View Full Version : How BD Football Team will play against Uzbek?

February 1, 2006, 11:30 AM
How you guys take the forecast of Cruciani [2-0,/2-1]? Please have some comments on it.

February 1, 2006, 03:48 PM
As long as they don't under-estimate Uzbek and don't play like Uzbuk ( as they played against India), they should win. With new coach sky is the limit.

February 1, 2006, 05:03 PM
I think they'll do ok.....Probably lose 1-2 or something....may be even a draw...lets keep our fingers crossed....

February 3, 2006, 07:47 PM
I will go with what cruciani said

February 12, 2006, 08:06 PM
bangladesh ranked 143 moved from 27

"world ranking"

Edited on, February 13, 2006, 1:10 AM GMT, by hellfire.

Edited on, February 13, 2006, 2:00 AM GMT, by hellfire.

February 13, 2006, 02:50 AM
wow...bangladesh on the fifa frontpage with its own separate section? that's pretty flattering man!

Despite missing out on the title they won two years ago, football fans in Bangladesh were largely happy with the improvements their team showed during the tournament.

really? i haven't watched them, but this sure sounds good.

February 14, 2006, 05:42 PM
The ranking changes every month, so if we can perform well in the upcoming matches, then we are sure to improve our rankings even further.

Edited on, February 20, 2006, 12:34 AM GMT, by mshakir56.

February 14, 2006, 06:34 PM
Originally posted by mshakir56
The ranking changes every month, so if we can perform well in the upcoming changes, then we are sure to improve our rankings even further.

yes that is correct especially because most of the teams above us haven't played for ages/haven't got any matches for ages (e.g Tahiti haven't played a match for 2 years). Even getting a draw against the Uzbeks will propel BDs ranking because they are currently ranked 59th, which is very respectable in my eyes.

February 17, 2006, 03:10 PM
Well, the Uzbeks suffered a 1-2 defeat to Neftchi Fergana during their training camp in the UAE on Wednesday.

Meanwhile Bangladesh beat the Navy 5-0. Not quite the same standard or quality but a win nevertheless.

February 17, 2006, 03:27 PM
Uzbeks would give us run, but we should hold firm, play like Maradona people ...

February 18, 2006, 02:01 PM
Originally posted by mhferdaus
Uzbeks would give us run, but we should hold firm, play like Maradona people ...

ঠিক বলেছেন ... উজবুকরা আমাদের ধাওয়া করলেও আমাদের কিন্তু মাটি কামরে মুখ থুবরে টিকে থাকতে হবে....বাকিটা আল্লাহ ভরসা

Edited on, February 18, 2006, 8:37 PM GMT, by Fazal.
Reason: বানান ভুল

February 18, 2006, 11:53 PM
i didn't vote cause i think it will be more than 5 goal diff....

February 19, 2006, 12:15 AM
How you guys take the forecast of Cruciani [2-0,/2-1

he said that?I would like to see the context/link? Odd way to motvate a team.:)

February 19, 2006, 07:36 PM
When We are playing against UZbek, we should focus mostly on defending, not scoring, cause we don't have world class strikers available in our team.

February 21, 2006, 01:53 PM
I dont understand this poll , where to vote if Bangladesh win ? ;)

February 21, 2006, 02:43 PM
When the match will be played?

February 21, 2006, 08:08 PM
Originally posted by jonny
I dont understand this poll , where to vote if Bangladesh win ? ;)
According to the person who made the poll, Bangladesh is not suppose to win.

February 22, 2006, 10:58 AM
TASHKENT - Two goals each for Alexander Geynrikh and Maxim Shatskikh helped steer Uzbekistan, quarter-finalists at the 2004 Asian Cup, to a comfortable 5-0 win over Bangladesh in AFC Asian Cup 2007 qualifying Group F in Tashkent on Wednesday evening.

The game was the first for the former Soviet republic under ex-Cameroon national team coach Valeri Nepomniatchi, who took over the role one month ago after the departure of Englishman Bobby Houghton.

The Russian coach, however, was not the only man making his debut on Wednesday evening as 19-year-old CSKA Moscow defender Vitaliy Denisov won his first cap for Uzbekistan, while it was also a celebratory evening for Shatskikh, who received his Uzbek Player of the Year Award.

But the real hero of the evening was Geynrikh, who not only scored twice but played a major role in another two of Uzbekistan's five-goal haul against the Bangladeshis.

The Uzbeks took the lead after just nine minutes when Shatskikh sent the ball behind the Bangladesh defence, creating a chance for Anvar Soliev.

Bangladesh goalkeeper Aminul Hoque denied the Pakhtakor striker but, after sustaining a head injury, was unable to do anything to stop Geynrikh's effort into the empty goal.

Hoque left the field soon after and, with the Bangladeshis already missing Argentine coach Diego Cruciani, the visitors and substitute goalkeeper Biplop Bhattacharjee only managed to keep the home side out for another 12 minutes.

Bahrain referee Abdulhameed Ebrahim pointed to the penalty spot after defender Motiur Munna was adjudged to have handled Denisov's cross and Server Jeparov slotted home to give the Uzbeks a two-goal lead.

Ten minutes before the interval, Shatskikh hammered home following Geynrikh's corner and, six minutes after the restart, the Torpedo Moscow striker was back on the score sheet, the striker latching on to Timur Kapadze's defence-splitting pass before placing the ball in the right corner.

A second yellow card for Jeparov saw the penalty taker exit the game 18 minutes from time, but his expulsion did little to dampen the spirits of the Uzbeks, who increased their advantage before time was up.

With 83 minutes on the clock, Dynamo Kiev striker Shatskikh claimed his second and Uzbekistan's fifth when he dribbled past two defenders before slotting the ball past Bhattacharjee.


February 22, 2006, 06:01 PM
This is not bad compared to India's loss. India lost to Japan with 6-0.