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pichchi
March 9, 2010, 01:30 PM
His name has been declared in reports as Shuvogoto Hom, Shovagoto Chowdhury, Shuvogoto Das,... Frankly could care less what his real name is- all I know is this kid looks like a real talent. He has overtaken Shamsur Shuvo, Marshal Ayub as a potential middle-order candidate and has shown enormous temperament as well as hitting ability in whatever matches he played this season. Lets see how he does in A-team tours and hopefully in a couple of years time, he can be the solution to our middle order once we finally give up hope on Ashraful/Aftab.

kalpurush
March 9, 2010, 01:36 PM
Well, he has to go long way...before he could be picked up for the national team. And he has to work heard to do so day in day out. We have lots of talent like Aftab who just wait for results without giving the efforts, unfortunately!

Gowza
March 9, 2010, 03:34 PM
i would be happy to give him a chance in some t20 matches, he's got a bit of experience in one-day cricket because he's played some DPL (still not that much but some), so they should put some time into him because i reckon he's a possible chance to make the WC squad next year and if that's the case we want him to be as ready as he can be. same goes for guys likenasir hossain, shabbir rahman, anamul haque, mahmudul hasan, alauddin babu, we need to get them ready because there's a decent chance that a couple of them could make the squad (certianly the prelim squad) and if they make the squad then there is a chance they could play and they need to be ready.

Bondhu
March 9, 2010, 03:39 PM
How old is he?

Equinox
March 9, 2010, 03:39 PM
My "A" team against South Africa and West Indies would look like this:
Johirul Islam
Nazimuddin
Farhad Hossain
Alok Kapali*
Foysal Hossain
Shuvagoto Hom
Shuhrawardy Shuvo
Dhiman Ghosh+
Robiul Islam
Shuvashish Roy
Saqlain Shajib

Uttam Sarkar, Marshall Ayub, Mahbubul Alam, Mohammad Sharif

simon
March 9, 2010, 06:34 PM
Amazing innings he payed,
hope he continues like this & become a national player,but it's important that he
plays more domestic.

fais
March 9, 2010, 06:44 PM
My "A" team against South Africa and West Indies would look like this:
Johirul Islam
Nazimuddin
Farhad Hossain
Alok Kapali*
Foysal Hossain
Shuvagoto Hom
Shuhrawardy Shuvo
Dhiman Ghosh+
Robiul Islam
Shuvashish Roy
Saqlain Shajib

Uttam Sarkar, Marshall Ayub, Mahbubul Alam, Mohammad Sharif

When is our A team active again?

Tendulkar_Mcgrath
March 9, 2010, 06:44 PM
Hope, he never fades as Aftab did

wiseshah
March 9, 2010, 06:45 PM
Equinox ur team is not bad

but think abt kapali as a captain twice

he was captain for ghazi tank with full of star
still team didn't go top 8 position

he was captain for ncl and his team is secured last position
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Gowza
March 9, 2010, 06:48 PM
My "A" team against South Africa and West Indies would look like this:
Johirul Islam
Nazimuddin
Farhad Hossain
Alok Kapali*
Foysal Hossain
Shuvagoto Hom
Shuhrawardy Shuvo
Dhiman Ghosh+
Robiul Islam
Shuvashish Roy
Saqlain Shajib

Uttam Sarkar, Marshall Ayub, Mahbubul Alam, Mohammad Sharif

shabbir rahman, mitun ali, anamul haque, alauddin babu, sajidul islam, nasir hossain, shamsur rahman, rony talukder, mahmudul hasan imo all have a shout for an A team call-up so it will be interesting to see what the squad looks like when it's announced. shabbir rahman especially i'd like to see in the A team and nasir hossain should probably be there since they called him up to the national squad in this series.

Ishtylish cricketer
March 9, 2010, 06:48 PM
Too early to bring him at the national level. He needs to score at least two centuries for the next two years before getting the BD cap. Mohammod Shuvo also amazing FC bowling stats but didn't look the player the stats suggested.

Eshen
March 9, 2010, 07:04 PM
shabbir rahman, mitun ali, anamul haque, alauddin babu, sajidul islam, nasir hossain, shamsur rahman, rony talukder, mahmudul hasan imo all have a shout for an A team call-up so it will be interesting to see what the squad looks like when it's announced. shabbir rahman especially i'd like to see in the A team and nasir hossain should probably be there since they called him up to the national squad in this series.
IMO, Sabbir, Anamul, Mahmudul, and Alauddin first should be shaped up through the academy, before being thrown into the A-team.

Gowza
March 9, 2010, 07:14 PM
IMO, Sabbir, Anamul, Mahmudul, and Alauddin first should be shaped up through the academy, before being thrown into the A-team.

i can agree on that for the most part, but i think there are a couple of exceptions. i'll agree with you on anamul, mahmudul and alauddin although i don't see why they can't get a couple of A team games whilst being in the academy. shabbir i feel is one of those players who can handle a quicker rise, we shouldn't throw him into the deep end but i think he can handle A team cricket as well as anyone else currently in BD. shabbir has done well with the bat at all levels so far, bowling he did well in u19s, in NCL he hasn't done much with the ball but from memory he hasn't bowled that much so hard to say where he is with the ball i guess.

kiriket
March 9, 2010, 09:25 PM
I think Selectors will declare A team like this,

Shahriar nafees
Imrul kayes
Junayed siddiqi
Razin Saleh
Mehrab Jr
Mohd Ashraful
(someone never been in the main 11 in NCL)
Dolar Mahmud
Syed Rasel
Nazmul Hossain
Enamul Jr

And you end up again having no new player to experiment or promote. why do these newcomers play cricket still in NCL? I would have left cricket in disgust if I were a player.

shujan
March 9, 2010, 09:25 PM
He got funny runs against England A!!

bujhee kom
March 9, 2010, 09:40 PM
Yeah bhais, this is the man I have been talking baout! Shubhagoto Hom Dash Chowdhury is one of my main men in BD cricket now!

Sohel
March 9, 2010, 10:11 PM
189 runs in 9 overs with Shubhagoto scoring 91* from 30 balls was, as the numbers suggest, a farce!

That being said, both Shubhagoto Das and Sabbir Ahmed Rumman look to be stylish and exciting players with tremendous potential to develop into successful International cricketers when the time comes. Based on the very little that I've seen of both, Shubhagoto seems to have better temperament, and less prone to the type of brainfarting that do not transform "potential" into "talent" at the highest level. He will probably be selected before Rumman. Probably into a T20I side.

Both players need EXTENSIVE Academy and then A Team exposure to learn to apply what they have through hard work and focus, before coming into the senior side.

Umar
March 9, 2010, 10:39 PM
has he got a pictures??

capslock
March 9, 2010, 10:48 PM
How old is he? I don't want another teenager thrown to the international wolves again.

NitaiPal
March 9, 2010, 11:18 PM
30 ball 91!

strike rate of over 300!

i don't think the selectors will wait long before putting him on the side

http://www.cricinfo.com/bdeshveng2010/engine/match/426419.html

mishu
March 10, 2010, 12:04 AM
Shuvagoto Hom
Bangladesh

Full name Shuvagoto Hom Chowdhury

Born November 11, 1986, Mymensing

Current age 23 years 119 days

Major teams Bangladesh A, Bangladesh Cricket Board Academy, Dhaka Division

Batting style Right-hand bat
http://www.cricinfo.com/db/PICTURES/CMS/115000/115025.jpg

source:cricinfo

beshideshi
March 10, 2010, 12:12 AM
Don't get me wrong, but he looks like an Indian player. His built, height......pretty impressive. I have heard loads about this bloke, hope he can really excel.
PS: Don't let the 30 ball 91 fool you,

Tiger444
March 10, 2010, 01:54 AM
Don't get me wrong, but he looks like an Indian player. His built, height......pretty impressive. I have heard loads about this bloke, hope he can really excel.
PS: Don't let the 30 ball 91 fool you,

Not all the indian players have shuvo's build..shewag and tendulkar are rather short and stocky..kind of like how ash/aftab are built..gambhir is also a short dude..shuvo's build though is more like rahul dravid's..tall and a pretty muscular build..our batsmen though do have pretty good build..tamim is tall and has got a strong build, zunaid is very tall and lanky but he still is not stick..hes got some meat on him..imrul and roqibul are short but very powerful batsmen..they seem 2 have broad shoulders and thick arms..ash has pretty broad shoulders now but is very short..mushy is just tiny and aftab is mr. chubbs lol..overall though i honestly dont think the indian batsmen and bangladeshi batsmen have much of a difference in terms of height and build..

jisaan
March 10, 2010, 04:19 AM
Don't get me wrong, but he looks like an Indian player. His built, height......pretty impressive. I have heard loads about this bloke, hope he can really excel.
PS: Don't let the 30 ball 91 fool you,

Cook and carberry fed them with juicy deliveries to get a quick declarationa and have some batting practice. We should not & must not judge him by that innings

jisaan
March 10, 2010, 04:24 AM
My "A" team against South Africa and West Indies would look like this:
Johirul Islam
Nazimuddin
Farhad Hossain
Alok Kapali*
Foysal Hossain
Shuvagoto Hom
Shuhrawardy Shuvo
Dhiman Ghosh+
Robiul Islam
Shuvashish Roy
Saqlain Shajib

Uttam Sarkar, Marshall Ayub, Mahbubul Alam, Mohammad Sharif
just add shamsur rahman and your team will have 4 'Shuvos'

Tiger Manc
March 10, 2010, 09:26 AM
He did well in the NCL. It's a shame he only got 1 innings to show his ability. The 2nd innings doesn't count. He was an established batsman, England should've bowled to him properly. Now we'll have to see how he performs in the A team.

Rizvi
March 10, 2010, 01:45 PM
Not all the indian players have shuvo's build..shewag and tendulkar are rather short and stocky..kind of like how ash/aftab are built..gambhir is also a short dude..shuvo's build though is more like rahul dravid's..tall and a pretty muscular build..our batsmen though do have pretty good build..tamim is tall and has got a strong build, zunaid is very tall and lanky but he still is not stick..hes got some meat on him..imrul and roqibul are short but very powerful batsmen..they seem 2 have broad shoulders and thick arms..ash has pretty broad shoulders now but is very short..mushy is just tiny and aftab is mr. chubbs lol..overall though i honestly dont think the indian batsmen and bangladeshi batsmen have much of a difference in terms of height and build..

Umm.. YUVRAJ SINGH, MS DHONI, YUSUF PATHAN!! Vs. Safiul, mushy, aftab!

shujan
March 10, 2010, 05:55 PM
30 ball 91!

strike rate of over 300!

i don't think the selectors will wait long before putting him on the side

http://www.cricinfo.com/bdeshveng2010/engine/match/426419.html


His run came from bowling period called declaration pie. What it means is England bowler throw slow one bounce ball so that batsman can hit 4's and 6's to reach a declaration total that England can not reach in the second innings. He scored 24 runs in Cooks over. Cook does not bowl. He is a batsman like Tamim. These balls are given to hit and collect run so that batting side can get a huge total and declare giving opposition a chance to bat without loosing the game. :o
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czone
March 10, 2010, 08:20 PM
I am pretty sure Shuvagoto will be the mainstay( or one of the mainstay) in the BD middle order. He really is of different class, hope he stays injury free. His work ethics and excellent off the field conduct is one of his asset and strength.

BD-Shardul
March 10, 2010, 08:31 PM
i am pretty sure shuvagoto will be the mainstay( or one of the mainstay) in the bd middle order. He really is of different class, hope he stays injury free. His work ethics and excellent off the field conduct is one of his asset and strength.

[বাংলা]কত সুপারস্টার, কত হিরো, কত ট্যালন্ট, আর কত অলৌকিক কপাল চোখের সামনে দিয়ে আসল আর গেল, আর আপনি এই বাচ্চা পোলারে নিয়ে এখনি শিওর হয়ে যাচ্ছেন? [/বাংলা]

Rath_Mama
March 11, 2010, 05:50 AM
[বাংলা]কত সুপারস্টার, কত হিরো, কত ট্যালন্ট, আর কত অলৌকিক কপাল চোখের সামনে দিয়ে আসল আর গেল, আর আপনি এই বাচ্চা পোলারে নিয়ে এখনি শিওর হয়ে যাচ্ছেন? [/বাংলা]
Well Said shardul..... Amader Shovab Holo Kajna thekey Bajna Mota....

wasi_ahmed
March 11, 2010, 05:53 AM
Looks like our czone bhai knows Shuvagoto (http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?p=1069218#post1069218) very (http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?p=1053075#post1053075) well (http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?p=1053089#post1053089). ;)

Tiger444
April 22, 2010, 03:15 PM
Umm.. YUVRAJ SINGH, MS DHONI, YUSUF PATHAN!! Vs. Safiul, mushy, aftab!

wow never responded 2 this..usually respond pretty quickly..Tamim, Zunaed, and Jahurul vs. Singh, Dhoni and Pathan..ya do we have a similar build 2 indians..just because some of our players are short doesnt mean all of our players are..

Equinox
April 22, 2010, 04:06 PM
wow never responded 2 this..usually respond pretty quickly..Tamim, Zunaed, and Jahurul vs. Singh, Dhoni and Pathan..ya do we have a similar build 2 indians..just because some of our players are short doesnt mean all of our players are..
Yup. What Rizvi did was compare the three biggest Indians against the three most diminutive players in our team. Fair Comparison: MSD, UV, Yusuf vs. Shahadat, Zunaed and Zohirul.

Tiger444
April 22, 2010, 04:14 PM
Yup. What Rizvi did was compare the three biggest Indians against the three most diminutive players in our team. Fair Comparison: MSD, UV, Yusuf vs. Shahadat, Zunaed and Zohirul.

ya exactly..we could actually do the same thing, sachin, shewag, and gambhir vs. Shahadat, Zunaed, and Jahurul..then in that case people might say wow bangladeshis are giants compared 2 the indians..overall i think both teams are similar in height and structure..thats the way it is in general..indians, Sri Lankans and us have a very similar build..Pakistanis in general though are bigger people and obviously you got the rest of the teams who are just massive compared 2 us..

Equinox
April 22, 2010, 04:16 PM
Shahadat is probably the tallest player on either team.

Tiger444
April 22, 2010, 04:23 PM
Shahadat is probably the tallest player on either team.

is he taller then ishant? I think Ishant about 6' 5" whereas Shahdat is probably around 6' 3"..zaheer khan is a pretty big guy as well..ashish nehra isnt big at all though..hes more like shafiul..

Equinox
April 22, 2010, 04:59 PM
is he taller then ishant? I think Ishant about 6' 5" whereas Shahdat is probably around 6' 3"..zaheer khan is a pretty big guy as well..ashish nehra isnt big at all though..hes more like shafiul..
Forgot about Ishant. Yeah Shahadat is probably the second tallest.

bujhee kom
April 22, 2010, 05:14 PM
Yes, Shuvagoto Hom Das Chowdhury, this is the man I extend my good wishes and humble pronaam/salaam to! Best of luck in the future! :flag:

wasi_ahmed
April 22, 2010, 06:03 PM
Pardon my ignorance, where do you people got that "Das" part of his name? AFAIK only "Hom Chowdhury" is a title. I can remember two persons with that surname - one is Indian singer Arundhati Hom Chowdhury, the other person is political leader Niharendu Hom Chowdhury.

PS: It's quite interesting to see that people with very uncommon Hindu surnames have represented Bangladesh (Kapali and Baishya, I never heard them before)

czone
April 23, 2010, 06:42 AM
Well Said shardul..... Amader Shovab Holo Kajna thekey Bajna Mota....
I have watched each and every innings Shuvagoto played in domestic cricket last three years. It is not Shuvagoto's but have watched almost all the present Bangladeshi cricketers involved in the DPL and the 1st division league. BD now has lot of talented cricketers but Shuvagoto is one of the special ones right now. I said it before that hopefuly he won't be a wasted talent like lot others. His humble attitude and dedication is noteworthy. I am only worried about the severe jaundice he had during the immediate past (2009-10) DPL for which Shuvagoto was only able to play one and maybe a couple of 20/20 games for CCS. Extreme heat is not good for a somebody who had such a high level of billurubin. Hope he stays healthy and injury free. No matter how talented a player is unless and until he scores runs consistently, this player will be one of the dissapointments.

al-Sagar
April 23, 2010, 06:52 AM
waiting to get some news on how he batted against the SA academy team today

BANFAN
April 24, 2010, 07:42 AM
30 ball 91!

strike rate of over 300!

i don't think the selectors will wait long before putting him on the side

http://www.cricinfo.com/bdeshveng2010/engine/match/426419.html

WOW that's exciting stats..........

Haven't seen him playing......... any Video footage with anyone?

Sohel
April 25, 2010, 12:15 AM
I have watched each and every innings Shuvagoto played in domestic cricket last three years. It is not Shuvagoto's but have watched almost all the present Bangladeshi cricketers involved in the DPL and the 1st division league. BD now has lot of talented cricketers but Shuvagoto is one of the special ones right now. I said it before that hopefuly he won't be a wasted talent like lot others. His humble attitude and dedication is noteworthy. I am only worried about the severe jaundice he had during the immediate past (2009-10) DPL for which Shuvagoto was only able to play one and maybe a couple of 20/20 games for CCS. Extreme heat is not good for a somebody who had such a high level of billurubin. Hope he stays healthy and injury free. No matter how talented a player is unless and until he scores runs consistently, this player will be one of the dissapointments.

Well said! Rather than purely statistical geekfesting, thinly veiled "Hindu Biddesh", moronically celebrating mediocrity (often out of envy because of their own mediocrity), zealots and cynics ought to trust their own eyes when it comes to the actual cricket involved. If one is not fortunate enough to see these guys in action, they ought to refrain from taking passionate positions, IMHO. Nothing we can do if they don't understand cricket and subsequently cannot discern quality from lack there of.

Shubhagoto is indeed special but NOT devoid of some of the cerebral flatulence that typify many of our genuinely gifted strokemakers. I think he should be handled with due care and given the opportunity to rectify some of those issues at the Academy and A Team levels with consistent performances over at least 2 seasons. Only then can he hope to better sustain whatever success that may come his way at the highest level.

When this particular right thing is done for once, Shubhagoto's shubhagaumon will benefit our cricket for years to come InshAllah. He's only 23, let him develop and when he does, debut at 25. We need steady players who aren't forced to use the highest level to rectify their issues. Sadly, that has been our "jodi-laigga-jay" culture will predictable results for the Team and many of its young players as ignorant matobbors continue to conflate the domestic and International cricket, and don't let young players develop through U19, Academy and THEN the A Team IN THAT ORDER, in order to bridge some of the MONUMENTAL gap between the two. Broken record! ... :)

al-Sagar
April 25, 2010, 01:38 AM
shuvagoto currently playing for academies at home.

after this may be we will send him for an away tour with academy or A team. i think the best time for him to debut is after the WC 2011. we need a refreshing start that time with replacing some deadwoods for ever.

also another opportunity could be against zimbabwe if we debut him before WC.

but before that i would like to see him play another Fc season.

Sohel
October 24, 2010, 03:18 AM
First of all, this thread, IMHO, should be merged with the "Why No Shubhagoto Hom?" thread (where his name is misspelled with the Anglicized/Khyat "V" instead of the more appropriate "BH").

Hommie's NCL debut was disappointing on a day packed with disappointment for Dhaka. First Talukder bit the dust on the second delivery before displaying the kind of Talukdari some have come to expect from him during the first 10 overs, and the debutant came in as the "virtual opener", a hallmark situational position all too familiar in our cricket.

He looked good, he always does, accenting his easy strike rotation with a booming :six: and a :four:. SR "the other" Shubho, on the other hand couldn't rotate for shite, and resorted to doing his best to impersonate Tamim. He couldn't. At least not for long.

Hommie, all set to get at least an easy 50 on debut, got caught behind and like Talukder before him, made "wickets-from-batting-blunder" Tareq Aziz look as good as he does statically. To his credit, Tareq varied his deliveries, perhaps unwittingly, cleverly enough to take full advantage of momentary lapses in concentration on the gobor pitch at the SBNS.

Motin came in and taking Tendulkar's advice, started finding a place somewhere between his cavalier idiocy and sissyfied moronity. He succeeded. He looked really good and yet another NCL 100 seemed likely. That excitement also got to him and he threw it away at 40 looking "oh-so-bummed" as usual.

Riyad delivered a gaurantedious 50 from close to a 100 deliveries and I lost all interest in the game, having already watched and become impressed by young Anamul's wicket keeping. Good focus and lateral movement, and alongside Shahin Hossain, easily one of the two the finer WKs we have waiting in the pipeline.

Nafees Iqbal was very impressive before becoming Mofees 2.0. What the new Abir still lacks in NI's grammatical correctness, he makes up for in instinct and will always win the battle of Nafeeses in my book.

Nazim:-Dddin was his usual dumb, agro-hick self. Hilariously, he and the dumber Aft:timeout:b both tried controlled themselves in order to appear more responsible. Nazim:-Dddin's atrocious footwork did the inevitable and Aft:timeout:b succumbed to his IQ after a sissyfied 8 from 27 balls.

shakibrulz
October 24, 2010, 03:27 AM
Good to hear that he'll definitely come out good and is a promising talent. Probably a surprise package for the world cup?

Sohel
October 24, 2010, 03:31 AM
Good to hear that he'll definitely come out good and is a promising talent. Probably a surprise package for the world cup?

I sure hope so. He's a real batsman (though with more class and natural talent) like the talented Nayeem was before all that administered estrogen got to him. Like Nayeem, the lower order can only be a temporary thing for him in the long run. Guys like Hommie and Nayeem (of old) need to be promoted up the order with performances and no matter what, deluded into believing that they're "all rounders" just because the can bowl a bit ... :)

Tiger444
October 24, 2010, 04:31 PM
First of all, this thread, IMHO, should be merged with the "Why No Shubhagoto Hom?" thread (where his name is misspelled with the Anglicized/Khyat "V" instead of the more appropriate "BH").

Hommie's NCL debut was disappointing on a day packed with disappointment for Dhaka. First Talukder bit the dust on the second delivery before displaying the kind of Talukdari some have come to expect from him during the first 10 overs, and the debutant came in as the "virtual opener", a hallmark situational position all too familiar in our cricket.

He looked good, he always does, accenting his easy strike rotation with a booming :six: and a :four:. SR "the other" Shubho, on the other hand couldn't rotate for shite, and resorted to doing his best to impersonate Tamim. He couldn't. At least not for long.

Hommie, all set to get at least an easy 50 on debut, got caught behind and like Talukder before him, made "wickets-from-batting-blunder" Tareq Aziz look as good as he does statically. To his credit, Tareq varied his deliveries, perhaps unwittingly, cleverly enough to take full advantage of momentary lapses in concentration on the gobor pitch at the SBNS.

Motin came in and taking Tendulkar's advice, started finding a place somewhere between his cavalier idiocy and sissyfied moronity. He succeeded. He looked really good and yet another NCL 100 seemed likely. That excitement also got to him and he threw it away at 40 looking "oh-so-bummed" as usual.

Riyad delivered a gaurantedious 50 from close to a 100 deliveries and I lost all interest in the game, having already watched and become impressed by young Anamul's wicket keeping. Good focus and lateral movement, and alongside Shahin Hossain, easily one of the two the finer WKs we have waiting in the pipeline.

Nafees Iqbal was very impressive before becoming Mofees 2.0. What the new Abir still lacks in NI's grammatical correctness, he makes up for in instinct and will always win the battle of Nafeeses in my book.

Nazim:-Dddin was his usual dumb, agro-hick self. Hilariously, he and the dumber Aft:timeout:b both tried controlled themselves in order to appear more responsible. Nazim:-Dddin's atrocious footwork did the inevitable and Aft:timeout:b succumbed to his IQ after a sissyfied 8 from 27 balls.

I gotta say that was probably the most entertaining match summary I have seen!! Thanks Sohel bhai..since you know the domestic players better then me do you think Shamsur Rahman is a player to watch out for in the near future? Or is he an over hyped batsman? Also interested in how Marshall Ayub is since some people are a fan of him in BC..since your a fan of Nafis Iqbal do you think he will make it back to the senior side any time soon? Would be cool to have both the Iqbal brothers be in the team..and I just can't believe how Dhaka could not chase down 215..no excuses for them..

fiasnahk
October 26, 2010, 03:35 AM
wow never responded 2 this..usually respond pretty quickly..Tamim, Zunaed, and Jahurul vs. Singh, Dhoni and Pathan..ya do we have a similar build 2 indians..just because some of our players are short doesnt mean all of our players are..

Your saying they have similar build. Dhoni's biceps are probably bigger than Jahurul's thighs!

Bond
October 26, 2010, 06:10 AM
He's not ready for International standard, he needs more time.

czone
October 26, 2010, 06:27 AM
Dhaka won by 7 wickets today. Ashraful: 66 n.o. Shamsur Shuvo: some 50 odd. Can't believe coach Wahidul Gani relegated Shuvagoto to #6. Hope this won't be the parmanent DSA lineup.

Equinox
October 26, 2010, 06:46 AM
Dhaka won by 7 wickets today. Ashraful: 66 n.o. Shamsur Shuvo: some 50 odd. Can't believe coach Wahidul Gani relegated Shuvagoto to #6. Hope this won't be the parmanent DSA lineup.
Maybe he was instructed by the selectors? Since he has been picked in the preliminary squad selectors want to see how he does at no. 6 because that's what we need for the national team.

shuziburo
October 26, 2010, 09:27 AM
Pardon my ignorance, where do you people got that "Das" part of his name? AFAIK only "Hom Chowdhury" is a title. I can remember two persons with that surname - one is Indian singer Arundhati Hom Chowdhury, the other person is political leader Niharendu Hom Chowdhury.

PS: It's quite interesting to see that people with very uncommon Hindu surnames have represented Bangladesh (Kapali and Baishya, I never heard them before)

Baishya I have, but Kapali, I have not. In fact, I first misread his name as Kapalik!

shuziburo
October 26, 2010, 09:33 AM
Good to hear that he'll definitely come out good and is a promising talent. Probably a surprise package for the world cup?

If he is ready for internationals, definitely. He's 23, which could be just right or too early depending on his temperament. From what I have heard, if he can avoid the brain farts that frequently plagues our batsmen, he could solidify our middle-order, which is brittle, except SAH.

lamisa
October 26, 2010, 10:02 AM
good to see him in the squad against zim.hope he will not be a bench warmer only...

simon
October 26, 2010, 10:11 AM
He's not ready for International standard, he needs more time.

hehehe,looking at yr avatar I understnd wht u mean. ;)

Raynman
October 26, 2010, 11:21 AM
when he finally makes it to the big stage, he should in his introduction clip do a James Bond impersanation of:

The name is Chowdhury, Das Chowdhury, Hom Das Chowdhury, Shubhagoto Hom Das Chowdhury and my favorite shot is the pull shot.

Eshen
October 26, 2010, 11:24 AM
Ashraful made sure Shuvagoto could not get a chance to bat in last NCL match ;)

shuziburo
October 26, 2010, 12:41 PM
when he finally makes it to the big stage, he should in his introduction clip do a James Bond impersanation of:

The name is Chowdhury, Das Chowdhury, Hom Das Chowdhury, Shubhagoto Hom Das Chowdhury and my favorite shot is the pull shot.

That was a good one. :floor:

Tiger444
October 26, 2010, 11:00 PM
Your saying they have similar build. Dhoni's biceps are probably bigger than Jahurul's thighs!

Didn't know Dhoni represented all of team India!!

al-Sagar
October 27, 2010, 02:45 AM
Your saying they have similar build. Dhoni's biceps are probably bigger than Jahurul's thighs!

once upon a time dhoni did not drink WATER. he drank MILK instead. now he has restricted his daily drinking of milk to 2 litres

Jadukor
October 27, 2010, 03:12 AM
once upon a time i used to drink PUMPKIN Juice... and i still do!....












just adding another bit of useless information:-D

ahnaf
October 27, 2010, 03:19 AM
He's not ready for International standard, he needs more time.

i also think so.. Minimum 1 year more..

Equinox
October 27, 2010, 06:13 AM
Ashraful made sure Shuvagoto could not get a chance to bat in last NCL match ;)
I'm also thinking along similar lines. Then why else would you demote the most in-form batsmen of your team to number 6 from number 3. What's changed? Oh yeah he got called up to the national squad and will directly compete against you for a place in the team. Desperate times call for desperate measures.

Murad
October 27, 2010, 07:45 AM
^^^
Could be. Because he is the captain and head of Dhaka division.

Equinox
October 27, 2010, 07:46 AM
^No he is not. But he has more influence than captain and coach combined. Ask czone.

Murad
October 27, 2010, 07:50 AM
^^^
May be something happened to Hom while fielding? Did Czone watch the game live from stadium?

shuziburo
October 27, 2010, 08:18 AM
I'm also thinking along similar lines. Then why else would you demote the most in-form batsmen of your team to number 6 from number 3. What's changed? Oh yeah he got called up to the national squad and will directly compete against you for a place in the team. Desperate times call for desperate measures.

It's a cynical view. But, alas! It might not be completely untrue...

Eshen
October 29, 2010, 10:14 AM
Well, looks like Hom missed the boat. His failures to make any big score in NCL coupled with Ashraful, Mahmudullah, and Naeem all scoring heavily makes it very unlikely that he will be considered for Zimbabwe series.

Well, better luck finding an opportunity in the team post WC'11.

czone
October 29, 2010, 12:08 PM
Well, looks like Hom missed the boat. His failures to make any big score in NCL coupled with Ashraful, Mahmudullah, and Naeem all scoring heavily makes it very unlikely that he will be considered for Zimbabwe series.

Well, better luck finding an opportunity in the team post WC'11.
Yes, you are very right. Not scoring runs in the two mtches he batted so far won't do him any good. I hope he is not worried about the recent expectation(s) of being one of the possible players to get in the national team soon. Hope he plays the game like he always did and let selection and other things happen/if it happens in it's due time.

jeesh
October 30, 2010, 09:43 AM
Good to see his inclusion in the 20 man squad. Have a feeling he ll replace Rokibul in the ODI team

Habib
October 30, 2010, 09:51 AM
Good to see his inclusion in the 20 man squad. Have a feeling he ll replace Rokibul in the ODI team

Really? I have a quite different feeling TBH. Although selectors might go for same old Ashraful again.

lamisa
October 30, 2010, 10:08 AM
^^^oh no,imagne the ash of late(not the one from this domestic season) and rok in the crease together! :timeout:

makorsha
October 30, 2010, 10:43 AM
National Cricket League, 2010/11 / Records / Most runs


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lamisa
October 31, 2010, 11:07 AM
why do they all have such miserable strike rates?no one with sr over 80...

Murad
October 31, 2010, 11:12 AM
^^
Because it's not ListA. :)

makorsha
November 1, 2010, 12:29 AM
why do they all have such miserable strike rates?no one with sr over 80...
casues they suck..it was our bowlers ....
but amder team ekta utbhot..bowler ra bhao lolrley batsmen ther kono contribution thak e na...and it is true the other way around.

Murad
November 1, 2010, 12:44 AM
casues they suck..it was our bowlers ....
but amder team ekta utbhot..bowler ra bhao lolrley batsmen ther kono contribution thak e na...and it is true the other way around.
nope. because you are looking at wrong stats. check the stats for ListA(OneDay games).

jisaan
November 1, 2010, 02:36 AM
Good to see his inclusion in the 20 man squad. Have a feeling he ll replace Rokibul in the ODI team

after his performance in the NCL & Raqibul's enviable display with the bat, i can safely opine against that esp. for Zimbabwe series

cricket_king
November 1, 2010, 06:54 AM
why do they all have such miserable strike rates?no one with sr over 80...

First class cricket is domestic test cricket, which means more runs at a much slower rate when compared to ODIs or List A matches.

Bond
November 1, 2010, 07:32 AM
People hyped up shamsur rahman, rabiul islam, they all sucked and became pro at sucking, let him perform well in International matches then he deserves a thread, he's still unknown to me.