> > much against England. Though it's feasible he may be weak against
> > one opponent while excellent against the rest.
ODIs vs England 95/96:
24 off 45 balls
19 off 18 balls
7 off 10 balls (2 wickets for 57)
47 off 46 balls
78 off 133 balls
13 off 28 balls
60 of 78 balls
Giving him an average of 35, plus 3 catches and 4 wickets. In the England side
only Stewart and Thorpe had a better average (43 and 46) with the next best
Englishmen at 28.4.
And in the World Cup against England:
15 of 31 balls
Nothing much wrong there for ODI play. Plus he captained SA to beat England 7 to
1 in 1995/6. Call that poor? Kicking ***is what I call it. Hansie is a Captain first,
and a player second, that's why he is good, and that's what England and Pakistan
needs (the only other good Captain I think IMHO is Ranatunga)
He was runout, b by Cork, b by de Freitas, b by Illingworth, b White twice, b Martin.