The guy doing the ranking must be a mathematical genius and am sure no one checks his work, else such random ranking would have been edited to make some sense.
Example 1 : KL Rahul averages 28 per innings this series and gets 7/10 Example 2 : While Pujara and Vijay are ranked 9/10 (fair enough) how does Rohit Sharma who averages 217 for the series get 8/10 (he bats low down the order and a 50 plus average is really good) He is just 1 point above KL Rahul. Example 3: W Saha was superlative behind the stumps against spin and pace and for doing a super job in his primary role gets a 6/10. Seems he got penalised for not having a great show in his secondary role (of batting). But truth be told we needed his keeping more than his batting, as we needed wickets more than runs. Example 4: Bowlers like Shami, Kumar, Ishant and Jadeja all get between 7 to 8 on 10 (fair enough). However the highest wicket taker for the series R Ashwin (whose bowling in both innings actually won us the only test that we won this series) gets a downgrade of 6/10. These ratings cannot be taken seriously.
Re: Mathematical Genius
by RK gaur (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2017 02:17 PM
'india register world record of nine series win in a row' how foolish ,out of 200 odd countries in the world only 8 countries play cricket then how is it world record series win
surpise is how & why 1.25 billion people are bearing this wrongness
Is that for scoring 17 runs in the series? Is that an achievement? He should be given 0. How Ishant fared better than Ashwin? No clues. If Umesh can get 4 points for his 5 wickets, then Ashwin should get 10 points!!!