Bradmanesque


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Bradmanesque

(ˌbrædməˈnɛsk)
adj
(Cricket) cricket (of a batsman or innings) reminiscent of Sir Don Bradman in terms of dominance over the opposing bowlers
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But there remains no comparison between the Bradmanesque Smith and his six-times capped replacement.
With a Bradmanesque average in all formats of the game, and holding pole position in the ICC rankings in two of the three formats, Kohli is in the form of his life.
He was able to continue and battled bravely to score 59, but there remains no comparison between the six times capped replacement and the Bradmanesque Smith.
He's now more than 200 runs ahead of his nearest Premier Division challenger, and averaging a Bradmanesque 97 for the season.
Before this match, Kohli had an impressive average of 58.69 maintaining a bradmanesque strike rate of 92.51.
The latest one is the crowning glory and definitely of Bradmanesque proportions.
In his case, the 'Bradmanesque' descriptor isn't lightly used.
If unbeaten Durham thought they batted poorly to not make 300 from the platform laid by Rushworth and Jennings -- and they did -- it was Bradmanesque compared to what Middlesex's startled rabbits did once Durham turned on their headlights.
If unbeaten Durham thought they batted poorly to not make 300 from the platform laid by Rushworth and Jennings - and they did - it was Bradmanesque compared to what Middlesex's startled rabbits did once Durham turned on their headlights.
Last year the Australia captain added a Bradmanesque appetite for Test runs, accumulating 1,595 at an average of exactly 106, including three double centuries and a triple.
The opener has enjoyed a Bradmanesque summer, piling up the runs in the Test series, top-scoring in all four ODIs, and making a classy 47 not out as the Proteas stumbled to 77-5 from nine overs in Monday's abortive game in Manchester.
Very Bradmanesque. It all evened out once he toured India and was found out by quality spin.