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Zunaid
June 1, 2004, 09:33 PM
Halfway through this series and we have borken many records and achieved many milestnes. I'm trying to collect all the interesting tid-bits and stats and facts and figures to remember this memorable day.

Just to get you all started, here's just a few - from different angles. (all for Tests)

1. Largest combined 2-innings total for BD. Last was v Pakistan at Peshawar.
2. First instance of more than 1 centurion in the same match.
3. First century for Rafique and Pilot
4. Highest scores for both above.
5. One of the longest innings in terms of minutes and balls faced - guess who :)
6. First instance of BD declaring
7. Largest 1st innings lead.
8. Largest target to opponent ever,

etc etc.

Please come forth with more :) There are plenty...

reverse_swing
June 1, 2004, 09:37 PM
u didn't mention any partnership records

Zunaid
June 1, 2004, 09:41 PM
Didn't have time to reserach everything - but y'all could contribute.... C'mon lets celebrate :)

Navarene
June 1, 2004, 09:42 PM
A new 9th wicket partnership record between Pilot and Tapash? The previous one was of Pilot-Mashrafe.

reverse_swing
June 1, 2004, 09:48 PM
8th 87 Mohammad Ashraful & Mohammad Rafique

9th 74 Tapash Baisya & Khaled Mashud

10th 46 Mohammad Rafique & Tareq Aziz

reverse_swing
June 1, 2004, 09:50 PM
previous 10th wk partnership record was also 46.

Zunaid
June 1, 2004, 10:46 PM
Where is TinTin when you need him.

Khaled Mashud's 103* was scored facing (possibly) the third highest number of balls.

Here they are:
who, when, score, balls , minutes

Aminul Islam
India in Bangladesh 2000/01 (Only Test)
145, 380, 535

Javed Omar
Bangladesh in Pakistan 2003/04 (2nd Test)
119, 357, 493

Khaled Mashud
Bangladesh in West Indies 2004 (1st Test)
103*, 334, 281

Quite possibly the number of minutes at crease may be a record of some sort.

Also consider both #8, #9 scored centuries

Rubu
June 1, 2004, 10:46 PM
doc, how could u forget the most discussed one. no, not having enough time is not an excuse.

the hightest team total ever 416.

here are some more:

the highest match total ever (416+271)=687 (covers in largest target to opponent ever)
(negative)maximum catch drop

Zunaid
June 1, 2004, 10:57 PM
I did not forget that AS - I just listed *some* of the records... have to leave some of the easy ones for everyone else :)

Here's a quiz: Pilot achieved another milestone this Test. What is it?

reverse_swing
June 1, 2004, 11:00 PM
50 dismissals?

[Edited on 2-6-2004 by reverse_swing]

Carte Blanche
June 1, 2004, 11:10 PM
Here's a record that I liked. Before this test I've never heard someone say "century marsee" :D

Rafiq :bravo:

Zunaid
June 1, 2004, 11:19 PM
Originally posted by reverse_swing
50 dismissals?


Spot on...

Other approachign milestones:

Bashar 18 away from 2000 Test runs.

Other batting milestones possible.

Javed Omar 93 away from 1000
Pilot 166 from 1000 - possible?
Rajin 75 away from 500
Faisal 3 away from 10

Bowling Milestone:

Mohammad "century mairsee" Rafique 5 away from 50 wickets

Nasif
June 1, 2004, 11:25 PM
Originally posted by Zunaid
Faisal 3 away from 10


LOL, now that was funny :D :D :D hahaha

chinaman
June 1, 2004, 11:32 PM
First instance of more than 1 centurion in the same match.
Umm, second instance. First was vs Pak by Gullu a Bashar I think.

First instance of centuries in both innings.
Most dropped catches by BD in an innings!
Batting continiously on to the third day.
First time facing 4 pacers.

And above all:

First time rain saved the opposition from being defeated.
First time the opposition felt tiger's bite.

Beamer
June 1, 2004, 11:37 PM
We all know the good ones. There were some bad records as well. For example, hannan is in the history book alongside few others, to be dismissed first ball in the match, twice I suppose. And the Nine dropped catches ( six regulation ) could be some sort of record as well. We must avoid the recurring collapses in the middle as well. Had it not been for mashud, rafiq, rajin and tapash for an improbable fightback, we would be talking about another loss in a very simmilar manner. But, I believe this valiant effort by our lower order will do magic for the people in top. They showed that if you stick it out and don't gift your wkts by bad balls, runs can be made in test cricket. Rajin, hannan and others will be teased for not boasting a test century like rafiq and pilot. This draw was a victory in more ways than one.

Zunaid
June 1, 2004, 11:37 PM
Originally posted by chinaman

First instance of more than 1 centurion in the same match.
Umm, second instance. First was vs Pak by Gullu a Bashar I think.


Gullu's was at Peshwar and Sumon's was at Karachi.

Centurions for Bangladesh:

145 Aminul Islam v India at Dhaka, Only Test, 2000/01
114 Mohammad Ashraful v Sri Lanka at Colombo (SSC), Asia-Test, 2001/02
108 Habibul Bashar v Zimbabwe at Chittagong, 2nd Test, 2001/02
108 Habibul Bashar v Pakistan at Karachi, 1st Test, 2003
119 Javed Omar v Pakistan at Peshawar, 2nd Test, 2003
113 Habibul Bashar v West Indies at Gros Islet, 1st Test, 2004
103* Khaled Mashud v West Indies at Gros Islet, 1st Test, 2004
111 Mohammad Rafique v West Indies at Gros Islet, 1st Test, 2004

rafiq
June 2, 2004, 02:41 AM
I could have sworn there were more!

1st 44 Hannan Sarkar & Al Sahariar Chittagong 2002/03
2nd 121 Javed Omar & Habibul Bashar Gros Islet 2004
3rd 50 Habibul Bashar & Rajin Saleh Gros Islet 2004
4th 64 Mohammad Ashraful & Sanwar Hossain Chittagong 2002/03
5th 26 Mohammad Ashraful & Alok Kapali Chittagong 2002/03
6th 73 Khaled Mashud & Alok Kapali Dhaka 2002/03
7th 73 Alok Kapali & Enamul Haque Chittagong 2002/03
8th 87 Mohammad Ashraful & Mohammad Rafique Gros Islet 2004
9th 74 Tapash Baisya & Khaled Mashud Gros Islet 2004
10th 46 Mohammad Rafique & Tareq Aziz Gros Islet 2004

Ahmed_B
June 2, 2004, 02:47 AM
Isn't it the first instance of 3 test centuries in one match for BD also??
:D

mzia
June 2, 2004, 03:13 AM
Originally posted by crickethorizon
Isn't it the first instance of 3 test centuries in one match for BD also??
:D

Yes I think century wise this test is remarkable with all others,

Maximum 100 in a match, 3

Maximum 100 in an innings, 2

1st time 100 in both innings.

Hasibul
June 2, 2004, 04:14 AM
Sorry MZIA:)
100 in both innings we have before Vs Pakistan
Habibul Bashar and Javed Omar:fanflag:

mzia
June 2, 2004, 05:42 AM
Originally posted by Hasibul
Sorry MZIA:)
100 in both innings we have before Vs Pakistan
Habibul Bashar and Javed Omar:fanflag:

Is it?

In which test?

pagol-chagol
June 2, 2004, 06:03 AM
Originally posted by rafiq

5th 26 Mohammad Ashraful & Alok Kapali Chittagong 2002/03



This is crazy. This is a record? Whats going on with our 5th wicket partnership?
:info:

pagol-chagol
June 2, 2004, 06:04 AM
The most amazing record that may never be broken was:

11 th batsman saw through 2 centuries.

deshibhai
June 2, 2004, 06:24 AM
The correct test partnership records for Bangladesh are:

1st 73 Al Sahariar & Javed Omar v Zimbabwe Chittagong 2001/02
2nd 167 Habibul Bashar & Javed Omar v Pakistan Peshawar 2003
3rd 130 Javed Omar & Mohammad Ashraful v Pakistan Peshawar 2003
4th 114 Habibul Bashar & Mehrab Hossain v Zimbabwe Harare 2000/01
5th 126 Aminul Islam & Mohammad Ashraful v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 2001/02
6th 97 Mohammad Ashraful & Mushfiqur Rahman v Zimbabwe Harare 2003/04
7th 93 Khaled Mashud & Aminul Islam v India Dhaka 2000/01
8th 87 Mohammad Ashraful & Mohammad Rafique v West Indies Gros Islet 2004
9th 74 Tapash Baisya & Khaled Mashud v West Indies Gros Islet 2004
10th 46 Khaled Mashud & Manjural Islam v Zimbabwe Harare 2003/04
46 Mohammad Rafique & Tareq Aziz v West Indies Gros Islet 2004


Originally posted by rafiq
I could have sworn there were more!

1st 44 Hannan Sarkar & Al Sahariar Chittagong 2002/03
2nd 121 Javed Omar & Habibul Bashar Gros Islet 2004
3rd 50 Habibul Bashar & Rajin Saleh Gros Islet 2004
4th 64 Mohammad Ashraful & Sanwar Hossain Chittagong 2002/03
5th 26 Mohammad Ashraful & Alok Kapali Chittagong 2002/03
6th 73 Khaled Mashud & Alok Kapali Dhaka 2002/03
7th 73 Alok Kapali & Enamul Haque Chittagong 2002/03
8th 87 Mohammad Ashraful & Mohammad Rafique Gros Islet 2004
9th 74 Tapash Baisya & Khaled Mashud Gros Islet 2004
10th 46 Mohammad Rafique & Tareq Aziz Gros Islet 2004

mzia
June 2, 2004, 07:35 AM
Originally posted by mzia
Originally posted by Hasibul
Sorry MZIA:)
100 in both innings we have before Vs Pakistan
Habibul Bashar and Javed Omar:fanflag:

Is it?

In which test?



Gullu's was at Peshwar and Sumon's was at Karachi.

Centurions for Bangladesh:

145 Aminul Islam v India at Dhaka, Only Test, 2000/01
114 Mohammad Ashraful v Sri Lanka at Colombo (SSC), Asia-Test, 2001/02
108 Habibul Bashar v Zimbabwe at Chittagong, 2nd Test, 2001/02
108 Habibul Bashar v Pakistan at Karachi, 1st Test, 2003
119 Javed Omar v Pakistan at Peshawar, 2nd Test, 2003
113 Habibul Bashar v West Indies at Gros Islet, 1st Test, 2004
103* Khaled Mashud v West Indies at Gros Islet, 1st Test, 2004
111 Mohammad Rafique v West Indies at Gros Islet, 1st Test, 2004

Source: Post of Mr. Zunaid

I think the above is correct. 100 in both innings were not before!!

dorbesh
June 2, 2004, 07:53 AM
Originally posted by rafiq
I could have sworn there were more!

5th 26 Mohammad Ashraful & Alok Kapali Chittagong 2002/03


What a 5th wicket partnership! hahaha we played 3 tests against WI and we have 26 runs record partnership in 5th wkt. this is called middle order:duh:!

Isn't it a record that our 8th and 9th batsmans made century in a test?

Zunaid
June 2, 2004, 09:29 AM
Originally posted by Hasibul
Sorry MZIA:)
100 in both innings we have before Vs Pakistan
Habibul Bashar and Javed Omar:fanflag:

Hasibul ... just go back a few posts in this thread.

deshibhai
June 2, 2004, 10:05 AM
The correct 5th wicket test partnership record for Bangladesh is:

5th 126 Aminul Islam & Mohammad Ashraful v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 2001/02

Originally posted by dorbesh
Originally posted by rafiq
I could have sworn there were more!

5th 26 Mohammad Ashraful & Alok Kapali Chittagong 2002/03


What a 5th wicket partnership! hahaha we played 3 tests against WI and we have 26 runs record partnership in 5th wkt. this is called middle order:duh:!

Isn't it a record that our 8th and 9th batsmans made century in a test?

Zunaid
June 2, 2004, 10:59 AM
Originally posted by deshibhai
The correct 5th wicket test partnership record for Bangladesh is:

5th 126 Aminul Islam & Mohammad Ashraful v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 2001/02

Originally posted by dorbesh
Originally posted by rafiq
I could have sworn there were more!

5th 26 Mohammad Ashraful & Alok Kapali Chittagong 2002/03


What a 5th wicket partnership! hahaha we played 3 tests against WI and we have 26 runs record partnership in 5th wkt. this is called middle order:duh:!

Isn't it a record that our 8th and 9th batsmans made century in a test?

deshibhai, rafiq and dorbesh were talking about partnership records for BD-WI head to head and not the overall BD partnership records.

While going through the stats, I too was suprised at how few of these partnership records were actually broken in this Test.

paco
June 2, 2004, 11:43 AM
there was one other instance in test cricket where both the #8 and #9 batsmen from a team scored a century. This was in the early 1900's.

rafiq
June 2, 2004, 11:55 AM
[While going through the stats, I too was suprised at how few of these partnership records were actually broken in this Test.

3 partnership records in one test is pretty good, and 5 head-to-head records is very decent as well.

Zunaid
June 2, 2004, 11:57 AM
Yeah, it is very good but I had a thought that perhaps we broke almost all past records.

One other record:

We've increased our non-losing streak to 2 :)

[Edited on 2-6-2004 by Zunaid]

mzia
June 2, 2004, 12:12 PM
Originally posted by Zunaid
Yeah, it is very good but I had a thought that perhaps we broke almost all past records.

One other record:

We've increased our non-losing streak to 2 :)

[Edited on 2-6-2004 by Zunaid]

Tana Tanir songsare aktu shassolota ashley onek nutun jinish ashe abong bhalo lage...

deshibhai
June 2, 2004, 03:46 PM
Originally posted by Zunaid

deshibhai, rafiq and dorbesh were talking about partnership records for BD-WI head to head and not the overall BD partnership records.



Sorry...my mistake...did not notice that.

I wasn't trying to discount the accomplishments in this test by pointing out that only 3 overall partnership records had been broken. I just wanted to make sure that any "rid-Bangladesh-of-test-status" folk who may read this thread did not walk away thinking that our overall 5th wicket partnership record was so low.


[Edited on 2-6-2004 by deshibhai]

James90
June 3, 2004, 01:24 AM
I'd like to point some things out

The 26 run partership record is just for against Windies not general

It's not the largest first innings lead we've had...i believed we had a bigger one in Pakistan

Correct me if I'm wrong but I think Mashud became the second Bangladeshi to hit a century in their second innings of a test

First century by a left-hander

Zunaid
June 3, 2004, 01:52 AM
Good call their HFan...

At Peshawar we had a higher first innings lead: 106
At Multan it was 66.
At Gros Ilset it was 68 - so ranked 2nd.

The other 2nd innings century was Ashraful by in Sri Lanka.

And yes, Rafique is the only left handed centurion for Bangladesh.

Tintin
June 3, 2004, 06:14 AM
Fastest 100 : Bashar in 116 balls.

Previous best : 167 balls by Ashraful

James90
June 3, 2004, 06:23 AM
Rafique's was about 130 right?

reverse_swing
June 3, 2004, 06:32 AM
2nd highest innings total at Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia

Partnership record at Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia

2nd 121 Javed Omar & Habibul Bashar

4th 56 Rajin Saleh & Mohammad Ashraful

8th 87 Mohammad Ashraful & Mohammad Rafique

9th 74 Tapash Baisya & Khaled Mashud

10th 46 Mohammad Rafique & Tareq Aziz

Highest number of centuries(3 out of 7) by Bangladesh at Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia

AsifTheManRahman
June 3, 2004, 10:01 AM
Also highest test score for Bashar...

and best bowling performance for mushfique?:-/

Beamer
June 3, 2004, 12:08 PM
First centurion to remain not out!

reverse_swing
June 28, 2004, 06:27 PM
According to Cricinfo, Bangladesh's total of 284 against West Indies at Kingston is the 4th Highest Test totals without any half-century!

Here is the list!

1. 315, by England against West Indies at Port-of-Spain in 1985-86, when the highest individual score was David Gower's 47 (there were 59 extras, though).

2. 302, set by South Africa against New Zealand at Wellington in 1963-64 nine people passed 20, but the highest score was Peter van der Merwe's 44.

3. The only other instance higher than Bangladesh's 284 at Kingston recently (when the highest score was Tapash Baisya's 48), was India's 296 for 8 declared against New Zealand at Cuttack in 1995-96. The top-score that time was 45, by Nayan Mongia (who was not out) and Ajay Jadeja.

4. Bangladesh's total of 284 against West Indies at Kingston.

-Cricinfo

[Edited on 29-6-2004 by reverse_swing]

sageX
June 28, 2004, 08:35 PM
So many records.:bravo: