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March 15, 2004, 01:08 AM
Overall, this one-day series confirmed that Bangladesh are on their way up. All they needed was one victory, and the confidence gained from that should make them much more formidable opponents in the future ... especially for Zimbabwe. Next time these two teams meet, it could be Bangladesh who start as favourites.
This is what we got out of this series. Not bad at all.
Adios from me the crickipagol. Meet you guys on next West Indies tour.
March 15, 2004, 12:43 PM
kothata kintu mittha na. hoito amra series jitte pari nee. kintu confidence kintu amader akhon pahar shoman bere geche. akti joi kintu amader dorkar chilo ebong sheta kintu amra peye geche. akhon playerra kintu jane je jitte kemon lage. ebong jitar jonno kibhabe khelte hoi. shutorang bhobishote kintu amra aro joi pabo bole asha kori. ebong asha kori bangladesh ar ai bijoydhara west indies eo bojai thakbe. dannabad.
March 16, 2004, 12:22 PM
"The plain fact is that Bangladesh would have won all three one-day matches had it not been for the allround skills and iron temperament of Streak. "
March 16, 2004, 01:11 PM
no doubt about that. oibeta beshi bhalo khele. actually he is the most experienced in both the teams and he is the one who made the difference between the two teams.
March 16, 2004, 01:17 PM
i see this line are being used too much. several thread and also the article on front page "aftermath..." uses this. we have to make sure we don't get too amased about it.
March 17, 2004, 06:40 AM
I think it is a fair statement. Looking at Streak's career and stat, he does have a towering influence on Zimbabwe cricket. They have definetely passed the Flower era and are going thru a difficult transition as opposed to BD, who are on the up.
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