Originally Posted by yaseer
Everything went Imrul's way too, who looked better in the crease?
Lets not come out to conclusion yet, rather keep all windows open. We have two more matches to judge who is the better choice to partner Tamim. If Imrul is a new generation player then Nafees is also an experienced international player. There is healthy competition going on between Nafees, Imrul and Juaned; the one with best performance would win the race.
So for you, the next two matches is enough to judge who is the best choice, come on!!!! Imrul has been showing his worth for the last 1 year and he gave us good starts with Tamim and you want to forget all that if Nafees gets hundred or a fifty in the coming two matches? If we were in this situation a year ago, then maybe you could have given Nafees oppurtunities to play in/against England and New Zealand and see how he performs. And if he showed that he has improved then maybe you could have considered him after judging him over a year but two matches is too little and unfair on Imrul who has been trained and tested for performance and consistency over the last 1 year.