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Another master from Australia
Born in NZ, CG was a MAster Class in accuracy and cunning. A great shame he was omitted from the '38 touring side - for some reason (Bradman? )
Youngester need to wait n watch till he settle down with his rhythm.
Took 10 wickets TWICE in first class cricket, once for 10 runs, still a world record. Took just shy of 2000 1st class wickets at an average of under 15.
This man should be number 1 - greatest spin bowler EVER! This list is a joke... Hogg definitely in top three! If not number 1!V 2 Comments
He is a good batsmen but not a good bowler
Duminy competitive hatrick in cricket World Cup against Sri Lanka
He is better than Sunil Narine and Nathan Lyon - Adron
In the 4th Test against England (which included Rhodes, Hobbs, Hendren and Wooley) his figures were 47 overs 8 maidens 9 for 121 - that's in just the second innings, not the match. Better than Shane Warne ever achieved in a test innings.
Very dangerous spin bowler. Along with Luke Ronchi as wicketkeeper, he's extremely deadly. New Zealand definitely have the best spin bowling attack.
Very very very good batsman and all rounder and player also
Very Good one in batting and bowling and can smash sixes over 200 metres
What a bowler
My favourite player
Played for India... Probable the best left arm spinner the world has witnessed, but went out like a silent soldier... He had great variety... He's the highest wicket taker in Indian Domestic cricket... His bowling against South Africa 10-6-6-5 was the best by any spinner in ODI cricket history till date, considering the average.
Silent player in 90's.One of the best Indian left arm spinner to bowl in those era.
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