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Old August 25, 2012, 03:34 PM
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Too be fair Indians can easily score centuries in their own backyard, I'd like to see Kohli play more tests outside the subcontinent.
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Old August 25, 2012, 07:55 PM
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Too be fair Indians can easily score centuries in their own backyard, I'd like to see Kohli play more tests outside the subcontinent.
This is true but he's managed it in ODIs so I'm sure he can figure it out in tests.
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Old August 28, 2012, 09:48 AM
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Yet another by Run Machine Amla
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Old August 28, 2012, 10:30 AM
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Amla man what an innings..i just loved the shot the adjusted and guided past the keeper
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Old August 28, 2012, 10:33 AM
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150 with a sr of 120...without any 6's. Legend!

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Old August 28, 2012, 10:38 AM
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Amla makes me proud, A proud Muslim & practicing.

Pure Class, A true Legend.
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Old August 28, 2012, 11:39 AM
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Old August 28, 2012, 12:16 PM
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You know your team has failed miserably when your best batsman gets 150 at 120% and yet you limp to 287.
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Old August 28, 2012, 12:22 PM
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probably the best thing about Amla is the placement, he knows very well where he should hit & where not, what a lezend
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Old August 28, 2012, 11:55 PM
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Amla ton leads SA to third No. 1 spot

South Africa became the first side to be ranked No. 1 in all three formats and did it in fitting style, with a crushing 80-run victory in the second one-day international to end England's run of 10 consecutive wins. South Africa's success was, not for the first time on this tour, set around a fantastic innings from Hashim Amla as he made a career-best 150 from 124 balls on a pitch that was far from easy for strokeplay.

Amla's innings, South Africa's sixth-highest in one-day internationals, marshalled South Africa to an imposing 287 for 5 and England never really threatening to get close once Ian Bell's sprightly knock was ended by Robin Peterson. The spinners played a key role on a helpful surface - England's had earlier found some turn, too - and when Eoin Morgan pulled JP Duminy to deep midwicket the game was up.

This match, though, was about a man who is having a defining tour. It was another day when Amla's run-scoring feats came into clear focus as he became the fastest man to 3000 ODI runs, beating the previous record held by Viv Richards. His innings included 16 boundaries, ranging from the expansive flick over midwicket to the cover drive to the wonderfully cheeky deflection past the keeper off Tim Bresnan late in the innings.

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Here's a scary prospect for his opponents: these scoring sprees will remain the norm rather than the exception for the next 10 years. An elegant master of timing and temperament in all 3 formats of the sport, there is nobody like him at this moment IMHO.

BTW, Auntu told me that Amla has roots in Dhaka as well and he has met them personally.
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Old August 29, 2012, 08:06 AM
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^^shei shikor dhuye shei pani amader player der khawano howk,traditional treatment.
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^^shei shikhor dhore ar lotus kichu taka paisha diya Amla re BD citizenship offer kora uchit. Ja lage tai dimu. Bari, gari, helicopter..shob
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Old August 29, 2012, 08:58 AM
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^^^lol amla kora musolli manus, gari bari helicopter nibona
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his consistency is just unbelievable.... and what makes it even more spectacular is his classic text-book shots...

I didnt realize how strong (physically and not to mention mentally) this guy is until I watched the highlights of his 450+ runs in 3 tests in England. I doubt if any of our batsmen can do it in 3 consecutive 4 day matches in NCL.... bilat to bohudur.....
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Old August 29, 2012, 10:51 AM
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To think that AB De Villiers didnt score a century and South Africa still swept England aside 2-0 is scary. South Africa definitely have the players who can hold on to that ranking.

Amlas is class both on and off the field. Though he has yet to perform in T20I, to the level that he can [agreed that he hasnt played enough T20 matches though].
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Old August 29, 2012, 07:25 PM
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To think that AB De Villiers didnt score a century and South Africa still swept England aside 2-0 is scary. South Africa definitely have the players who can hold on to that ranking.

Amlas is class both on and off the field. Though he has yet to perform in T20I, to the level that he can [agreed that he hasnt played enough T20 matches though].
yep SA is a quality team, one of the best ever and amla is a crucial part of that, incredible ODI and test records, expect him to do well in t20s to.
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Amla and Kohli really are on another plane of existence...!
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Old August 30, 2012, 12:15 AM
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Amla and Kohli really are on another plane of existence...!
For sure atm they are, would put de villiers with them to.
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I feel Amla is the one who'll eventually lead his country past the Choke Barrier in major tournaments.
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Old August 30, 2012, 12:24 AM
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I feel Amla is the one who'll eventually lead his country past the Choke Barrier in major tournaments.
Possible, in a team of standouts (current SA are an all time great team I believe) amla is one of the best in the team.
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For sure atm they are, would put de villiers with them to.
u guys heard of the Jamaican ?
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Old August 30, 2012, 07:04 PM
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u guys heard of the Jamaican ?
I am sorry but beating up bowlers in domestic tournaments cant be compared to bullying top international bowlers in places like England like Amla is doing. Amla's record is FAR better than gayle in premier form of the game as well as odi's. Amla averages almost 60 in odi's and SR is far higher than gayle and also gayle's average only 39. In tests also no comparison between the two, Amla is far better specially in last 2 years. Kohli's odi record is also FAR superior to gayle in odi's even though he is poor in tests. Gayle is massively overrated because of his bullying in IPL, he is nowhere close to being top 10 batsmen in odi's and top 15 in tests. He is a very good batsman but not in the class of Amla, Kallis, AB.
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Old August 30, 2012, 10:19 PM
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well gayle is basically incomparable in t20s, but he's not consistent enough in the other formats, though he's still one of the most dominant batsmen of all time imo.
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his consistency is just unbelievable.... and what makes it even more spectacular is his classic text-book shots...

I didnt realize how strong (physically and not to mention mentally) this guy is until I watched the highlights of his 450+ runs in 3 tests in England. I doubt if any of our batsmen can do it in 3 consecutive 4 day matches in NCL.... bilat to bohudur.....
It was done once before, by none other than Mahmudullah Riyad
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Old August 31, 2012, 05:55 AM
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It was done once before, by none other than Mahmudullah Riyad
yes when he was dropped from the national team, that's what got him his recall.
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