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I am struggeling with the following sentence:

 

Be the best in Cricket!

 

OR

 

Be the best at Cricket!

 

Both test correct on grammarly. But I don't know which one is the best usage.

asked Nov 18 '13 at 11:56 Jacob New member

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It is similar to good at something and good in something. To me, "Be the best at Cricket" sounds fine.

link answered Nov 18 '13 at 12:44 Sanjay Expert

Thanks so much!

JacobNov 19 '13 at 07:57

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