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Shish Ahmed
February 2, 2006, 07:13 AM
Bd u19 boys just gave the USA a got hammering beating them by 10 wickets.

USA 150 all out
BD 151

WON BY 10 WICKETS

Tamim Iqbal 103*



Source: Tigercricket
:fanflag:

rafiq
February 2, 2006, 07:17 AM
As expected, Bangladesh coast home against the US, Tamim gets a century and Bari miah of New York hits a duck...Wecome to the World Cup!

Under-19s World Cup Warm Ups, 2005/06
Bangladesh Under-19s v USA Under-19s
Colts Cricket Club Ground, Colombo
2 February 2006 (50-over match)

Result: Bangladesh Under-19s won by 10 wickets

Toss: USA Under-19s
Umpires: B Doctrove and P Baldwin

USA Under-19s innings (50 overs maximum) R B 4 6
S Bari lbw b Mahmud 0 1 0 0
R Timbawala c Shuvo b K Islam 15 26 2 0
MK Patel c Rahim B Mahmud 5 13 1 0
KH Ramsabad b Hasan 1 25 0 0
+AL Dodson c Siddiqui b R Islam 29 77 4 0
*H Punoo b R Islam 5 44 0 0
RA Deane c Rahim b R Islam 7 15 1 0
DO Nathaniel c Rahim b Chowdhury 27 58 2 1
NK Patel c Siddiqui b Shuvo 23 34 4 0
DL Audain c & b Shuvo 2 10 0 0
A Rajp not out 0 0 0 0
Extras (b 1, lb 3, nb 4, w 21) 29
Total (all out, 49.5 overs) 143

FoW: 1-0, 2-19, 3-33, 4-62, 5-75,
6-86, 7-89, 8-130, 9-143, 10-143.

Bowling O M R W
Mahmud 4 0 15 0 (4nb, 4w)
K Islam 4 0 18 1 (5w)
Sonet 4 0 21 0 (3w)
Chowdhury 10 3 12 1
Hasan 4 2 2 0 (1w)
Shuvo 6.5 1 20 2 (2w)
R Islam 7 3 12 3 (1w)
Hossain jnr 6 1 15 0

Bangladesh Under-19s innings (target: 144 runs from 50 overs) R B 4 6
TI Khan not out 104 64 12 5
S Khadim not out 28 42 3 0
Extras (lb 7, nb 2, w 5) 14
Total (0 wickets, 17.2 overs) 146

DNB: I Sonet, *+MM Rahim, M Hossain jnr, S Hasan, S Shuvo, NS Chowdhury,
D Mahmud, K Islam, R Islam.

Bowling O M R W
Audain 2 0 17 0 (2w)
MU Rehman 1 0 17 0
MK Patel 3 0 28 0 (2nb, 1w)
Rajp 7 1 42 0 (2w)
Kirton 4.2 0 35 0

<END> Contributed by The Management (help@cricinfo.com)

rafiq
February 2, 2006, 07:23 AM
Warmup scorecards (http://usa.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2005-06/OTHERS/U19-WC2006/SCORECARDS/WARMUP/)

India, Pakistan and NZ all lost on the 2nd day of warmups....

PoorFan
February 2, 2006, 08:07 AM
Originally posted by rafiq
Warmup scorecards (http://usa.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2005-06/OTHERS/U19-WC2006/SCORECARDS/WARMUP/)

India, Pakistan and NZ all lost on the 2nd day of warmups....
If their ( IND, PAK, NZ, SL etc ) practice matches shows their real strangth, then BD will be Champ this time for sure.

Excellent performance against USA!:great:


Edited on, February 2, 2006, 1:16 PM GMT, by PoorFan.
Reason: AUS->USA

Kana-Baba
February 2, 2006, 08:17 AM
Originally posted by rafiq
As expected, Bangladesh coast home against the US, Tamim gets a century and Bari miah of New York hits a duck...Wecome to the World Cup!



Rafiq Bhai,

Kothin ek khan dialogue dilen..........:fanflag:

TheWatcher
February 2, 2006, 08:26 AM
There are mistakes in bowling analysis, Dollar Mahmud got 2 wkts (including getting Bari miah out in the first ball) and Saqib got one, not 0's.

Why did the pacers give away so many extras? Trying to be extra fast?

Edited on, February 2, 2006, 1:49 PM GMT, by TheWatcher.

Rubu
February 2, 2006, 08:37 AM
I hope tamim does something like this against NZ. We need to crash them first and crash them good. so, when we face pakistan, they come to the field with a tickle on their lower stomach.

fwullah
February 2, 2006, 09:01 AM
The result of today's practice match is good in one sense that we got a victory of a huge margin, but it is also bad as the rest of our batsman could not get the chance to practice.

fwullah
February 2, 2006, 09:09 AM
" If their ( IND, PAK, NZ, SL etc ) practice matches shows their real strangth, then BD will be Champ this time for sure"

India lost to England, New Zealand lost to South Africa. And some of the other matches were very close. So I don't think the warm up results are showing anyone's real strength.

sadi
February 2, 2006, 09:09 AM
yeah next time... we should bat first... I am surprised to see England beat India.... Maybe India is not that strong this time... maybe ____

TheWatcher
February 2, 2006, 09:23 AM
Sr Lanka thrashed Pakistan who has thrashed WI at home, and WI thrashed Sri Lanka in the last practice match:duh: It is getting all confusing who is better than who.

I guess India's complecency drowned them against England. But again, the way British boys thrashed Malaysia national team in three matches, they are a lot better team now than the team that toured our country.

NZ lost to SA by 5 wkts after scoring 187, atleast that may be a good news as our boys have beaten SA by eight wkts after restricting them by 92 runs. But again, this is NZ's first match in subcontinental condition.

Edited on, February 2, 2006, 2:28 PM GMT, by TheWatcher.

sadi
February 2, 2006, 09:25 AM
or maybe we are a lot better than the opposition they are facing now like malaysia or INDIA... :P

Fazal
February 2, 2006, 09:31 AM
Great start. Waiting for the real games when it counts:joy:

Tigers_eye
February 2, 2006, 09:58 AM
Game time things will change. Hoping Nepal and Ireland to Qualify. :)

chinaman
February 2, 2006, 10:00 AM
Originally posted by Fazal
Great start. Waiting for the real games when it counts:joy: Exactly. Not underscoring the outstanding performance by any means, I'm a little nervous. If history is of any lesson, many great starts ended up not-that-great, which goes the other way too.

I just hope the boys hold on to their nerves till the end, unlike the nervous me here.

babubangla
February 2, 2006, 10:16 AM
Bangladesh used 9 bowlers!!!
It's not that some bowlers bowled just 1/2 over--- Each bowlers bowled at least 4 over each.

I feel sorry for the only other guy (except our wicket keeper captain) who did not get the chance to bowl. It's not fare to leave just one guy out of the fun party!!!

I am sure that other guy was very frustrated. As you see from the scorecard--he scored a 64-ball century out of frustration!!!

Tigers_eye
February 2, 2006, 10:25 AM
Good one Babu bangla.

We should have played India just to test the waters. However, its a good think media will zero in England's win rather than our thrashing. Out of the lime light should provide some peace in mind for our players and allow not to have a big matha.

babubangla
February 2, 2006, 10:25 AM
Originally posted by TheWatcher
Originally posted by babubangla
Bangladesh used 9 bowlers!!!
Correction 8 bowlers, can't believe you made a mistake in counting:lol:

Don't feel so bad, Tamim and Shirajullah both got chances to bat in compensation.

I guess I did not. 9-bowlers it is.

Dolar Mahmud 4 0 15 2 (4nb, 4w)
Kamrul Islam 4 0 18 1 (5w)
Ishraq Sonet 4 0 21 0 (3w)
Nabil Samad 10 3 12 1
Saqibul Hasan 4 2 2 1 (1w)
Suhrawadi Shuvo 6.5 1 20 2 (2w)
Rezaul Islam 7 3 12 3 (1w)
Mehrab Hossain jnr 6 1 15 0
Sirajullah Khadim 4 0 24 0 (1w)

Edited on, February 2, 2006, 3:26 PM GMT, by babubangla.

Mahmood
February 2, 2006, 10:25 AM
So India, Pakistan, Srilanka, Australia, West Indies and so on... All gets each other to do some real practice, Bangladesh gets USA!!!

Yeah, we had a great practice match.

TheWatcher
February 2, 2006, 10:29 AM
:sorry: did not notice that cricinfo made changes in their scorecard.

rudro
February 2, 2006, 10:37 AM
Originally posted by babubangla
Bangladesh used 9 bowlers!!!
It's not that some bowlers bowled just 1/2 over--- Each bowlers bowled at least 4 over each.

I feel sorry for the only other guy (except our wicket keeper captain) who did not get the chance to bowl. It's not fare to leave just one guy out of the fun party!!!

I am sure that other guy was very frustrated. As you see from the scorecard--he scored a 64-ball century out of frustration!!! We should have a part-time keeper in the team so that Mushfiq can bowl some overs.

Sauron
February 2, 2006, 10:41 AM
Wow! Great news to start off the day.

TheWatcher
February 2, 2006, 10:49 AM
Originally posted by rudro
We should have a part-time keeper in the team so that Mushfiq can bowl some overs.
Actually Mushfiqur once a while uses his dearest buddy Shamsur as a keeper to bowl, but I guess this time he thought nine bowlers were too many.

England claim the warm-up honours (http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/u19-worldcup/content/story/235470.html)
...credit must go to Ali, who was quick to adapt by bringing on the left-arm spin of Graeme White as early as the sixth over, followed by his fellow left-armer Nick James, the Supersub. The moves paid off as first the run-rate slowed, then India played some injudicious shots, at times appearing in too much of a rush when application was the key.

Each decision Ali made in the field brought with it a reward. Taking something of a gamble by returning to pace, Andrew Miller struck in the first over of his second spell - with India 78 for 4, England started to sense they could strangle them.

England's ground fielding was sharp and their catching even sharper, Ali leading the way with a stunning caught and bowled to remove Debabrata Das. A short ball was smashed back at him, which he managed to parry into the air and catch on the rebound.
Ali and Co. seem to have learnt a lot in their losses in Bangladesh!! On the otherhand, India now knows the price of complecency.

Edited on, February 2, 2006, 3:55 PM GMT, by TheWatcher.

sadi
February 2, 2006, 10:59 AM
Originally posted by babubangla

I am sure that other guy was very frustrated. As you see from the scorecard--he scored a 64-ball century out of frustration!!!

I would always use 9 bowlers or even 10 bowlers if I can get him that frustated everyday..... :up:

aosaif
February 2, 2006, 11:22 AM
I don't think it was fair for the ICC to arrange weak teams to play against us and Zim in the practice matches and let the stronger teams (at senior level) play out each other. Practice match combinations should have been randomly picked. Anyway, hopefully we will show these big-heads in the ICC that our young tigers deserve respect. I really do hope so.

TheWatcher
February 2, 2006, 11:32 AM
Lack of quality cricket should not be a problem for BD boys, they had plenty of it in last few months. It is still good to play some practice matches against USA or Nepal for acclimatization purpose. Think of NZ who just formed a team three weeks back and will be playing us just after two practice matches in subcontinental condition.

Only thing that may prevent our boys from reaching the super league phase now is either someone getting caught cheating age, or, boys being too complecent after easy practice match wins.

Edited on, February 2, 2006, 4:43 PM GMT, by TheWatcher.

chyicarus
February 2, 2006, 12:00 PM
Sakib's figure's is actually 4-3-1-1 becoz he bowled a wide ball in an over, which didn't get him a maiden!
hmmmmmm- i guess i had too much time to think about such trivial issues! :)

sadi
February 2, 2006, 12:03 PM
I don't think age cheating is an issue this time... the only thing I worry is getting too complecent as you mentioned.... hopefully the law of average is not gonna catch up with us....

sadi
February 2, 2006, 12:04 PM
Originally posted by chyicarus
Sakib's figure's is actually 4-3-1-1 becoz he bowled a wide ball in an over, which didn't get him a maiden!
hmmmmmm- i guess i had too much time to think about such trivial issues! :)

you still gotta count the wide ball though

Ahmed_B
February 2, 2006, 12:20 PM
Originally posted by sadi
I am surprised to see England beat India....
Well... this is called the 'world cup' ! We may see many equations completely reversed ;)

BTW... the WI team also looks strong as I see from the practice matches.

Fazal
February 2, 2006, 12:34 PM
As its a warm-up match, Sumon Bari gave a 'native country discount' to Bangladesh by getting out with a duck.

Don't under estimate him, in real game he will score plenty for USA.

babubangla
February 2, 2006, 12:35 PM
"Bangladesh underline their credentials"-- this is the headline for Cricinfo's report on the second round of warm-up matches in the Under-19 World Cup.

"Bangladesh side showed why they are regarded as one of the favourites for the tournament" -- Another quote from the report. I guess that’s the first time Bangladesh ever reported as tournament favorite in any world-class ICC tournament.

Source (http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/u19-worldcup/content/story/235507.html)

chinaman
February 2, 2006, 12:36 PM
"The United States of America (USA) were given a tough introduction to big-time U/19 cricket as they were hammered by ten wickets by a Bangladesh side which showed why they are regarded as one of the favourites for the tournament.

The USA lost the wicket of Sumon Bari to the first ball of the match and things scarcely improved after that as they crawled to 143 all out despite Bangladesh using nine bowlers. Nabil Chowdhury was the only one to deliver his full allocation of 10 overs and finished with a remarkable 1-12 while Rezaul Islam took 3-12.

No USA batsman reached 30 and respectability was only achieved thanks to fighting innings from wicketkeeper Akeem Dodson (29), Dunae Nathaniel (27) and Nisarg Patel (23).

That respectability was, however, short-lived as Tamim Iqbal thrashed an unbeaten 104 from only 64 balls to make a mockery of the target as Bangladesh won with 32.4 overs to spare."

ICC Round-up of day two >> (http://www.icc-cricket.com/icc-u19wc/content/story/235490.html)

babubangla
February 2, 2006, 12:42 PM
Who is the original producer of the report?
Cricinfo and ICC published same report with exact wording.
Cricinfo says that their report is written by "Cricinfo Staff" and ICC report comes with a writer's name.

I guess ICC made some sort of deal with Cricinfo to leverage ICC's article production job.

Cricinfo Report (http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/u19-worldcup/content/story/235507.html)

ICC Report (http://www.icc-cricket.com/icc-u19wc/content/story/235490.html)

Umar
February 2, 2006, 12:55 PM
Good luck BD under-19 in world cup !! Inshallah We will be able to reach the Final :):)

Mahmood
February 2, 2006, 12:56 PM
Unless cricinfo built and maintains ICC site so the resources are shared.

Mohiul
February 2, 2006, 01:02 PM
wathching all the scorecards in the warmup matches, now I'm cent percent sure BD is going to beat NZ. Not only that, we are going to be the new u-19 champion.

TheWatcher
February 2, 2006, 01:32 PM
The second practice match is tommorrow, against Zimbos.

-DS

Hope everything will go well.

rana
February 2, 2006, 01:54 PM
good job boys:up: keep it up:up:

LateCut
February 2, 2006, 01:55 PM
Is UT Khawaja of Australia a Pakistani expat? He showed some real talent against quality opposition.

Flipper
February 2, 2006, 04:13 PM
:fire::fire::fire:

This is just the beginning!

:fire::fire::fire:

Mr-khan
February 2, 2006, 04:15 PM
Sabbash bagher baccha!:fanflag:

akabir77
February 2, 2006, 08:43 PM
hey guys whats the name of that bangladeshi USA player? did he play against bd? also some sugested to play against india i think INDIA won't play with us.. They will have money problem if they play with us ;)

ASA
February 2, 2006, 08:51 PM
Originally posted by akabir77
hey guys whats the name of that bangladeshi USA player? did he play against bd? also some sugested to play against india i think INDIA won't play with us.. They will have money problem if they play with us ;)

Sumon Bari ... he decided to support the BD team. Got out on the very first ball of the match ...

Zunaid
February 2, 2006, 08:52 PM
http://www.banglacricket.com/html/news_display.php?item=603

TheWatcher
February 2, 2006, 09:02 PM
Originally posted by ASA
Sumon Bari ... he decided to support the BD team. Got out on the very first ball of the match ...
Wonder what would happen if Team USA had a match against India and all their Indian origin players would show India same kind of support...

GuruTM
February 2, 2006, 09:24 PM
Originally posted by TheWatcher
Originally posted by ASA
Sumon Bari ... he decided to support the BD team. Got out on the very first ball of the match ...
Wonder what would happen if Team USA had a match against India and all their Indian origin players would show India same kind of support...

Nice reply. It would look like international dialing code.

FaltuRidwanBhai
February 2, 2006, 09:40 PM
jaihok,
bijoy shob shomoy bhalo lage. ai bijoyteo bhalo lagche. tobe kalkcer match a bijoy pawata jeno aro beshi proyojon. karon gotokal kintu amader shoktir khub akta porikkha hoi nee bolte gele dhannabad.

shaoun
February 2, 2006, 10:07 PM
i am sure sumon bari wanted to play even better against bangladesh. but its too bad that he was out in the first ball. this bangladesh u-19 is stronger then any previous u-19 team that we had. and this time we only got 1 test player with test experience. this shows that cricket in bangladesh is moving in the right direction. this team can go all the way, but they do have a tough task in the first round as two test playing nations will be there.

Orpheus
February 2, 2006, 11:33 PM
that kid suman bari went to my high school - I hear he gets bowled out by some street kids...:)

TheWatcher
February 2, 2006, 11:43 PM
Come on now, give some credit to Dollar Mahmud for surprising the kid with his very first ball.

BappyHayat
February 2, 2006, 11:44 PM
Bechara Sumon Bari...tuff luck...wish he'll get good runs against other teams.

Its nice to see one of our "Chittainga Pola" IQBAL JUNIOR scored a brilliant century...

Cricket Hunters
February 3, 2006, 12:16 AM
Lets see... :fanflag:

Mahir
February 3, 2006, 02:47 AM
Originally posted by BappyHayat
Its nice to see one of our "Chittainga Pola" IQBAL JUNIOR scored a brilliant century...

why would he be Iqbal Junior ? Not the son of Nafis Iqbal, his brother rather. Also, there's nothing of such thing as seniority/juniority between Nafis and Tamim, as there was between Enamul Haque Moni and Enamul Haq Junior (which is why he is called Enamul Jr, not that he's the son of Moni)

By the way, Tamim simply bullied the Americans. I am salivating at the prospect of seeing him as the possible opening batsman for the senior team from post World Cup, or even FOR the world cup, who knows!

Cricket Hunters
February 3, 2006, 02:56 AM
Originally posted by MasterBlaster
I am salivating at the prospect of seeing him as the possible opening batsman for the senior team from post World Cup, or even FOR the world cup, who knows!

If that happens, the world might see another Afridi
:fire:

dadabhai
February 3, 2006, 03:00 AM
Hi everyone, I was just wondering will the BD U19 world cup be shown in any TV channels or on the net? BD played really well and they've built one of the best team:-/

Edited on, February 3, 2006, 8:01 AM GMT, by dadabhai.

MartinW
February 3, 2006, 04:47 AM
Originally posted by TheWatcher
:sorry: did not notice that cricinfo made changes in their scorecard.

The scorecards for the warm-up matches are supplied to all media by the ICC.

MartinW
February 3, 2006, 04:52 AM
Originally posted by babubangla
Who is the original producer of the report?
Cricinfo and ICC published same report with exact wording.
Cricinfo says that their report is written by "Cricinfo Staff" and ICC report comes with a writer's name.

I guess ICC made some sort of deal with Cricinfo to leverage ICC's article production job.

Cricinfo Report (http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/u19-worldcup/content/story/235507.html)

ICC Report (http://www.icc-cricket.com/icc-u19wc/content/story/235490.html)

The deal is that we have some sharing of material. We have two editorial guys in Sri Lanka - one local, one from London - and a third working part-time. This would have meant that we could not cover all matches (4) and ICC were in the same boat. So we agreed to share some material to try to enable our readers to have reports from as many games as possible.

We will have a daily U-19 diary excusive to us and also interviews and reports aside from the shared content.

Hope this explains the situation.

Rubu
February 3, 2006, 08:40 AM
MartinW, is CI gonna have live score for all the u19 matches?

Tigers_eye
February 3, 2006, 08:48 AM
tiger cricket ki ghumai? :( eto boro ekta event, Bangladesh'er ato bhalo preparation, at least they should have created some live coverages for Bd matches. All they needs a laptop, wireless internet, a person with cricket knowledge, and a fast and accurate typist.

MartinW
February 3, 2006, 10:26 AM
Originally posted by Rubu
MartinW, is CI gonna have live score for all the u19 matches?

Sadly, not live until the semi-finals and final. For ICC events, the "rights" to BBB scoring are controlled by the ICC or its business partners. So they can refuse to allow us to score live and throw us out of the venue, or even banish us from all grounds and remove media accreditation, if we break that rule. We can score the semi-finals and final as we are able to do so off TV.

The ICC will not be scoring every game live - only two of the four each day - so it is inevitable that some Bangladesh games will slip under the radar. I would point out that our early planning included BBB from every match.

In the meantime, we will behaving regular (ie hourly) updates from all matches.

Tigers_eye
February 3, 2006, 10:44 AM
Originally posted by MartinW
In the meantime, we will behaving regular (ie hourly) updates from all matches.

Thank you very much for your explanation and committment for the game of cricket.

SMHasan
February 3, 2006, 10:13 PM
EI DIN DIN NOY ARO DIN ACHE/EI DINERO NIBE TORA HEI DINERO KACHE/HE HEHE EHEE..........:flag: