[ ICC World Cup Odi Super League ] Match 3 : Zimbabwe V/s Pakistan, Rawalpindi

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Blessing is an X factor bowler.
Closest we have had to that is Bliggie smalls.

He will get cartered and spray it but also get 2 wicketrs in 3 balls from nowhere.
its the height and bounce thing.

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Interesting! Good for him, finally getting the respect he deserves

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OK, what's the deal with the super over wickets taken? Won't they be added to the bowler's tally? Looks like they have not added them for Blessing. That also means it won't be a hat-trick for him.

Super over stats are just not considered for anything by the looks of it. It is like throwing away all the data of tiebreakers in Tennis. Makes no sense...

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CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Wed Nov 04, 2020 12:59 pm
OK, what's the deal with the super over wickets taken? Won't they be added to the bowler's tally? Looks like they have not added them for Blessing. That also means it won't be a hat-trick for him.

Super over stats are just not considered for anything by the looks of it. It is like throwing away all the data of tiebreakers in Tennis. Makes no sense...
Id say it has something to do with the extreme conditions bowlers and batters face, its not normal cricket.
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The match ended as a tie.

The tiebreaker is essentially a special game of cricket by itself. Stats should be kept soon for performance in super overs.

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Jemisi wrote:
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The tiebreaker is essentially a special game of cricket by itself. Stats should be kept soon for performance in super overs.
Yeah, super over stats could be tracked separately. There have been so many already in T20s. With the super league and focus on results, they will happen more frequently in ODIs too now.

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Well in football/ soccer a penalty shootout goal isn’t considered a goal on your career tally
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Taibu's ZRS inititiave talents are showing their abilities now, got to credit those peoples who found future in thoso raw talents.

Zimbabwe now needs to put that under19 chinaman in domestic cricket, whose addition in national team can make the attack look more lethal.
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jaybro wrote:
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Well in football/ soccer a penalty shootout goal isn’t considered a goal on your career tally
Yeah. But if you Moneyball it you keep the numbers on how blokes go in penalty shootouts.

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Stoneman Returns wrote:
Thu Nov 05, 2020 3:34 am
Taibu's ZRS inititiave talents are showing their abilities now, got to credit those peoples who found future in thoso raw talents.

Zimbabwe now needs to put that under19 chinaman in domestic cricket, whose addition in national team can make the attack look more lethal.
not sure if i buy that.
ZRS just led to it being a nursery for england to identify talent at the cost of a visa.
The only reason hes back and better is because northern england voted out of the EU, and him returning was the result of a chain effect.
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