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Fahim
July 9, 2007, 10:06 AM
... that mostly, whenever he hits a boundary, in the next delivery, he comes out of his crease to try to hit it for a 6.

although this (most probably) a good sign, he needs to watch out because if the bowlers know about this, then they will obviously deliver a yorker if they are hit for a 4 by tamim.

have u guys noticed this? sorry, i cnt find any videos on this.

Baundule
July 9, 2007, 10:33 AM
no problem. Tamim will make a full toss out of the yorker and will hit a SIX. But I am more worried about what he will go for next? Not every form of cricket support taking 8 runs off a delivery.

SS
July 9, 2007, 10:36 AM
Numerous discussion in previous threads about this behavior of Tamim..please search the existing threads...

mali007
July 9, 2007, 10:40 AM
For upcoming twenty20 you need this type of batting.

WarWolf
July 9, 2007, 10:59 AM
no problem. Tamim will make a full toss out of the yorker and will hit a SIX. But I am more worried about what he will go for next? Not every form of cricket support taking 8 runs off a delivery.
:lol::lol::lol:
We may request ICC for a new type of scoring shot.

Dhruvo
July 9, 2007, 04:15 PM
... that mostly, whenever he hits a boundary, in the next delivery, he comes out of his crease to try to hit it for a 6.

although this (most probably) a good sign, he needs to watch out because if the bowlers know about this, then they will obviously deliver a yorker if they are hit for a 4 by tamim.

have u guys noticed this? sorry, i cnt find any videos on this.

Well tamim is talented but he is too agressive for this his SR is only 65.

Fazal
July 9, 2007, 05:00 PM
... that mostly, whenever he hits a boundary, in the next delivery, he comes out of his crease to try to hit it for a 6.


that is his first problem....

The 2nd problem is:

... and when he tried to hit for 6 .... he need to hit much harder... otherwise he will continue to give loppa catches

Omio
July 9, 2007, 07:51 PM
Lets see what he will do this series,
I m waiting for a good fight between Tamim and Malinga.

Tokyobreeze
July 9, 2007, 08:40 PM
Aggression coupled with intelligent shot selection only can bring a steady performance. Otherwise, Tamim will end up becoming 'quick-fire 30-40 Aftab'. I like the fire in the kid and want him to play sensibly and prolong his innings. God knows we need it more than anything.

cricket_king
July 9, 2007, 09:41 PM
Tamim's charging is quite entertaining - especially when he connects. He really should be an essential part of the Bangladesh team but the problem is he's an idiot. Just after one big hit he charges after a another one. Why not look for a single? But for the people who think he's going to be another aftab, that's not gonna happen. He can block and play spin quite well.

Nevertheless, both tamim and aftab are essential members of our ODI team and should also be essential members of our test team. Aggressive players are generally the better players. They just need to learn to defend once in a while, or take a single.

rah
July 10, 2007, 10:51 AM
Tamim's charging is quite entertaining - especially when he connects. He really should be an essential part of the Bangladesh team but the problem is he's an idiot. Just after one big hit he charges after a another one. Why not look for a single? But for the people who think he's going to be another aftab, that's not gonna happen. He can block and play spin quite well.

Nevertheless, both tamim and aftab are essential members of our ODI team and should also be essential members of our test team. Aggressive players are generally the better players. They just need to learn to defend once in a while, or take a single.

he is a born entertaina

Nafis_BD
July 10, 2007, 10:53 AM
I did notice it and weren't some people discussing that in some other thread??

damalChele
July 10, 2007, 04:06 PM
it's all part of the plan. he tries to unsettle the bowler. when he charges down the pitch few times, the wicket keeper comes forward. a fast bowler is not so much used to bowling at fast speed while the keeper is just behind the stumps. it effects the bowler's natural rhythm some way or the other. the bowler for start can't bowl bouncer. every now and then he will no doubt deliver a few bad deliveries and thats when tamim pounces on them and make them disappear out of the ground.

tamin the man with the plan.

sadi
July 10, 2007, 07:38 PM
it's all part of the plan. he tries to unsettle the bowler. when he charges down the pitch few times, the wicket keeper comes forward. a fast bowler is not so much used to bowling at fast speed while the keeper is just behind the stumps. it effects the bowler's natural rhythm some way or the other. the bowler for start can't bowl bouncer. every now and then he will no doubt deliver a few bad deliveries and thats when tamim pounces on them and make them disappear out of the ground.

tamin the man with the plan.

I am sure he doesn't think that far. He just loves to come down the wicket and have a swing at it. :)

cricket_king
July 10, 2007, 08:51 PM
I am sure he doesn't think that far. He just loves to come down the wicket and have a swing at it. :)

May be the case......but awesome to watch though :smug:

Ganguly da
July 10, 2007, 08:53 PM
I have another question....is Tamim ready for Tests? or does he have enough patience to play tests? being yound or old is not a factor here as we have seen Mushfiq perform last test..

Scorpions
July 10, 2007, 09:43 PM
the reason tamim excluded from the test matches cause he's too aggressive, he doesn't have enough patience etc. etc. and i used to agree with all these...but we could take him instead of bashar atleast. i'm sure lot of poeple already asked this question...but can someone again please explain me the actual reason for bashar instead of tamim? i just think bashar can be replaced by any bangladesh A team or a First class division player.

rah
July 11, 2007, 01:20 PM
I am sure he doesn't think that far. He just loves to come down the wicket and have a swing at it. :)

lool innit though he jus swings dat bat HARD

Lord AK
July 12, 2007, 01:12 AM
Who cares if he gets out or not! It''s good to see at least someone hitting the ball unlike other fellow Bangladeshi Cricket Players. Like rah bhaiya says 'he is a born entertainer'.

Sovik
July 12, 2007, 04:47 AM
i know one thing about him, he can hit the ball harder than any other bangladeshi batsman

cricket_king
July 12, 2007, 10:05 PM
Quote One: "Tamim's not ready for tests"

Quote Two: "Tamim's too aggressive"

Quote Three: "Tamim does not have the patience to play test cricket"

Interesting quotes considering our dismal test record. I would like to ask the people who agree with these quotes three follow-up questions:

Question One: How many players in the Bangladesh cricket team are ready for test cricket?

Question Two: How many players in the Bangladesh cricket team have the defensive mind-set to play test cricket?

Question Three: How many players in our cricket team have the patience to play test cricket?

Scorpions
July 12, 2007, 10:16 PM
Interesting quotes considering our dismal test record. I would like to ask the people who agree with these quotes three follow-up questions:

Question One: How many players in the Bangladesh cricket team are ready for test cricket?

Question Two: How many players in the Bangladesh cricket team have the defensive mind-set to play test cricket?

Question Three: How many players in our cricket team have the patience to play test cricket?

AMEN

scoilaheez
July 12, 2007, 11:14 PM
Tamim is a great talent but he feels too much pressure to score quickly as he is usually batting with Javed Omar. When he is not madly charging down the wicket, he looks like a proper test batsmen capable of scoting all around the ground.

desirocker
March 19, 2008, 04:21 AM
... that mostly, whenever he hits a boundary, in the next delivery, he comes out of his crease to try to hit it for a 6.

although this (most probably) a good sign, he needs to watch out because if the bowlers know about this, then they will obviously deliver a yorker if they are hit for a 4 by tamim.

have u guys noticed this? sorry, i cnt find any videos on this.

yes i noticed it too. abd sometimes he gets out after hitting a boundary.

like it just happened...
25.4 McCallan to Tamim Iqbal, SIX, wonderful shot, picks it up nicely and swings it over the midwicket fence.
25.5 McCallan to Tamim Iqbal, OUT, once again goes for the similar shot, this time picks out the fielder Kevin O'Brien at deep-midwicket, who takes the catch.

U-17, 1999
March 19, 2008, 06:06 AM
Tamim is a great talent but he feels too much pressure to score quickly as he is usually batting with Javed Omar. When he is not madly charging down the wicket, he looks like a proper test batsmen capable of scoting all around the ground.

bhai apni chatgayia ??
tamim is a peace of crap now
give him 2 years out of team to work hard, may be he will become something

Shehwar
March 19, 2008, 06:10 AM
Interesting quotes considering our dismal test record. I would like to ask the people who agree with these quotes three follow-up questions:

Question One: How many players in the Bangladesh cricket team are ready for test cricket?

Question Two: How many players in the Bangladesh cricket team have the defensive mind-set to play test cricket?

Question Three: How many players in our cricket team have the patience to play test cricket?

Answer One: Javed Omar Belim

Answer Two: Javed Omar Belim

Answer Three: Javed Omar Belim

Having said that...I dont really agree with those quotes...just wanted to answer ur questions...I have no problems with Tamim in the test side....He wud probably do better than a lot of guys out there who at the end of the day are not doing much of a job anyways....Tamim's aggressive approach might be what we need....Remember Afridi when he started off test cricket.....now a days he doesnt make the team...but for me he is a good test player.....Sehwag comes to mind......I think Tamim can be a success story..

zainab
March 19, 2008, 06:33 AM
Tamim only knows one way to play, but since Siddons has taken over, he has shown improvement, but still loves to dance down the wicket. Compare his performance now to last September, then see how much he has steadied himself. I think that he is a determined young guy, and do not want the same fate as his brother. He even got his Test cap, and that is an achievement after nearly being written off.

Also now, we are seeing that there are more players who can play in the National team but have to wait their turn, so the end result is that the players who are in the team have to perform to keep their place.
This is very good for BD cricket now the guys have to stop fooling around and no place is automatically handed on a platter, it will be based on performance e.g following Australia pattern, and JSiddons has a lot o do with this.

BANFAN
March 19, 2008, 07:24 AM
no problem. Tamim will make a full toss out of the yorker and will hit a SIX. But I am more worried about what he will go for next? Not every form of cricket support taking 8 runs off a delivery.

This is also an instinct of a fast bowler to ball either a yorker or bouncer after he is hit for a boundary. More often it is a yorker in a dead pitch and a bouncer in a sporty pitch/bouncy pitch.

Tamim just premeditates a yorker and steps out and you are right, he exactly wants to make it a full toss to hit over the bowler.

But this premeditation is risky, many bowlers can make huge adjustments these days at the last moment, then he simply gets out in ugly way. He must learn to keep cool. I think he will learn; ealier is better for him.

Fahim
March 19, 2008, 09:07 AM
woah!, that was one hell of a bump from my thread!

mali007
March 19, 2008, 09:25 AM
Tamim should play like he played the 1st ODI against SA.