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cricman
June 12, 2006, 04:44 PM
Zimbabwe A squad Hamilton Masakadza (capt), Bothwell Chapungu, Patient Charumbira, Robertson Chinyengetere, Tendai Chisoro, Graeme Cremer, Tinashe Hove, Tinotenda Mawoyo, Bernard Mlambo, Tafadzwa Mufambisi, Khaulani Ntuli, Remembrance Nyathi, Kudakwashe Samunderu, Bradley Staddon, Adam Tom.

Bangladesh A Squad Tushar Imran (Capt), Sahagir Hossain, Mohammad Sharif, Alok Kapali, Nafees Iqbal, Nazmus Sadat, Mehrab Hossain jnr, Saqibul Hasan, Farhad Reza, Abdur Razzak, Enamul Haque jnr, Mahmudullah, Tapash Baisya, Hasibul Hossain, Mahbubul Alam

Weather: It'll Be fine for all 4 days

Weather
<TABLE class=textsmall style="WIDTH: 100%" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 border=0><TBODY><TR align=left><TD colSpan=4>Saturday (http://wwwa.accuweather.com/world-forecast-detail.asp?partner=accuweather&myadc=0&traveler=0&zipcode=AFR|ZW|ZI000|MUTARE|&fday=6&metric=1), Jun 17</TD></TR><TR align=left><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 10%" align=middle>http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/common/images/icons/standard/wx/31x31/03.gif</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 45%">Partly sunny</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 20%">High: 22° C</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 25%">RealFeel®: 22° C</TD></TR><TR align=left><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 10%" align=middle></TD><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 45%"></TD><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 20%"></TD><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 25%"></TD></TR><TR align=left><TD colSpan=4>Sunday (http://wwwa.accuweather.com/world-forecast-detail.asp?partner=accuweather&myadc=0&traveler=0&zipcode=AFR|ZW|ZI000|MUTARE|&fday=7&metric=1), Jun 18</TD></TR><TR align=left><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 10%" align=middle>http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/common/images/icons/standard/wx/31x31/04.gif</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 45%">Times of clouds and sun</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 20%">High: 21° C</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 25%">RealFeel: 22° C</TD></TR><TR align=left><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 10%" align=middle></TD><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 45%"></TD><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 20%"></TD><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 25%"></TD></TR><TR align=left><TD colSpan=4>Monday (http://premium.accuweather.com/), Jun 19</TD></TR><TR align=left><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 10%" align=middle>http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/common/images/icons/standard/wx/31x31/03.gif</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 45%">Partly sunny</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 20%">High: 20° C</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 25%">RealFeel: 22° C</TD></TR><TR align=left><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 10%" align=middle></TD><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 45%"></TD><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 20%"></TD><TD class=fcast_night style="WIDTH: 25%"></TD></TR><TR align=left><TD colSpan=4>Tuesday (http://premium.accuweather.com/), Jun 20</TD></TR><TR align=left><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 10%" align=middle>http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/common/images/icons/standard/wx/31x31/03.gif</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 45%">Sunshine and some clouds</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 20%">High: 18° C</TD><TD class=fcast_day style="WIDTH: 25%">RealFeel: 21° C</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

Chat: www.Banglacricket.com/chat (http://www.banglacricket.com/chat) No Coverage means empty Chat room

Coverage: www.TigerCricket.com (http://www.tigercricket.com/) Just look at the right for hourly updates

Scorecards: Can be found here (http://www.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2006/BDESH-A_IN_ZIM/SCORECARDS/)

Only 5 days early, but i was bored, Bangladesh may Struggle in the first match but I expect the Match to end with in 3 days, Were finally going to pass the 500 mark for an FC match, Wanna see Sakib and mehrab jr to put pressure on the Older players.

It looks like Shanto will play Open with Tapash in this match.

TheWatcher
June 12, 2006, 05:28 PM
Alright, let us heat up the forum again.

Here is my XI for the first four day match-

Nafees
Nazmus
Tushar
Sakib
Alok
Mehrab
Saghir
Tapash
Robin
Shanto
Enamul

Considering the wintry and cloudy Zimbabwean condition, I picked three specialist pacers. Reza or Sharif has not made my list because I don't think either of those two medium pacers will be effective longer version bowler.

al Furqaan
June 12, 2006, 05:34 PM
where is shafaq...enam will prolly cause havoc

cricman
June 12, 2006, 05:41 PM
Shafaq and M. Rahim have to take there exams

sunniath
June 12, 2006, 09:29 PM
man it has been a while.nice to be back in game mode.thanks for starting the thread.i think bd batsmen will struggle against the quick bolwers.iqbal may make good use of this opportunity to come back to the test side.there will be some 50+ innings here and there by the other players.it will definitely not be an easy tour for the batsmen.jr will probably come out as the best player of this series.

Sam
June 13, 2006, 04:30 AM
Thanks cricman for opening the Match Thread. The Forum is very quite now-a-days. Everybody is on the other forum - FIFA WC 2006.
We need CRICKET. I believe it is going to be interesting during this matches.
As mentioned, we can expect an hourly update from TigerCricket.com, at least "nei mamar cheye kanamama bhalo"

thebest
June 13, 2006, 06:39 AM
Is it a record? Opening a match thread four days early. Even Shafin would have a hard time breaking it. Anyway thanks

AsifTheManRahman
June 13, 2006, 08:42 AM
nice...finally some cricket again.

sadi
June 13, 2006, 10:16 AM
Nice lineup... this A team can give our national team a run for their money

fwullah
June 13, 2006, 11:37 PM
I am interested to see how Kapali does. I thought he's a goner for the national team.

P.S: Hello everybody, I'm back to DIal Up connection from broadband. Can't wait to get the Real 'broadband' connection with Fiber Optic - Submarine Cable within 6 month's time.

Sam
June 14, 2006, 02:42 AM
Nice lineup... this A team can give our national team a run for their money
Sorry, with all due respect, I differ to your statement. Our National Team are way better then the new look A-Team, I believe.

al Furqaan
June 14, 2006, 08:52 PM
Shafaq and M. Rahim have to take there exams

how old is shafaq? and is he 6-4 or 6-6?

Fazal
June 14, 2006, 09:04 PM
how old is shafaq? and is he 6-4 or 6-6?

I think he is much older than 6 and half years.

Duck
June 14, 2006, 09:38 PM
Thanks for opening the thread :)..........giving the chance to breathe in.... Worldcup Football (France sucks!) and basketball finals making sick (Miami Heat sucks too)....!! :(
Hope I will get into winning track in the coming series. But the weather seems to be difficult after travelling from BD heats. Hope boys would get acclimatized quickly.

mac
June 15, 2006, 03:12 AM
Nice to return in cricket. BD A team should win this easily. Eagerly awaiting to see the performances of the upcoming stars like Mehrab jn. and Sakib. Hope Enamul will overcome his bad performances in abroad.:flag:

SMHasan
June 15, 2006, 10:36 AM
I think he is much older than 6 and half years.

Is he? :lol:

sonarbangla
June 15, 2006, 12:19 PM
:o who is this shanto? is tht the old pace bowler of Bangladesh? and who is this mehrab? the first 100 maker?

Tigers_eye
June 15, 2006, 01:28 PM
...and is he 6-4 or 6-6?
I am yet to see a genuine 6'-6" Bangladeshi. Even our tallest basketball player is 6'-4". Except the one who were 8'-6" (gland malfunction) world's tallest at one time.
The tallest I saw is my brother-in-law 6'-5" lives in Texas now. And he is legit 6'-5" guy 280+ lbs.

So my guess would be he is 6'-4".
Somewhere I heard he was 17?

SMHasan
June 15, 2006, 08:09 PM
:o who is this shanto? is tht the old pace bowler of Bangladesh? and who is this mehrab? the first 100 maker?

ঘুমের মাঝেই আমার বসত
ঘুমের মাঝেই সুখ
ঘুমের মাঝেই স্বপ্ন দেখি
তাইতো খুলিনা এ দু'চোখ!

ভাই, শান্ত হল হাসিবুল হোসেন আর মেহরাব আগের মেহরাব হোসেন না। এটা পিচ্চি মেহরাব।

sonarbangla
June 15, 2006, 10:42 PM
hmm..hasibul ke kano nea hoise? se to bhalo khele na. borong younge kaoke khelale parto. mushfiq rahim ke pathae nai naki?!

nannu
June 16, 2006, 04:28 AM
hmm..hasibul ke kano nea hoise? se to bhalo khele na. borong younge kaoke khelale parto. mushfiq rahim ke pathae nai naki?!


mushfiq is doing hsc exams. DELETED. so let the boy expand his outer cricket knowledge and give him a break.

thebest
June 16, 2006, 07:36 AM
mushfiq is doing hsc exams. DELETED [tehsin]. so let the boy expand his outer cricket knowledge and give him a break.

ভাই বউ এর সাথে ঝগড়া করে সোনার বাংলার উপর ঝাল ঝাড়ছেন কেন?;)
I found your word quite offensive. It does not matter whether one is a doctorate or illitarate. As a a fan he asked a vaid question. A team should be always look for future (both short and long). I also have the same question why Shanto? If Shafaq is not available why not Polash evn they could send Rajib or Rasel for gaining experience before the tour of national team.
By the way, I did pass HSC and hold an engineering degree from a prestigious European Institute

sonarbangla
June 16, 2006, 08:27 AM
Well, so then i was planning to be harsh a bit as well, however, since our best bhai has already gave out the best possible answer on behalf of me, lets just forget it and drift away. But, yeah i do admit that my English skill is not as good as my Bengali is, tnx for pointing that out. hehe.
@best bhai.. i think he is some how related to SHanto. That's why he got kinda pissed... it's ok .. i didn't mind. I think i shounldn't say it in this way however.. mm.. like: why is he playing and stuff..but as you pointed out the fact that we should give our youngsters to shine more than our senior ones' .. i said that in this perspective.

[considering that this is a BANGLADESH cricket forum, bangla janatai to jothesto. Thanks for not retaliating. By the way, unar english eo kichu khoot chilo. PLus, amar post to prai-e typo te bhorti thake so we're on the same boat, eheh]

rudro
June 16, 2006, 08:34 AM
mushfiq is doing hsc exams. DELETE. so let the boy expand his outer cricket knowledge and give him a break.
This is a personal attack. I thought we have a board rule for such posts..



[quote er jalai parlamna, ekta offending post edit korte giye doshta post edit korte holo. Rudro, what did I ever do to you ? j/k]

sadi
June 16, 2006, 10:22 AM
ভাই বউ এর সাথে ঝগড়া করে সোনার বাংলার উপর ঝাল ঝাড়ছেন কেন?;)


Bou er upor jaal jara jayna ajonno.... hehe :lol:

al Furqaan
June 16, 2006, 10:24 AM
I am yet to see a genuine 6'-6" Bangladeshi. Even our tallest basketball player is 6'-4". Except the one who were 8'-6" (gland malfunction) world's tallest at one time.
The tallest I saw is my brother-in-law 6'-5" lives in Texas now. And he is legit 6'-5" guy 280+ lbs.

So my guess would be he is 6'-4".
Somewhere I heard he was 17?

man, your brother in law is NFL DE size...never thought i'd see a bangladeshi that big. does he like cricket?

al Furqaan
June 16, 2006, 10:26 AM
I think he is much older than 6 and half years.

lol...if he was that young we could forget about ash

Aritro
June 16, 2006, 10:44 AM
mushfiq is doing hsc exams. DELETE. so let the boy expand his outer cricket knowledge and give him a break.

Instant contender for most condescending post of the year.



[again with the qoutes. isssh, feature ta jodi off kore ditey paartaam, eto jhamela korte hotona - don't worry, I have no intention of actually turning the 'qoute' feature off]

LateCut
June 16, 2006, 12:29 PM
Nice lineup... this A team can give our national team a run for their money

I was thinking of that too! Why didn't they play a practice match against the national team? They already in the camp and it could have been easily arranged. May the weather was a factor and it may have been too oppressive.

sonarbangla
June 16, 2006, 03:29 PM
Instant contender for most condescending post of the year.


what does that mean? can you translate it into modern english? i mean.. the daily use language version of it.. as mr. nannu said "me no english" :D

Fazal
June 16, 2006, 04:39 PM
as mr. nannu said "me no english" :D

habla Espanol ?

sonarbangla
June 16, 2006, 06:37 PM
no idea mamu.. only nannu miah is educated at this place. khikz.. the one and only HSC passed person.. hehe..

Tehsin
June 16, 2006, 08:37 PM
You guys are having too much fun. So I will do the only right thing to do - shobar shukhe thanda pani dhele I'll edit the offending post.

P.s. isn't our Prime Minister class 7 pass ? Ei hishebe amra shobai over qualified. Khekz (sorry, I think this qualifies as a personal attack on the PM, ehehhe. not that she'll care).

Sam
June 17, 2006, 01:40 AM
If the match threads are opened much earlier then the start date, I have marked that it becomes a thread of some other things, irrelevant to match or cricket at all. If you read last few posts, you will not be able to understand, whether it is a match thread or thread of pulling legs.
Should we go back to the match, which is about to start within couple of hours!
By the way, Does any body know what is match starting time?

thebest
June 17, 2006, 03:53 AM
At the time of my writing, it is around 11:00 am in Zimbabue. The game should be one hour old now. No update in anywhere

Sam
June 17, 2006, 04:06 AM
Here is update of Zim A player list after the Zim selectors came under criticism for selecting platers with no FC experience.


Fast bowler Christopher Mpofu has been given a chance to redeem himself after being called up to the Zimbabwe A side for the series against Bangladesh A that gets underway at Mutare on Saturday.
Mpofu, who has fallen out of favour with the national selectors and has not played for Zimbabwe since the second Test against New Zealand at Queens Sports Club in August 2005, was given a late call- up to the second-string side. He was not in the original 15-man squad announced at the beginning of this month and was in Harare training when he was told to make the trip to Mutare.
Should Mpofu impress against Bangladesh A, he would almost guarantee himself a place in the senior squad to play against Bangladesh next month.
A number of players who were originally in the A-team squad are said to have been dropped, and these include Kwawulani Ntuli, Bradley Staddon and Bothwell Chapungu. The trio has no first-class experience, although Ntuli and Chapungu impressed during the hastily-organised National League. Staddon, son of ZC interim executive committee member Stanley, was a surprise inclusion as he has been studying in South Africa for the past two years and has not played any competitive cricket in that time.


Mpofu handed international lifeline (http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/zimbabwe/content/story/250601.html)

Sam
June 17, 2006, 04:12 AM
Here is the link for scorecard by CI, but nothing is being shown or updated so far. They may start later or may update only at the end of each day.
Zimbabwe A v Bangladesh A at Mutare (http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/zimbabwe/content/match/249760.html)

Miraz
June 17, 2006, 06:11 AM
From tigercricket.com

<TABLE class=normtext id=ScoreControl1_Table1 style="BORDER-LEFT-COLOR: transparent; BORDER-BOTTOM-COLOR: transparent; BORDER-TOP-COLOR: transparent; BORDER-RIGHT-COLOR: transparent" borderColor=transparent border=0><TBODY><TR><TD style="FONT-FAMILY: verdana">Bangladesh A 99/2</B> Over -
Zimbabwe A </B> Over -
Bangladesh A won the toss & elected to bat. Mehrab Jr. 44, Nafees 17, Sadat 27*</TD></TR><TR></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

Sam
June 17, 2006, 06:12 AM
Bangladesh A Vs Zimbabwe A
Bangladesh A 99/2</B> Over -
Zimbabwe A </B> Over -
Bangladesh A won the toss & elected to bat. Mehrab Jr. 44, Nafees 17, Sadat 27*

nannu
June 17, 2006, 06:49 AM
no idea mamu.. only nannu miah is educated at this place. khikz.. the one and only HSC passed person.. hehe..


cool down guys. it wasnt a personal attack. but u have to admit that it did brought some excitement in the forum after a long time.

anyway good opening performance from mehrab.

( b.t.w. i didnt passed h.s.c. exam. i lived bd 1 day before my h.s.c. exam but i am allmost done with my medicine study in abroad. nothing special....)


nannu (the peace-keeper)

Sam
June 17, 2006, 07:24 AM
Bangladesh A Vs Zimbabwe A
Bangladesh A 224/3</B> Over -
Zimbabwe A </B> Over -
Bangladesh A won the toss & elected to bat. Mehrab Jr. 46, Nafees 17, Sadat 62, Tusar 89* (Post Lunch Day one)

Miraz
June 17, 2006, 07:24 AM
Good progress by Bangladesh A

Bangladesh A 224/3</B> Over -
Zimbabwe A </B> Over -
Bangladesh A won the toss & elected to bat. Mehrab Jr. 46, Nafees 17, Sadat 62, Tusar 89* (Post Lunch Day one)

thebest
June 17, 2006, 07:28 AM
Tushar again proving he is a bully of bad attack

exotic
June 17, 2006, 07:28 AM
From Tigercricket.com

Bangladesh A Vs Zimbabwe A
Bangladesh A 224/3</B> Over -
Zimbabwe A </B> Over -
Bangladesh A won the toss & elected to bat. Mehrab Jr. 46, Nafees 17, Sadat 62, Tusar 89* (Post Lunch Day one)

Aritro
June 17, 2006, 07:45 AM
Anyone want to provide some background on Sadat?

Sam
June 17, 2006, 08:02 AM
Nazmus Sadat
Bangladesh
Full name Nazmus Sadat
Born October 18, 1986, Khulna
Current age 19 years 242 days
Major teams <NOBR>Khulna Division</NOBR>
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox


<TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=profiles-stats-heading colSpan=2 height=16> Batting and fielding averages</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE><TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR align=right bgColor=#cccccc height=17><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap align=left>class</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> mat</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> inns</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> no</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> runs</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> hs</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> ave</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> bf</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> sr</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 100</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 50</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> ct</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> st</TD></TR><TR vAlign=top align=right><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap align=left>First-class</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 12</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 24</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 923</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 151</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 38.45</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 1566</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 58.93</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 2</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 5</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 6</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD></TR><TR vAlign=top align=right><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap align=left>List A</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 12</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 12</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 387</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 98</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 32.25</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 517</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 74.85</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 4</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 5</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
<TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=profiles-stats-heading colSpan=2 height=16> Bowling averages</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE><TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR align=right bgColor=#cccccc height=17><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap align=left>class</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> mat</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> balls</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> runs</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> wkts</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> bbi</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> bbm</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> ave</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> econ</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> sr</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 4</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 5</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 10</TD></TR><TR vAlign=top align=right><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap align=left>First-class</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 12</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 774</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 468</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 10</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 2/32</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> </TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 46.80</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 3.62</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 77.40</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD></TR><TR vAlign=top align=right><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap align=left>List A</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 12</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 384</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 286</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 14</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 4/59</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 4/59</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 20.42</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 4.46</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 27.42</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 1</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap> 0</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
<TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=profiles-stats-heading colSpan=2 height=16> Career statistics</TD></TR><TR><TD colSpan=2>http://img.cricinfo.com/spacer.gif</TD></TR><TR vAlign=top><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap width=110>First-class span </TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data>2004/05 - 2005/06</TD></TR><TR vAlign=top><TD class=profiles-stats-data noWrap width=110>List A span </TD><TD class=profiles-stats-data>2004/05 - 2005/06</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

sonarbangla
June 17, 2006, 09:35 AM
You guys are having too much fun. So I will do the only right thing to do - shobar shukhe thanda pani dhele I'll edit the offending post.

P.s. isn't our Prime Minister class 7 pass ? Ei hishebe amra shobai over qualified. Khekz (sorry, I think this qualifies as a personal attack on the PM, ehehhe. not that she'll care).

:D good thing is she can't read english, therefore even she comes across to this post of yours' you will be damn saved.. lol..

nanu mamu.. its ok.. i was chilling as well..lol..

neways back to the topic.. man bd played well indeed, after that shakey start.. hehe.. but hey, how about ZIM A? are most of em playing for the national team!? or its just their high school kids and stuff?!

Mr-Cricket
June 17, 2006, 10:30 AM
Bangladesh A Vs Zimbabwe A
Bangladesh A 365/8</B> Over -90 Mehrab Jr. 46, Sadat 62, Tusar 128,Sakib 24
Zimbabwe A </B>Over -
Bangladesh A won the toss & elected to bat. ( Close of Day one) First 4 day match

Miraz
June 17, 2006, 10:34 AM
Not a very good performance by Bangladesh A keeping the strength of Zim A in mind. Scoring rate is fine but I would like to see 365/4 instead of 365/8.

Anyway, I think scoring near 400 should be enough for BD A to win the match.

al Furqaan
June 17, 2006, 11:43 AM
i am sick and tired of tushar...turns it on but doesn't do crap on the national team...i don't think he should even play on the a team. isnt the point of a team to impress and gain national caps?

Aritro
June 17, 2006, 11:45 AM
Tushar's technique is so far off the required standard for international cricket it's incredible.

Who taught him that bloody stance?

Fazal
June 17, 2006, 11:58 AM
I don't get it. People are not happy beacause Tushar just scored another cnetury against a weaker A team. They are making a case that he shouldn't even deserve to be in the team-a. Look at the other side of the coin, we follow Ash's every move like a cult super hero, whether he scores a duck or a 200 against para teams consists of 14 years and 41 years oldies(no in betweens). And evey time he sneezes, one more thread start poping up.

Even Tushar's performance with the national team is pretty bad so far, don't you think he deserve a little better from the BD cricket fans (Tushar fans or not)... atleast just after his another century against a A-team of another test playing nation?

Baundule
June 17, 2006, 12:26 PM
Tushar did not get enough chances in the national team. One or two matches here and there and then drop. Cricket is a mental game.

sonarbangla
June 17, 2006, 12:44 PM
the problem wit htushar is that he always plays well in the practice matches.. lol.. when it comes to the real game, he gets blow off! sayy.. remember the time he made 100+ against SRI A? and how shitty his performance was the time he actually got chance in the national team?! :(

MartinW
June 17, 2006, 12:54 PM
<st1:country-region><st1>Close Day One</st1></st1:country-region>
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<st1:country-region><st1>Banglades</st1>h</st1:country-region> 365 for 8 (Tushar Imran 128, Shake Nazmus Sadat 62, Mehrab Hossain 46)


Full scorecard later on Cricinfo

Frost
June 17, 2006, 04:18 PM
Having observed Tushar Imran's career for a while, his century cannot make me hopeful:( He performs good in A team or practice matches and then keeps failing in REAL matches.

Sovik
June 17, 2006, 04:33 PM
not very impressive performance and what is shanto doing in this team

MartinW
June 17, 2006, 04:56 PM
Full scorecard now available

http://www.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2006/BDESH-A_IN_ZIM/SCORECARDS/BDESH-A_ZIM-A_17-20JUN2006.html

cricman
June 17, 2006, 05:14 PM
Can anyone explain why is Tatenda little bro is playing for Zim A?

Miraz
June 17, 2006, 05:19 PM
Can anyone explain why is Tatenda little bro is playing for Zim A?

Bro.. he is not Tatenda Taibu, he is Kudzai James Taibu (http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/zimbabwe/content/player/55812.html)

cricman
June 17, 2006, 05:53 PM
Quote:
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Can anyone explain why is Tatenda little bro is playing for Zim A?
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Bro.. he is not Tatenda Taibu, he is Kudzai James Taibu (http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/zimbabwe/content/player/55812.html)<!-- / message --><!-- sig -->

I said little Bro, Maybe I should of said Brotther, to clarify

SMHasan
June 17, 2006, 08:46 PM
Can anyone explain why is Tatenda little bro is playing for Zim A?

It is because nature called Tatenda so he has to stay there :p for quite a long time.Thus his little brother has been called up by the selectors!

Tehsin
June 17, 2006, 10:42 PM
Two things wrong with Tusher. Most of you covered the easy one - He is a menace in practice matches, matches off little or no value. When it comes to big ones, he chokes.

The other problem has to do more with selectors then him. Tusher barely gets one or two shots at the national team every couple of year. While other players are given a chance to suck match after match, Tusher only gets those one or two shots. He knows it and the pressure gets to him. I'd be willing to give him a full tour and see what he does with that opportunity. He might bomb, however, he won't be the only one.

sunniath
June 17, 2006, 11:17 PM
i am scared of posting any comments.nannu bhai jodi abar jhari maren for my bad english.tehsin bhai er bhoroshay likhchi shesh porjonto.I was expecting iqbal to score runs to prove his worth for the opening slot.i really think that nafees duo are the best opening combination for our team.tushar's big score is nothing new.i dont see him playing test cricket no matter how well he plays in these matches.but he can become a useful player in odis if given enough opportunities.

sonarbangla
June 17, 2006, 11:48 PM
sunniath bhai, khali kolsi baje besi. nanu bhai vetore fapa. ai jonno onar sound o ektu besi. next time karo english nea bara bari korle ami dil mere oi kolsi fatabo. so don worry.. :D

ok back to the topic...Frost bhai amar moner kotha bolse. tushar imran always plays well in the A team, but when it comes in the national team, he is a fata ballon. kinda worthless. but hey, i disagree tht nafis iqbal is a really good combo with nafees. i think javed omar is our best opening batsman till now. he has more consistancy than any other batsman does. mm.. but santo r bodole Mohammad Sarif ke khelano uchit chilo. ba tareq aziz..

Sam
June 18, 2006, 12:42 AM
Keeping the scorecard for ready reference:
Bangladesh A 1st innings R M B 4 6
Mehrab Hossain jnr c Taibu b Maruma 46 115 80 8 0
Nafees Iqbal b Charumbira 17 65 41 3 0
Nazmus Sadat c Mufambisi b Garwe 62 152 110 10 0
*Tushar Imran c Chisoro b Maruma 128 244 176 16 1
Saqibul Hasan c Charumbira b Matsikenyeri 24 23 40 5 0
Alok Kapali c Masakadza b Matsikenyeri 21 71 38 2 0
+Saghir Hossain c Matsikenyeri b Garwe 12 32 17 2 0
Farhad Reza lbw b Chisoro 21 19 16 4 0
Tapash Baisya not out 10 18 2 0
Hasibul Hossain not out 11 8 2 0
Extras (b 4, lb 5, nb 4) 13
Total (8 wickets, 90 overs) 365

To Bat: Enamul Haque jnr.

FoW: 1-56, 2-98, 3-221, 4-262, 5-307, 6-311, 7-340, 8-344.

Sam
June 18, 2006, 03:52 AM
So far no updates from the TigerCricket.com for the 2nd day. Can we achieve the 400 mark?

salu
June 18, 2006, 05:28 AM
Can anyone get the score from BCB office as game already at lunch time.

tglover
June 18, 2006, 07:14 AM
Lunch Day 2: Zimbabwe A 4/50 (Hossain 2wkts; Baisya 2wkts) vs Bangladesh A 393ao

Miraz
June 18, 2006, 07:30 AM
Bangladesh managed to add another 28 runs to their overnight score and now Zim in trouble with 50/4. BD A should win the match by an innings and few runs.

Sovik
June 18, 2006, 07:43 AM
looks like we are in a commanding position. great going by Bangladesh A

Ahmed_B
June 18, 2006, 09:17 AM
Looks good and also gives some clue about the difference in strength between BD-A & ZIM-A. Future prospects don't look good for ZIM and it appears that it's only a matter of time that BD national side pushes the ZIM national side to position 10 and then it will be time for BD to fight with WI & SL for improving ICC ranking to 8th or even 7th position.

That will be BD's goal in the coming 5 years I strongly believe. :)

sonarbangla
June 18, 2006, 09:55 AM
hmm in next 5 years.. habibul.. rafique.. omar and masud will not be a part of team bangladesh any more.. since they are getting older.. they are one of our key players.. :(

tglover
June 18, 2006, 10:20 AM
End of Day 2: Zimbabwe A (following on) 2/116 (Masakadza 44no) and 10/116 (Enamul Haque jnr 5/34) vs Bangladesh A 393ao.

thebest
June 18, 2006, 10:25 AM
End of Day 2: Zimbabwe A (following on) 2/116 (Masakadza 44no) and 10/116 (Enamul Haque jnr 5/34) vs Bangladesh A 393ao.

:flag: Sabash. That was expected from you. GO tigers Go.:flag:

Miraz
June 18, 2006, 10:26 AM
Bangladesh A Vs Zimbabwe A
Bangladesh A 393/10</B> Over -Mehrab Jr. 46, Sadat 62, Tushar 128,Sakib 24
Zimbabwe A 116/2 </B> Over -36 overs
(Masakadza 44 n.o., Tapash 1/25, Sakib 1/27)Zimbabwe A First Innings: 116 in 44 overs (Enam Jr 5/34, Tapash 2/28, Hasibul 2/17, Sakib 1/6) Close of Play - Day Two of First 4-day match.

Miraz
June 18, 2006, 10:27 AM
Zim A is doing better in the second innings. They still trail by 161 runs. BD A should restrict them within 200-250.

al Furqaan
June 18, 2006, 10:57 AM
before we disparage ZIM, lets remember that though tapash may be an A teamer now (and even if that is his real calibre), he was on our national side for a long time. heck, he was our pace spear-head for a couple of years.

and enam is our national teamer. of course same can be said of ZIM A, but still...

i really want to see ZIM do well, ICC really needs as many strong teams as possible.

Sam
June 18, 2006, 01:10 PM
The latest score on the homepage is given like this:

BD-A: 393/10 - 90 overs
Zim-A: 116/2
Lunch, Day -2 of 4 (http://www.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2006/BDESH-A_IN_ZIM/SCORECARDS/BDESH-A_ZIM-A_17-20JUN2006.html)

which is not clear that it is Zim A's 2nd innings. It should look like:

BD-A: 393/10
Zim-A: 116 ao and 116/2 at stumps Day 2

chinaman
June 18, 2006, 01:20 PM
Scoreboard corrected.

Tigercricket wasn't clear when I was checking earlier. Thanks.

Sam
June 18, 2006, 01:58 PM
It is really strange that for last two days DS is not publishing any report on BD A Team against Zim A. They are totally absorbed in FIFA WC.:(

Sovik
June 18, 2006, 03:16 PM
bangladesh A bowled well in 1st innings and its Enamul jr again with 5 wickets against zim A.

nannu
June 18, 2006, 04:02 PM
i hope mehrab will be selected in nat team for 1 match. bd team is dying for a good allrounder.


[ ami asha koretechi je mehrab jeno jatio dol_e ekta shujog puy. karon bangladesher jatio dol_e ekta valo allrounder-er ottonto proyojon.]

nannu ( the translater)/ (dovashi)

Miraz
June 18, 2006, 04:31 PM
5 batsmen from Zimbabwe were out LBW. Fair umpiring from Zim officials.

http://www.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2006/BDESH-A_IN_ZIM/SCORECARDS/BDESH-A_ZIM-A_17-20JUN2006.html

sunniath
June 18, 2006, 07:03 PM
sunniath bhai, khali kolsi baje besi. nanu bhai vetore fapa. ai jonno onar sound o ektu besi. next time karo english nea bara bari korle ami dil mere oi kolsi fatabo. so don worry.. :D

ok back to the topic...Frost bhai amar moner kotha bolse. tushar imran always plays well in the A team, but when it comes in the national team, he is a fata ballon. kinda worthless. but hey, i disagree tht nafis iqbal is a really good combo with nafees. i think javed omar is our best opening batsman till now. he has more consistancy than any other batsman does. mm.. but santo r bodole Mohammad Sarif ke khelano uchit chilo. ba tareq aziz..
apnader deya shashosh e amar lekhar prerona:p .i am backing iqbal because jo is probably reaching the end of his career.although,he says he is 28,i think he is well above 30.so now it is a good opportunity for iqbal to step up to the plate.otherwise,someone from the under 19 side will take jo's place and we will have countless discussions on iqbal like we have on rokon,ehsan and other has beens.then oneday,some "obhaga" will write something in bangla in one of those threads,and nannu bhai will beat the crap out of him.so for everyone's sake,back iqbal up.pore boilen na j keu amake age shabdhan kore nai.;)

sonarbangla
June 18, 2006, 07:09 PM
It is really strange that for last two days DS is not publishing any report on BD A Team against Zim A. They are totally absorbed in FIFA WC.:(

:wow: DS mane? DhanShiri?!

sonarbangla
June 18, 2006, 07:13 PM
apnader deya shashosh e amar lekhar prerona:p .i am backing iqbal because jo is probably reaching the end of his career.although,he says he is 28,i think he is well above 30.so now it is a good opportunity for iqbal to step up to the plate.otherwise,someone from the under 19 side will take jo's place and we will have countless discussions on iqbal like we have on rokon,ehsan and other has beens.then oneday,some "obhaga" will write something in bangla in one of those threads,and nannu bhai will beat the crap out of him.so for everyone's sake,back iqbal up.pore boilen na j keu amake age shabdhan kore nai.;)

:D joss joss.. mamu tumar moto atto durodorsi dristi somponno manush deshe nai bolae ajke desher ai obosta.. hehe... anyways, Jo jodi 30 bosorer damra o hoe, tar poro se inshallah aro 5/6 bosor khele jete parbe. australia r besir bhag player i to 33+. asole batsman ra mature hoei 30 bosor hole. se khetre iqbal er time ase. tobe bapar holo iqbal last er bar srilankar sathe je bhebe guta mere out hoise. oke national team theke dure rakhatai mongol jonok bole aamr mone hoe.

SMHasan
June 18, 2006, 08:41 PM
:wow: DS mane? DhanShiri?!

DS= Daily Star :(

sunniath
June 18, 2006, 10:25 PM
:D joss joss.. mamu tumar moto atto durodorsi dristi somponno manush deshe nai bolae ajke desher ai obosta.. hehe... anyways, Jo jodi 30 bosorer damra o hoe, tar poro se inshallah aro 5/6 bosor khele jete parbe. australia r besir bhag player i to 33+. asole batsman ra mature hoei 30 bosor hole. se khetre iqbal er time ase. tobe bapar holo iqbal last er bar srilankar sathe je bhebe guta mere out hoise. oke national team theke dure rakhatai mongol jonok bole aamr mone hoe.
thank you,thank you.amar mone eibar nannu bhai re khema deya jay.onek pochano hoise.may be it took him multiple efforts to pass hsc.that is why he probably considers it as the milestone of someone's academic career.shesh baber moto khocha dilam.allah'r kosom.;)
now lets get back to cricket.i agree that iqbal's dismissals were unacceptable in the sl series.but he seems more fluent than jo.but he definitely needs to work on this temperment.no question about that.i was disappointed with jo because he did poorly in the home series where the pitch was ideal for his batting style.he is famous for his patience.but he also got out playing irresponsibly in both series.on top of that,he is extremely weak against in swing deliveries which openers get in plenty from the pacers.iqbal is not the ideal opener either.but to me,he seems more comfortable against quality bowling.i hope both of them play well and fight for the opening spot. if both play well,may be one can play down the order.we need stable batsmen in the side.i dont care who that it.

sonarbangla
June 19, 2006, 12:39 AM
DS= Daily Star :(


:D oh accha ami bhablam DhanShiri live FIFA dhaitase magar cricket dakhae na bole mind korsen... lol.. sorry for the confusion..

sonarbangla
June 19, 2006, 12:45 AM
thank you,thank you.amar mone eibar nannu bhai re khema deya jay.onek pochano hoise.may be it took him multiple efforts to pass hsc.that is why he probably considers it as the milestone of someone's academic career.shesh baber moto khocha dilam.allah'r kosom.;)
now lets get back to cricket.i agree that iqbal's dismissals were unacceptable in the sl series.but he seems more fluent than jo.but he definitely needs to work on this temperment.no question about that.i was disappointed with jo because he did poorly in the home series where the pitch was ideal for his batting style.he is famous for his patience.but he also got out playing irresponsibly in both series.on top of that,he is extremely weak against in swing deliveries which openers get in plenty from the pacers.iqbal is not the ideal opener either.but to me,he seems more comfortable against quality bowling.i hope both of them play well and fight for the opening spot. if both play well,may be one can play down the order.we need stable batsmen in the side.i dont care who that it.


:) well i think in tht case, Rajin should be opening with JO. and nafis iqbal can go in Rajin's spot. but what do u think about S.Nafees?! in the srilankan series, he got out in the same style.. which was simply pathetic, and against AUS, though he played really well in the test, he did suck in the ODI. and according to so many ppl the reason why he played so bad is tht, AUS bowlers got acknowledged about his weakness.. :(

Baundule
June 19, 2006, 07:36 AM
5 batsmen from Zimbabwe were out LBW. Fair umpiring from Zim officials.

http://www.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2006/BDESH-A_IN_ZIM/SCORECARDS/BDESH-A_ZIM-A_17-20JUN2006.html

May be, unfair for the Zim side; like our Mahbub, they also have low confidence.

Sam
June 19, 2006, 08:09 AM
Why there are no updates today from TigerCricket.com? May be TigerCricket staffs are watching the recorded FIFA WC match between Brazil and Australia again and again and forgot to update the scorecard;)

akabir77
June 19, 2006, 11:22 AM
still no update :(

nannu
June 19, 2006, 11:44 AM
nafees iqbal wont be in the team. cause the following players are sure of a place except t.imran. and whoever replace tushar, he will be a allounder. my best guiss mehrab.

shahriar nafees
rajin saleh/ javed omar
aftab
bashar
ash
(tushar imran)
mashud
rafique
razzaq
mash
shahadat

nannu ( the feltush)


( i told u ppl i never perticipated in hSc exam, leaved bd 1 day before my hsc exam (lucky me) but i am allmost done with my medicine study abroad)

Fazal
June 19, 2006, 12:28 PM
( i told u ppl i never perticipated in hSc exam, leaved bd 1 day before my hsc exam (lucky me) but i am allmost done with my medicine study abroad)

Oh No....now we are talking about people's life here ....... where you are planning to practice and what is your official name?

LateCut
June 19, 2006, 12:33 PM
Nothing new anywhere! May be raining. Here is yesterdays report.
Zim A struggle
From Blessing Maulgue in MUTARE
ZIMBABWE A were bowled out for a paltry 116 runs in their first innings resulting them following on as the touring Bangladesh A dominated the second day of this four-day match.
The second day of play brought no reprieve for the struggling hosts who failed to contain the pace of veteran bowler, Taposh Baishya, and the left-arm orthodox spin of Enamul Haque.
Baishya dismissed Zimbabwe’s top three batsmen Bernard Mlambo, skipper Hamilton Masakadza and Kudzai Taibu for ducks before Stuart Matsikenyeri, brought some sanity into the host team’s batting.
Matsikenyeri was settling down well with a few shots to the boundary but was unlucky to be given out leg before wicket on 15.
Tinashe Hove was the only batsman who showed signs of resistance to the bowling onslaught of the visitors holding on before he was cleaned bowled by spin sensation, Haque, on 23.
The damage had already been done when, Tafadzwa Mufambisi, came in at number five top-scored for the hosts with his 32.
Haque mopped up the tail enders to take complete a five wicket haul for 34 runs.
However Zimbabwe's batting showed a marked improvement when they came out for their second innings and young Hove continued from were he had left off scoring gritty 53 off 86 deliveries before he was caught on second slip off Said Al Hassans bowling.
Zimbabwe had reached 116-2 by close of play with Masakadza on 42 and Taibu on three leaving them with a 171 run deficit.
The hosts now need to bat throughout today and post a reasonable total to force Bangladesh to bat again.
Source: http://www.herald.co.zw/inside.aspx?sectid=5148&cat=5

sonarbangla
June 19, 2006, 12:42 PM
ok guys wait.. now the million dollar question is: whether to pick russel or shahadat
.. also, shall we consider tushar imran or alok kapali? btw, i think javed omor should open for BD no matter wht.

rudro
June 19, 2006, 01:17 PM
Update from DS:


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</TD></TR><TR><TD><TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=4 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=newsdetails vAlign=top>Enamul takes BD A closer to win
Sports Reporter

Bangladesh A require a further 78 runs to win after another brilliant spell of bowling from Enamul Haque in the third day of the first four-day match against Zimbabwe A at the Mutare Sports Club ground yesterday.

The second-string side ended the day on 34 for one after they dismissed the hosts for 388 in the second innings.
Test cap Stuart Matsikenyeri struck a patient 127 while Musamisi missed his well-deserved ton, falling at 97.

Left-arm spinner Enamul took four for 78, while fellow left-armer Sakib-al-Hassan and seamer Tapash Baisya took two wickets apiece.

The wily spinner from Sylhet took 5 for 34, and now has a match-haul of 9 wickets for 112.
Zimbabwe second-string set a target of 112 runs a little more than a day to spare and Bangladesh played out the final ten overs losing a single wicket.
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Sauron
June 19, 2006, 01:18 PM
( i told u ppl i never perticipated in hSc exam, leaved bd 1 day before my hsc exam (lucky me) but i am allmost done with my medicine study abroad)

"leaved" bd???? I thought you were trashing someone else earlier for lack of foreign language expertise ... and now you say you "leaved" BD ...?

And it's not lucky you ... it's lucky Bangladesh ... you left as soon as you could.

Aritro
June 19, 2006, 01:21 PM
Good to see Enamul getting amongst it. With the amount of spin he imparts on the ball, we could have an international quality bowler, if someone helps him slightly remodel his action.

rudro
June 19, 2006, 01:24 PM
How did our bowlers allow ZIM A to amass a huge 388 in the second innings? Thats a shame.

cricman
June 19, 2006, 01:27 PM
Good to see Enamul getting amongst it. With the amount of spin he imparts on the ball, we could have an international quality bowler, if someone helps him slightly remodel his action.

His action is fine! He 's got 144 FC wickets and he's under 20 years old!

Aritro
June 19, 2006, 01:32 PM
His action is fine! He 's got 144 FC wickets and he's under 20 years old!

That's definitely an impressive record, no doubt.

It seems to me that his right arm plays almost no part in the delivery, and this can cause a bowler to stray if he's not careful.

LateCut
June 19, 2006, 01:42 PM
He needs to throw in a few spinning the wrong direction. He claimed that he mastered the art. However, he was either not that good at it yet or can not disguise it from the batsmen. Nevertheless, he will be deadly when he learns to vary his pace and flight a little more effectively with or without the Chinaman deception. Way to go Junior!

Sovik
June 19, 2006, 01:46 PM
"leaved" bd???? I thought you were trashing someone else earlier for lack of foreign language expertise ... and now you say you "leaved" BD ...?

And it's not lucky you ... it's lucky Bangladesh ... you left as soon as you could.

please, don't be so harsh on him. we all make some spelling mistakes

Aritro
June 19, 2006, 01:55 PM
please, don't be so harsh on him. we all make some spelling mistakes

Sovik, check your PMs mate.

Sam
June 19, 2006, 02:02 PM
Here is the scorecard for the third day (http://usa.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2006/BDESH-A_IN_ZIM/SCORECARDS/BDESH-A_ZIM-A_17-20JUN2006.html)

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sunniath
June 19, 2006, 02:09 PM
should be an easy win for bd.but i am not impressed with our 2nd innings bowling.we could not bowl zim out within 250 despite having some very experienced bowlers.

babubangla
June 19, 2006, 02:11 PM
Bangladesh A 393
Zimbabwe A 116
Zimbabwe A 388 (f/o)
Bangladesh A 34/1 (target 112)

Good 2nd Innings reply by the Zimbabwians.
But not enough-- Bnagladesh need just 78 runs in 4th day with 9 wickets still on hand.

al Furqaan
June 19, 2006, 02:16 PM
enamul seems to take 80% of the wickets in all A team matches

rudro
June 19, 2006, 02:42 PM
enamul seems to take 80% of the wickets in all A team matches And 7 of his 9 victims in this match were lbw. Any explanation?

nannu
June 19, 2006, 03:14 PM
"leaved" bd???? I thought you were trashing someone else earlier for lack of foreign language expertise ... and now you say you "leaved" BD ...?

And it's not lucky you ... it's lucky Bangladesh ... you left as soon as you could.


we should seriously think about playng enam in the odi matches :confused:. i dont believe he will perform less than test matches.

nannu ( the experiment-er )

[ lucky me that i am practising medicine in dutch language. and i dont feel lucky for the fact that i left bd :( but for the fact that i left 1 day before my hsc exam :lol:. one of the reason is there are harly any cricket broadcasting in holland. 90% ppl never heard of it. still they played in WC before bd. can u believe it most cricket clubs here had a balling machine when bd national team had none :E ? ]

Sovik
June 19, 2006, 03:56 PM
it should be an easy win for Bangladesh A

billah
June 19, 2006, 03:57 PM
Caution guys. Our boys, what with the likes of Alok in the team, are perfectly capable of splattering themselves flat to score those 78 runs. Happened before. Hope they come through. Hope Tushar comes through and takes the MOM.

sonarbangla
June 19, 2006, 05:44 PM
How did our bowlers allow ZIM A to amass a huge 388 in the second innings? Thats a shame.

rudro bhai, i would go for you, but then again, lets not foget only one of our best bowler is playing against em. Enamul did really well, and thts all we need.. :) hopefully tapash, or hasubul not gonna be on the national team. therefore, no need to worry. our shahadat, mash, russel will kick on their *** on the real game.. and then rafique is there along with enamul.. so yeah.. its gonna be a nightmare for those Zemoz.. ;) :flag: Go bangladesh GO..

cricman
June 19, 2006, 05:57 PM
It was just 1 big partnership between Stuart Matsikenyeri and Tafadzwa Mufambisi the others just went down. Shanto 0/81

Spitfire_x86
June 19, 2006, 06:08 PM
Two things wrong with Tusher. Most of you covered the easy one - He is a menace in practice matches, matches off little or no value. When it comes to big ones, he chokes.

The other problem has to do more with selectors then him. Tusher barely gets one or two shots at the national team every couple of year. While other players are given a chance to suck match after match, Tusher only gets those one or two shots. He knows it and the pressure gets to him. I'd be willing to give him a full tour and see what he does with that opportunity. He might bomb, however, he won't be the only one.
Tushar did not get enough chances in Test, but in ODI he got more than a few chances. Last year he played in every matches of Natwest series and Srilanka ODI series (9 matches in a row) and he failed to score a single fifty.

SMHasan
June 19, 2006, 08:43 PM
we should seriously think about playng enam in the odi matches :confused:. i dont believe he will perform less than test matches.

nannu ( the experiment-er )

[ lucky me that i am practising medicine in dutch language. and i dont feel lucky for the fact that i left bd :( but for the fact that i left 1 day before my hsc exam :lol:. one of the reason is there are harly any cricket broadcasting in holland. 90% ppl never heard of it. still they played in WC before bd. can u believe it most cricket clubs here had a balling machine when bd national team had none :E ? ]

Its bowling machine not 'balling machine'. Anyway, never mind, we all do make mistakes now and then. BTW we are far behind than other nations in the world so its not surprising not to have a bowling machine where they had it.

battye
June 20, 2006, 03:36 AM
Why isn't Christopher Mpofu playing??
http://www.cricinfo.com/zimbabwe/content/story/250601.html

roi
June 20, 2006, 04:21 AM
Its bowling machine not 'balling machine'. Anyway, never mind, we all do make mistakes now and then. BTW we are far behind than other nations in the world so its not surprising not to have a bowling machine where they had it.

Where do you guys found that BD National Team does not have any Bowling Machine?:eek: :mad:
I saw BD national Team practicing in BUET ground with Bowling machine in 1998 february and we also have some of BD team pic where team was practicing in Mirpur ground using Bowling machine somewhere in BanglaCricket.:flag:

salu
June 20, 2006, 05:03 AM
Bangladesh A Won By 7 Wickets Over Zim A.congtrats To Players...started Well.

Sam
June 20, 2006, 05:12 AM
Yes, It is a good start indeed, except that conceding 388 runs in the second innings.
Bangladesh scored 113/3 in their second innings in 28.2 overs (Sadat 52, Nafis 23, Tushar 21*). Enam and Tushar are the men of the match, I believe.

PoorFan
June 20, 2006, 05:25 AM
Well done, hope they keep up this performance. Good job from Tushar and Enam.

And guys, please give the credit where it's due, atleast Tushar performs in A match or practice match, unlike Alok, Nafis and co. I will be more than happy if they perform consistently even in a practice match or so.

Miraz
June 20, 2006, 05:35 AM
Its a very good start by BD A team. They dominated the match apart from the big partnership between Stuart Matsikenyeri and Tafadzwa Mufambisi.

I am happy with the win and expect Bangladesh will continue this form througout the tour.

PoorFan
June 20, 2006, 05:40 AM
I don't get it. People are not happy beacause Tushar just scored another cnetury against a weaker A team. They are making a case that he shouldn't even deserve to be in the team-a. Look at the other side of the coin, we follow Ash's every move like a cult super hero, whether he scores a duck or a 200 against para teams consists of 14 years and 41 years oldies(no in betweens). And evey time he sneezes, one more thread start poping up.

<!--StartFragment -->Ohh... Fazal, you just HIT the dumb head!

rudro
June 20, 2006, 08:20 AM
Well done, hope they keep up this performance. Good job from Tushar and Enam.

We must not forget to congrat Nazmus Sadat who scored half-centuries in both innings (62 and 52). As much as we look forward to consistency, this player is the one we should be watching out!

LateCut
June 20, 2006, 08:54 AM
[ lucky me that i am practising medicine in dutch language. :E ? ]


How is your Dutch?

thebest
June 20, 2006, 08:58 AM
Congrats. Looking for better than this performance next match

Tigers_eye
June 20, 2006, 09:21 AM
Well Done BD-A. Looking at the score there were only two nb in the entire match. That is a definite improvement. Enam Jr. is shaping up nicely. Mehrab Jr. and NSadat are showing there mettle.

What is the role of Alok in the team? In first innings he bowled 1 over. in the second innings he bowled 6 overs. So he may be included as a batsman playing at #6? Or there is no clear communication between the BD management and captains.

SMHasan
June 20, 2006, 11:04 AM
How is your Dutch?

hahahaah...

Fazal
June 20, 2006, 11:08 AM
Wake up Nafis Iqbal before its too late. NSadat is comming.... and comming for good.

Fazal
June 20, 2006, 11:14 AM
What is the role of Alok in the team?

Thats a million dollar question: What is the role of Alok in any team?

I think its same as the role of Ramesh Powar as I mentioned before a month ago:

"He is an allrounder who can bowl a little bit when his team is batting and bat a little bit when his team is fielding."

sonarbangla
June 20, 2006, 12:56 PM
Shanto 0/81

:D much better than what i expected

sonarbangla
June 20, 2006, 01:00 PM
Thats a million dollar question: What is the role of Alok in any team?

I think its same as the role of Ramesh Powar as I mentioned before a month ago:

"He is an allrounder who can bowl a little bit when his team is batting and bat a little bit when his team is fielding."


heyy.. :( but he is really good for the ODI matches!! i am not sure of the test, but he can take quick singles in ODI, which no other bd bats man can do.. except for him and.. mm.. rajin saleh i guess

LateCut
June 20, 2006, 01:02 PM
Well Done BD-A. Looking at the score there were only two nb in the entire match. That is a definite improvement. Enam Jr. is shaping up nicely. Mehrab Jr. and NSadat are showing there mettle.

Yah! What about the 16 wides? Of these EHJ gave nine of them. How could a slow blower in a longer version of the game give away 9 wides unless he has a vision deficiency?

Fazal
June 20, 2006, 01:11 PM
i am not sure of the test, but he can take quick singles in ODI, which no other bd bats man can do.. except for him and.. mm.. rajin saleh i guess

See ... now you found a perfect role for Alok. He should be the 12th man....so that he bring the drinks, equipments (bat, helment, etc), message from the coach quicker in the field. Moreover he is a good fielder, so he can field once is while. I like that.

cricman
June 20, 2006, 01:13 PM
Yah! What about the 16 wides? Of these EHJ gave nine of them. How could a slow blower in a longer version of the game give away 9 wides unless he has a vision deficiency?
Do you see the turn this guy gets? It's not like Rafique where the ball turns 6 inches on a turning pitch. When he bowls the ball has a lot of bite remember the dream ball to Clarke?

BTW: How can you Dog a guy when he takes 9/112?

sonarbangla
June 20, 2006, 01:18 PM
See ... now you found a perfect role for Alok. He should be the 12th man....so that he bring the drinks, equipments (bat, helment, etc), message from the coach quicker in the field. Moreover he is a good fielder, so he can field once is while. I like that.

:lol: hehe.. nice try bro. but see, by saying quick runner i didn't actually meant that he can run like a cheeta. I meant, the time he goes to bat, he can find out the gap, and then take quick singles by shoving the ball towards the gap.. lol..

sadi
June 20, 2006, 02:04 PM
genious!!!

Sam
June 21, 2006, 04:01 AM
Yah! What about the 16 wides? Of these EHJ gave nine of them. How could a slow blower in a longer version of the game give away 9 wides unless he has a vision deficiency?
Wide in ODs are not necessarily too much away from the batsman. EHJ is a leggie and when batsman misses a ball and if the ball is missing the leg stump by even half of an inch or less, it is a 'wide'. That's why leggies usually concede more wides than offies.

nannu
June 21, 2006, 04:49 AM
How is your Dutch?

better than ur english believe me. (apnar ingreji theka valo, bishshash koren.)(beter dan jouw engels, geloof me)

b.t.w. there r rumours in bd camp that whatmore will leave bd after the wc. more ppl heard about it? or is it only a stupid rumour.

mzia
June 21, 2006, 07:03 AM
b.t.w. there r rumours in bd camp that whatmore will leave bd after the wc. more ppl heard about it? or is it only a stupid rumour.

...unless finding a better job I think he will be here….

sadi
June 21, 2006, 08:08 AM
Wide in ODs are not necessarily too much away from the batsman. EHJ is a leggie and when batsman misses a ball and if the ball is missing the leg stump by even half of an inch or less, it is a 'wide'. That's why leggies usually concede more wides than offies.

But ei match ta OD chilo na... it was a four day match :D