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pagol-chagol
December 29, 2006, 05:34 AM
The best batting partnership I have ever seen by any Bangladeshi batsmen at any level. They were simply majestic, hitting the ball all over the field, and keeping the ball on the ground. Lets just say to those who haven't seen, they made Aftab look amateur. Bright bright future awaits Bangladesh cricket.

Bugz
December 29, 2006, 05:40 AM
What I would do for a video....

Miraz
December 29, 2006, 05:41 AM
I am impressed by their batting and physical build.

I hope they continue their form and can make it to the international level in near future.

sar2005
December 29, 2006, 05:44 AM
This is superb stuff..........130+ run opening stand in 13 overs.
The good thing about Zunaid is how well built he is! He looks very strong and rightly mentioned as BD version of Haydn by some of our fellow BC members.

We need more power with the techniqe to compete in world cricket.

pagol-chagol
December 29, 2006, 05:45 AM
What I would do for a video....

Yes. I would like to see those 13 overs about 10 more times.

exotic
December 29, 2006, 05:48 AM
... Lets just say to those who haven't seen, they made Aftab look amateur........

I didn't watch MSC Innings. If your statement/observation is true, then it must be awesome for our future (not to mention for MSC as well :-D)

sar2005
December 29, 2006, 05:49 AM
Channel I may show the highlights again as they recorded the whole game. If anyone knows, please keep us posted. We can try to capture the highlights then.

pagol-chagol
December 29, 2006, 05:49 AM
The bowling was much better than Mohammedan's. Nobody else, like Aftab, Bashar, Rajjak, Taposh etc. could do much after these two started taking too much risk and got out.

TheWatcher
December 29, 2006, 05:51 AM
Highly impressed with those two. Not only for openning, with this kind of batting, they can fit into middle order also. Both of them should definately be in consideration for Zimbabwe tour. Let's see if those boys can live up to expections in premier league one day matches.

pagol-chagol
December 29, 2006, 05:53 AM
Highly impressed with those two. Not only for openning, with this kind of batting, they can fit into middle order also. Both of them should definately be in consideration for Zimbabwe tour. Let's see if those boys can live up to expections in premier league one day matches.

Yes, they both seems like batsmen who would fit in as middle order as well.

sar2005
December 29, 2006, 05:55 AM
i am sensing something now.....since Habibul was the captain..and the way the two openners played through out the tournament...he is definitly going to recommend atleast any one of them for the World Cup

Have taken Mridul's above comments from the match thread- as I think this is the right thread for discussing this issue.

Yeah, don't be surprised if Zunaid gets a call for ZIM tour. But I thought It would be little earlier then expected. Let him perform one more year in internal cricket like this and then play for BD A for a while before putting them under big guns.

Mridul
December 29, 2006, 05:56 AM
You guys have really missed something (ppl who did not watch it live).....it was simply amazing....they were not really slogging......but they were all clean hit.....and when Imtiaz scored from 50-70...he played very intelligent cricket...superb stuff....even Razzak got hit really bad....the six by Junaid off Razzak was simply terrific....and Imtiaz's three sixes by hooking/pulling were perfectly timed

Bugz
December 29, 2006, 05:58 AM
You guys are making me jealous. So no chance of a vid?

Mridul
December 29, 2006, 06:00 AM
probably we can record news clip from Channel-i/NTV

pagol-chagol
December 29, 2006, 06:01 AM
zunaed got player of the tournament award and Imtiaz got player of the game. Zunaed batted like an Australian for real. Imtiaz batted like an Indian. Tamim batted like a Bangladeshi.

Bugz
December 29, 2006, 06:10 AM
Lay-off Tamim- he is going to be a star.

israr
December 29, 2006, 06:20 AM
Watched the whole match live. Once Junaid, Imtiaz, and Nadif makes an entry into our national team, our era of competetiveness in the cricketing world shall commence, and hopefully these younger generation of players will usher us to a palmy future.

Mohiul
December 29, 2006, 06:21 AM
I've watched the match and I felt them two (Zunaed & Imtiaz) really batted like aussies but also felt that we shouldn't let them be another Ashraful......... Give them enough time in a pipeline so that they are nurtured in proper manner.

BangladeshFan
December 29, 2006, 08:00 AM
guys if we got such hitting talents, why waste time with tortoise players? still 3 months to go for the WC. The only achievement that could be for Bd in WC is to upset either India or SL and there is no other way to do it other than score quick in fielding restricted overs and shock them. Both of them are unknown material and that would be a big advantage as bowlers wouldnt know where to bowl to them.

I think WI wickets suit pinch hitters, using unconventional players at the top like sehwag and jayasuriya, those teams will roll over Bd with ease. if selectors are so impressed with Mehrab, play him in middle order, why waste the restricted overs?

ahms
December 29, 2006, 08:23 AM
I agree with BangladeshFan. We have no chance to win against IND or Srilanka in conventional method but with a surprise package. I think we should introduce Junaid and Tamim into 2 different matches as a surprise. It is more like gamble with 1 player out of 11. It might work.

akabir77
December 29, 2006, 09:32 AM
I agree with BangladeshFan. We have no chance to win against IND or Srilanka in conventional method but with a surprise package. I think we should introduce Junaid and Tamim into 2 different matches as a surprise. It is more like gamble with 1 player out of 11. It might work.

Why r we so short sighted!!!

Ok you wanna surprise india/srilanka in wc in a totally new ground for them by these two new guys who batted well in a 20/20 match. Now see how funny that looks. And say the selectors r also became S... and picked them and they failed what will happen to their future? cause if some one gets picked by all of a sudden they will be droppped all of a sudden too.

So no matter how good they r they need come through the proper channel. play list A games and such and prove that it wasn't a fluke....

Now if we have to give players place in ntl team every time some one plays good then we will be changing players every match...

These 20/20 or ntl is no where near to Intl matches.

sadi
December 29, 2006, 09:52 AM
Wow some people want to pick those guys just based on one 20-20 game and we blame the selctors so often for picking up talents too early. Its one thing to play a 20-20 game in domestic cricket and its totally something else to play world cup against a quality opposition in foreign soil.

I did see the game and liked what I see in both Junaid and Imtiaz. However, I will like to see more consistency in upcoming premier league games from them and will see how they continue to perform in national league also. I rather be late in bringing them up for national team than too early and A team against England A can be a good start for them. I must say though I was really impressed with their strokeplays. They made it look so easy. I just wish we had some better camerawork from Channel I. Anyways, we should thank channel I for giving us the opportunity to watch this game and witness some latest talents in Bangladesh cricket. I hope its just the beginning.

Tigers_eye
December 29, 2006, 10:12 AM
1. Year ending
2. coming from pagol-chagol

made be think that he was talking about our Zunaid and Imtiaz (seriously!!). And everyone praizing their physic?? Then I saw the spelling on the Zunaed. Delta don't give bd doemstic cricket updates.

sadi
December 29, 2006, 10:12 AM
From Tigercricket,

Mohammedan had players who contributed handsomely and at the end of an entertaining tournament names like Junaed Siddiqui and Imtiaz Hossain mean as much and maybe more than Aftab Ahmed, Habibul Bashar, Sakib and Tapash Baishya. <O:p</O:p
<O:p</O:p

The final, which was telecast live on Channel i, lived up to the hype and all concerns about the wicket was promptly put to rest as Mohammedan started their innings in whirlwind fashion after put into bat. Their marauding openers Junaed and Imtiaz were on an all-out attack and never allowed the star-studded Old DOHS attack to settle down. Left-hander Junaed, a revelation, took on Nazmul in the fourth over and smashed four boundaries in a row.<O:p</O:p
<O:p</O:p

Former national skipper Khaled Mahmud came into the attack and was welcomed with two sixes, one over fine leg by Imtiaz another over long on by Junaed, in consecutive overs. Right handed Imtiaz however, played his best shot against pacer Dollar Mahmud hitting an effortless elegant over boundary over cover. <O:p</O:p
<O:p</O:p

The Mohammedan openers put on 134 in just 12.3 overs before Junaed gave a return catch to left arm spinner Abdur Razzak after making 61 off 34 which included eight boundaries and two sixes. Partner Imtiaz surpassed him today as he scored a 50-ball 82 with eight boundaries and four over boundaries before being run out.<O:p</O:p

zia
December 29, 2006, 11:08 AM
:flag: Wow! that was real fire works. Zunaid has cricket in his blood. I think his father used to play for MSC and I think his name is Bulbul. I can deliver the video (Opening pairs batting) if some one can tell me how do I copy it from the DVR.

They should be tried atleast in our forthcoming matches with ZIM and ENG. Hopefully we will be able to find some talent.

Congrats to MSC. Hey, Habibul ended the year in style as a Captain despite this zero!

akabir77
December 29, 2006, 11:28 AM
:flag: Wow! that was real fire works. Zunaid has cricket in his blood. I think his father used to play for MSC and I think his name is Bulbul. I can deliver the video (Opening pairs batting) if some one can tell me how do I copy it from the DVR.

They should be tried atleast in our forthcoming matches with ZIM and ENG. Hopefully we will be able to find some talent.

Congrats to MSC. Hey, Habibul ended the year in style as a Captain despite this zero!

If you have a TV card then hook your dvr with the input of the tv card and then import your video...

On the match r u saying he is son of BULBUL the coach now and use to be the middle order batsman and got the 2nd highest debu score in the history?? or this is another bulbul?

sadi
December 29, 2006, 11:30 AM
Aminul Islam Bulbul is too young to have a kid like Junaed. I am sure its some other Bulbul.

pagol-chagol
December 29, 2006, 11:30 AM
Watched the whole match live. Once Junaid, Imtiaz, and Nadif makes an entry into our national team, our era of competetiveness in the cricketing world shall commence, and hopefully these younger generation of players will usher us to a palmy future.

Yes. Nadif was impressive. Playing effortlessly. I wish he batted a little longer. Basically, if he was there, DOHS would have won it easily. MSC pacers stunk it up. I love the talent of this new group, but I don't know how gritty they are, how good their defense is, how good they would do in foreign grounds in hostile situations facing much superior attacks. At the same time, I think we need some hard hitters to have a glimmer of hope of beating a giant. You know India would love it if we change Ashraful for a more consistent player. That would just about guarantee a win for them. Good dilemma.

shujan
December 29, 2006, 11:44 AM
This is sweet. I am a black and white kinda guy. Love it!!!

pagol-chagol
December 29, 2006, 12:11 PM
:flag: I can deliver the video (Opening pairs batting) if some one can tell me how do I copy it from the DVR.


Thanks in advance boss!

kalpurush
December 29, 2006, 01:21 PM
:flag: I can deliver the video (Opening pairs batting) if some one can tell me how do I copy it from the DVR.

It would be my Eid gift then! Much thanks. I missed the match due to my feaver:hairpull:
zia, we are waiting like hungry Mashree for your video!!:-D

Fortuner
December 29, 2006, 02:13 PM
zunaed got player of the tournament award and Imtiaz got player of the game. Zunaed batted like an Australian for real. Imtiaz batted like an Indian. Tamim batted like a Bangladeshi.
Well Said...

Actually in BD cricket players who are not like bangladeshi way are not much talked of. Eg. S N...ppl dnt talk of him as much as ppl wld wana talk of Alok,ash...etc...

Amazing....

Zobair
December 29, 2006, 02:20 PM
They did great...but it was while DOHS bowlers were finding their range...and the ball was new...and the length was too full...take nothing away from them though! If they can continue in the same vein they will give our current top order a run for their money.

The best batting partnership I have ever seen by any Bangladeshi batsmen at any level. They were simply majestic, hitting the ball all over the field, and keeping the ball on the ground. Lets just say to those who haven't seen, they made Aftab look amateur. Bright bright future awaits Bangladesh cricket.

Fortuner
December 29, 2006, 02:28 PM
can some1 tell more bout junaed n imtiyaz???

sadi
December 29, 2006, 02:33 PM
Old DOHS bowler were guilty of bowling too many short deliveries and Junaed and Imtiaz took full advantage of that. They ran hard and had good communication between them. The way Imtiaz got out was kind of unfortunate though as he didn't really place his bat while taking a quick single and got run out. Dollar Mahmud is just another Nazmul in making. I find them pretty similar kind of bowler with just about same pace. Shahadat was clearly the pick of DOHS bowler as he troubled the batsmen thoughout his spell.

AsifTheManRahman
December 29, 2006, 02:38 PM
i couldn't stay awake last night...i hear that tamim is still a novice with the bat and has a long way to go. how good is zunaed in terms of technique and middling the ball and having control over his shots?

sadi
December 29, 2006, 02:42 PM
how good is zunaed in terms of technique and middling the ball and having control over his shots?

As good as it gets. Maybe its for only one 20-20 game but he was almost flawless till he got out. Middled the ball with ease, found the gap beautifully and has good technique. Made it look easy!!!

Ahmed_B
December 29, 2006, 02:47 PM
It was just one match..
It was a 20/20 match...
It was a BD domestic match...
The batting was entertaining...
Some crowd cheers...

And the 2 guys fly to world cup!
Great success story...or is it? :)

I hope the selectors have learnt enough lessons not to be dumb enough to fall in this sort of trap of public/media demand! We dont need Stardom... we need a stable-compact-unified unit which rises gradually.

The last thing we probably need is BD team to become like that stupid farmer who slaughtered his duck that used to lay golden eggs.... to get it all at once!

RazabQ
December 29, 2006, 03:39 PM
All successful teams need a few intimidating batsmen these days - based on the aussie model. Australia has Hayden & Symonds. Pakistan has Inzie. Windies back in the day had Lloyd and King Viv. England has Pieterson & Flintoff. South Africa has Smith now and had Klusener back in the day. Back in the day we had this too - Atahar and then Akram. But recently, all our batters have been puchki. Ash, Aftab, Bashar, et all are all vertical challenged.

It is in this context I place the Mohammedan opening pair. Both of them are BIG!!! They are ripped!!! They can whack it good and for miles. Both illustrated lovely quick feet for big-guys; dancing down the wicket to a Shahadat Hossain ain't too shabby. And, in a nice development for BD batters, they showed - for one innings at least - how to milk the single with nudges and nurdles.

Junaid seems to coming along nicely. He had a century in NL and when it resumes I'll be keenly following his progress. He has scored runs consistently and has - again based on my one visual data point and on MR, not looked like a slogger at all (are you reading this Tamim?) The other guy Imtiaz was a revelation - lovely shot selection to go with the power!

Nadif in his brief cameo and his outstanding diving catch in the deep illustrated that the hype surrounding him is not misplaces.

So, yes, this is only one match/tournament, but I'm encouraged that the Bangladesh batting reserves are pretty good. Note I said reserves - this means that unless the national team is absolutely imploding, these guys will play at least one more season of home AND AWAY A-team tours with plenty of first class matches. Quality first class matches tend to weed out the real talents from the wham-bam-thank-you-m'aam-ers.

If this happens than possible we'll have 1 or 2 (you know out of 3 one will def fall by the roadside on account of the law of averages) Hayden/Symmonds on our national team and that mon-amis will be G-O-O-D!!!

As for those who are calling for them to be in the WC all I can say is,[বাংলা]ভাই মগজটা যখান আল্লাহ দিয়েই দিয়েছে, একটু ব্যাবহার কোরুন [/বাংলা]:)

BTW, on the flip side of things. I worry about our bowling reserves. Tapash, Nazmul, Dollar and the oldies Manju & Hasib all bowled on both sides of the wicket and bowled too short or too full. Really bummed about Dollar. Slightly taller version Nazmul. Tapash, according to Bashar in the match ceremony, played with a 102 degree fever cuz Mohammedan were a bowler short. This combined with the fact that his second spell was a little better and his track record in Windies, can still redeem himself, but Nazmul - hopeless!

pagol-chagol
December 29, 2006, 03:39 PM
It was just one match..
It was a 20/20 match...
It was a BD domestic match...
The batting was entertaining...
Some crowd cheers...

And the 2 guys fly to world cup!
Great success story...or is it? :)

I hope the selectors have learnt enough lessons not to be dumb enough to fall in this sort of trap of public/media demand! We dont need Stardom... we need a stable-compact-unified unit which rises gradually.

The last thing we probably need is BD team to become like that stupid farmer who slaughtered his duck that used to lay golden eggs.... to get it all at once!

I don't want to rush anybody either, but I think this whole process is subjective rather than numeric. Some people are ready at 16, some aren't ready until they are 30. You wouldn't want to save Tendu till 22, and you don't want to send Ash at 16.

BangladeshFan
December 29, 2006, 04:08 PM
some guys here are belittling a 20/20. For them I remember a quote from viv richards "whatever cricket u play, u play with the same bat and the ball". there was quite a few oppostion when kevin pieterson was taken in last years ashes as people called him a hit or miss 20/20 specialist. See how good a test batsman he has become now.

some are talking about coming in "proper channel" and maturing in league cricket. u can play in local league for years , score heavily and still flop in international cricket simply because the quality of bowling is better. and thats even more true for someone playing in Bd leagues. u have to be thrown in the deep end to know what u r made of. besides we dont have many "impact" batsman in our lineup. can players like mehrab, sakib or bashar win a match against india or srilanka? aftab atbest can offer a cameo and ashraful once in a bluemoon. india or srilanka is better than Bd simply because they have more impact players in their lineup.

RazabQ
December 29, 2006, 04:32 PM
some guys here are belittling a 20/20. Nobody is belittling 20/20. We are saying it's only ONE data point and you need a few more to make your projection. Your point about "deep-end" and what not is well taken, but do you really believe Junaid and Imtiaz are remotely ready for that? If you watched that whole partnership - and saw the bowling served up - and still feel the answer is yes, well than, power to you :)

TheWatcher
December 29, 2006, 05:38 PM
Razab bhai, about the quality of bowling sides- this is as good as it gets in a BD domestic league. Someone like Tamim can still benefit playing at this level, but those two boys looked too good to be left here. However, I agree that trying them first against England A-team is a more sensible option.

Omio
December 29, 2006, 05:55 PM
I missed the whole match,
can somebody upload atleast news clip..

thebest
December 29, 2006, 09:51 PM
Razab Bhai, well said. Taposh was bowling crap at beginning but at the end he proved why he is considered by many of us (including myself) what a good bowler at death he is. DOHS still had chance after 16 overs (44 runs in 4 overs) but I think he gave away 8 runs in the 2 overs (17th and 19th) he bowled. But I am really worried about about pace bowling reserve. Both side pace department (except Rajib) gave lots of 4 balls.
The most interesting aspect Zunaid and Imtiaz was they dare to come down againest Rajib. That means they are aggresive and are not afraid of bowlers which is sorrly missing from the batsmen of national team. Rarely I saw our batsmen dancing down the wicket againest spinner let alone pacers.
But I am in favor of waiting them to bloosom then to nip in bud.
P_C Tendulakors born once in a lifetime. What I saw these two are not tendu. May be Matty. So let them wait like matty

pagol-chagol
December 29, 2006, 10:03 PM
P_C Tendulakors born once in a lifetime. What I saw these two are not tendu. May be Matty. So let them wait like matty

I don't know if these kids are ready or not. The analogy wasn't if they were Tendu. The analogy wasn't if they were Ashraful. The analogy was to state that different players are ready at different times. Why are you saying, "these two are not tendu". It sounds like I am claiming they are Tendu. Their mother wouldn't dare to claim that.

TheWatcher
December 29, 2006, 10:03 PM
About the reserve pacer, judging by stats, Sharif is probably the best option we have now.

thebest
December 30, 2006, 03:46 AM
P_C I think we are talking in different wavelength. What I mean by 'not tendu' I mean I did not saw feel that they are as talented as tendu in that age. I am privilaged enough to saw tendu at his debut match agaienst 2Ws, Imran and Qadir. I agree different player are ready at different time. Thus comparison does not work.

tanvir_nus
December 30, 2006, 03:56 AM
I watched the whole match yesterday on channel I. I made some observations, some of them are already mentioned, but I will give my verdict too.

I have to mention a few names first,

Zunaed: About 5 10, not as muscular as Hayden as some people put it, but for a bangladeshi he is quite well built (Imtiaz looks better), Very powerful on the onside, backfoot drives and able to rotate strike. Was ahead of Imtiaz before he cracked lose and reached fifty before him when he was around 48/49. Has hit multiple consecutive boundaries, and long sixes on the long sides. Looked comfortable against spinners and fast bowlers, infact he had hit razzak for a boundary before giving him a return catch which i thought was a top edge. But, He is hardly a slogger, just a clean hitter of the ball, and may I add sweet timer as well. Impressive stuff.

Verdict: A very handy opener. Maybe our answer to the question of taking advantage in powerplays. I say, try him in the zimbabwe tour for a match or two. See how he performs.

Imtiaz: Very stong on the backfoot with hooks and pulls. Perfect hooker. Has danced down the track and hardly missed a hit. Has also hit consequtive boundaries effortlessly as Zunaed. Well built, perhaps better than Zunaed, has long hair and a kind of don't care attitude. Able to rotate strike perfectly, better than Imroaz. Started off slow but took over Imroaz in scoring, and in a very short span of time. Hits the ball hard (but there is a better one...continue reading).

Verdict: I say, he is still a rookie, to take him into any sort of squad will be a gamble. He still has a lot to prove. Allow him a little time. But very very exciting opening prospect for the future.

Tamim: Was disappointed by his features,(not very tall or muscular, just lean and thin and a bit athletic) but boy can he hit! Strictly with the help of hand eye co-ordination and timing and a bit of luck he has played some extra-ordinary at the same time unorthodox shots. He misqued some shots, tried some extravagant shots, some came off, some didnt. Very strong on the onside too. Not scared to take the aerial route. The way he played tapash in his first over was amazing. More than power, his strength is in placement and timing.

Verdict: Too early too, since he can still play for u-19 team and national league and he is so young I say shape him up more. He still has to learn some foot movement and perhaps control in his shots. To me he is the most exciting, and an answer to the opening pair. I see him as a real asset. A real diamond in the rough.

Nadif: Clearly the most powerful in whatever terms you put him in. Hardest hitter out there in the field today for bangladesh no doubt. Dancing down the track he showed how carefree but intelligent batting can be done. Very powerful on the long off and long on area. Straight bat shots(no cross batted slogs), hardly any misses when he hits it clean it stays hit. Mighty pleased by his effort. But I wonder how he can come into the team. There is really no place for him in my opinion right now, unless he can bowl again. I really hope he perfects his action. He is quite tall and very well built. The most i will say. And the celebration all around the field when he got out by the Mohammedan players suggested perhaps the value of his wicket. Was looking ominous and for a fact everyone knew in the stadium if he had stayed DOHs would have walked out with the honours.

Verdict: Wait for him to be a complete allrounder. There is just no place for him in the team right now. Sakib or Farhad is a better option than him.

Ok after the hits, the misses.....

bowler: Dollar (I like his action but he hardly has any pace or bounce and do they really call him an all rounder?)
Rajon: Nothing really to say about him
Mehrab: Was ok, nothing great
Hasibul: I hate to say this, but if he had continued bowling DOHs would have won from the higest scorer as Extras
Habibul: Better luck next time with batting.

sadi
December 30, 2006, 05:26 AM
Just wanted to add some info about Imtiaz. He played for Agrani bank last year and had the highest average in the team. He is originally from Sylhet. His father comes all the way from Sylhet every time he plays. Last year, he used to take the night train to come and see him play and leave after the game. He really want his son to be successful in cricket and play for the national team. He is Imtiaz's biggest motivation. Now how do I know this? My dad used to manage Agrani bank team last year and I heard it from him. So source is somewhat reliable. :)

arafath79
December 30, 2006, 05:24 PM
Watched the whole match live. Once Junaid, Imtiaz, and Nadif makes an entry into our national team, our era of competetiveness in the cricketing world shall commence, and hopefully these younger generation of players will usher us to a palmy future.
Yes, I agree with you.

RazabQ
December 30, 2006, 05:36 PM
. His father comes all the way from Sylhet every time he plays. Last year, he used to take the night train to come and see him play and leave after the game. He really want his son to be successful in cricket and play for the national team.What a contrast to the past. My parents threatened tajjo and what not if I didn't drop cricket and focus on my A-levels. This _after_ I made the cut on an youth pacer hunt organized by BCCB (as it was known back then). Oh well, prolly a good thing. I didn't get any taller and these new kids are waaaaaay more athletic.

sadi
December 30, 2006, 08:21 PM
What a contrast to the past. My parents threatened tajjo and what not if I didn't drop cricket and focus on my A-levels. This _after_ I made the cut on an youth pacer hunt organized by BCCB (as it was known back then). Oh well, prolly a good thing. I didn't get any taller and these new kids are waaaaaay more athletic.

Yeah another example is Shahriar Nafees. Nowadays, its something to be proud of. Same thing happened with me. My parents wouldn't let me and I didn't have the guts to rebel. :p

pagol-chagol
January 1, 2007, 12:56 PM
Nannu, Akram and Faruq are elated about the new prospects, and they basically said that the current batsmen are about to get some tough competitions. Faruq said that these kids need to keep performing like this, and showing flashes in just one tournament isn't enough to be at the top level. Nannu looked very excited. source: ntv news.

zia
January 1, 2007, 01:50 PM
If you have a TV card then hook your dvr with the input of the tv card and then import your video...

On the match r u saying he is son of BULBUL the coach now and use to be the middle order batsman and got the 2nd highest debu score in the history?? or this is another bulbul?

Thanks for the tip. No, I am not talking about Aminul Islam Bulbul. He is a different guy and used to play for MSC long time back.

zia
January 1, 2007, 01:56 PM
Sorry, pal (Pagol-chagol and Kalpurush) and I could not figure out how to transfer from DVR. I got a reply about how to do it but it was not detailed enough. Can any one give me detail about how to download from DVR to PC? Help is needed and I will really appreciate it a lot.

BangladeshFan
January 1, 2007, 03:33 PM
if u got a dvd drive in your pc, use some dvd ripper software. not sure of the tv card line in thing though...

pagol-chagol
January 1, 2007, 10:22 PM
Sorry, pal (Pagol-chagol and Kalpurush) and I could not figure out how to transfer from DVR. I got a reply about how to do it but it was not detailed enough. Can any one give me detail about how to download from DVR to PC? Help is needed and I will really appreciate it a lot.

Thanks Zia for trying. Do you think you could record it to a DVD disk or even video tape, and then mail it to one of our tech gurus here?

zia
January 2, 2007, 04:17 PM
That's what I am trying to do. I searched the whole web but no one could answer me. I am still working on it. Lets hope for the best.

Omio
January 2, 2007, 04:22 PM
Ahhra, ekhono highlights na pelam na,
very afsos..

akabir77
January 2, 2007, 04:43 PM
That's what I am trying to do. I searched the whole web but no one could answer me. I am still working on it. Lets hope for the best.

Zia Bro do u have a tv card? if yes half of your problem is gone.

Else do u have DV camcoder? if yes then try the out put jack from dvr to input jack of the cam coder and record that to your dv cassette then there r converters to import that to your computer or digital version... MOst local library's carry the converter in the lab. so just take your cam corder and hook it up and down load it to the pc. use a dvd to write it and then...
but then again if you have a tv card i think a lot of things will be solved.