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al-Sagar
March 15, 2010, 05:15 AM
Bangladesh the 10th nation to play test cricket is now playing this longer version of cricket for ten years. though very few players have lasted the 10 years though we are having good experience. from the start we have now 3-4 sets of player who came, played and then passed it to the next set. and thus we passed the gain experience to next set of players.

currently we have perhaps the most improve set of players. these bunch are doing quite good. this bunch shows us higher expectation though very often they fail, but still the expectations never die.

so what we have learned in this TEN YEARS.

1. scoring some decent team score frequently
2. getting opposition out quickly occasionally.
3. batting longer time as a team.
4. taking games in to 5th day more and more
5. avoiding follow-on on most occasions.
6. players scoring more centuries.
7. players making big partnerships
8. batsman promising much more bigger score and partnerships
9. we getting into match saving or winning position occasionally
10. bowlers some time bowling good spells.
11. some more bowlers with big threat.
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100...... the list goes on as lots of things we learned.


BUT TELL ME.... ....

does a nation need TEN YEARS of test cricket to learn that, the captain who wins the toss in this CTG pitch has to bat first rather asking opponent captain to bat ????

Rabz
March 15, 2010, 05:26 AM
Shagor bhai, match thread e jei kitkat ta dilam, oita khan nai??

Shehwar
March 15, 2010, 05:28 AM
Yeah this match could have been so different had we batted first!
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auntu
March 15, 2010, 12:54 PM
shagor bhai, match thread e jei kitkat ta dilam, oita khan nai??
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Tigers_eye
March 15, 2010, 02:28 PM
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BUT TELL ME.... ....

does a nation need TEN YEARS of test cricket to learn that, the captain who wins the toss in this CTG pitch has to bat first rather asking opponent captain to bat ????
Priceless. Then again how many coaches and assistant coaches we have to guide this captain? How many BCB officials we have to poke nose in selection of the team? Why can't they say anything to captain. This is not the first time and not the first captain as well.