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    ICC announce award nominations for players of the decade - Yasir Shah & Misbah only Pakistanis

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) opens fan voting on Wednesday for a special edition of the ICC Awards of the Decade, celebrating and rewarding top performances of the decade in cricket for both men and women.

    The ICC Awards of the Decade will recognise the best players across cricket over the past 10 years, and the for the first time the fans’ voice will be heard in selecting the winners across categories including the Sir Garfield Sobers and Rachael Heyhoe Flint Awards, which celebrate the best overall player from the men’s and women’s game over the past decade. The fan vote will make up 10% of the voting, while votes from an expert panel will make up the remaining 90%.

    The nominees for each of the categories have been determined by the Awards Nominations Committee according to on-field performances and overall achievements for at least five years during the period.

    Award winners will be announced next month and will culminate in a special ICC Awards of the Decade digital show, to be broadcast on the ICC digital channels and will take into account the fans’ votes as well as those by a global panel of journalists and broadcasters.

    The complete list of nominees for the ICC Awards of the Decade are as follows:

    Sir Garfield Sobers Award for ICC Male Cricketer of the Decade – The best overall performer in men’s international cricket (Tests, ODIs and T20Is) during the performance period:

    R Ashwin (India)
    Virat Kohli (India)
    Joe Root (England)
    Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
    Steve Smith (Australia)
    AB de Villiers (South Africa)
    Kane Williamson (New Zealand)

    Rachael Heyhoe Flint Award for ICC Female Cricketer of the Decade – The best overall performer in women’s international cricket (Tests, ODIs and T20Is) during the performance period:

    Suzie Bates (New Zealand)
    Meg Lanning (Australia)
    Ellyse Perry (Australia)
    Mithali Raj (India)
    Sarah Taylor (England)
    Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)

    ICC Men’s Test Cricketer of the Decade – The best overall performer in men’s Test cricket during the performance period:

    James Anderson (England)
    Rangana Herath (Sri Lanka)
    Virat Kohli (India)
    Joe Root (England)
    Yasir Shah (Pakistan)
    Steve Smith (Australia)
    Kane Williamson (New Zealand)

    ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Decade – The best overall performer in men’s ODI cricket during the performance period:

    MS Dhoni (India)
    Virat Kohli (India)
    Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka)
    Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
    Rohit Sharma (India)
    Mitchell Starc (Australia)
    AB de Villiers (South Africa)

    ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Decade – The best overall performer in women’s ODI cricket during the performance period:

    Suzie Bates (New Zealand)
    Jhulan Goswami (India)
    Meg Lanning (Australia)
    Ellyse Perry (Australia)
    Mithali Raj (India)
    Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)

    ICC Men’s T20I Cricketer of the Decade – The best overall performer in men’s T20I cricket during the performance period:

    Aaron Finch (Australia)
    Chris Gayle (West Indies)
    Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)
    Virat Kohli (India)
    Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka)
    Rohit Sharma (India)
    Imran Tahir (South Africa)

    ICC Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Decade – The best overall performer in women’s T20I cricket during the performance period:

    Sophie Devine (New Zealand)
    Deandra Dottin (West Indies)
    Alyssa Healy (Australia)
    Meg Lanning (Australia)
    Ellyse Perry (Australia)
    Anya Shrubsole (England)

    ICC Men’s Associate Cricketer of the Decade – The best overall performer in men’s Associate cricket during the performance period:

    Richie Berrington (Scotland)
    Peter Borren (Netherlands)
    Kyle Coetzer (Scotland)
    Paras Khadka (Nepal)
    Calum MacLeod (Scotland)
    Assad Vala (PNG)

    ICC Women’s Associate Cricketer of the Decade – The best overall performer in women’s Associate cricket during the performance period:

    Kathryn Bryce (Scotland)
    Sarah Bryce (Scotland)
    Natthakan Chantham (Thailand)
    Sterre Kalis (Netherlands)
    Chanida Sutthiruang (Thailand)
    Sornnorin Tippoch (Thailand)

    ICC Spirit of Cricket Award of the Decade – An action, moment, gesture, or decision on the field of play in international cricket during the performance period which best reflects the Spirit of Cricket:

    2011 Winner – MS Dhoni (India)
    2012 Winner – Daniel Vettori (New Zealand)
    2013 Winner – Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka)
    2014 Winner – Katherine Brunt (England)
    2015 Winner – Brendon McCullum (New Zealand)
    2016 Winner – Misbah-ul-Haq (Pakistan)
    2017 Winner – Anya Shrubsole (England)
    2018 Winner – Kane Williamson (New Zealand)
    2019 Winner – Virat Kohli (India)

    To further enhance engagement, Teams of the Decade (TOTD) will be compiled by the Voting Academy of journalists and broadcasters for the following five formats:

    ICC Men’s Test TOTD
    ICC Men’s ODI TOTD
    ICC Women’s ODI TOTD
    ICC Men’s T20I TOTD
    ICC Women’s T20I TOTD

    Members of the Awards Nominations Committee conceded that it was tough shortlisting the candidates for the awards.

    Former West Indies player and commentator Ian Bishop: “It is extremely challenging to shortlist any group of excellent players over an extended period. In making these choices we have tried to put context to performances, even as the different formats have evolved in pace and style in a 10-year period.

    “Some of your favourite names may have missed out, but not gone without recognition. We hope that this is seen as an opportunity to discuss, celebrate and rejoice in the many great players who have entertained us on the field in the last decade.”

    Indian sports journalist Sharda Ugra: “A shortlist of players for an award as monumental as representing ‘a whole decade’ is both a complete delight and an utter nightmare. First, it brings back all the great memories the game gave us in that massive slice of time. That is smiles-on-faces time.

    “The job of then pruning this from a vast cast of great characters down to a few names to work with requires much teeth-gritting. Sentimental favourites must be put through the sieve of significance of achievement, performance across ten years, quality of opposition and on we go, slicing and dicing.

    “At the end of it, all you can do is be grateful to the game for giving you so much to love.”

    https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/1908769
    Last edited by MenInG; 25th November 2020 at 16:15.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Nominations for

    ICC player of the decade Award

    Virat Kohli
    Joe Root
    Kane Williamson
    AB Devilliers
    Steven Smith
    Ravi Ashwin
    Kumar Sangakkara

    ICC ODI player of the decade

    Virat Kohli
    Lasith Malinga
    Mitchell Starc
    AB Devilliers
    Rohit Sharma
    MS Dhoni
    Kumar Sangakkara


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Nominations for

    ICC Test player of the decade

    Virat Kohli
    Joe Root
    Steven Smith
    James Anderson
    Kane Williamson
    Rangana Herath
    Yasir Shah

    ICC T20I player of the decade

    Rashid Khan
    Virat Kohli
    Rohit Sharma
    Imran Tahir
    Aaron Finch
    Lasith Malinga
    Chris Gayle


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Nominations for

    ICC Men's Associate player of the Decade

    Kyle Coetzer
    Callum MacLeod
    Paras Khadka
    Richie Berrington
    Asad Vala
    Peter Bollen

    ICC Spirit of Cricket award of the Decade

    Virat Kohli
    K Williamson
    Anya Shrubsole
    Misbah
    B McCullum
    Katherine Brunt
    Jayawardene
    Daniel Vettori
    MS Dhoni


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Most 100s
    most 200s
    Most runs
    Most 4s
    Most Man of the tournaments in icc events.
    Highest scorer odis
    Highest scorer t20s
    Most MOM
    Most win as test captain.
    Never seen such domination

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    My picks:-

    Player of decade - Kohli
    ODI player of decade - ABD
    Test player of decade- Smith
    T20 player of decade- Malinga
    Associate player- Coetzar
    Spirt of cricket award- Williamson

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Kohli View Post
    Nominations for

    ICC Men's Associate player of the Decade

    Kyle Coetzer
    Callum MacLeod
    Paras Khadka
    Richie Berrington
    Asad Vala
    Peter Bollen

    ICC Spirit of Cricket award of the Decade

    Virat Kohli
    K Williamson
    Anya Shrubsole
    Misbah
    B McCullum
    Katherine Brunt
    Jayawardene
    Daniel Vettori
    MS Dhoni
    Imagine Virat Kohli winning the spirit of cricket award.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab Fan View Post
    My picks:-

    Player of decade - Kohli
    ODI player of decade - ABD
    Test player of decade- Smith
    T20 player of decade- Malinga
    Associate player- Coetzar
    Spirt of cricket award- Williamson
    Odi cricketer of the decade will be Kohli, no doubt about that.
    T20 player of the decade - again kohli

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    Kohli is easily the greatest cricketer of this decade and it is not even close. No batsman has dominated across formats like he has and plus he has 33 Test wins as captain.

    Remarkable stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeteshssaxena View Post
    Odi cricketer of the decade will be Kohli, no doubt about that.
    T20 player of the decade - again kohli
    After the performances in WC 2015 semis, CT 2017 final and WC 2019 semi final, I don't think so. But we are a powerful board so we can get anything we want .

    T20 can be let's see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeteshssaxena View Post
    Odi cricketer of the decade will be Kohli, no doubt about that.
    T20 player of the decade - again kohli
    T20 will be Malinga. They won’t give 3/5 awards to the same person. I expect Kohli to get 2.

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    Kohli should deservedly sweep a number of these awards. He's been the most iconic player of the last decade who has dominated across formats and countries. Phenomenal decade of domination.

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    My picks:

    ICC player of the decade Award:

    Kohli

    ICC ODI player of the decade:

    Kohli

    ICC Test player of the decade:

    Smith

    ICC T20I player of the decade:

    Kohli

    ICC Spirit of Cricket award of the Decade:

    Williamson will walk this “nicest loser” award just like he won the World Cup player of the tournament last year when he was far from the best player of the World Cup.

    It is quite surprising to see that Stokes has not been nominated for the Test player of the decade award or even the player of the decade award.

    He has been the best all-rounder in the world by a distance for half a decade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    Kohli should deservedly sweep a number of these awards. He's been the most iconic player of the last decade who has dominated across formats and countries. Phenomenal decade of domination.
    I agree, I just don’t think ICC will give him as many as he deserves. Let’s see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeteshssaxena View Post
    Imagine Virat Kohli winning the spirit of cricket award.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Stokes is my cricketer of the last 5 years but Kohli if we consider the whole decade


    Hard to get a handle on this double edged sword

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    I don’t know if they will do teams of the decade, but here are mine:

    Test:

    Cook
    Warner
    Smith
    Kohli (c)
    Root
    Sangakkara (wk)
    Stokes
    Ashwin
    Steyn
    Anderson
    Boult

    ODIs:

    Rohit
    Amla (bottler but scored too many runs in this decade)
    Kohli
    Root
    de Villiers
    Dhoni (c)
    Watson
    Starc
    Boult
    Malinga
    Tahir

    Tough call between Watson and Shakib, but went for Watson in the end.

    T20Is:

    Rohit
    Finch
    Kohli
    Morgan (c)
    Shakib
    McCullum (wk)
    Maxwell
    Rashid
    Tahir
    Malinga
    Bumrah

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    Both Stokes and Cook deserved nominations for Test player of the year.

    Cook was not the same in the second half of the decade but cannot ignore what he did in Australia and India at the start of the decade.

    If ICC could include Sangakkara who retired in 2015 then Cook deserved a nomination as well.

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    AB De Villiers and Dale Steyn are not in the nominations of Test Player Of The Decade award.

    Both are better than Yasir


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.


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    Steyn deserved nomination too. He was the best pacer in Tests until 2014.

    Not sure about de Villiers.

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    My picks:-

    Player of decade - Kohli
    ODI player of decade - Kohli
    Test player of decade- Smith
    T20 player of decade- Kohli
    Associate player- Coetzar
    Spirt of cricket award- Misbah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajdeep View Post
    My picks:-

    Player of decade - Kohli
    ODI player of decade - Kohli
    Test player of decade- Smith
    T20 player of decade- Kohli
    Associate player- Coetzar
    Spirt of cricket award- Misbah


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    They should have added ICC Captain of the decade.

    D H O N I


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Where is Younis Khan? He scored 5000 test runs in the last decade @55

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab Fan View Post
    After the performances in WC 2015 semis, CT 2017 final and WC 2019 semi final, I don't think so. But we are a powerful board so we can get anything we want .

    T20 can be let's see.
    Kohli will win easily.
    Yeah those performances are indeed disappointing but his only competitor in odis has the same weakness. Infact he is known for that (You know Who ) .
    So clear cut win for the King.

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    Yasir Shah ahead of Ashwin, abdv, amla, steyn is debatable but still ok.

    The reason i can think of is that Shah carries his team on his shoulders and if we analyse performances of pak players in wins he will be a mile ahead of others.
    Also i think he was the fastest to 200 wkts. Deserves some recognition

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    Misbah deserves ICC Spirit of Cricket Award
    the way he handled and carried a team after fixing Saga and even took them to No.1 in test position.
    King Misbah only Hope for Pakistan .

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    My picks:
    Player of decade - Kohli
    ODI player of decade - Rohit/Kohl
    Test player of decade- Smith
    T20 player of decade- Rohit
    Associate player- Coetzar
    Spirt of cricket award- Williamson

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    Quote Originally Posted by waheed_sofi View Post
    My picks:
    Player of decade - Kohli
    ODI player of decade - Rohit/Kohl
    Test player of decade- Smith
    T20 player of decade- Rohit
    Associate player- Coetzar
    Spirt of cricket award- Williamson
    Surely, Rohit's 3 Double Centuries and 5 or 6 WC 100s will have some effect.
    Same In T20s, with 4 T20Is 100s.

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    Worst decade for Pakistan cricket but we still won an ICC trophy, reached No.1 position in Tests under Misbah and were T20i number 1 for quite a lengthy period.

    Better than quite a few I would say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Worst decade for Pakistan cricket but we still won an ICC trophy, reached No.1 position in Tests under Misbah and were T20i number 1 for quite a lengthy period.

    Better than quite a few I would say.
    Yeah, some claim (either rankings wise or tournament wise) to number 1 in every format. Obviously, we weren’t number 1 for a sustained period in any, where we absolutely dominated, but those are quite decent returns for probably one of the toughest decades in our history.

    Just in the last 4 years, we were “number 1 in ODIs” via the Champions Trophy, and ranked ICC number 1 in both T20s and Tests.

    Not to sound delusional because I think we’ve failed in so many ways, but there’s some things we can be proud of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeteshssaxena View Post
    Kohli will win easily.
    Yeah those performances are indeed disappointing but his only competitor in odis has the same weakness. Infact he is known for that (You know Who ) .
    So clear cut win for the King.
    This is true

    Competition between two chokers.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Pakistan have had their moments but our status changed from a big team to mid-table merchants in this decade.

    We were too mediocre for very prolonged spells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    Yeah, some claim (either rankings wise or tournament wise) to number 1 in every format. Obviously, we weren’t number 1 for a sustained period in any, where we absolutely dominated, but those are quite decent returns for probably one of the toughest decades in our history.

    Just in the last 4 years, we were “number 1 in ODIs” via the Champions Trophy, and ranked ICC number 1 in both T20s and Tests.

    Not to sound delusional because I think we’ve failed in so many ways, but there’s some things we can be proud of.
    I’m trying to work out, if you take the negativity brigade out of the picture...we actually haven’t been so terrible during our exile decade.

    What exactly have New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and West Indies achieved more than us?

    Also, England only kicked on as a decent one day outfit after 2015.
    Last edited by The Viper; 24th November 2020 at 18:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Kohli View Post
    This is true

    Competition between two chokers.
    There lies RCB's problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    I’m trying to work out, if you take PP negativity brigade out of the picture...we actually haven’t been so terrible during our exile decade.

    What exactly have New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and West Indies achieved more than us?

    Also, England only kicked on as a decent one day outfit after 2015.
    Yeah, I completely 300% agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Pakistan have had their moments but our status changed from a big team to mid-table merchants in this decade.

    We were too mediocre for very prolonged spells.
    What did Pakistan team of the 2000's achieve ? Zilch. Group exits in both world cups, no CT etc. Last decade has been better results wise. In fact after Pakistan went in exile, they have won two major ICC tournaments. I will take that any day of the week over Pak team of 2000's who achieved nothing.

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    AB de Villiers could have swept the entire awards categories except bowlers if he remained committed to international cricket. Has himself to blame for downgrading his legacy.

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    Bit surprised that Younis Khan didnt make it to the Test player of the decade nominations. He scored 18 100s in the last decade in the 7 years he played. Averaged 60+ in 4 of those years and took 72 catches. He had better average than both Root and Williamson while more 100s than Joe Root. Younis had just 3 less 100s than Williamson who was able to play for whole 10 years in the decade vs Younis' 7 years.

    Maybe there are certain other aspects involved but, still on the face value a bit surprising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab Fan View Post
    There lies RCB's problem
    Last edited by King_Kohli; 24th November 2020 at 19:37.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Surprised younis khan isnt thier

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeteshssaxena View Post
    Yasir Shah ahead of Ashwin, abdv, amla, steyn is debatable but still ok.

    The reason i can think of is that Shah carries his team on his shoulders and if we analyse performances of pak players in wins he will be a mile ahead of others.
    Also i think he was the fastest to 200 wkts. Deserves some recognition
    Yeah Yasir Shah has literally carried our test team on his back since 2015 I can't even count how many games he's won us single handedly and he's by far the fastest to 200 wickets, and as a spinner he's performed everywhere apart from Australia and he's only had 1 test in SA and NZ so can't really say much there. But everywhere else he's played he's taken wickets and won us multiple games. I don't think you can say the same for Aswhin and India would be just fine without him. India's batting is good enough to win games with Pakistan if Yasir doesn't take a bunch of wickets to get teams out under 250 it's a big problem. Also Amla played in a batting line-up full of stars Smith, AB, Kallis, and Faf. Too me Younis Khan is a bigger omission than AB and Amla if you look at the age he played at and how he continued to pile on runs in all conditions even at his age.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Worst decade for Pakistan cricket but we still won an ICC trophy, reached No.1 position in Tests under Misbah and were T20i number 1 for quite a lengthy period.

    Better than quite a few I would say.
    Was it worse than the 2000s? World Cup Eliminations in the first round both times, compared to Semi's Quarter Finals, and a 5th place finish in which we beat both the finalists. Also won a Champions Trophy and thrashed India in the final of it. Those world events alone put it above the 2000s for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Bit surprised that Younis Khan didnt make it to the Test player of the decade nominations. He scored 18 100s in the last decade in the 7 years he played. Averaged 60+ in 4 of those years and took 72 catches. He had better average than both Root and Williamson while more 100s than Joe Root. Younis had just 3 less 100s than Williamson who was able to play for whole 10 years in the decade vs Younis' 7 years.

    Maybe there are certain other aspects involved but, still on the face value a bit surprising.
    Exactly and look at his conversion rate any time he got in you just knew he was going to get a big one. I'm very surprised he's not there.


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    But how come they announcing these almost a year later didn't the decade end on December 31 2019 lol. It's a bit weird to reflect on something that ended a year ago.


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    Quote Originally Posted by QalandarFan View Post
    Was it worse than the 2000s? World Cup Eliminations in the first round both times, compared to Semi's Quarter Finals, and a 5th place finish in which we beat both the finalists. Also won a Champions Trophy and thrashed India in the final of it. Those world events alone put it above the 2000s for me.
    Our success and failure is defined by the success and failure of our arch rival. We were relatively on par, competitive with India until 2011-12. That is why our fans would never really highlight the let downs of that decade, but this decade will be remembered for the clear/massive gulf in Indian and Pakistan cricket.

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    Ben Stokes should have been nominated for player of the decade ahead of Joe Root and Ravichandran Ashwin IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab Fan View Post
    Ben Stokes should have been nominated for player of the decade ahead of Joe Root and Ravichandran Ashwin IMO.
    Lol. Stokes debuted in 2011. He was mediocre from 2011-18. Why does every only remember 2019?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Our success and failure is defined by the success and failure of our arch rival. We were relatively on par, competitive with India until 2011-12. That is why our fans would never really highlight the let downs of that decade, but this decade will be remembered for the clear/massive gulf in Indian and Pakistan cricket.
    2000's was a really poor decade for Pakistan FGS. Pakistan lost 12 consecutive tests to Australia in that decade. Compare that to last decade where Pakistan won 2 series against them and drew in England in 2010. I will take that any time over the mediocre team of 2000's

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyWarsFan View Post
    Lol. Stokes debuted in 2011. He was mediocre from 2011-18. Why does every only remember 2019?
    Stokes is an ATG. He was player of the series in England series win in South Africa twice.

    He also played the greatest test knock as well as greatest ODI knock of all-time in same year.

    In both these knocks, he took versatility to another level.

    Further, he was player of the tournament playing for Pune SuperGiant in IPL 2017.

    He will be only behind Kohli and Smith as my player of the decade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab Fan View Post
    Stokes is an ATG. He was player of the series in England series win in South Africa twice.

    He also played the greatest test knock as well as greatest ODI knock of all-time in same year.

    In both these knocks, he took versatility to another level.

    Further, he was player of the tournament playing for Pune SuperGiant in IPL 2017.

    He will be only behind Kohli and Smith as my player of the decade.
    Again, those achievements are great, but they have only come in the last 3 or so years. I couldn't tell you what Stokes did from 2011 until maybe 2017. Player of the decade requires consistency over the entire decade. Not a good 3 or so years.

    Kohli and smith have performances from every year. I could name a good Kohli performance from 2010,11,12 and so on. Same for smith. But not stokes. So he isn't anywhere near player of the decade. Someone like AB or Kane is a much better shout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyWarsFan View Post
    Again, those achievements are great, but they have only come in the last 3 or so years. I couldn't tell you what Stokes did from 2011 until maybe 2017. Player of the decade requires consistency over the entire decade. Not a good 3 or so years.

    Kohli and smith have performances from every year. I could name a good Kohli performance from 2010,11,12 and so on. Same for smith. But not stokes. So he isn't anywhere near player of the decade. Someone like AB or Kane is a much better shout.
    I think you missed my point. I said he should have been nominated for player of the decade ahead of Ash and Root. I didn't said he should win the award.

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    Sorry but too many Indian players in these lists.

    Also Sana Mir not in womens list? Surely!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Sorry but too many Indian players in these lists.
    Why is that a problem if they deserve to be there?

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    All Format Batting
    Player Span Years Played Mat Runs Ave SR 100 50
    V Kohli 2010-2019 10 386 20960 57.58 80.04 69 98
    AB de Villiers 2010-2018 9 250 12820 54.32 80.48 34 67
    KC Sangakkara 2010-2015 6 224 12017 53.17 68.68 32 65
    SPD Smith 2010-2019 10 226 11551 50.88 65.08 34 55
    JE Root 2012-2019 8 264 14108 48.48 67.36 33 83
    HM Amla 2010-2019 10 286 15185 48.05 67.99 47 68
    CA Pujara 2010-2019 10 80 5791 47.85 46.61 18 24
    LRPL Taylor 2010-2019 10 302 13189 47.1 73.83 32 66
    Misbah-ul-Haq 2010-2017 8 179 8103 46.83 55.81 8 68
    KS Williamson 2010-2019 10 284 14016 46.72 66.41 34 79
    MJ Clarke 2010-2015 6 156 8025 46.65 66.44 20 31
    RG Sharma 2010-2019 10 302 12782 46.64 88.63 38 66
    IJL Trott 2010-2015 6 115 6274 46.13 57.04 12 38
    MS Dhoni 2010-2019 10 324 9601 44.86 78.22 7 58
    DA Warner 2010-2019 10 260 13778 44.58 85.74 41 62
    AN Cook 2010-2018 9 180 11320 44.39 51.66 27 53
    F du Plessis 2011-2019 9 249 10669 43.36 68.91 22 64
    IR Bell 2010-2015 6 152 7448 42.56 58.52 16 45
    AD Mathews 2010-2019 10 333 11670 42.12 63.92 12 74
    Younis Khan 2010-2017 8 126 6400 42.1 54.52 19 23
    Azhar Ali 2010-2019 10 130 7730 41.11 46.71 19 43
    Q de Kock 2012-2019 8 197 8608 40.79 89.48 19 46


    All Format Bowling
    Player Span Years Played Mat Wkts Ave Econ SR 5W
    VD Philander 2011-2019 9 84 255 22.01 2.8 47 13
    DW Steyn 2010-2019 10 179 450 22.79 3.63 37.6 18
    Saeed Ajmal 2010-2015 6 174 383 23.38 3.35 41.7 12
    PJ Cummins 2011-2019 9 112 267 23.57 3.71 38 6
    MA Starc 2010-2019 10 169 451 24.01 3.93 36.6 20
    K Rabada 2014-2019 6 137 335 24.28 4.09 35.5 10
    JM Anderson 2010-2019 10 180 537 25.11 2.96 50.8 21
    M Morkel 2010-2018 9 196 436 25.67 3.67 41.9 9
    Imran Tahir 2011-2019 9 165 293 25.73 4.38 35.1 7
    JR Hazlewood 2010-2019 10 102 275 26.14 3.19 49 10
    Mohammed Shami 2013-2019 7 128 321 26.22 4.04 38.8 6
    SL Malinga 2010-2019 10 223 340 26.36 5.62 28.1 11
    TA Boult 2011-2019 9 181 459 26.44 3.65 43.4 13
    MG Johnson 2010-2015 6 142 328 26.52 3.94 40.2 9
    HMRKB Herath 2010-2018 9 154 450 27.05 3.01 53.8 31
    R Ashwin 2010-2019 10 227 564 27.15 3.47 46.9 27
    SCJ Broad 2010-2019 10 213 530 28.38 3.35 50.7 14
    KAJ Roach 2010-2019 10 145 289 28.77 3.77 45.7 10
    ST Finn 2010-2017 8 126 254 29.05 4.23 41.1 7
    Shakib Al Hasan 2010-2019 10 238 418 29.06 3.99 43.6 16
    RA Jadeja 2010-2019 10 234 414 29.52 3.48 50.8 10
    TG Southee 2010-2019 10 238 475 30.14 3.94 45.8 12
    UT Yadav 2010-2019 10 127 257 31.44 4.44 42.4 3
    I Sharma 2010-2019 10 119 299 31.89 3.46 55.2 9
    JO Holder 2013-2019 7 169 252 32.13 4.01 47.9 8
    NM Lyon 2011-2019 9 126 410 33.13 3.14 63.2 16


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    SPD Smith 2010-2019 10 72 7164 62.84 55.59 26 28
    KC Sangakkara 2010-2015 6 46 4851 61.4 52.22 17 20
    S Chanderpaul 2010-2015 6 41 3198 60.33 44.62 9 13
    AB de Villiers 2010-2018 9 60 5059 57.48 55.65 13 27
    V Kohli 2011-2019 9 84 7202 54.97 57.81 27 22
    Younis Khan 2010-2017 8 55 4839 54.37 50.47 18 12
    KS Williamson 2010-2019 10 78 6379 51.44 51.55 21 31
    Misbah-ul-Haq 2010-2017 8 57 4225 50.29 46.15 8 35
    HM Amla 2010-2019 10 85 6695 49.96 50.48 21 27
    CA Pujara 2010-2019 10 75 5740 49.48 46.69 18 24
    MJ Clarke 2010-2015 6 59 4717 48.62 58.37 16 10
    JE Root 2012-2019 8 89 7359 48.41 54.37 17 45
    DA Warner 2011-2019 9 83 7088 48.21 73.04 23 30
    LRPL Taylor 2010-2019 10 76 5486 48.12 60.12 15 25
    AN Cook 2010-2018 9 111 8818 46.41 46.93 23 37
    IR Bell 2010-2015 6 67 4436 44.8 48.88 13 25
    AD Mathews 2010-2019 10 77 5325 44.37 48.54 9 32
    BB McCullum 2010-2016 7 52 3979 44.21 66.39 9 16
    AM Rahane 2013-2019 7 63 4112 43.74 50.65 11 22
    IJL Trott 2010-2015 6 49 3560 43.41 47.5 8 18
    TWM Latham 2014-2019 6 49 3554 42.81 46.72 11 16
    Azhar Ali 2010-2019 10 77 5885 42.64 41.82 16 31
    Shakib Al Hasan 2010-2019 10 42 3147 42.52 64.39 5 21
    Tamim Iqbal 2010-2019 10 46 3719 41.78 58.72 8 25
    LD Chandimal 2011-2019 9 55 3846 41.35 49.01 11 18
    F du Plessis 2012-2019 8 62 3799 41.29 45.98 9 21
    UT Khawaja 2011-2019 9 44 2887 40.66 50.55 8 14

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    PJ Cummins 2011-2019 9 29 139 21.92 2.78 47.2 5
    VD Philander 2011-2019 9 61 220 21.99 2.64 49.9 13
    DW Steyn 2010-2019 10 59 267 22.29 3.04 43.9 15
    RJ Harris 2010-2015 6 27 113 23.52 2.78 50.7 5
    JM Anderson 2010-2019 10 106 429 24.35 2.65 54.9 20
    RA Jadeja 2012-2019 8 48 211 24.64 2.43 60.7 9
    R Ashwin 2011-2019 9 70 362 25.36 2.83 53.6 27
    M Morkel 2010-2018 9 67 248 25.99 2.98 52.3 7
    JR Hazlewood 2014-2019 6 51 195 26.2 2.78 56.5 7
    JO Holder 2014-2019 6 40 106 26.37 2.56 61.7 6
    HMRKB Herath 2010-2018 9 72 363 26.41 2.75 57.5 30
    N Wagner 2012-2019 8 46 201 26.51 3.08 51.6 9
    KAJ Roach 2010-2019 10 51 173 26.89 3.12 51.6 8
    MA Starc 2011-2019 9 56 240 27.08 3.37 48.2 13
    Mohammed Shami 2013-2019 7 47 175 27.09 3.3 49.1 5
    SCJ Broad 2010-2019 10 111 403 27.65 2.92 56.6 14
    TA Boult 2011-2019 9 65 256 28.01 2.97 56.4 8
    Mohammad Amir 2010-2019 10 29 101 28.51 2.75 62 3
    MG Johnson 2010-2015 6 43 176 28.68 3.43 50 8
    TG Southee 2010-2019 10 65 255 28.83 2.98 57.9 8
    PM Siddle 2010-2019 10 52 167 30.16 2.87 62.9 6
    UT Yadav 2011-2019 9 45 142 30.26 3.58 50.6 3
    ST Finn 2010-2016 7 36 125 30.4 3.55 51.2 5
    Yasir Shah 2014-2019 6 38 209 30.43 3.18 57.2 16
    ST Gabriel 2012-2019 8 45 133 30.63 3.37 54.3 5
    Shakib Al Hasan 2010-2019 10 42 162 31.97 3.09 61.9 13
    NM Lyon 2011-2019 9 95 380 32.11 3.01 63.9 16
    I Sharma 2010-2019 10 77 238 32.28 3.16 61.2 9
    Taijul Islam 2014-2019 6 27 106 32.78 3.21 61.2 7
    BA Stokes 2013-2019 7 60 139 33.13 3.34 59.4 4


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    AB de Villiers 2010-2018 9 135 6485 64.2 109.76 21 33
    V Kohli 2010-2019 10 227 11125 60.79 94.11 42 52
    LRPL Taylor 2010-2019 10 155 6428 54.01 83.56 17 39
    RG Sharma 2010-2019 10 180 8249 53.56 90.63 28 39
    KC Sangakkara 2010-2015 6 142 6356 52.96 84.7 15 42
    JE Root 2013-2019 7 143 5856 51.36 87.37 16 33
    MS Dhoni 2010-2019 10 196 5640 50.35 85.79 4 39
    HM Amla 2010-2019 10 159 7265 49.76 89.11 26 33
    MJ Clarke 2010-2015 6 82 3036 48.19 81.28 4 20
    KS Williamson 2010-2019 10 149 6132 47.9 81.82 13 39
    DA Warner 2011-2019 9 109 4884 47.88 96.04 17 19
    JM Bairstow 2011-2019 9 74 2861 47.68 104.07 9 11
    F du Plessis 2011-2019 9 143 5507 47.47 88.6 12 35
    Misbah-ul-Haq 2010-2015 6 106 3599 45.55 70.98 0 33
    Q de Kock 2013-2019 7 115 4907 45.01 95.2 14 24
    TM Dilshan 2010-2016 7 159 6296 44.65 87.03 17 31
    AD Mathews 2010-2019 10 196 5437 44.56 83.74 3 37
    S Dhawan 2010-2019 10 133 5518 44.5 94.01 17 27
    MJ Guptill 2010-2019 10 157 5888 42.35 88.06 15 29
    SPD Smith 2010-2019 10 118 3810 41.41 86.31 8 23
    JC Buttler 2012-2019 8 142 3843 40.88 119.83 9 20
    Mushfiqur Rahim 2010-2019 10 157 5178 40.77 83.16 7 33
    BA Stokes 2011-2019 9 95 2682 40.63 93.94 3 20
    EJG Morgan 2010-2019 10 195 6241 40.52 94.9 12 38
    SR Watson 2010-2015 6 94 3481 40.47 96.05 5 23
    AJ Finch 2013-2019 7 119 4559 40.34 89.51 15 24
    IR Bell 2010-2015 6 82 2933 40.17 81.74 3 20

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    MA Starc 2010-2019 10 85 172 20.99 5.02 25 7
    Saeed Ajmal 2010-2015 6 91 157 21.9 4.24 30.9 2
    MG Johnson 2010-2015 6 81 128 24.45 4.71 31.1 1
    M Morkel 2010-2018 9 94 154 24.46 4.96 29.5 2
    DW Steyn 2010-2019 10 90 145 24.8 4.72 31.4 3
    Imran Tahir 2011-2019 9 107 173 24.83 4.65 32 3
    Mohammed Shami 2013-2019 7 73 136 25 5.5 27.2 1
    TA Boult 2012-2019 8 89 164 25.06 5.05 29.7 5
    JM Anderson 2010-2015 6 74 108 28.15 4.87 34.6 1
    SL Malinga 2010-2019 10 162 248 28.74 5.46 31.5 8
    Junaid Khan 2011-2019 9 76 110 29.23 5.35 32.7 0
    ST Finn 2011-2017 7 69 102 29.37 5.06 34.8 2
    Dawlat Zadran 2011-2019 9 82 115 29.76 5.44 32.7 0
    Shakib Al Hasan 2010-2019 10 131 177 30.15 4.72 38.2 2
    CR Woakes 2011-2019 9 99 142 30.47 5.59 32.6 3
    KAJ Roach 2010-2019 10 85 108 31.69 5.02 37.8 2
    Mohammad Nabi 2010-2019 10 121 130 31.83 4.3 44.3 0
    RAS Lakmal 2010-2019 10 82 105 32.05 5.43 35.3 0
    NLTC Perera 2010-2019 10 159 171 32.1 5.82 33 4
    R Ashwin 2010-2017 8 111 150 32.91 4.91 40.1 0
    UT Yadav 2010-2018 9 75 106 33.63 6.01 33.5 0
    TG Southee 2010-2019 10 116 156 34.11 5.48 37.3 3
    Shahid Afridi 2010-2015 6 110 126 34.48 4.65 44.4 6
    B Kumar 2012-2019 8 114 132 34.6 5.02 41.2 1
    Rubel Hossain 2010-2019 10 93 116 34.68 5.69 36.5 1


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    V Kohli 2010-2019 10 75 2633 52.66 138.07 0 24
    MS Dhoni 2010-2019 10 78 1261 45.03 133.29 0 2
    JP Duminy 2010-2019 10 63 1562 43.38 126.78 0 9
    BB McCullum 2010-2015 6 41 1327 39.02 144.71 2 8
    AJ Finch 2011-2019 9 58 1878 38.32 156.5 2 11
    F du Plessis 2012-2019 8 44 1363 35.86 135.48 1 8
    GJ Maxwell 2012-2019 8 61 1576 35.02 160 3 7
    MJ Guptill 2010-2019 10 71 2197 34.87 136.29 2 15
    HM Amla 2011-2018 8 42 1225 34.02 133.58 0 8
    RG Sharma 2010-2019 10 90 2392 32.32 140.12 4 17
    Shoaib Malik 2010-2019 10 84 1709 31.64 126.4 0 5
    KS Williamson 2011-2019 9 57 1505 31.35 121.76 0 9
    Mohammad Shahzad 2010-2018 9 65 1936 31.22 134.81 1 12
    AD Hales 2011-2019 9 60 1644 31.01 136.65 1 8
    SK Raina 2010-2018 9 67 1456 30.97 136.97 1 4
    C Munro 2012-2019 8 60 1546 30.92 160.04 3 9
    Q de Kock 2012-2019 8 38 1018 30.84 129.35 0 4
    SR Watson 2010-2016 7 51 1376 30.57 147.48 1 10
    MN Samuels 2011-2018 8 61 1480 30.2 112.8 0 9
    DA Warner 2010-2019 10 68 1806 30.1 141.09 1 13
    CH Gayle 2010-2019 10 46 1173 30.07 140.81 1 9

    T20 Bowling (2010-2019)
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    Rashid Khan 2015-2019 5 45 84 12.52 6.15 12.2 2
    Imran Tahir 2013-2019 7 38 63 15.04 6.73 13.4 2
    KJ O'Brien 2010-2019 10 81 54 18.87 7.63 14.8 0
    SL Malinga 2010-2019 10 59 82 19.03 7.15 15.9 2
    Saeed Ajmal 2010-2015 6 53 66 19.3 6.51 17.7 0
    Mohammad Amir 2010-2019 10 38 50 19.46 6.86 17 0
    KMDN Kulasekara 2010-2017 8 49 60 20.16 7.1 17 0
    Mustafizur Rahman 2015-2019 5 37 52 20.48 7.87 15.5 1
    GH Dockrell 2010-2019 10 73 75 20.52 6.95 17.7 0
    Shakib Al Hasan 2010-2019 10 65 79 20.67 6.83 18.1 1
    WB Rankin 2010-2019 10 44 50 20.72 6.72 18.4 0
    S Badree 2012-2018 7 52 56 21.07 6.17 20.4 0
    SP Narine 2012-2019 8 51 52 21.25 6.01 21.1 0
    R Ashwin 2010-2017 8 46 52 22.94 6.97 19.7 0
    CJ Jordan 2014-2019 6 43 54 24.07 8.58 16.8 0
    TG Southee 2010-2019 10 57 64 25.67 8.31 18.5 1
    Mohammad Nabi 2010-2019 10 75 69 26.65 7.16 22.3 0
    Shahid Afridi 2010-2018 9 73 61 29.81 6.96 25.7 0
    NLTC Perera 2010-2019 10 79 51 31.92 9.26 20.6 0


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    Pretty embarassing for Pakistan really. We've got one player shoe horned into a catagory which he won't win in a million years.

    And the only other nomination is a spirit award for someone who's ironically one of the biggest villians in Pakistan cricket right now

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    LOL. Kohli for spirit of cricket? I guess people have forgotten about the time he gave the SCG crowd the middle finger.

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    Spirit of cricket nomination for Kohli. Why?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Spirit of cricket nomination for Kohli. Why?
    umm maybe they don't understand Hindi
    that's why
    the passionate words which comes from his mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Spirit of cricket nomination for Kohli. Why?
    Reasons below:

    1)Asked crowd to stop booing at Steve Smith.

    2)Gifted his bat to M.Amir and also seen smiling with Pak players after CT Finals defeat.

    3)Over the top respect shown to Sangakkara on his final test.

    4)Carried Tendulkar on his shoulder after India won the world cup and give him a free trip around Wankhede.

    5)Gave himself out when there was no edge aginst Pakistan in world cup 2019.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajdeep View Post
    Reasons below:

    1)Asked crowd to stop booing at Steve Smith.

    2)Gifted his bat to M.Amir and also seen smiling with Pak players after CT Finals defeat.

    3)Over the top respect shown to Sangakkara on his final test.

    4)Carried Tendulkar on his shoulder after India won the world cup and give him a free trip around Wankhede.

    5)Gave himself out when there was no edge aginst Pakistan in world cup 2019.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedwoodOriginal View Post
    LOL. Kohli for spirit of cricket? I guess people have forgotten about the time he gave the SCG crowd the middle finger.
    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Spirit of cricket nomination for Kohli. Why?
    Quote Originally Posted by Rajdeep View Post
    Reasons below:

    1)Asked crowd to stop booing at Steve Smith.

    2)Gifted his bat to M.Amir and also seen smiling with Pak players after CT Finals defeat.

    3)Over the top respect shown to Sangakkara on his final test.

    4)Carried Tendulkar on his shoulder after India won the world cup and give him a free trip around Wankhede.

    5)Gave himself out when there was no edge aginst Pakistan in world cup 2019.
    Rajdeep has explained it.

    Having said that, as hard as Kohli tries, I still don't find him stable and consistent enough to win spirit of cricket award. I think a player must be judged based on when things are going South.

    Sachin, Williamson etc are some cricketers who have proven to be thorough gentlemen even in adversity. Williamson deservedly takes this one as far as I am concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajdeep View Post
    3)Over the top respect shown to Sangakkara on his final test.
    Kohli's Stan moment

    I do my best to put it behind me. The letter was cringe x 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyWarsFan View Post
    Lol. Stokes debuted in 2011. He was mediocre from 2011-18. Why does every only remember 2019?
    Stokes would've walked into any ODI or test team in the world on the basis of his form form from 2015-2018. If that's your definition of a mediocre cricketer I'll take 11 of them please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajdeep View Post
    Reasons below:

    1)Asked crowd to stop booing at Steve Smith.

    2)Gifted his bat to M.Amir and also seen smiling with Pak players after CT Finals defeat.

    3)Over the top respect shown to Sangakkara on his final test.

    4)Carried Tendulkar on his shoulder after India won the world cup and give him a free trip around Wankhede.

    5)Gave himself out when there was no edge aginst Pakistan in world cup 2019.
    Is our kaptaan a Pakistani? Cause this is some big hearted stuff right here

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    The ICC Awards Of The Decade will be 90% decided by the ICC Expert's Panel and the remaining 10% will be decided on the basis of votes.

    Spirit Of The Cricket Award will be solely decided from the count of votes.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Kohli View Post
    The ICC Awards Of The Decade will be 90% decided by the ICC Expert's Panel and the remaining 10% will be decided on the basis of votes.

    Spirit Of The Cricket Award will be solely decided from the count of votes.

    Lol Kohli is really going to win the spirit of cricket award now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mesozoic View Post
    Lol Kohli is really going to win the spirit of cricket award now.
    Not easy .

    Rohit fans and Dhoni fans from social media decided to vote against VK


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Most MOM & MOS awards in last decade (Across formats)

    Virat Kohli 56 & 15
    Rohit Sharma 31 & 8
    David Warner 31 & 8
    Martin Guptill 30 & 4
    M Hafeez 28 & 8
    AB de Villiers 26 & 8
    Last edited by King_Kohli; 25th November 2020 at 19:12.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Martin Guptil and M Hafeez really surprised me.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    MOM & MOS in Limited overs in last decade

    Virat Kohli - 47 & 12

    Rohit Sharma - 28 & 6


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    Rajdeep has explained it.

    Having said that, as hard as Kohli tries, I still don't find him stable and consistent enough to win spirit of cricket award. I think a player must be judged based on when things are going South.

    Sachin, Williamson etc are some cricketers who have proven to be thorough gentlemen even in adversity. Williamson deservedly takes this one as far as I am concerned.
    All good moments that made me respect Kohli more as a person. Particularly 1,2,4. But the kind of sledging and over the top displays of emotion he regularly indulges in disqualifies him from this category in my opinion. On many occasions he is very confrontational and 'in your face' with the opposition, and is unquestionably the most aggressive player in the Indian team. These kind of things are well and good in the heat of the battle but they shouldn't qualify you for a Spirit of Cricket award.

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    Im a bit bias but i thought Ross Taylor deserved a nomination for ODI batsman.

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    misbah deserves it


    "Life is Pain"
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    Spirit of cricket, i think it will go to either Dhoni or Kohli. The online voting bank of india is strong.

    Misbah cant compete with that.

    Kane williamson also has a following.


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    Where on earth are Sana Mir & Younis Khan in the list and why is Afridi not in the list for T20I who is arguably one of the best players of the format? This is ******** what about umar gul, the best t20i bowler?


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