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Miraz
April 22, 2007, 06:00 PM
Here's a mini review of Bangladesh world cup mission in numbers, inspired by S Rajesh :)


5 : The winning margin in wickets against India at group stage match in Trinidad

216 : Runs scored by Mohammad Ashraful and the new record for most runs made by a Bangladeshi batsman in world cup.

28 : Number of wickets taken by the spin trio of Bangladesh

5.16 : Average of Shahriar Nafees in world cup. He managed to score 29 runs in 6 innings.

3.85 : Bowling economy of Syed Rasel. He took 8 wickets at an average of 29.85

67 : The winning margin in runs against South Africa at super eights match in Guayana

318 : Highest run scored against Bangladeshi bowling line up. Sri Lanka piled 318-4 in the group stage match.

13 : Number of wickets taken by Abdur Razzak and is the new record for most wickets by a Bangladeshi bowler in world cup.

84.76 : Strike rate of Aftab Ahmed. He scored 128 runs with an average of 14.22

25 : Number of boundaries hit by Tamim Iqbal, only Ashraful hit more boundaries (27) than him.

39.00 : Strike rate of Javed Omar Belim in this world cup. He scored 55 runs in his 3 innings.

112 : Lowest total by Bangladesh in world cup 2007 (against Sri Lanka)

3 : Number of 6's hit by 3 Bangladeshi batsman (Sakib, Aftab, Mashrafee)

87 : Highest individual score by any Bangladeshi batsman in world cup. Ashraful scored match winning 87 against South Africa

4-38 : Best bowling by any Bangladeshi bowler in world cup. Mashrafe Mortaza took 4-38 against crucial group match against India.

56* : Highest score in world cup debut by any Bangladeshi batsman. Mushfiqur Rahim remained unbeaten on 56 to guide Bangladesh home against India.

9 : Number of matches Bangladesh played in world cup 2007

156.25 : Strike rate of Mashrafe Mortaza in his little cameo (25 off 16 balls) against South Africa

46 : Number of opposition wickets taken by Bangladeshi bowlers.

251 : Highest total made by Bangladesh in any world cup matches (against South Africa)

84 : Highest partnership made by Bangladeshi batsmen in this world cup. Sakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim shared a 4th wicket 84 run stand against India.

6 : Number of catches taken by Aftab Ahmed and Tamim Iqbal

86 : Most runs conceded by a Bangladeshi bowler in his 10 over spell in this world cup. Abdur Razzak bagged 1 wickets for 86 runs against Sri Lanka

2.20 : Ecoonomy rate of Mohammad Rafique against South Africa. It is a new record of best economy rate in a 10 over spell by any Bangladeshi bowler in a world cup match.

al Furqaan
April 22, 2007, 06:41 PM
that last one might be for WCs only:

rafiq gave up 14 runs off 10 overs last year against OZ

Miraz
April 22, 2007, 06:43 PM
that last one might be for WCs only:

rafiq gave up 14 runs off 10 overs last year against OZ

I meant World Cup.

Post edited. :)

Kabir
April 22, 2007, 07:03 PM
6 : Number of catches taken by Aftab Ahmed and Tamim Iqbal

It's sad how Aftab got stuck at 6 right at the beginning of Super 8s. May be our bowling wasnt up to the mark after the first round, except for SA match? Tamim's one's good coz this guy is a great fielder. He's one of those under-appreciated fielders of our side.

ialbd
April 22, 2007, 09:28 PM
good one Miraz bhai, good read...

tanvir_nus
April 22, 2007, 11:32 PM
Here's a mini review of Bangladesh world cup mission in numbers, inspired by S Rajesh :)


5 : The winning margin in wickets against India at group stage match in Trinidad

216 : Runs scored by Mohammad Ashraful and the new record for most runs made by a Bangladeshi batsman in world cup.

28 : Number of wickets taken by the spin trio of Bangladesh

5.16 : Average of Shahriar Nafees in world cup. He managed to score 29 runs in 6 innings.

3.85 : Bowling economy of Syed Rasel. He took 8 wickets at an average of 29.85

67 : The winning margin in runs against South Africa at super eights match in Guayana

318 : Highest run scored against Bangladeshi bowling line up. Sri Lanka piled 318-4 in the group stage match.

13 : Number of wickets taken by Abdur Razzak and is the new record for most wickets by a Bangladeshi bowler in world cup.

84.76 : Strike rate of Aftab Ahmed. He scored 128 runs with an average of 14.22

25 : Number of boundaries hit by Tamim Iqbal, only Ashraful hit more boundaries (27) than him.

39.00 : Strike rate of Javed Omar Belim in this world cup. He scored 55 runs in his 3 innings.

112 : Lowest total by Bangladesh in world cup 2007 (against Sri Lanka)

3 : Number of 6's hit by 3 Bangladeshi batsman (Sakib, Aftab, Mashrafee)

87 : Highest individual score by any Bangladeshi batsman in world cup. Ashraful scored match winning 87 against South Africa

4-38 : Best bowling by any Bangladeshi bowler in world cup. Mashrafe Mortaza took 4-38 against crucial group match against India.

56* : Highest score in world cup debut by any Bangladeshi batsman. Mushfiqur Rahim remained unbeaten on 56 to guide Bangladesh home against India.

9 : Number of matches Bangladesh played in world cup 2007

156.25 : Strike rate of Mashrafe Mortaza in his little cameo (25 off 16 balls) against South Africa

46 : Number of opposition wickets taken by Bangladeshi bowlers.

251 : Highest total made by Bangladesh in any world cup matches (against South Africa)

84 : Highest partnership made by Bangladeshi batsmen in this world cup. Sakib Al Hasan and Mohammad Ashraful shared a 4th wicket 84 run stand against South Africa

6 : Number of catches taken by Aftab Ahmed and Tamim Iqbal

86 : Most runs conceded by a Bangladeshi bowler in his 10 over spell in this world cup. Abdur Razzak bagged 1 wickets for 86 runs against Sri Lanka

2.20 : Ecoonomy rate of Mohammad Rafique against South Africa. It is a new record of best economy rate in a 10 over spell by any Bangladeshi bowler in a world cup match.

Do you mean in the world cup or overall? coz I know more scores of that against us :p

jabbar
April 22, 2007, 11:53 PM
Do you mean in the world cup or overall? coz I know more scores of that against us :p

Read the thread title man. :head:

Kabir
April 22, 2007, 11:59 PM
Do you mean in the world cup or overall? coz I know more scores of that against us :p

I know a lot of members do this, but just a request. Can you not quote the WHOLE thing and just write a one liner? It's quite memory inefficient to the database, unpleasant to the eye, and disturbing to the brain. And the request goes to all members.

You know, it's easier to just addressing the member who you're asking the question, or quoting only part of the msg than the whole thing!

Tintin
April 23, 2007, 12:19 AM
2 : Number of Test teams that Bangladesh defeated, which is two more than what Pakistan managed in the last two World Cups.

al Furqaan
April 23, 2007, 12:20 AM
2 : Number of Test teams that Bangladesh defeated, which is two more than what Pakistan managed in the last two World Cups.

hehe...man they need to worry about getting their test status revoked, lol

fai_hasan
April 23, 2007, 01:56 PM
wow. eto dekhi pura punkha nu punkho analysis. well done.

Nafi
April 23, 2007, 02:31 PM
3 : Number of 6's hit by 3 Bangladeshi batsman (Sakib, Aftab, Mashrafee

That is very wrong.

Aftab alone hit more than half a dozen sixes in this world cup

BangladeshCricket
April 23, 2007, 02:55 PM
Aftab alone hit more than half a dozen sixes in this world cup

And t hat's sum it up all that sixes don't win matches but singles do...most of our batters lack the ability to take singles effectively in middle overs except Sakib.

Beamer
April 23, 2007, 02:55 PM
0 : The IQ of Habibul Bashar.

Miraz
April 23, 2007, 03:18 PM
That is very wrong.

Aftab alone hit more than half a dozen sixes in this world cup

Hmm... probably in your dreams ... sweet deams.............:D

check the record...

Most sixes
ICC World Cup, 2006/07 - Bangladesh
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tonoy
April 23, 2007, 05:01 PM
The highest partnership was between aftab and ash not saqib and ash. saqib was out cheaply against SA. Also the partnership between saqib and mush was quite good.

Miraz
April 23, 2007, 05:21 PM
The highest partnership was between aftab and ash not saqib and ash. saqib was out cheaply against SA. Also the partnership between saqib and mush was quite good.

That's a genuine correction.

It's 84 against India by Sakib and Mushfiq.

Thanks

Duck
April 23, 2007, 07:03 PM
There should also be record for fielding:
Boundaries saved
Catch dropped
Run out missed
2/more runs given in place of 1
and so on

zahid
April 24, 2007, 06:16 PM
Nice compilation.

Tigers_eye
April 25, 2007, 04:00 PM
Partnership of 50+
In 9 games we only managed 5. grrrr!!!

Whereas, in 9 matches Aus got 22, SL 15, NZ 19, WI 14, SA 16, Eng 16.
In 3 games Pak and India got 4.

For any ODI success, the batting partnership is crucial. We are not there yet.

Tendulkar_Mcgrath
April 29, 2007, 12:19 AM
we have gained a lot, we lost a lil bit. overall nice journey.

Kabir
April 29, 2007, 12:39 AM
Partnership of 50+
In 9 games we only managed 5. grrrr!!!

Whereas, in 9 matches Aus got 22, SL 15, NZ 19, WI 14, SA 16, Eng 16.
In 3 games Pak and India got 4.

For any ODI success, the batting partnership is crucial. We are not there yet.

That's some serious observation. Wow! Don't know if anyone will disagree with anything you said.

Our success is still at a very early stage. We really have a long long way to go. But I'm happy with the success we've had so far...nai mama theke kana mama bhalo :)