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pagol-chagol
April 19, 2007, 03:13 PM
We needed to score 65 runs while chasing their 230 to secure the 7th spot. That's $50,000 more than the 8th spot. Silver lining on a gloomy day.

Tigers_eye
April 19, 2007, 03:17 PM
Before traveling to WI if someone would have said that to me I would give him a bear hug.

Well done Tigers. Thank you Lions. Long live WI.

sar2005
April 19, 2007, 03:38 PM
Thanks for the calculation P_C .
I agree with Tiger_eye completely. Yes, who would know we will be 7th before starting the world cup. While we have many things to take from this WC, I strongly believe we look for our new captain now.

Thank you Bashar for you captaincy and taking us to 7th spot on WC. Now would you please open the door for the future?


Of course, CONTRATULATIONS TO Bangladesh team and congratulations to BC!

Baundule
April 19, 2007, 03:45 PM
No matter what the result is, with an exception of the 5 bowlers, these players are all morons. Except the India match, they have batted horribly every time. I have no praise for them. All credit goes to SL and IRE formaking us 7th.

Shehwar
April 19, 2007, 03:51 PM
Welldone Bengal Tigers... We are proud of you.... We will take the 7th spot gladly and Insh'Allh improve on it in the next World Cup which will be held in our territory!

sar2005
April 19, 2007, 03:53 PM
Pagol_chagol, the commentators are saying that we need to score near 200 to get 7th place :-/ :(
Man I thought you are our run rate calculation expert!!

Russell2k7
April 19, 2007, 04:00 PM
Plus $20,000 for wining two group matches.

Imtiazk
April 19, 2007, 04:03 PM
Pagol_chagol, the commentators are saying that we need to score near 200 to get 7th place :-/ :(
Man I thought you are our run rate calculation expert!!

The commentators are wrong !

We finished on -1.514

fan_frm_the_uk
April 19, 2007, 04:04 PM
just checked on cricinfo. we secured the 7th place
http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/wc2007/content/current/site/wc/points.html

Tigers_eye
April 19, 2007, 04:05 PM
Pagol_chagol, the commentators are saying that we need to score near 200 to get 7th place :-/ :(
Man I thought you are our run rate calculation expert!!
Don't doubt him. I have learned my lesson the hard way.
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Protic
April 19, 2007, 04:05 PM
Tony Cozier said we needed to score 200 runs.. he's a cricket analyst not a mathematician!! :D we secured the 7th spot.. I mean after the england,ireland defeat..i wanted our players to atleast have a good amount of money!!
Well done..

TheWatcher
April 19, 2007, 04:06 PM
Once again, thanks boys.

And Bashar, you have done well in holding the team back :down:

pagol-chagol
April 19, 2007, 04:12 PM
Pagol_chagol, the commentators are saying that we need to score near 200 to get 7th place :-/ :(
Man I thought you are our run rate calculation expert!!

The commentators don't know what they are talking about.

sar2005
April 19, 2007, 04:18 PM
The commentators don't know what they are talking about.

:D I knew you were correct and that's why the I'm the second person in this thread to post. Congrates Mate :-*

There were few bad moments but we will take it. We can surely plan for something special in 2011.

fai_hasan
April 19, 2007, 04:21 PM
ektur jonno baicha gesi. arektu hole $50k loss hoito. kaner pash diya guli gelo.

Nocturnal
April 19, 2007, 04:22 PM
Well done tigers. 7th is good.

BANTigress
April 19, 2007, 04:24 PM
Well done tigers.........luv uuuuuuuuuuuu

abdulw11
April 19, 2007, 04:54 PM
Hope they put the money to good use.

Well done, Tigers, you deserve it.

ialbd
April 19, 2007, 04:57 PM
good money... well done tigers...

desirocker
April 19, 2007, 05:09 PM
Thanks for the calculation P_C .
I agree with Tiger_eye completely. Yes, who would know we will be 7th before starting the world cup. While we have many things to take from this WC, I strongly believe we look for our new captain now.

Thank you Bashar for you captaincy and taking us to 7th spot on WC. Now would you please open the door for the future?


Of course, CONTRATULATIONS TO Bangladesh team and congratulations to BC!

Very well said Sar2005. Yes I completely agree u and tiger-i. Who would have thought that we we could make to 7.... And let our loses be great lessons for us what we can use in near future.. I'd like to congratulate Bangladesh team for making us proud. Also I'd like to thank all you BC membars for making BC (the best Website based on Bangladeshi Cricket) a wonderful and useful site. Thanks for bringing the WC joys to us.:flag: :flag: :flag: :flag:

AsifTheManRahman
April 19, 2007, 05:25 PM
yeshhh...we won the extra 50 grand!

BD Tigers
April 19, 2007, 06:45 PM
i want to know whether BD team will give us (banglacricket.com) some money since we supported them so much???? just kdding..good job and eat yr fruit now.

Zobair
April 19, 2007, 07:03 PM
7th out of 16 teams in the competition. 'nough said!

knightrider357
April 19, 2007, 07:48 PM
well done tigers... put the money in good use...
build some bouncy pitches in BDesh... and get used to the condition... otherwise we will never improve

voodoo_dreams
April 19, 2007, 07:50 PM
yee.. so that's what's up eh?

akabir77
April 19, 2007, 08:30 PM
I guess we need to sand a thank you package to SL team...

Hope they get the WC.

Go SL Go
Go BD Go

cricket_pagol
April 19, 2007, 09:29 PM
The commentators don't know what they are talking about.

I guess this is the best part about following the match thread at BC... I knew 65 runs is good enough for to reach 7th place, but the commentators did not know until the of the game.

Cricinfo posted this at the 20 over mark
Jonathan Smith: "For all the Irish fans out there, thought you might like to know that if Bangladesh are all out for 62 then their net run rate will be -1.731, thus leaving Ireland in 7th place overall. If they make atleast 63 their net run rate will be atleast -1.728 thus pushing Ireland into 8th place."

Tehsin
April 19, 2007, 10:58 PM
We made $100K from the Super 8s and a little extra from the group matches. I wish I could be happy. I can't. Can you believe the ASHPORDHA of our players? Amader pasher deshtaar cricket board er 2 million dollar er shopno amra noshto kore dilam. Ei chintaai aajke raat e amar ghum hobena.

Tobey ekta kotha thik. Kumble'r ektu aapsos chilo je amader desh er tour ta or bishraam er khoti korbe. Bhaggo bhalo Masri r bakira or ei aapsos ta thakte dilona. Ora onek onek rest niye taarpor amader deshe beratey aashche. Ei na holey host ? :)


----- All things considered, specially with our pre WC goal, we have had a fantastic WC. Batting needs consistency. Hopefully the WC experience would bring about that consistency for future tours.

Kabir
April 19, 2007, 11:09 PM
Okay, I ended up being double-minded. Here are the two me that worked.

Me before WC started: Oh well, reached super 8s, won against SA, what the heck...it's been a SUPERB WC for us. And that $100,000? Tell me 'bout it.

Me after beating SA & India: Heck, if we can do that, we should beat Ireland, West Indies, and England. A semis is quite possible. Damn...then finals? :eek: But no, didn't happen that way. It's been pathetically bad for the team in terms of batting performance...we should've been able to win these matches. So no, not successful enough, even though we're getting $100,000.

So I don't know which one to go for. I would probably go for the first me, coz that way I can chill a bit. But sooner or later, we should all think of second me.

CricFanBD
April 19, 2007, 11:21 PM
In my opinion, 50,000 dollar is extra money...it is actually a gift from Sri Lanka and Ireland...Our players deserve no. 8 position...not no. 7...it is really bitter but it is truth...ask your mind...u will get the answer.

al Furqaan
April 20, 2007, 12:06 AM
In my opinion, 50,000 dollar is extra money...it is actually a gift from Sri Lanka and Ireland...Our players deserve no. 8 position...not no. 7...it is really bitter but it is truth...ask your mind...u will get the answer.

ireland beat us...and we beat south africa...

we beat a much stronger team (lets not kid ourselves)...we deserved 7th and would have been unlucky to not get it...

CricFanBD
April 20, 2007, 12:22 AM
ireland beat us...and we beat south africa...

we beat a much stronger team (lets not kid ourselves)...we deserved 7th and would have been unlucky to not get it...
Plz don't consider just one or two games...in maximum games we failed to impress anyone...our batting is really poor. Bowling is very good and Fielding is not so bad...but we need to take sharp catches in slips and direct hit the stamp for runout.

Ahmed_B
April 20, 2007, 12:44 AM
With a little bit of extra effort... BD could have easily finished 6th or even 5th. But still it is the best WC performance in BD cricket history! Congrats to them for that. :)

series
April 20, 2007, 01:46 AM
Its all because of bouncy pitches that bangladesh couldn't go to the semis.

amethyst
April 20, 2007, 01:53 AM
Its all because of bouncy pitches that bangladesh couldn't go to the semis.

nach te na janle uthon baka... :shh: problem is, amader player ra "nach te" jane, but komor baka kore na every match ey. je match ey kore, shei match ey jete. E-)

$120,000.. mashallah! and 7th place.. hey, im happy! (although we could have done better)

pocha
April 20, 2007, 01:58 AM
Okay, I ended up being double-minded. Here are the two me that worked.

Me before WC started: Oh well, reached super 8s, won against SA, what the heck...it's been a SUPERB WC for us. And that $100,000? Tell me 'bout it.

Me after beating SA & India: Heck, if we can do that, we should beat Ireland, West Indies, and England. A semis is quite possible. Damn...then finals? :eek: But no, didn't happen that way. It's been pathetically bad for the team in terms of batting performance...we should've been able to win these matches. So no, not successful enough, even though we're getting $100,000.

So I don't know which one to go for. I would probably go for the first me, coz that way I can chill a bit. But sooner or later, we should all think of second me.

Very well said kabir bhai..I started being the second me after the SA match and then got the shock. Now my only solace is to go back to the first me and be happy. I guess everybody somehow dont want to think about the second me becoz it is more painful and who wants pain..not me :)...do you ?

Nocturnal
April 20, 2007, 02:01 AM
Very well said kabir bhai..I started being the second me after the SA match and then got the shock. Now my only solace is to go back to the first me and be happy. I guess everybody somehow dont want to think about the second me becoz it is more painful and who wants pain..not me :)...do you ?

True.

pagol-chagol
April 20, 2007, 09:26 AM
Okay, I ended up being double-minded. Here are the two me that worked.

Me before WC started: Oh well, reached super 8s, won against SA, what the heck...it's been a SUPERB WC for us. And that $100,000? Tell me 'bout it.

Me after beating SA & India: Heck, if we can do that, we should beat Ireland, West Indies, and England. A semis is quite possible. Damn...then finals? :eek: But no, didn't happen that way. It's been pathetically bad for the team in terms of batting performance...we should've been able to win these matches. So no, not successful enough, even though we're getting $100,000.

So I don't know which one to go for. I would probably go for the first me, coz that way I can chill a bit. But sooner or later, we should all think of second me.

Your first me is thinking about our amazing bowlers, and your second me is angry at our amazingly inept batsmen. You are not confused. You are just mixing the **** with the Biryani. Our bowlers can beat England/WI/Ireland most of the time. Our batsmen are still far far inferior. Reminds me of a poll here last month, where the question was "Who is our most over rated batsmen", and I didn't vote and wrote there should be an option for "All of the above". Our batsmen have no class. Period.

Kabir
April 20, 2007, 09:39 AM
Your first me is thinking about our amazing bowlers, and your second me is angry at our amazingly inept batsmen. You are not confused. You are just mixing the **** with the Biryani. Our bowlers can beat England/WI/Ireland most of the time. Our batsmen are still far far inferior. Reminds me of a poll here last month, where the question was "Who is our most over rated batsmen", and I didn't vote and wrote there should be an option for "All of the above". Our batsmen have no class. Period.

My both me's were thinking about the team as a whole, and didn't consider the class-less batsmen we have. Yes, agreed that our batsmen have no class. It's funny that we consider Rafiq and Razzak to be able to bat. I wonder what's the criteria for that? Being able to hold the bat? May be. Coz the same players if you put in the Australian team, they will be considered as specialist bowlers only, and the team wouldn't rely on their batting performance like we SOMETIMES do.

The problem with our batsmen is that, they have the skills, but not the brain that can help them use the skills appropriately. Sad, but true.

Tigers_eye
April 20, 2007, 09:45 AM
In my opinion, 50,000 dollar is extra money...it is actually a gift from Sri Lanka and Ireland...Our players deserve no. 8 position...not no. 7...it is really bitter but it is truth...ask your mind...u will get the answer.
As if they didn't earn it? You think SA game never happened? Pinch yourself. They go back to the scorecards of that game. We won that game and we deserve what we got.

The rules are set before the tournament. Each team earned what they deserved. India $10,000 (not mentioning the loss their sponser companies endured, that would put them in to negatives millions). BD $120,000. Ireland $65,000. :)

When you are money hungry and arrogant you deserve a backlash like this to put some senses in to you. However, I doubt this would teach BCCI any lesson. So more humiliation is waiting.

The truth is in ODIs we are still 9th not 8th as you said. But for this WC we are 7th. great performance boys.

mhj007
April 20, 2007, 10:32 AM
we have earned 1,60,000$ to be precise...we played 9 matches...10,000$ for a win.5,000$ for losing.
we have won 3,so- 10,000 x 3=30,000
we have lost 6,so- 5,000 x 6=30,000
we are 7th,so- =1,00,000
GRAND TOTAL=1,60,000

Junior

bharat
April 20, 2007, 04:17 PM
.

The rules are set before the tournament. Each team earned what they deserved. India $10,000 (not mentioning the loss their sponser companies endured, that would put them in to negatives millions). BD $120,000. Ireland $65,000. :)

When you are money hungry and arrogant you deserve a backlash like this to put some senses in to you. However, I doubt this would teach BCCI any lesson. So more humiliation is waiting.

.

Wrong analysis , India ( as a Nation) does not loose much.The negative millions is for the sponsors and hence Cricket in general, ICC in particular looses money.ICC's 1 million ( this was 2 years back not sure now )program to all the Test playing nations will be in jeapordy (in the long run .. )

If India continues its pathetic form the 86% of the revenues that India contributes will dwindle and so will the coffers of ICC (and ofcourse BCCI).

Stupid as it might sound ...Crickets health is dependent on Inida's (crikets) health.

Time to rope in China ?

cricketboy
April 20, 2007, 04:28 PM
Well done tigers although we must improve our batting in bouncier wickets and learn to pace our innings. !!! :)

sar2005
April 20, 2007, 04:34 PM
Stupid as it might sound ...Crickets health is dependent on Inida's (crikets) health.

Time to rope in China ?

Oo O! We should then help India to build their criket health like Arnold Shewatznger so that cricket get more money.

Note to BD team, do not bat/bowl properly in upcoming serries against India. Try to drop as many catches as possible. We need money in world cricket not BD wins.

gatekeeper
April 20, 2007, 04:40 PM
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You mean to tell me India bankrolls world cricket and hasen't won anything worth noticing after 1983? How does that make you feel?

India must be the most benovalent nation in the world!!!!

gatekeeper
April 20, 2007, 04:42 PM
Wrong analysis , India ( as a Nation) does not loose much.The negative millions is for the sponsors and hence Cricket in general, ICC in particular looses money.ICC's 1 million ( this was 2 years back not sure now )program to all the Test playing nations will be in jeapordy (in the long run .. )

If India continues its pathetic form the 86% of the revenues that India contributes will dwindle and so will the coffers of ICC (and ofcourse BCCI).

Stupid as it might sound ...Crickets health is dependent on Inida's (crikets) health.

Time to rope in China ?

Cricket's health does not depend on any individual nation, no matter how large their contribution to the governing body is. It depend, solely, on the greatness of the game itself.

akabir77
April 20, 2007, 05:04 PM
Wrong analysis , India ( as a Nation) does not loose much.The negative millions is for the sponsors and hence Cricket in general, ICC in particular looses money.ICC's 1 million ( this was 2 years back not sure now )program to all the Test playing nations will be in jeapordy (in the long run .. )

If India continues its pathetic form the 86% of the revenues that India contributes will dwindle and so will the coffers of ICC (and ofcourse BCCI).

Stupid as it might sound ...Crickets health is dependent on Inida's (crikets) health.

Time to rope in China ?

ohh there was no cricket before india started playing ohhh....

allrounder
April 20, 2007, 05:11 PM
Good if India leaves cricket, we will actually enjoy watching real cricketers playing cricket than pepsi drinking models playing cricket.

gatekeeper
April 21, 2007, 12:12 AM
Good if India leaves cricket, we will actually enjoy watching real cricketers playing cricket than pepsi drinking models playing cricket.

That's below the belt. You can say this to the team that bowed out of the WC but Indian cricket as a whole is bigger than that.

Kabir
April 21, 2007, 12:20 AM
Bharat,

You're making India look like the super power of cricket. In reality, it's just part of the power. Your 86% seems like a hyped up value. I wouldn't believe it even if you give me the sources for this. It's just so hyped up that I can claim "air is liquid".

As for your assumption that if there's no India, cricket will die a horrible death, just goes to prove what most Indians think of cricket. If you didn't know, there are 8 other test playing nations in the world, most of them ranked over India, and most of them generating money into the cricket. And the money that comes from India is not from cricket, but the supermodels that India made out of their cricketers. This model is hated by most cricketing nations to say the least.

Ps. There are 8 associates too, who are receiving increased popularity.

Miraz
April 21, 2007, 05:30 AM
I somehow agree with bharat.

India makes a huge impact in the global cricket economy.

It's better if BCCI uses that influence positively and not to show its muscles.

Unfortunately they prefer the later one.

bharat
April 21, 2007, 11:02 AM
Bharat,

You're making India look like the super power of cricket. In reality, it's just part of the power. Your 86% seems like a hyped up value. I wouldn't believe it even if you give me the sources for this. It's just so hyped up that I can claim "air is liquid".

As for your assumption that if there's no India, cricket will die a horrible death, just goes to prove what most Indians think of cricket. If you didn't know, there are 8 other test playing nations in the world, most of them ranked over India, and most of them generating money into the cricket. And the money that comes from India is not from cricket, but the supermodels that India made out of their cricketers. This model is hated by most cricketing nations to say the least.

Ps. There are 8 associates too, who are receiving increased popularity.


Kabir, I did not make the assumption that Cricket would die without India, but was saying that unfortunately the finiancials of the cricketing world are too tied to Indian cricket which is not good for cricket in general.

Its up to other countries to contribute more and make it non-Indian centric.We have 2 countries that are developed among us and its for them to stand up and contribute too ...


Also, I have to say that India (BCCI) has a huge hand in developing cricket around the world, it is only after the middle of the '90's that cricket actually reached around the world (including BD).Had not the money Cricket would have been confined to the snobby clubs of England.

Think about it, apart from non-show with BD (not hosting them) , BCCI has been more than a friend to SA in general and BD in particular.

I cant see Eng or Aussies controlled ICC backing BD in 2000 nor would have let the Subcontinent host the WC this frequently.

akabir77
April 21, 2007, 11:33 AM
And without BD's support Indian could have achieved the so called supper power position. Cause all those votes would go for what AUS/ENG wanted. but BD vote toppled everything and went in favor for sub continent. So don't think India supported bangladesh just for nothing and It shows that they have no other intension other than getting vote from bd either.

bharat
April 21, 2007, 12:33 PM
And without BD's support Indian could have achieved the so called supper power position. Cause all those votes would go for what AUS/ENG wanted. but BD vote toppled everything and went in favor for sub continent. So don't think India supported bangladesh just for nothing and It shows that they have no other intension other than getting vote from bd either.

did I say that?

Kabir
April 21, 2007, 12:36 PM
Kabir, I did not make the assumption that Cricket would die without India, but was saying that unfortunately the finiancials of the cricketing world are too tied to Indian cricket which is not good for cricket in general.

Bharat, aplogies for misreading your post. But I would still argue that the financials of the cricketing world is too tied with Indian cricket. It's true for India, but not true outside India.

Its up to other countries to contribute more and make it non-Indian centric.We have 2 countries that are developed among us and its for them to stand up and contribute too ...


Agreed.

Also, I have to say that India (BCCI) has a huge hand in developing cricket around the world, it is only after the middle of the '90's that cricket actually reached around the world (including BD).Had not the money Cricket would have been confined to the snobby clubs of England.

I agree to some extent. Yes Bangladesh got a hand from India, but we received help from many other countries, including England and Australia. As for England, yes they have their snobby clubs who pay little attention to the outside world, but you gotta understand that it's also a money making machine. They have players from all around the world, including India and Pakistan. They would pick the ones that they think can help them...not who they can help. Bangladesh had a couple of players who played for some county team though, but only a little bit, nothing substantial.

This is one of the reasons too, why I don't think that India has more financial impact in the cricketing world. India's cricket league is huge, but they don't invite foreign players, like English clubs do.

Think about it, apart from non-show with BD (not hosting them) , BCCI has been more than a friend to SA in general and BD in particular.

I would neither agree, nor disagree. Many Indians critiqued Bangladesh's existence as a test nation, and many favored it. I can't quantify this, due to my lack of knowlege here. But I can qualitatively tell you that, there has been a wide range of ideas and critiques.

I cant see Eng or Aussies controlled ICC backing BD in 2000 nor would have let the Subcontinent host the WC this frequently.

I agree that the subcontinent is getting more frequent world cups, and that is mainly because of India's presence in ICC. But, once again, BD got backed up by a great many, and critiqued by a great many. It will be difficult to say which country as a whole supported BD, coz realistically, nobody did. India may have backed up at ICC level, for which we owe you guys one.

And as akabir pointed out, the support went both ways...coz India couldn't have been so high up there without Bangladesh's support either :)

bharat
April 21, 2007, 02:47 PM
And as akabir pointed out, the support went both ways...coz India couldn't have been so high up there without Bangladesh's support either :)

Absolutely, it works both ways, we due to various reasons (historical,religious,geographical...long list) should watch each others back

kaisermatin
April 23, 2007, 08:27 PM
two guys didn't click at all captain and vice captain. and both should be rested from their leadership.

One World
April 23, 2007, 09:41 PM
Now who is getting the big chunk..any idea!