Originally Posted by OZGOD
Hopefully JAmie and Mortaza keeps everyone's feet on the ground after the historic win. Test cricket's a pretty simple game if you think about it. When batting, try and put up a big score, big enough that your bowlers will feel comfortable defending, and when bowling try and restrict them from scoring and take their wickets. That's basically it, 3 things to execute. A bit more composure from your top six and you should put up a pretty huge score, and you clearly have the bowling attack to both restrict the runs as well as take wickets. The opposition is on the back foot, now is the time to strike.
You know there's a bangla proverb, meaning "What is easy can't be done easily". Really, it's not the third order differential equation that you'll make a mistake about in the exams, it's the simle calculations that will be mistaken.
Hopefully our boys will stick to the basics.