fascinating, which today's generation does not understand or value( But I do). Today's generation kid may not understand that a draw played after the end of 5 days is a good result. Seeing the batsman jumping on the pitch, bowlers giving batsman a stare, Bouncer which completely rattles the batsman followed by a crisply played drive, salvaging a draw for your team on the last day of a test. These things just make me go WOW!!! SOME EPIC DUELS- Andrew Flintoff vs Jack Kallis Freddie was exquisite, every time I see him bowl. It creates a sense of fear in me. That action is so damn scary. Jumping off across and bowling from wide across. Here the way Flintoff rattles a very well set Kallis is incredible. Neil Wagner vs Smith and Wade The Aussies must have counted if all their ribs are intact after this series. Whenever Kane Williamson required a wicket this man, was always there for him. His short-pitched bowling skills here could actually have impressed the tall and nasty fast bowlers back from the glory days of West Indies Cricket. Ishant Sharma vs Ricky Ponting Here was a tall and lanky 19-year-old bowler banging some deadly inswingers to one of the greats of the game. That one hour really shook Ponting. Thus writing the script of India's memorable win in Australia. Virat Kohli vs Mitchell Johnson This was fierce really fierce and damn high on aggression. The eyes of both these guys show the intensity of the duel. Flintoff vs Ponting I rate the Ashes 2005 at par to India Australia 2001 both these conflicts were worth watching. Another deadly performance by Flintoff, he steems in just like a tracer bullet making Ponting jump all over the crease. Steve Waugh vs Curtly Ambrose You might have heard Steve Waugh was the master of mental toughness, Here is the reason why Allan Donald vs Michael Atherton " You should have gone for the head," says Thanos but Donald shows how to do it while playing cricket
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cricketfreakupdated
Test Cricket: FAST Bowlers vs Batsman duels
Do you know what makes test cricket unique in its type, test cricket not only tests your abilities your skillset but your mental toughness. Get hit by a bouncer and still fight for your team to survive the game, It is incredible!!!!. As a viewer, you always love to see the aggression on the field. Aggression does not mean verbal or physical duels. Mathew Hayden once said " All this going around is not aggression. If you want to see aggression look into Rahul Dravid's eyes." This is what makes Test Cricket exciting and fascinating, which today's generation does not understand or value( But I do). Today's generation kid may not understand that a draw played after the end of 5 days is a good result. Seeing the batsman jumping on the pitch, bowlers giving batsman a stare, Bouncer which completely rattles the batsman followed by a crisply played drive, salvaging a draw for your team on the last day of a test. These things just make me go WOW!!! SOME EPIC DUELS- Andrew Flintoff vs Jack Kallis Freddie was exquisite, every time I see him bowl. It creates a sense of fear in me. That action is so damn scary. Jumping off across and bowling from wide across. Here the way Flintoff rattles a very well set Kallis is incredible. Neil Wagner vs Smith and Wade The Aussies must have counted if all their ribs are intact after this series. Whenever Kane Williamson required a wicket this man, was always there for him. His short-pitched bowling skills here could actually have impressed the tall and nasty fast bowlers back from the glory days of West Indies Cricket. Ishant Sharma vs Ricky Ponting Here was a tall and lanky 19-year-old bowler banging some deadly inswingers to one of the greats of the game. That one hour really shook Ponting. Thus writing the script of India's memorable win in Australia. Virat Kohli vs Mitchell Johnson This was fierce really fierce and damn high on aggression. The eyes of both these guys show the intensity of the duel. Flintoff vs Ponting I rate the Ashes 2005 at par to India Australia 2001 both these conflicts were worth watching. Another deadly performance by Flintoff, he steems in just like a tracer bullet making Ponting jump all over the crease. Steve Waugh vs Curtly Ambrose You might have heard Steve Waugh was the master of mental toughness, Here is the reason why Allan Donald vs Michael Atherton " You should have gone for the head," says Thanos but Donald shows how to do it while playing cricket
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jatinshadupdated
IPL or WT20 post Covid?
Everyone amongst us have been waiting dearly for cricket to restart. Covid-19 has put an indefinite halt on all cricketing action for almost 3 months now. Although we have some hope in the coming days, with the England vs West Indies test series scheduled, no one is really sure how things are going to pan out once the game does resume. It has been four years since the last T20 world cup was held in 2016 and by the looks of it, the wait might be more. Even when cricket does resume to a more normal level, it is unlikely that the scheduled T20 world cup will go as per plans, even though the first match is scheduled in October, which is still a long way from today, and also it is supposed to happen in Australia, a country which isn't severely hit from Covid and has almost fully recovered. Having said that, there will be some pressure on BCCI to host the IPL as well. This year's IPL was indefinitely postponed in April because of the Covid situation in India, one of the worst hit countries by the pandemic. So, there were rumours that if it does boil down to a situation where a choice has to be made between IPL and WT20, IPL might just get the nod, mostly because of financial reasons. Needless to mention, IPL can be held in some other country, given the current situation in India, and many countries have put their hand up as volunteers. It is no secret that IPL generates massive amount of revenue, and players all over the world earn much more through IPL than they earn while playing for their country. With that being said, my personal opinion, as a cricket fan from India, is that WT30 should be given more preference, as we fans don't care much about the financial factors and the wait for T20 world cup has been ridiculously long already ! What do you thing should happen this year? IPL or WT20? Have your say !
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jatinshadupdated
IPL or WT20 post Covid?
Everyone amongst us have been waiting dearly for cricket to restart. Covid-19 has put an indefinite halt on all cricketing action for almost 3 months now. Although we have some hope in the coming days, with the England vs West Indies test series scheduled, no one is really sure how things are going to pan out once the game does resume. It has been four years since the last T20 world cup was held in 2016 and by the looks of it, the wait might be more. Even when cricket does resume to a more normal level, it is unlikely that the scheduled T20 world cup will go as per plans, even though the first match is scheduled in October, which is still a long way from today, and also it is supposed to happen in Australia, a country which isn't severely hit from Covid and has almost fully recovered. Having said that, there will be some pressure on BCCI to host the IPL as well. This year's IPL was indefinitely postponed in April because of the Covid situation in India, one of the worst hit countries by the pandemic. So, there were rumours that if it does boil down to a situation where a choice has to be made between IPL and WT20, IPL might just get the nod, mostly because of financial reasons. Needless to mention, IPL can be held in some other country, given the current situation in India, and many countries have put their hand up as volunteers. It is no secret that IPL generates massive amount of revenue, and players all over the world earn much more through IPL than they earn while playing for their country. With that being said, my personal opinion, as a cricket fan from India, is that WT30 should be given more preference, as we fans don't care much about the financial factors and the wait for T20 world cup has been ridiculously long already ! What do you thing should happen this year? IPL or WT20? Have your say !
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jatinshadupdated
IPL or WT20 post Covid?
Everyone amongst us have been waiting dearly for cricket to restart. Covid-19 has put an indefinite halt on all cricketing action for almost 3 months now. Although we have some hope in the coming days, with the England vs West Indies test series scheduled, no one is really sure how things are going to pan out once the game does resume. It has been four years since the last T20 world cup was held in 2016 and by the looks of it, the wait might be more. Even when cricket does resume to a more normal level, it is unlikely that the scheduled T20 world cup will go as per plans, even though the first match is scheduled in October, which is still a long way from today, and also it is supposed to happen in Australia, a country which isn't severely hit from Covid and has almost fully recovered. Having said that, there will be some pressure on BCCI to host the IPL as well. This year's IPL was indefinitely postponed in April because of the Covid situation in India, one of the worst hit countries by the pandemic. So, there were rumours that if it does boil down to a situation where a choice has to be made between IPL and WT20, IPL might just get the nod, mostly because of financial reasons. Needless to mention, IPL can be held in some other country, given the current situation in India, and many countries have put their hand up as volunteers. It is no secret that IPL generates massive amount of revenue, and players all over the world earn much more through IPL than they earn while playing for their country. With that being said, my personal opinion, as a cricket fan from India, is that WT30 should be given more preference, as we fans don't care much about the financial factors and the wait for T20 world cup has been ridiculously long already ! What do you thing should happen this year? IPL or WT20? Have your say !
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