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Miraz
February 20, 2008, 07:48 AM
Under-19 World Cup, 2007-08
Bangladesh U-19 thrash Ireland to reach Quarter Final
20 February 2007
Bangladesh U-19 boys continued their triumph in the ICC U-19 world cup and reached the Quarter Final stage of the tournament with an imposing 8 wicket victory over Ireland at at Bayuemas Oval in Kuala Lumpur today.
Bangladesh overpowered Ireland's paltry 123 in the 23rd over of their innings losing only 2 wickets. Opener Ashraful Hossain led the Bangladesh victory charge with a dazzling 71 off 79 balls with the help of 14 boundaries.
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zainab
February 20, 2008, 08:22 AM
I was just reading the quarter finals schedule and this is the way it looks.

Super LeagueQuarter-finals
24 February: (QF1) A1 v D2, RSC
24 February: (QF2) B1 v C2, KCA
25 February: (QF3) D1 v A2, RSC
25 February: (QF4) C1 v B2, KCA

I guess BD will not face India, even if they do not beat England. Correct me if I am wrong.
India and England are the 2 teams who can do some damage, also the West Indians are showing promise.

Umar
February 20, 2008, 08:43 AM
Its All about the "Mental game" from now on. if our young guns can overcome that then nothing can stop them!

wrong `un
February 20, 2008, 08:51 AM
I was just reading the quarter finals schedule and this is the way it looks.

Super LeagueQuarter-finals
24 February: (QF1) A1 v D2, RSC
24 February: (QF2) B1 v C2, KCA
25 February: (QF3) D1 v A2, RSC
25 February: (QF4) C1 v B2, KCA

I guess BD will not face India, even if they do not beat England. Correct me if I am wrong.


It's actually B1 vs D2 and B2 vs D1. So Bangladesh will face India if they lose against England. If they win they will face South Africa.

http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/u19wc2008/content/series/288278.html?template=schedule


India and England are the 2 teams who can do some damage, also the West Indians are showing promise.


West Indies are almost out of the tournament. They already lost against South Africa and they have to beat India to get to the quater finals.

auntu
February 20, 2008, 08:58 AM
Its All about the "Mental game" from now on. if our young guns can overcome that then nothing can stop them!

The right mental attitude is needed. i.e. we can win in any situation but we need to concentrate.

akabir77
February 20, 2008, 10:46 AM
It's actually B1 vs D2 and B2 vs D1. So Bangladesh will face India if they lose against England. If they win they will face South Africa.

http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/u19wc2008/content/series/288278.html?template=schedule




West Indies are almost out of the tournament. They already lost against South Africa and they have to beat India to get to the quater finals.

but what if we beat england and india loses to WI? then we play them any way. so no worry. if we have to become champions we have to beat every one...

PoorFan
February 20, 2008, 10:49 AM
but what if we beat england and india loses to WI? then we play them any way. so no worry. if we have to become champions we have to beat every one...
As simple as that.:up:

zainab
February 20, 2008, 10:59 AM
Let's hope that BD beat England, and they do not have to face India, to me India is the strongest opponent and with BD giving away so many runs as extras, anything can happen. i heard this is a stronger English team that played in 2006.

Fazal
February 20, 2008, 11:08 AM
Don't worry about the schedule, just enjoy their ride. Win all the way or not, one thing they already proved and that is: they can perform better when odds are against them. Its the easy games that they fumbled once in a while.

This bunch (players and coaches) were termed as 'no good' or 'not as good' prematurely by some fans a while ago. This team may not have a superstar players like before or high profile foreign coach like before, but it was more fun personally for me to see how these no name team grew bigger and better as time goes, every time there is a new hero saves the game for them. Its not the absolute result, but these kind if slow growth and maturity of the players that I look for from our u-19 team.

I salute the coach(es) for doing the dirty job in the background so that atelast we have a real team that we can cheer for and realistically hope for going all the way. You guys are doing the ground work for future national team where we can expect players who can tlearn from their msitakes and grow and perform more consistently in future.

Dhakablues
February 20, 2008, 11:57 AM
Don't worry about the schedule, just enjoy their ride. Win all the way or not, one thing they already proved and that is: they can perform better when odds are against them. Its the easy games that they fumbled once in a while.

This bunch (players and coaches) were termed as 'no good' or 'not as good' prematurely by some fans a while ago. This team may not have a superstar players like before or high profile foreign coach like before, but it was more fun personally for me to see how these no name team grew bigger and better as time goes, every time there is a new hero saves the game for them. Its not the absolute result, but these kind if slow growth and maturity of the players that I look for from our u-19 team.

I salute the coach(es) for doing the dirty job in the background so that atelast we have a real team that we can cheer for and realistically hope for going all the way. You guys are doing the ground work for future national team where we can expect players who can tlearn from their msitakes and grow and perform more consistently in future.

Agreed 100%. I am amongst those fans who doubted this U19 team because I was not getting any Tamim/Shahrier/Nazim/Mashrafee type names out from the media from this team. There was no single player ( other than Rubel/Dolar/Shuvo who were already known) that was "Mega Star in making" for this team. They played together, trained hard and brought the game as result of their team efforts. This is what it should be,,,a team of teenagers who are getting ready for senior side. Win or lose,, Bangladesh U19 teams are always a stronger side for any U19 championship.

akabir77
February 20, 2008, 12:10 PM
Mamu coach aber ki dirty job korlo ektu khuila kon. apner kasey to aber shob gorom khobor like who is sleeping where... etc

Kabir
February 20, 2008, 12:30 PM
I'm not fond of the words like "thrash" and "crush" when it comes to beating an opponent.

There are more civilized terms, such as "dominate".

Good win. Hopefully they'll be in the finals, Inshallah.

auntu
February 20, 2008, 12:41 PM
I'm not fond of the words like "thrash" and "crush" when it comes to beating an opponent.

There are more civilized terms, such as "dominate".

Good win. Hopefully they'll be in the finals, Inshallah.

it might seem as agressive but the passion behind u can smell

Kabir
February 20, 2008, 12:45 PM
it might seem as agressive but the passion behind u can smell

Can you smell the passion behind it when other teams use the same words against us?

If you do, then please enjoy smelling it.

Tigers_eye
February 20, 2008, 12:54 PM
Good match report. The flaws of Bd bowling is highlighted perfectly.
I'm not fond of the words like "thrash" and "crush" when it comes to beating an opponent.

There are more civilized terms, such as "dominate".

Good win. Hopefully they'll be in the finals, Inshallah.
Feedback:
:up: Me too. Adding 'destroyed', 'humiliated', 'embarrassed', 'disgraced', 'annihilated', 'demolished'. etc. (any word that is associated with wars also)

Instead "out-classed', 'out-performed', 'surpassed' would be better.

Fazal
February 20, 2008, 12:59 PM
There is no crying in baseball ... I mean cricket.

Nafi
February 20, 2008, 01:30 PM
I'm not fond of the words like "thrash" and "crush" when it comes to beating an opponent.

There are more civilized terms, such as "dominate".

Good win. Hopefully they'll be in the finals, Inshallah.

Kabir can my little sister have her barbie doll back.

Miraz
February 20, 2008, 01:44 PM
Can I have a list of soft... soft ....baby...baby type words for the match reports. Thanks in advance.

It's better not to hurt anyone. ICC should start using tennis ball, current cricket ball can hurt. Very bad.

Tigers_eye
February 20, 2008, 01:47 PM
BC image boilay kotha. Your bulletin's are the face of BC. headings are reflection of all of us. :) Thank you for understanding.

Miraz
February 20, 2008, 02:05 PM
BC image boilay kotha. Your bulletin's are the face of BC. headings are reflection of all of us. :) Thank you for understanding.

I understand T_E bhai and I think BC members will prefer a strong image than a putuputu image.

Anyway my original post wasn't directed towards you. :)

Fazal
February 20, 2008, 02:06 PM
Can I have a list of soft... soft ....baby...baby type words for the match reports. Thanks in advance.


Here are few


BC bulletin : Bangladesh U-19 (bear) hugged Ireland to reach Quarter Final
or
BC bulletin : Bangladesh U-19 Tapped Ireland to reach Quarter Final
or

BC bulletin : Bangladesh U-19 (death) kissed Ireland to reach Quarter Final


And you are welcome in advance.

sandpiper
February 20, 2008, 02:09 PM
ইংল্যান্ডকে হারাতে পারব তো ? :umm:

Kabir
February 20, 2008, 02:17 PM
Kabir can my little sister have her barbie doll back.

Nafi, can't believe that you forgot when I gave it back to you coz you were crying your a** out in the middle of the street for that doll!

Kabir
February 20, 2008, 02:22 PM
:up: Me too. Adding 'destroyed', 'humiliated', 'embarrassed', 'disgraced', 'annihilated', 'demolished'. etc. (any word that is associated with wars also)

Instead "out-classed', 'out-performed', 'surpassed' would be better.

Thank you. You've hit the nail in the head.

Fazal
February 20, 2008, 02:26 PM
Khaisey Bhaigna Bohut Khappa.... mooney hoi kalkey bau-er kaasey boka khaisey.

Zunaid
February 20, 2008, 02:26 PM
Gentle Bangladesh sidles her way to the QF while kindly allowing Ireland to make the afternoon broadcast of Teletubbies 2.

Miraz
February 20, 2008, 03:32 PM
Gentle Bangladesh sidles her way to the QF while kindly allowing Ireland to make the afternoon broadcast of Teletubbies 2.

Ireland were so happy with the kindness that they invited the Boss of BanglaCricket to the next episode of the broadcast. :-D

Ajfar
February 20, 2008, 03:53 PM
Good match report. The flaws of Bd bowling is highlighted perfectly.

Feedback:
:up: Me too. Adding 'destroyed', 'humiliated', 'embarrassed', 'disgraced', 'annihilated', 'demolished'. etc. (any word that is associated with wars also)

Instead "out-classed', 'out-performed', 'surpassed' would be better.

i remember reading somewhere...there is no such thing as himilation, destroyed, disgraced in the game of cricket..becuz at the end..cricket is the ultimate winner...

One World
February 21, 2008, 09:37 PM
I like the heading.

Murad
February 21, 2008, 09:41 PM
yeahhh

now we are getting thrashed.. :(

Kabir
February 28, 2008, 01:00 PM
Bangladesh U-19 routed from the semis

Oh, so now that hurts to use the same demeaning terms towards yourself, someone has come down to earth!

Tigers_eye
February 28, 2008, 01:12 PM
41 run allout, 201 run loss. :( We never had a chance getting to the semis from the moment we started our reply. What goes around comes around. sob sob!! :head:

We escaped another on against Australia. 115/10. Aus 18/0 in 3 overs. Thank you rain from saving us from another humiliation.

BanCricFan
February 28, 2008, 01:25 PM
You've hit the nail in the head.

Ouch! That must hurt...how bloody and violent!:D