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fuadomar
June 9, 2012, 01:51 AM
I made an analysis with the data of digicricket.marssil.com and extracted out top 5 performers in this DPL with batting and bowling. We might find some interesting insights from it regarding our current pool of players as well as upcoming stars. We should encourage those who did well out there as it is more difficult to concentrate on league rather than international level and consistency out there should be seen as a hunger for success. The top 5 stat is not conclusive because, I set some criterion. e.g. for considering top 5 SR and Average set 20 wickets as a benchmark. If I set it down to 19, the result would have been different. If I can manage some time, I will try to feature the next 5, too. You guys are welcome to do the same. I didn't put a lot of data because, it distracts the major stuffs. Rather I focused on some attributes and additional information to help complement that.

Also, I took the data manually. So, you should cross check and any correction will be highly appreciated.

Top 5 Batsman:

Highest Runs:
1. Mushfiqur Rahim - 951 (from 16 innings)
2. Imrul Kayes - 690 (from 16 innings)
3. Mahmudullah - 684 (from 14 innings)
4. Nasir Hossain - 636 (from 16 innings)
5. Marshal Ayub - 554 (from 14 innings)

Highest Average (Minimum 400 runs scored):
1. Mushfiqur Rahim - 73.72 (951 runs)
2. Mahmudullah - 68.4 (684 runs)
3. Imrul Kayes - 46 (690 runs)
4. Nasir Hossain - 45.43 (636 runs)
5. Naeem Islam - 45.18 (497 runs)

Highest Strike rate (Minimum 300 runs scored):
1. Shakib Al Hasan - 97.71 (342 runs)
2. Nazmul Milon - 92.81 (310 runs)
3. Mushfiqur Rahim - 87.33 (951 runs)
4. Ziaur Rahman - 86.03 (474 runs)
5. Shuvagato Hom - 85.63 (423 runs)

Best batting performer:
Mushfikur Rahim - Number 1 in runs, number 1 in averages, number 3 in strike rate

Top 5 Bowler:

Highest Wickets:
1. Shakib Al Hasan - 29
2. Mosharraf Rubel - 28
3. Arafat Sunny - 27
4. Al amin - 24
5. Enamul Haque Jr. - 23

Best Economy rate(Minimum 20 wickets taken):
1. Arafat Sunny - 3.65 (27 wickets)
2. Enamul Haque Jr. - 3.74 (23 wickets)
3. Nabil samad - 3.98 (21 wickets)
4. Md. Ashraful - 4.07 (20 wickets)
5. Mosharraf Rubel - 4.10 (28 wickets)

Best Avg(Minimum 20 wickets taken):
1. Alauddin babu - 17.73 (22 wickets)
2. Arafat sunny - 17.63 (27 wickets)
3. Md. Ashraful - 19.35 (22 wickets)
4. Mosharraf Rubel - 21. 43 (28 wickets)
5. Nabil Samad - 21.52 (21 wickets)

Best bowling performer:
Arafat Sunny - Number 3 in wickets, number 1 in economy rate, number 2 in average

BengaliPagol
June 9, 2012, 02:01 AM
Mushfiqur is the standout with the bat without a doubt. Im happy that Mahmudullah and Kayes are proving their haters wrong.

zinatf
June 9, 2012, 02:05 AM
Very good analysis for the bowling part! Really wanted to see Arafat Sunny perform for the national team, but guess there are too many spinners already!

Maysun
June 9, 2012, 02:12 AM
Scoring 951 runs from 16 innings at a SR of 87.33 :notworthy:

Please continue this form for the NT.

Zunaid
June 9, 2012, 02:14 AM
Mushy is clearly the stand-out player of the DPL.

He is the MVP.

Night_wolf
June 9, 2012, 02:18 AM
Mushfiqur is the standout with the bat without a doubt. Im happy that Mahmudullah and Kayes are proving their haters wrong.

these two always proves haters wrong at domestic cricket..int cricket e haters der upor kono kotha nai..oikhane ai 2tar dom ses

BengaliPagol
June 9, 2012, 02:27 AM
these two always proves haters wrong at domestic cricket..int cricket e haters der upor kono kotha nai..oikhane ai 2tar dom ses

So true. Hopefully they gain confidence from this and show how good they are on the international stage. They have the potential but they need to utilise it.

Zunaid
June 9, 2012, 02:27 AM
these two always proves haters wrong at domestic cricket..int cricket e haters der upor kono kotha nai..oikhane ai 2tar dom ses

In ODIs, IK has not been bad. His bad slump started only with the August 2011 Zimbabwe tour and continued with the home series against WI in October 2011. The one match against Pakistan does not count. Prior to that, he was in fine fettle and perhaps he has worked out his bad form. His issue is his sr but then again - acting as a foil to TI, it may be perfectly fine complementary batting.

Night_wolf
June 9, 2012, 02:34 AM
In ODIs, IK has not been bad. His bad slump started only with the August 2011 Zimbabwe tour and continued with the home series against WI in October 2011. The one match against Pakistan does not count. Prior to that, he was in fine fettle and perhaps he has worked out his bad form. His issue is his sr but then again - acting as a foil to TI, it may be perfectly fine complementary batting.

i Know..i admire imrul's consistency..regardless of his SR we needed a consistent opener and IK provided one for us..acting foil is fine but his limitations showed once tamim got out, and when he needed to take the team home..one thing he hasn't showed..in a match when imrul is set and scoring runs i can never relax because i know he wont take the team to a good score or home if we are chasing, thats my problem with him actually..

you need to utilizes your 30s 40s to good scores with good SR when you finish your innings..imrul just cant do that..he scores 30s 40s in 70 80 balls which puts unnecessary pressure on Shakib musfik and the lower oder

shakibrulz
June 9, 2012, 02:55 AM
Interesting stats there for Nabil Samad, good economy and average.

fuadomar
June 9, 2012, 03:04 AM
Ashraful was tremendous with ball. He had the 4th best economy with 3rd best average. I believe, if he played the rest of the matches, he would have been among top 5 wicket takers, too.

beshideshi
June 9, 2012, 03:04 AM
4 out of the top 5 wicket takers are SLA :\

BengaliPagol
June 9, 2012, 03:13 AM
i Know..i admire imrul's consistency..regardless of his SR we needed a consistent opener and IK provided one for us..acting foil is fine but his limitations showed once tamim got out, and when he needed to take the team home..one thing he hasn't showed..in a match when imrul is set and scoring runs i can never relax because i know he wont take the team to a good score or home if we are chasing, thats my problem with him actually..

you need to utilizes your 30s 40s to good scores with good SR when you finish your innings..imrul just cant do that..he scores 30s 40s in 70 80 balls which puts unnecessary pressure on Shakib musfik and the lower oder

I love Kayes. At times he has been the unsung hero of the team. But i know he isnt consistent but he should work towards improving that.

riankhan
June 9, 2012, 03:27 AM
Top job Fuadomar, appreciated :up:

crikss
June 9, 2012, 03:46 AM
OP thanks for the thread nice analysis

S.Ontique
June 9, 2012, 08:35 AM
I was thinking of doing the same but I guess I am a little late now :)

Mushfique was really outstanding this season and he broke 2 very old domestic records as well.Really hope he can continue this form in National level

I have prepared a similar thread but with more detailed stats like 5 wicket hauls,Boundararies hit,fifties and centuries,Fielding stats etc.

Would have posted here but it's a looong one and since the important stats are already posted,just giving the link if anyone is interested:http://bangladeshcricketlive.com/best-bangladeshi-performers-in-dpl-2011-12/

Zunaid
June 9, 2012, 10:03 AM
Looks like the admins of the "Cricket Bangladesh" FB page once again lifted from BanglaCricket without attribution. Now they have posted a status on the top 5 DPL performers as compiled by the OP. Of course, anyone could have done this independently - but why top 5.

BUT ... more interestingly ... Fouad spelled Al-Amin as "Al amin" and in their cut and paste haste, they also put "Al amin".

What does it hurt to give credit where credit is due. We are not in competition. We are all Bangladesh Cricket fans and we have the same passion and goals. Why not acknowledge a fellow fan? Of course, this is moot, if the OP is also an admin on the FB page.







ps: I have a screenshot :)

S.Ontique
June 9, 2012, 11:25 AM
Looks like the admins of the "Cricket Bangladesh" FB page once again lifted from BanglaCricket without attribution. Now they have posted a status on the top 5 DPL performers as compiled by the OP. Of course, anyone could have done this independently - but why top 5.

BUT ... more interestingly ... Fouad spelled Al-Amin as "Al amin" and in their cut and paste haste, they also put "Al amin".

What does it hurt to give credit where credit is due. We are not in competition. We are all Bangladesh Cricket fans and we have the same passion and goals. Why not acknowledge a fellow fan? Of course, this is moot, if the OP is also an admin on the FB page.







ps: I have a screenshot :)

Bro some pages do it all the time.Not only one particular page,most pages took stuff from our page and website as well.It doesn't hurt if you take the common news,but when someone compiles something on their own and writes something on their own and someone just steals it,it hurts.

TigerEz
June 9, 2012, 01:18 PM
Ontique bhai u calling the wrong dude "Bro"....Boss wont appreciate that :D

S.Ontique
June 9, 2012, 01:31 PM
Ontique bhai u calling the wrong dude "Bro"....Boss wont appreciate that :D

Apologies then.... I am still new here.So I need to know everyone first.You can teach me a thing or two.... :)

TigerEz
June 9, 2012, 01:41 PM
just ask anytime....

fiate2000
June 9, 2012, 05:24 PM
Very good analysis. OP thanks.

Hope players will maintain form for national team.

fiasnahk
June 9, 2012, 08:07 PM
I love stats like these! Things to note from these stats:

1) Mushfiq- I was wrong about him, he outscored everyone in bangladesh by a distance at a decent strike rate.
2) I was right about Mahmadullah. He has plenty of talent and outscored everyone but mushy. Give him a decent run in at 3 or 4 please. At least a series and then we can drop the idea if he does bad.
3)Nasir Hossain- proving his consistency
4) Kayes- If we cant find another opener to partner tamim in the next few series, then we need to give this guy a permanent role. He wasnt that bad, he just had a terrible series against Zim last year. Remember that 90 odd he scored against Aus last year at a decent SR?
5)How far down the list is Anamul?
6) Arafat Sunny- Interesting... someone to watch for a while? Please no more razzak for test matches. We need someone better to partner shakib as the 2nd spinner. Elias sunny or this sunny or any sunny will do.
7) Md. Ashraful- More than 20 wickets and one of the best economy rates? WTF

Gowza
June 9, 2012, 09:50 PM
Mushy did awesome and do did Riyad, anamul fell away and didn't do as well as we expected, elias should be given more chances in test matches. what I find interesting is Marshall ayub, great to see him back scoring lots of runs, he was a good prospect 5 years ago then went away but now he's on his way back, add him to list of guys fighting for a middle order spot

mali007
June 9, 2012, 10:27 PM
Hope Mushi can keep it up in the upcoming Int. encounters .

fuadomar
June 10, 2012, 02:59 AM
I didn't post it anywhere else or neither did anyone acknowledged or asked from me about it; Confirming :-)

- Writer of this thread

Looks like the admins of the "Cricket Bangladesh" FB page once again lifted from BanglaCricket without attribution. Now they have posted a status on the top 5 DPL performers as compiled by the OP. Of course, anyone could have done this independently - but why top 5.

BUT ... more interestingly ... Fouad spelled Al-Amin as "Al amin" and in their cut and paste haste, they also put "Al amin".

What does it hurt to give credit where credit is due. We are not in competition. We are all Bangladesh Cricket fans and we have the same passion and goals. Why not acknowledge a fellow fan? Of course, this is moot, if the OP is also an admin on the FB page.







ps: I have a screenshot :)