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Richhufc
Post subject: Re: Quarter final place?
PostPosted: 09:44 on 18th Mar 2011

Joined: 20:35 on 14th May 2008
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Location: Hereford
LCCC Wrote:
Hector Wrote:
Whatever you think of the standard of play, you cant dispute that Englands 6 games so far have been box office.



Did my eyes deceive me or did Morgan get out AGAIN trying to F*****G reverse sweep!! I thought the lad would have learn't his lesson after his dismissals in the Aussie ODI'S or is it an Irish thing? :shock:


'This lad' has built a highly successful ODI career based upon his ability to play both the reverse and conventional sweep. It's a shot he nails 9/10 and should be encouraged to play it where possible because it's his shot and the effect it has at maneuvering the field to open up other gaps.

The main ingredient of England's recent success with their ODI batting line up is to play without fear. Believe it or not you have to play shots to score runs ;)
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LCCC
Post subject: Re: Quarter final place?
PostPosted: 00:20 on 21st Mar 2011

Joined: 00:09 on 30th Nov 2010
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Richhufc Wrote:
LCCC Wrote:
Hector Wrote:
Whatever you think of the standard of play, you cant dispute that Englands 6 games so far have been box office.



Did my eyes deceive me or did Morgan get out AGAIN trying to F*****G reverse sweep!! I thought the lad would have learn't his lesson after his dismissals in the Aussie ODI'S or is it an Irish thing? :shock:


'This lad' has built a highly successful ODI career based upon his ability to play both the reverse and conventional sweep. It's a shot he nails 9/10 and should be encouraged to play it where possible because it's his shot and the effect it has at maneuvering the field to open up other gaps.

The main ingredient of England's recent success with their ODI batting line up is to play without fear. Believe it or not you have to play shots to score runs ;)


But when you are consistently getting out to the same shot isn't it time to review your options? I don't think his recent efforts with this type of shot is anywhere near 9/10. From memory, 3 times in the ODI's against Australia before he went home injured and again here in his 2nd dig.

Oh well, let's hope that he doesn't get out cheaply in the QF Rich! ;)
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