- May 5, 2016
- AFL Club
He’s the epitome of one of those guys that a captain loves to have in his side even if he has a few shortfalls skill wise
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Oh please! On a complete road against a popgun attack who were already worn down. This is exactly what he does! n a situation of say 150/5 (which unfortunately for the Black Caps is a fairly occurrence) he will offer nothing meekly giving away his wicket I will now back up my claim.74 off 50 so far today. Averaging 36 as a number eight. What a hack.
Yes, he bowled a nice spell in the final as well.Funny timing for the OP. Has done very little wrong since the thread was started.
Harsh on Boult, he didn't bowl poorly. Should've had Roy out fist ball of the innings and to be honest at the death while Stokes won the battle he was reasonable.Spell of the tournament. 1/22 off 10 overs. Could’ve got more wickets. Slowed down England’s run rate to a crawl.
Boult on the other hand. Oh dear. 0/67 off 10, including the decisive 15 off the last over.
CDG should’ve balled the super over
At that point he averaged about 25 with the bat and 45 with the ball from memory. Ian Harvey ended up in the squad as well, who did he end up replacing?Yes, he bowled a nice spell in the final as well.
But to be fair to the OP here is the BF Andrew Symonds thread from 2003 I searched up for fun.
No disrespect intended to the early posters in that thread, I thought Roy wasn't much either at the time.