This one will generate heated debates but here goes; my revised playing eleven for the world cup: Evin Lewis, Chris Gayle, Lendl Simmons, Shimron Heytmer, Nicholas Pooran, Sherafane Rutherford, Pollard, Russell, Allen, Bravo, Holder/Mcoy/Hosein/Thomas.
In my view this batting lineup cannot fail against any bowling attack. And that final bowler (Holder/Mcoy/Hosein/Thomas) added to Allen, Bravo, Russell, Pollard and Gayle is not a bad bowling mix.
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Hafeez to Seifert, made a lot of room but ended up missing it entirely.
Tim Seifert b Mohammad Hafeez 4 (16b 0x4 0x6) SR: 25
Hafeez to Webster, absolutely beautiful BUT it's confusing because one bail is dislodged but the keeper's gloves are nowhere near the stumps.
Keeper-bowler are sure that's out and the umpires are having a chat, it seems.
A very late referral upstairs with the soft signal out. Let's rewind: full ball outside off, and it turns in as Webster presses forward to defend. Past the outside edge, and takes a feather touch of the leg-stump bail which flew through the keeper's legs.
Tion Webster b Mohammad Hafeez 19 (14b 1x4 2x6) SR: 135.71
Hafeez to Narine, holes out as a soft dismissal is completed at mid on
Sunil Narine c Smith b Mohammad Hafeez 21 (20b 2x4 1x6) SR: 105