Originally Posted by mali007
When a batsman score 10 centuries in a year , then copybook footwork doesn't matter. He can convert 90s into hundred with ease. Though he is only 19 but he played like 29 .
this is the thing about anamul, he clearly has something that any other BD batsman in history is yet to have, the ability to score centuries consistently. but if you look at the way he scored that ODI century, it was very mature, he played well in all situations and gears, has any other BD batsman shown the ability to change gears so well? shakib has probably been the ebst which is why he's been the most successful, tamim and mushy have the ability to do it but struggle even more than shakib, anamul is already doing it which is a great thing for BD as it means he can focus more on his technique weaknesses because he already understands how to play to situations.