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Old July 31, 2012, 11:24 AM
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This guy is going to break sachin's record. I once said that kohli can become better than tendulkar and people laughed at me.

Where are they now?
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Old July 31, 2012, 11:24 AM
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R.I.P Herath's ODI career

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Herath to Kohli, FOUR, the records this man is piling up is astonishing, already a 1000 runs in ODIs this year, the final ball of the over is smashed to the deep midwicket boundary, scores are level
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Herath to Kohli, FOUR, more power from Kohli, all along the ground as he hammers that to the extra cover boundary, Sri Lanka have no answer to him
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Herath to Kohli, 2 runs, 'Two, two, two," Kohli shouts as he drives inside-out towards extra cover, Malinga races across and gets a boot in the way to keep Kohli to two
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Herath to Kohli, no run, defended off the back foot by Kohli
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Herath to Kohli, FOUR, Kohli is in a hurry, once more he skips down the track and launches that to the left of the bowler for four more, down to 11 now for India
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Herath to Kohli, FOUR, a four to extra cover, jumping down the track, making a bit of room, and powers it to the extra cover boundary, a shot he played repeatedly in his 183 against Pakistan in the Asia Cup
They scored @ 13/over in the last 5, finishing with 46 balls to spare. Wonder what all the rush was for.
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Old July 31, 2012, 12:13 PM
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What an incredible batsman in an even more incredible vein of form

"Sid Patel: "Kohli now reads 128*, 38, 1, 106, 183, 66, 108, 133*, 21, 66 that is 850 runs in last 10 innings at an mind blowing average of 106.25.""
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Old July 31, 2012, 01:36 PM
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This guy is going to break sachin's record. I once said that kohli can become better than tendulkar and people laughed at me.

Where are they now?
Not sure about his record, but atm his stats are much better than Tendulkar at the same age in ODI's.
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Old July 31, 2012, 07:22 PM
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This guy is going to break sachin's record. I once said that kohli can become better than tendulkar and people laughed at me.

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Well Sachin played the bulk of his career against the likes of Wasim, Waqar, Murali, McGrath, Lee, Warne, Donald, Walsh, Ambrose, Pollock, and some others. Who has Kohli faced? SRT is a phenomenal one day player...may even be better than Sir Viv when you take into consideration the quality of the attacks he faced. As a Test player, I think a number of batsman were better than Tendulkar, especially in clutch situations. Kohli will probably surpass SRT the test player. The best thing about Kohli is, he is almost immune to choking. The guy averages 60+ in ODI chases!
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Old July 31, 2012, 08:51 PM
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Well as things are now kohli is looking to be an all time great ODI player, will he break records? We will see but still if he continues this path he will no doubt be a great
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Kohli really likes sri lanka doesn't he!
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What a class player , Virat Kohli . Took only 86 matches to reach his 13th hundred . His nearest competitor AB DeVillers took 134 matches for the same. If only we had a player having half his talent and temperament.
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Well Sachin played the bulk of his career against the likes of Wasim, Waqar, Murali, McGrath, Lee, Warne, Donald, Walsh, Ambrose, Pollock, and some others. Who has Kohli faced? SRT is a phenomenal one day player...may even be better than Sir Viv when you take into consideration the quality of the attacks he faced. As a Test player, I think a number of batsman were better than Tendulkar, especially in clutch situations. Kohli will probably surpass SRT the test player. The best thing about Kohli is, he is almost immune to choking. The guy averages 60+ in ODI chases!
well said.. but i dont think kohli will be good in test as much as in odi.
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Old August 9, 2012, 01:24 AM
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well said.. but i dont think kohli will be good in test as much as in odi.
Well he certainly won't get the opportunity to score 15K runs...but in terms of average and context, I expect him to play more than a few match-winning knocks.
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Old August 9, 2012, 01:44 AM
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Kohli is the future of Indian cricket atm, he's the one who has put his hand up, expect him to have a stellar test career much like his ODI career
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Koheli is amazing , probably a better ODI player than Shochin,but to get hundred 100s he will need to do well in Tests too.
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Kohli is the future of Indian cricket atm, he's the one who has put his hand up, expect him to have a stellar test career much like his ODI career
I think it will be better for Indian cricket if they don't give him the captaincy after Dhoni, but I have a feeling that BCCI will. He is kind of hot tempered, it might backfire.
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Old August 9, 2012, 01:51 PM
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Koheli is amazing , probably a better ODI player than Shochin,but to get hundred 100s he will need to do well in Tests too.
Let's see.
He might get 100 in ODIs alone!
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Old August 9, 2012, 01:58 PM
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I think it will be better for Indian cricket if they don't give him the captaincy after Dhoni, but I have a feeling that BCCI will. He is kind of hot tempered, it might backfire.
Then again, he has captained the U-19 team to glory in the past. Ricky Ponting also captained one of Australia's most consistent generations of players with a hot head.
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The other day CI title said "Rare Failure for Kohli" and here I thought he made a duck, or at least below 10. Then I see he scored 30ish, and I was like, what that's Ashraful and co. dream score. What you talking about! As usual CI is always messing with Bangladesh.
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Old August 9, 2012, 08:57 PM
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I think it will be better for Indian cricket if they don't give him the captaincy after Dhoni, but I have a feeling that BCCI will. He is kind of hot tempered, it might backfire.
quite possibly, but the problem is there aren't any other youngsters putting their hand up. they really need some more of the young batsmen to come through, time to give rohit sharma a break and try out the others. rahane has been disappointing after and great start.
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Amla's on a scrappy 57* at stumps on day 3. Not the most graceful of innings by his high standards, but he did look way more fluent towards the end. I think he's on his way to his 16th test 100. Intriguing day 4 ahead.
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Old August 19, 2012, 03:26 AM
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Hope Hashim Amla can give us a EID GIFT by scoring a Hundred
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Old August 19, 2012, 08:26 AM
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Old August 19, 2012, 06:34 PM
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amla sticking his hand up to being a great if he continues like this.
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Test batting had been an issue for Kohli because he failed to match his stellar numbers in this particular format. But I do feel he turned the proverbial corner since Perth and Adelaide and we're unlikely to see too many below 50 scores from now on. The test 58 in Hyderabad may become a typical test performance for Kohli from now on.
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Old August 25, 2012, 03:58 AM
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Test batting had been an issue for Kohli because he failed to match his stellar numbers in this particular format. But I do feel he turned the proverbial corner since Perth and Adelaide and we're unlikely to see too many below 50 scores from now on. The test 58 in Hyderabad may become a typical test performance for Kohli from now on.
yeah i have that feeling to, he's turned a corner and from now on he'll be a force in test matches to.
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