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Maximillian
July 28, 2002, 08:03 PM
Bashar needs 130 more - will he in this test ???

Lets see how many of you are bold enough to comment ??

My hand is - he'll be adding atleast a 100 more.

Orpheus
July 28, 2002, 10:42 PM
you got my support!! But I am not only depending on Bashar, my eyes are on rest - especially, Tushar and Ashraful. (mostly because they did very bad in practices -time to recover... and they are the replacements of the two unsuccesful oldies....)

Zobair
July 28, 2002, 11:02 PM
and bash them silly :)...of course hopefully he will play sensibly and bash the bad balls only...

fwullah
July 28, 2002, 11:03 PM
I suspect Bashar will score 70+ runs in 2 innings together and thus will not reach close to 1000 Runs this time.

Tehsin
July 28, 2002, 11:11 PM
I would but i'd rather save myself from the gonopituni I'd get if Sumon fails. *sigh*
You'd think in a free country a person can exercise their freedom without the fear of ..........

Maximillian
July 29, 2002, 02:44 AM
He just got out - boy, even Arnab couldn't demoralize me this much. Next time around, I will have to choose my country of Birth a little more carefully.

Orpheus
July 29, 2002, 02:45 AM
I take back all my optimistic mood toward Bangladesh. I shouldn't have put that much faith on these losers. I should have known better. They can't even reply to an insult (srilankan team 2nd test). They broke our heart -- mother _______(I will leave the rest to you to fill out)

P.S. The above reply was posted after the fall of Bashar's wicket.

Tehsin
July 29, 2002, 02:54 AM
Did you mean to say Mother child ? *with an indian accent and indian english), You are wrong my firend, they are not good enough to be mother childs.
Kono mayer shontaan eibhabe habu dubu khaiya pavilion e phire jaite parena. Mayer pola hoile desher ijjot rakhto, starting with breaking that ^%$#%$%# 10th wicket pair. Bengal tigers na chai. Manik roton ki kichu khuje pawa jaabe ? This was our chance to avoid a follow on or an innings defeat, at this rate - that (follow on and innings defeat) possibility is looming large over our shoulders.

Zobair
July 29, 2002, 04:25 AM
some of the kids whom I knew in school used to take heart from the following saying when they had to repeat the same grade year after year:

"Failure is the pillar of success"

Am I comparing our royal bengal tigers to those failtush kiddos you ask?...well I have a palta question.."why do you even ask?! huh?!? HHUUUUHH?!?!? Don't ask....no questions...no comments...let me be..ok?!?!...i answer no questions no more...leave me alone!.... ok you?!?!??

[Edited on 29-7-2002 by pompous]

[Edited on 29-7-2002 by pompous]

Arnab
July 29, 2002, 06:00 AM
I boldly predict Sumon will score 11 runs in 28 balls in the first innings. Yeah, how prophetic am I!

Taposh Baisya's debut as a batsman has been much better than Ashraful's, that's for sure.:P

Zobair
July 29, 2002, 06:27 AM
congrats to him...that was as good a test knock one can expect from any number 8 batsman any day! kopali was very good too...both of them seem to be serious all-rounder quality material...of course my sole basis is this one test match which even isn't over yet.

fwullah
July 29, 2002, 08:00 AM
If we can score the same average totals with or without Bulbul and Akram, then why should we keep on playing the oldies as well as Moni?

Mahmood
July 29, 2002, 09:55 AM
164 against this team is pretty much the minimum. Cant do any worse. All I can say is, this middle order did worse than the previous middle order.

We really need to look for other options for 4 and 5. Neither Bulbul/Akram, nor Ash/Tush seems to be working. This Ash is burnt out and really ash now, no flames left.

Maximillian
July 29, 2002, 11:37 AM
This is too much of a coincidence - BD will just not play well when I'm following their game.

I get up in the middle of the night, and what happens on the second ball - Bashar is out.

I go back to sleep after my post, and BD has a great partnership.

I get up in the morning - first ball, Manjurul is out

Mahmood
July 29, 2002, 01:09 PM
Same goes for Tehsin bhai. We were able to manage not to wake him once, Ash scored the century that night. Since then, I dont give him anymore wake up calls, but he somehow making it to the game on his own.

But it goes the opposite for me, every time I am not watching, its a disaster. I went to sleep last night :-(

Orpheus
July 29, 2002, 01:10 PM
We all think like that. There is no such thing as jinx or whatever you call it.

Logic - (Assuming you don't have access to live television game) Actually you are waking up after the wicket falls. There is a certain delay in cricinfo. It's like the fall of the wicket is waking you up and letting you know...Yo, your team is LOSING - you are obligated to share the pain. No Dreams.

So next time, if you want to have your prayer accepted, you actually have to pray for it in advance - like 5-10 minutes. So when you go like 4, 4, 4 and you see FOUR pops up, it actually happened before you wished it :) AFter 5 minutes when you see OUT, that's actually the answer of your prayer of "4, 4, 4"

Good Day

Orpheus
July 29, 2002, 01:14 PM
Rajputro bhai, you beat me to the reply. One minute Delay :P

I guess we have both good charm and bad luck on this board. We may combine these two to create ultimate Power - ofcourse it must be used in betterment of BD team.

Tehsin
July 29, 2002, 01:30 PM
For the betterment of Bangladesh, I left after it turned from bad to worse around 51 for 5. All the big players gone but guess what, I moment I took my eyes of the PC and went to bed (For the first time in several weeks, I went to bed before 330). I wake up and I see two debutantes shaming the old B...... (Now, who was the one doubting my support for Kapali ?)

Coicidence ? I think NOT.

(I hope no one takes our posts seriously. khek)

Mahmood
July 29, 2002, 01:44 PM
I know. When I saw BD tail enders did that good, I thought, tehsin bhai must got frustrated and went to bed.

Thank you.