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ES’s Test XI 2015

ES’s Test XI 2015

It is finally time to bid adieu to a wonderful 2015. The year comprised of some very heated battles between the top nations of the world taking on each other in the longest format of the game. And as every national side is going through a phase of change from the old to the new, it was a year where the youngsters cashed in to catch the limelight and to make world a spectator and an admirer of their potential and talent. So, let’s take a look at some of the exceptional individual performances in our Test XI 2015:

1. David Warner:
There has been no question about ever doubting this talented young man. David Warner,with an average of 54.87 and 1317 runs, allays any qualms about his temperament in the longer format. But what makes the south paw an exceptional player is a staggering strike rate of 81.85 which hugely impacts the overall result of the game. What has been more admirable is that he understands his responsibility and has added a method to his madness, to ensure his team to great starts. Thus, a trip Down Under will certainly continue to haunt the opposition if David Warner stays among the runs.

David Warner
Australia’s David Warner hits a boundary during the first day of the second cricket test match against New Zealand at the WACA ground in Perth, Western Australia, November 13, 2015. REUTERS/David Gray/Files
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