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Cullinan: De Villiers is a batsman for all seasons

Sanjay Manjrekar and Daryll Cullinan discuss AB de Villiers' all-round batting ability on Match Point

December 22, 2013

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Posted by sidh78 on (December 23, 2013, 12:51 GMT)

yes it is disapointing that ind can't win this match but it is moral victory for yong & enexperienced indian team.becoz before the start of the series every one said that SA win by an inning& match will over in 2-3 days by seining the the other sc team last performanaces.but what happen in actual,ind dominate 4.5 days.every one says that indian batsmans not able to score more than total 300 in both innings.but the same indian batsmans score near 750 runs on fast bouncy seaming green pitch againsty the best bowlling attack of the world at their backyard(where many teams can not make even 50 odd runs &other sc team batsman can not stay there)as every one know indian bowling attack is weak but they all out SA below 250.yes last day they not bowl well& not won the match for india but not lost also.abd& duflesi are great players and they saved sa team before against great aus aatack in aus.so they do it against weak ind attack which is not a big thing for them.

Posted by rajatmehra on (December 23, 2013, 12:44 GMT)

ABD really is a class player. Hats off!!

Posted by   on (December 22, 2013, 17:51 GMT)

im an indian but a huge fan of ABD.....infact ma favourite cricketer in all world at present......he s for sure the BEST BATSMAN of this era and his VERSATILITY in adapting to match situations make him the MOST DESIRED PLAYER in all formats....SALUTE.....

Posted by   on (December 22, 2013, 16:05 GMT)

AB - A cricketer that every team will kill to have in their team. There are very few batsmen in modern day cricket who can swith modes like him. SALUTE...

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