Isam on CI:
Most of Bangladesh's current players are hardly old enough to be consigned to the scrap heap but the case of Mohammad Ashraful is a little different. He has been given every chance to return, and this year was even picked as a T20 opener. But the 28-year-old has not played a Test or an ODI this year, and in his six T20s he averaged less than 20. With so many youngsters filling his usual batting positions in the middle order, it looks like a hard road back for the once-exciting Ashraful. His domestic form has dipped considerably too, further pushing him down the pecking order for national selection."
May the BPL2 be a saving grace on Ashraful. The last gasp...God Speed.