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    DO these guys deserve a place amongst top players!!!!

    well i dont know about others but i feel that Jadeja and Robin shouldn't have been part of Asia XI unless selectors had to pic then for indian public's sake

    To me YOUHANA is 200 times better then Jadeja and MAHMOOD is 10 times better then SINGH on given day under any sort of pressure.

    Mark Waugh was good but not anymore and GIBBS should have been in.

    let me know what you all think

    bye
    Sidq-e-Khalil bhi hay ishqe sabr-e-Husayn bhi hay ishq
    Mārika-e-wujud main Badr-o-Hunayn bhi hay ishq
    -Iqbal

    #2
    So also,

    Waqar & Srinath were better than Razzaq or even Vaas.

    Dravid was better than De Silva (now that the veteran is past his best). Even Inzamam was a good option.

    Seeing the form of Ganguly, he should be the first pick over Anwar ( that mistake is automatically rectified after Anwar's injury).

    Well, as a 12th man, you need a very good fielder & Robin is a fantastic one. So I don't think it's unfair to Mahmood.

    But, Waqar is certainly head & shoulders above Vaas. Same thing for Dravid.

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      #3
      Mahmood is injured.
      He won't play the ODIs in the West Indies
      and might miss the test series as well.

      Some players weren't released by their
      boards (eg. Ambrose) which might explain
      some of the other omissions.

      I wish Wasim luck in his final outing
      as a captain on the world stage.

      He is no Imran, but he always tried his
      best when leading Pakistan and led us to victory in the Asian Test Championship,
      where he was Man of the Series claiming
      the most wickets, including two hattricks.

      I think at this stage in his career
      it is best for him to stay on as just
      a player so that he can focus on his
      own fitness in order to break Walsh's
      record.

      He can also work more on his batting.
      If he gets 497 more runs he will become
      only the fifth cricketer after Botham,
      Hadlee, Imran and Kapildev to do the
      double of 3000 runs and 300 wickets
      in tests.

      He is already the only player to
      do the 3000-300 double in ODIs.

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        #4
        Read this interview with Wasim Akram taken in Sharjah after the final. It is about Wasim and his captaincy on how much pressure he had and how he is loving it now.
        http://www.rediff.com/sports/2000/apr/05akram.htm

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