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Sohel
June 30, 2012, 02:25 AM
If Rokibul Hasan can be our Ricky Ponting, I don't see how Mohammad Nazimuddin cannot be our own Virat Kohli/Hashim Amla in T20Is, ODIs and tests.

Let the love flow forth for this exquisite timer of the ball, this test class blessing for our country, this prince of an international cricketer we're proud to call one of our own. :notworthy:

http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/3056/143782.jpg

BANFAN
June 30, 2012, 04:00 AM
Waiting for Antora's reaction ... Since he is her most fav player ...:)

What I don't like about him is his lack of foot movement... Although he gets away with it in sub con but would find it difficult else where... Well that's more or less many of our batsman's problem too... So, why not, let the love flow and all our players grow... He is otherwise in for the Test Matches I guess.

Sohel
June 30, 2012, 04:04 AM
He has a cute kid he's teaching cricket to. The future is brighter than ever now.

BengaliPagol
June 30, 2012, 04:09 AM
whats with the hate?

cricheart
June 30, 2012, 04:26 AM
<LABEL for=rb_optionnumber_3><INPUT id=rb_optionnumber_3 name=optionnumber value=3 CHECKED type=radio>Better than Kohli</LABEL>
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<LABEL for=rb_optionnumber_4>Cant I choose both?! :o :)</LABEL>

M.H.Rubel
June 30, 2012, 04:55 AM
Nazimuddin has a poor foot work.His timing is mediocar.So apparently he dont have anything to succeed in international level.But he have temperament and good ball selection.He can leave the ball well.This is why he is succeeds in F C matches. I liked how he played in test cricket.I hope he will play only tests.Though #3-4
will suit him better than opening.

Jadukor
June 30, 2012, 04:56 AM
I guess we have too much of a break between series. Useless thread to bash one of our own cricketers who is already out of the team.

Antora
June 30, 2012, 06:16 AM
I don't know how to react to this! I guess it would've been funnier had I opened this thread =p

Antora
June 30, 2012, 06:17 AM
He has a cute kid he's teaching cricket to. The future is brighter than ever now.

Oh yeah :-| ...

playmaker
June 30, 2012, 07:36 AM
Our future is as ***y as it gets day by day thanks to such world class players.

shame on u sohel bhai for comparing amla and kohli to the likes of SIR nazimuddin, he is the tendulkar of the present :cool:

simon
June 30, 2012, 07:53 AM
Nazim needs only a handful of matches to outscore Koheli or Amla.:up:

Maysun
June 30, 2012, 07:57 AM
Everyone jumping on the bashing bandwagon. We praised him so much at one point saying he was Tamim's definite partner in Tests..

simon
June 30, 2012, 08:01 AM
Everyone jumping on the bashing bandwagon. We praised him so much at one point saying he was Tamim's definite partner in Tests..

absolument!
and that's when I opened Nazim official thread. :rolleyes:
I really want to see him in tests.not yet for ODIs & T20S.

Zeeshan
June 30, 2012, 08:37 AM
you guys take cricket seriously around here, huh?

Btw there should be multiple options.

Naimul_Hd
June 30, 2012, 09:34 AM
This video reminds me of 'Roqibul' and 'Nazim' ! :)

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Sohel
June 30, 2012, 09:47 AM
This video reminds me of 'Roqibul' and 'Nazim' ! :)

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But why Mehrab Jr. from :15 to :17? Is it because he's our Yuvraj Singh ready to happen?

Sohel
June 30, 2012, 09:52 AM
I don't know how to react to this! I guess it would've been funnier had I opened this thread =p

Shahadat Hossain Rajib, our Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel rolled into one handsome package needs a definitive thread. Maybe you can do that particular honor?

Naimul_Hd
June 30, 2012, 09:59 AM
But why Mehrab Jr. from :15 to :17? Is it because he's our Yuvraj Singh ready to happen?

That's Big Z, sohel bhai ! Mehrab Jr is a history now :)

Sohel
June 30, 2012, 10:02 AM
That's Big Z, sohel bhai ! Mehrab Jr is a history now :)

My bad. I should've guessed from the height and shaved face. Big Z is our Gayle/Cook ready to happen BTW :)

mij
June 30, 2012, 10:16 AM
This video reminds me of 'Roqibul' and 'Nazim' ! :)

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:up::up::up::up::up::up:

playmaker
June 30, 2012, 12:22 PM
the rock has a decent technique but poor execution of shots, as simple as that

BD Rox
June 30, 2012, 01:04 PM
Is this a 'sarcasm' thread???????
As great as Kohli
As great as Amla
Better than Kohli
Better than Amla
He isn't even close to them. Can't compare.
:facepalm:

TigerEz
June 30, 2012, 01:09 PM
u cant even compare him to ashraful.......how can u compare him to kohli and amla?

BD Rox
June 30, 2012, 01:13 PM
u cant even compare him to ashraful.......how can u compare him to kohli and amla?
Bang on, spot on...................:up::up::up:

ahnaf
June 30, 2012, 01:48 PM
Classic thread.. It would have been great if you had add SRT in the poll.. :lol:
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Antora
June 30, 2012, 07:13 PM
Shahadat Hossain Rajib, our Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel rolled into one handsome package needs a definitive thread. Maybe you can do that particular honor?

thak dorkar nai :-| :-| :-|

Is this a 'sarcasm' thread???????
As great as Kohli
As great as Amla
Better than Kohli
Better than Amla
He isn't even close to them. Can't compare.
:facepalm:

clearly it's sarcasm :facepalm:

BengaliPagol
June 30, 2012, 07:45 PM
Everyone jumping on the bashing bandwagon. We praised him so much at one point saying he was Tamim's definite partner in Tests..

yeah thats what i thought as well. Im confused.

Sohel
June 30, 2012, 11:51 PM
clearly it's sarcasm :facepalm:

It is not dear Antora. I don't have the guts post anything sarcastic about Nazim Amla or Mohammad Kohlimuddin, and never will.

lamisa
June 30, 2012, 11:53 PM
this is what lack of cricket does to people! *facepalm*

Sohel
July 1, 2012, 12:18 AM
I was emotionally blackmailed into opening this thread by a 15YO Chittagonian nephew with the mental capacity of an 8YO with ADD. He has moobs and we all love him to death when not robbing him of overpriced junk food.

Anyway, he lurks around this Forum pretty much every hour of the 24 hour cycle, thank's to the iPad his mother bought him, and called me immediately after seeing the newly opened "The Rock" thread. It was a couple of days ago at 3:03AM BDST and he was sobbing as though his younger sister just robbed him of fried chicken.

"Jodi Rocky eyakhon abar arekta thread pay tahole Nazim kyano pah-beh-naaaa?"

The combination of his profound nyakami, sadness and outrage compelled me to open this thread or else, and I did.

Zeeshan
July 1, 2012, 12:29 AM
I was emotionally blackmailed into opening this thread by a 15YO Chittagonian nephew with the mental capacity of an 8YO with ADD. He has moobs and we all love him to death when not robbing him of overpriced junk food.

Anyway, he lurks around this Forum pretty much every hour of the 24 hour cycle, that's to the iPad his mother bought him, and called me immediately after seeing the newly opened "The Rock" thread. It was a couple of days ago at 3:03AM BDST and he was sobbing as though his younger sister just robbed him of fried chicken.

"Jodi Rocky eyakhon abar arekta thread pay tahole Nazim kyano pah-beh-naaaa?"

The combination of his profound nyakami, sadness and outrage compelled me to open this thread or else, and I did.
yu mad bro?:big_hug:

Sohel
July 1, 2012, 12:33 AM
yu mad bro?:big_hug:

Getting there for sure.

Nadim
July 1, 2012, 03:03 AM
Ophicial thread for Nazimuddin :D

http://banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=39465

Zeeshan
July 1, 2012, 03:51 AM
2 in 2 naddu...2 in 2...HOLLER!

Sohel
July 1, 2012, 03:52 AM
This is a different kind of Nazimuddin Thread and should not be merged IMNSHO.

Sohel
July 1, 2012, 05:12 AM
Kothakar kon Hashim Amla?

http://nimg.sulekha.com/sports/original700/faf-du-plessis-hashim-amla-dale-steyn-2011-2-11-11-11-3.jpg


Naki :flag: AMADER SHAURNOSHAUNTAN :flag: Nazim Amla?

http://img840.imageshack.us/img840/2852/n1438281.jpg

Difficult choice, I'd say :umm:

Sohel
July 1, 2012, 05:28 AM
A couple of old threads of mine from when Kohlimuddin burst into the international scene:

1) Praising Nazimuddin in a gayebi match (http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=23680)

Nazimuddin continues to shine where others don’t, at least not nearly as much, and looks to be our ace-in-the-hole in this tournament and possibly others yet to come. He is that special player nobody took much notice of and he’s making sure that they do. This young Chittagonian too has outstanding shots at his arsenal, and the right attitude to apply them effectively. The 9.25 run rate in the match is largely his work with the bat. Third match in a row where he deserved to be the MOM, and the second match where he has been. Just look at these number again and put a cheery on top: -

Nazimuddin not out 74 62 42 9 3 176.19

I will throw that cautious optimism to the wind and proclaim that a star is born, and he is here to stay by the supreme grace of Allah.


2) Losing faith after actually watching him play (http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=24404)

III. Reality versus expectation, Mohammad Nazimuddin.

We start forming ideas about a player whose stats look pretty darn good in comparison to others, start rooting for him, and then find ourselves in the precarious position where instead of relishing the answers we were so eagerly anticipating through the expected performance of our new hero, we can think of only one question, an embarrassing question we can only ask ourselves: “What the F was I thinking?” I fear Mohammad Nazimuddin is one such player.

His performances in the T20WC preparatory tournament in Kenya, especially his stellar performance against the eventual World runners-up Pakistan and its formidable fast bowling attack, were not actually SEEN by anyone other than those in the stands in Nairobi. Naturally, after coming deliciously close to an always rare T20 hundred against our former masters, he was quickly catapulted to the often-ephemeral position of an overnight sensation of Bangladeshi cricket, and possibly the next big thing it has to offer to the world in the not too distant future. A nation of passionate cricket fans in the hundreds of millions, we hate loosing and therefore tend to be understandably impatient with the rate of our progress at the highest level of international cricket. We are always looking for a savior or two, and desperately want, almost like hormonally driven teenagers, the ‘input’ to meet the ‘expectation’. Not surprisingly, most of us believed that the newest marauder from the eastern shores of the Bay was going to be an answer to our prayers, without actually seeing how he managed to get those runs against the world-class pacers from Pakistan. We all imagined him to be another Aftab Ahmed who could possibly stay on the wicket longer and thereby benefiting his team, our team, the way it should be benefited by a top order batsman.

Then the real T20WC was on TV, we saw him bat and I dare say, DID NOT like what we saw. Our high expectations were not met and we found ourselves in that all too familiar corner of Room 00 in the basement of Heartbreak Hotel, Bangladesh. If was not just the fact that he couldn’t score runs, but also the awkward and technically unsound manner in which he was trying to stay on the wicket in order to score those much anticipated runs which never came from his bat. He quickly became another “zero from hero” as the tournament ended horribly for all of our top order batsmen except Aftab Ahmed in general, the classy Zunaed Siddique previously spelled with a J, and skipper Mohammad Ashraful Matin with his magnificent and match-winning knock against the West Indies.

Then the boys were back home to show us what they’ve learned from that experience as the new and improved NCL - the ONLY first class and List A tournament in the country based on selection - provided the opportunity for them to do so. Mohammad Nazimuddin, not surprisingly, has continued to score runs in the league and stay amongst the top 5 scorers as he has done in previous seasons, but failed to make a good impression in this fan’s mind with his unsound methods just like last year. Familiar apprehensions from last season’s NCL continue to mitigate his achievements in the NCL, and create serious doubts in my mind as to his readiness for the highest level of international cricket.

After watching him bat closely during the course of Chittagong’s FC and List A matches against the no frills mediocrity of Dhaka’s bowling attack without Shahadat Hossain Rajib out sick and in recovery, those doubts have become more deeply rooted than ever.

His skittish yet weirdly lazy footwork especially inside the crease makes him an ideal LBW candidate against any decent seamer in the world. Imagine a combination of Javed Omar and Tushar Imran facing the likes of Shane Bond or Daryl Tuffey, and maybe you can empathize with my fears. He looks comically lost dealing with anything above the waist delivered with any kind of pace. Also not at all a clean hitter of the ball, he is slow to pick up the pitch and line of deliveries early, and looked in obvious discomfort facing the dubious might of Sharif, Robin, Niaz and Rubel. He struggled to decipher and read the painfully gentle flight, loop and pace variations he faced from no frills, limited, but tenacious slow bowlers like Rubel, and was totally out-classed facing the quality of a resurgent Mohammad Rafiq, in fact the only quality bowling he faced during his trip to Dhaka. During his recent most 5 days of cricket, he and his comfort levels never looked liked anything other than a live, hazy video-stream buffering way too often. Vettori and Patel are more than likely to turn his batting into a low resolution thumbnail which becomes even lower in resolution once you click to enlarge, if he manages to survive the Kiwi seamers first.

I think until he improves technically, meaning improves his footwork both in and outside the crease, consistently closes the gap between his bat and pad, learns to play cleanly with a straighter bat with his head where it should be, and does whatever he needs to do to improve his hand-eye coordination against quality pacers and turners of the ball, he needs to wait before an ODI debut which can benefit his country alongside his own confidence levels. I feel that he’s at least two years of hard work away from a proper international debut, and is far behind other, more technically sound top order prospects led by Zunaed Siddique, a resurgent Nafees Iqbal, this year’s Imrul Kayes, a dramatically improved Tamim Iqbal, a back-in-rhythm Nazmus Sadat, the steadily improving Jahirul Islam are all ahead of him in that order, and in all forms of the sport. Grammatically correct grafters like Mehrab Hossain Jr. and Mushfiqur Rahim, not to mention a still out-of-form and impertinently spacy Shahriar Nafees, are also far ahead of him technically when it comes to top order batting in test matches.

IV. A humble opinion.

It is true that there have been technically unsound batsmen in international cricket who have produced a lot for their sides, but they tend to be few and far between batsmen who contribute by harnessing their talent within the bounds of batting fundamentals, and consequently apply themselves when it counts the most. What we’re talking about here is the unseen wonders of Mohammad Nazimuddin within the confines of a Bangladeshi reality, and not the well-document production of exceptions to the rules of cricketing grammar like Javed Miandad, Virendar Sehwag or Chris Gayle. If seeing is indeed believing, then Nazim still has miles to go before making me believe that he is capable of coming close to the productivity of the wonderful aberrations mentioned above.

Naimul_Hd
July 1, 2012, 06:31 AM
Ophicial thread for Nazimuddin :D

http://banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=39465

Am i the only one who hadn't posted any comment on that thread ? Do i need to explain anymore what i think of him :)

playmaker
July 1, 2012, 06:40 AM
tar mane buchchi, nazimuddin is a better soccer player than amla and kohli :umm:

Sohel
July 1, 2012, 06:59 AM
Oh yeah :-| ...

http://i1235.photobucket.com/albums/ff430/zsayeed/2011_12_14_22_1_b.jpg

Just look at the cutie premeditating to block a full toss just like daddy. Daddy's telling him how premeditate blocking a half-volleys as well before having a swing with the eyes shut nice and tight.

lamisa
July 4, 2012, 12:37 AM
^^^ looks more like a jharu shot to me! :P

Sohel
July 4, 2012, 12:47 AM
^You're right of course, but look at his lidol feetz! Nowhere near the line on the ball, and his head isn't over the front foot either. In fact, there is no front foot. I bet although he's playing a haphazard sweep shot, he was preparing for an awkwardly executed premeditated block. Daddy's teaching him well.

fiasnahk
July 5, 2012, 11:21 PM
I don't like these bashing threads on our own players when they havent done anything wrong and have tried their best when called upon. He has a bad technique fine, he isnt in the team anymore because of it. Hes done a lot better in domestic cricket that alot of the 'star' who apparently have good technique *cough* assfool *cough*

Sohel
July 20, 2012, 12:38 AM
[বাংলা]‘আমারও হয়তো দোষ আছে’[/বাংলা]

(Ya think??? :facepalm:)

[বাংলা]টি-টোয়েন্টিতে আপনার পারফরম্যান্স খারাপ নয়। অথচ টি-টোয়েন্টির ভরা মৌসুমে আপনি দলের বাইরে...

নাজিমউদ্দিন: কিছু করার নেই। টি-টোয়েন্টি ক্রিকেট আমি খুবই উপভোগ করি। কিন্তু ভাগ্য খারাপ। আর জাতীয় দলে থাকা আর জাতীয় দলের বাইরে থাকা পুরো আলাদা ব্যাপার। তবে আমারও হয়তো দোষ আছে। যদি আরেকটু ভালো খেলতাম, ফিট থাকতাম, তাহলে হয়তো আমি থাকতাম দলে।[/বাংলা]

READ MORE (http://www.prothom-alo.com/detail/date/2012-07-20/news/275283)

Your T20 performances aren't that bad, yet you're out of the team during this T20 filled season ...

Nazimuddin: Nothing can be done. I enjoy T20 cricket very much. But I'm out of luck. And staying in the national team is totally different from staying out of it. Maybe I also have some flaws. If I had played a little better and were a little fitter, then maybe I'd have been in the team.


Another one of our "sports reporters" doing his real job: lobbying for another Crybaby Maybe not fit to play a man's game at the highest level because he has NO CLUE where his offstump or footwork or n*ts**k is :clap: :clap: :clap:

Jadukor
July 20, 2012, 01:56 AM
Question gula shob shomoi mone hoi tailor made. Seen too many of these sort of interviews when ash gets dropped.

Zeeshan
July 20, 2012, 02:44 AM
Question gula shob shomoi mone hoi tailor made. Seen too many of these sort of interviews when ash gets dropped.

Well six sells. And le homme has that je ne sais quoi six appeal...feel me?

Sohel
July 20, 2012, 03:20 AM
^I feel you bro. Our hautobhaga Nazimuddin is indeed a tragic hero of Sixpearian proportions.

Hyate silo hiru, hyter bhaiggo kori dilo jiru.

playmaker
July 20, 2012, 04:36 AM
Amaro kichu dosh ase? - Dosh shob tomar, national teamer jonno ekbaro bhalo na khele kemne expect kore eto dur aste?

Tiger444
July 20, 2012, 07:50 AM
Another one of our "sports reporters" doing his real job: lobbying for another Crybaby Maybe not fit to play a man's game at the highest level because he has NO CLUE where his offstump or footwork or n*ts**k is :clap: :clap: :clap:

Referring to the journalist here. His T20 stats were not bad? His SR for the BPL was in the 90's. If that's not bad than I don't know what is.

Also why has it taken it so long to realize his flaws? The ice bath wasn't a reminder that he needs to be fitter? And his flaws remain the same after all these years. The footwork's still poor, shot selection is poor so why doesnt he realize this. C'mon bro try to fix these flaws up if you wanna come back!

zinatf
September 24, 2012, 10:15 AM
CALLING SOHEL BHAI :lol:

http://eprothomalo.com/contents/2012/2012_09_24/content_zoom/2012_09_24_23_6_b.jpg

M.H.Rubel
September 24, 2012, 01:13 PM
I hope Nazimudding get well soon. His injury compled him to take rest otherwise we could have tested him through 2 A team series.

cricbook
September 25, 2012, 12:13 AM
sorry to say......u didn't find any topic or any person that we can really vote........what is this????? talk abt nazimuddin...r u kidding mate???? he is the one of the most wanted culprit for losing asia cup to pakistan....so my vote to u ...pls remove this thread..unless open abt someone really worth....like sakib or nasir.:-/:-/:-/:-/:-/:-/:-/

Sohel
September 25, 2012, 02:57 AM
We lose whenever Nazimuddin's not in the side. Just look at our overall win-loss record in all 3 formats and then see just how many of those Bangladesh teams had Nazimuddin in them. I bet over 99% of losses were with teams without Mohammad Kohlimuddin Amla, the tragic hero of BD cricket. Then look at our wins with teams with the man playing. I bet you'll come upon a much higher percentage.

If we lose when happens to be in the side, it's always someone else's fault.

Zeeshan
September 25, 2012, 03:42 AM
We lose whenever Nazimuddin's not in the side. Just look at our overall win-loss record in all 3 formats and then see just how many of those Bangladesh teams had Nazimuddin in them. I bet over 99% of losses were with teams without Mohammad Kohlimuddin Amla, the tragic hero of BD cricket. Then look at our wins with teams with the man playing. I bet you'll come upon a much higher percentage.

If we lose when happens to be in the side, it's always someone else's fault.

Sounds like a good fodder for a stat based -Aks Steven article! (Also a viable theory still remains about Shamim affecting our games too.)

Sohel
November 18, 2012, 01:56 AM
Nazza! has been hitting the nets hard because he may see some action in Khulna. Intensive batting, express bowling, leg spin and slip fielding session for this most complete of cricketers since Sir Gary. So much to offer, so much to do, so little time ...

Sohel
November 20, 2012, 10:46 PM
The conspiracy must stop NOW!

Isnaad
November 20, 2012, 11:39 PM
He was surely heading for a double century wasn't he? :rolleyes:

Sohel
November 20, 2012, 11:58 PM
He was surely heading for a double century wasn't he? :rolleyes:

He still is. It's just our other players are scoring the runs he so generously donated to his less talented teammates. He does this when the opposition bowlers aren't good enough to challenge him on the pitch or intellectually.

MyRoom
November 21, 2012, 02:36 AM
I always knew he was a failure poor scores anyway in his last 12 recent matches. Anamul should've had a chance selectors missed the trick here.

Ian Pont
November 21, 2012, 03:57 AM
I hope once and for all the Nazimuddin love from the selectors ends.

IMO he is not International quality. I know for a fact that Habibul Bahsar loves this guy. Anamul is missing out badly. Very poor selection indeed

Sohel
November 21, 2012, 04:09 AM
^HaBa's not the only one Ian. Fellow Chittagonians Akram and Nannu also believe in him. Scoring 75 ball 30s will keep him in the team as long as these selectors are there.

Jadukor
November 21, 2012, 08:25 PM
Nazza! Unlucky chilo. The ball hit his body and lobbed up for short leg. 2nd innings e dekhai dibe batting kaake bole

SS
November 21, 2012, 08:45 PM
Nazza will score a quick fire 30+ on second innings along with quickfire 30+ from SN which will propel our total for second innings to 250...and thus they will show us that they are the best top orders

Tiger444
November 21, 2012, 08:50 PM
I hope once and for all the Nazimuddin love from the selectors ends.

IMO he is not International quality. I know for a fact that Habibul Bahsar loves this guy. Anamul is missing out badly. Very poor selection indeed

Your right coach he's not. After this match, hopefully we drop him for good. Him playing ahead of Anamul is just craziness. Heck I would take Jahurul, Junaid, and SN over him any day.

Sohel
November 22, 2012, 12:36 AM
I doubt that without The Nazza! magnanimously donating his runs to Nasir, Riyad and Raju, we'd have the quasi respectable total we have in the first innings. Be grateful people!

M.H.Rubel
November 22, 2012, 01:08 AM
Yes Nazimmuddin is not an International quality. But the problem is In top order who we have with International quality other than Tamim? Are Kayes, Zunaid, SN,test quality? I am tired of all this proven failure. Only hope here is Anamul. To me it was not a good Idea from the selectors to think Nazimuddin as test opener.I was amazed when he opened last year. But I liked one thing that is his temperament. Most importantly he can leave the balls well and he dont temped too much by the deliveries out side off.

Sohel
November 22, 2012, 07:44 AM
I hope we get see Nazza! bat at some point in time tomorrow.

KaaL-PurusH
November 22, 2012, 08:18 AM
Nazza must feed akram & nannu every now and then to be within their sight

MyRoom
November 22, 2012, 11:03 AM
Totally agree with Ian, Nazimuddin is just not good enough at International Cricket he averages a pathetic 12 or 13 in ODIs and was one of the major reasons we lost the Asia Cup final sorry but true 16 runs off 51 odd balls say it all. Shahriar Nafees may be inconsistent but he averages far better than him in all forms but ideally I'll have Anamul Haque replace him. When the ODI series comes up where Bangladesh have a far realistic chance of winning, then Anamul is the obvious pick for those games but whether to put him at 2 or 3 is debatable.

Sohel
November 24, 2012, 01:39 AM
Victimized again.

Rifat_02
November 24, 2012, 01:42 AM
All credit goes to Akram Khan and Co. for such a clever selection yet again, Nazimuddin has been a resounding success. Who needs Anamul Haque when you have Nazimuddin/Junaed Siddique?

MyRoom
November 24, 2012, 07:13 AM
Don't worry! after his disastrous performance in this test match, he will never be selected again I hope!

Isnaad
November 24, 2012, 07:52 AM
Very well played. A knock worth remembering.

mac
November 24, 2012, 07:58 AM
Quality batting, Nasir should take a lesson from him.

Sohel
November 24, 2012, 08:16 AM
Very well played. A knock worth remembering.

Indeed! I've never seen an opening batsman use his pad to actually hide that bat from a straight delivery. Genius!

Hats off to all of his fans but especially to our selectors. It takes unusual talent to recognize such potential giants of the game. Not at all surprised that some of them are also amazing at reinventing the English language whenever they post something outside the usual CI copy/paste. Some call it embarrassing perpetration, I call it postmodern revisionism with a hint of Dada :notworthy:

BTW, his early dismissal eventually prompted Da Shakstah and Nassa to come in early and play with care. So in a way, he was the harbinger of our limited recovery.

oronnya
November 24, 2012, 08:55 AM
Wowww what can I say about you dear Nazza :big_hug:

I wish I could meet you someday and get your autograph ... Shonar frame e badhiye rakhar moto jinish hobe oita..

And who spotted your talent again??? He must be a genius in talent hunting :notworthy:

Sohel
November 27, 2012, 02:01 AM
That's right guys, he is utter crap, and those incapable of recognizing this obvious fact obviously confuse him with chocolate mousse.

His international career is finally over, so it's time to grace us with pushing another NCL hero.

MyRoom
November 27, 2012, 09:18 AM
Him and his friend Shahadat were the ones that cost us the Asia Cup leaving us devastated and preventing the team from achieving a historical moment in Cricketing history, sorry it sounds harsh but true. In fact, as the game was finished, should've seen Nazimuddin face in shock towards the window and Shahadat lying flat on the chair because both of them know what mistake they have done.