Kohli - highest odi average among current Indian bats

Kohli - highest odi average among current Indian bats

Post by Moha » Tue, 12 Jan 2010 23:25:22


If he scores another 20 odd runs, he will be comfortably ahead of
Dhoni, even if he gets out.

Go Virat! Pretty good day for Karnataka and Bangalore.

Mohan

 
 
 

Kohli - highest odi average among current Indian bats

Post by Moha » Tue, 12 Jan 2010 23:39:32


Quote:
> If he scores another 20 odd runs, he will be comfortably ahead of
> Dhoni, even if he gets out.

> Go Virat! Pretty good day for Karnataka and Bangalore.

> Mohan

And if he remains not out, it will be the highest career average
achieved by any Indian bat after playing 10 or more matches.
Currently, Dhoni's 54.58 after 40 matches is the record, as far as I
could see. Tendulkar and Ganguly's highest has been around 45 and
Dravid's 42.

Mohan

 
 
 

Kohli - highest odi average among current Indian bats

Post by Tweedle De » Wed, 13 Jan 2010 00:21:30


Quote:
> If he scores another 20 odd runs, he will be comfortably ahead of
> Dhoni, even if he gets out.

> Go Virat! Pretty good day for Karnataka and Bangalore.

> Mohan

I suppose it's only a matter of time before the "Bangaloreans do it
again and again" subject line reappears on rsc :-)

Cheers,

TD

 
 
 

Kohli - highest odi average among current Indian bats

Post by Don speaks the trut » Wed, 13 Jan 2010 03:36:58


Quote:

> > If he scores another 20 odd runs, he will be comfortably ahead of
> > Dhoni, even if he gets out.

> > Go Virat! Pretty good day for Karnataka and Bangalore.

> > Mohan

> And if he remains not out, it will be the highest career average
> achieved by any Indian bat after playing 10 or more matches.
> Currently, Dhoni's 54.58 after 40 matches is the record, as far as I
> could see. Tendulkar and Ganguly's highest has been around 45 and
> Dravid's 42.

> Mohan

He is from Delhi and he won the WC u-19 for India as a Delhi Boy.
Be satisfied with your Vinay Kumars and Abhimanyu Mithuns.

Don

 
 
 

Kohli - highest odi average among current Indian bats

Post by cricdabb.. » Wed, 13 Jan 2010 10:36:43


Quote:
> And if he remains not out, it will be the highest career average
> achieved by any Indian bat after playing 10 or more matches.
> Currently, Dhoni's 54.58 after 40 matches is the record, as far as I
> could see. Tendulkar and Ganguly's highest has been around 45 and
> Dravid's 42.

Kohli does seem top-average-dog right now,
but I think Kaif was the previous one.
He had an average of 56.81 after 26 ODIs.
 
 
 

Kohli - highest odi average among current Indian bats

Post by Jaye » Fri, 15 Jan 2010 14:30:02


Quote:

> > If he scores another 20 odd runs, he will be comfortably ahead of
> > Dhoni, even if he gets out.

> > Go Virat! Pretty good day for Karnataka and Bangalore.

> > Mohan

> I suppose it's only a matter of time before the "Bangaloreans do it
> again and again" subject line reappears on rsc :-)

That's normally reserved for Taylor, Kallis etc.

Regards,
Jayen