Originally posted by starstrucK.
yeah yeah yeah, wouldn't blame you at all for picking on Malik..the guy has a brilliant record against some team, *cough* India *cough*
a joke? dude, the guy who beat the daylights out of the so called "favorites of the CT" has a competitive record while comparing it to some of the people above, like Yuvraj or Collingwood. as said before, I wouldn't mind you laughing at a talented guy like him after what happened on 9/26/09. *cough*
So not even going to argue with someone who claims the wrong things and then posts totally different articles to prove their point. Carry on mister, hope the "aunties" on this forum brighten your day, everyday.
Ciao from here, not going to argue with you anymore, see no point.
Erm... who doesn't score againt India?
Don't think this is going to offend me, Ha, Inzamam is the most succesful player against India and i still like his batting. So i don't think i don't like Malik just because he scores runs against India. :D
Again that is one game, he hasn't done it for a long period. If he does that over a period of time with bat and bowl than he would be a proper all-rounder. But becuase you said he doesn't bowl that often, he is regarded as a part time bowler not an "All-Rouder". I hope i am clear and make sense this time. :)
Talking about Yuvraj, i never rated him as all-rounder nor did anyone in the entire cricketing world. He is just a bastmen with an average of high 30's and a very useful bowler. Ohh and btw Yuraj has been scoring runs consistently over a long period of time. Failure in one match doesn't make them rubbish batsmen. If that is the case than when Steyn (of SA) scored a 76 against Aussie, more runs than likes of Smith, Kallis and De Villiars. Does that make him a better batsmen? lmao I'll quit cricket if that is the case.
Collingwood, he is very useful in seming condition, like i said before but close to useless in sub-continent.
Edited by darpan12... - 05 October 2009 at 3:31am