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Old February 19, 2010, 10:37 AM
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Default 2010 Performance Monitor

Updated through : NZ ODIs Oct

I know I have a similar thread before but this is more refined and more inclusive. It will help keep track of the boys throughout the year and highlight the consistent performers.

Here's where we stand for the year.

Test

Record: 0-7
Series : 0-4(L-IND, @NZ, ENG, @ENG),
Results : L-113r, L-10w, L-121r, L-181r, L-9w, L-8w, L-I+80r
Broke 300+ : 6 out of 14 innings
Broke 400+ : 2 times
Best Innings : 419 vs. ENG
Declarations : None
Bowled out opponent innings : 4 out of 13
Follow Ons : 2
Follow Ons Opponent opted to not use : 1
Innings Defeat : 1
Allowed 400+ : 6 out of 7 innings (incomplete innings due to declarations or chasing a target successfuly does not qualify in the innings)
Maximum: 599/5 d ENG
Wickets taken : 83 out of 140 (one innings defeat)
Centuries: Tamim (3), Mushfiq (1), Mahmadullah (1), Shakib (1), Junaed (1)
Half centuries : Tamim (6), Junaed (3), Mahmadullah (3), Mushfiq (2), Shakib (2), Naeem (1), Shafiul (1), Kayes (1)
5 fors: Shahadat (5/71, 5/98), Shakib (5/62, 5/121), Rubel (5/166)
Notes : Highest partnership ( overall and 2nd wicket 200 by Tamim/Junaed, 7th wicket 145 by Shakib/Mahmadullah, opening 185 by Tamim/Kayes), Tamim 5 consecutive 50+ scores
Significant Career Bests : Mushfiq 101, Tamim 151, Mahmadullah 115, Rubel 5/166, Shakib 100, Junaed 106, Naeem 59*, Shafiul 53, Kayes 75
Next on schedule : 2011 (TBD) : ZIM in May (?)

ODI

Record: 8-18 (ENG, IRE, NZ x 4) 2 abandoned (SCO, NZ)
Series : 1-1-3-? (L-@NZ, L-ENG, L-@ENG, T-@IRE, W-NZ, ?-ZIM)
Multi-team series : 1st round (SL/IND), 1st round (Asia Cup)
Results : L-7w, L-6w, L-9w, L-6w, L-146r, L-5w, L-3w, L-6w, L-2w, L-45r, L-6w, L-126r, L-139r, L-6w, W-5r, L-144r, L-7w, W-6w, L-6w, W-9r(D/L), W-7w, W-9r, W-3r, L-9r, W-6w, W-65r
Opponents RR @ 6 or better: 8 [NED match not included]
Our RR @ 6 or better : 0 (NED match not included since it was a 30 over match)
Wickets taken : 143 out of 230 (only full 50 over matches)
Centuries : Imrul (101), Tamim (125), Junaed (100), Shakib (106)
Half centuries : Imrul (6), Tamim (4), Shakib (6), Mahmadullah (2), Junaed (3), Mushfiq (3), Ash (1), Raqibul (2), S. Nafees (1)
4 wickets : Shafiul (4/68, 4/59, 4/43), Shakib (4/33, 4/41, 4/39), Rubel (4/25), Razzak (4/41, 5/30, 4/14)
3 or more WK dismissals : Mushy (3/1) [3], Juhurl (3/0),
Notes : Posted highest ODI total vs. G8 team (296/6 vs. IND), Highest individual score vs. G8 (TI-125). Shakib crosses 100 ODI wicket mark. 1st win in any format vs. ENG, consecutive wins vs. NZ, 1st series win vs. full strength test nation, Shakib 200+/10w+ in NZ series, Shakib becomes first BD player to 5 ODI 100s, Shakib first to lead country in runs and wickets in series vs. NZ
Significant Career Bests : Imrul 101, Shakib 4/33, Shafiul 4/59, Tamim (125), Junaed (100), Shuvo (3/14 - 10 completed overs), Rubel 4/25, Razzak crosses 150 ODI wicket mark, Razzak Hattrick vs. ZIM, Junaid crosses 1K run mark
Next on schedule : WC in 2011

T20I

Record : 0-3
Series : 0-1(L-NZ)
Multi-team Series : 1st Round (WC vs. AUS/PAK), **Gold Medal in Asia Cup - although not official national teams**
Results : L-10w, L-21r, L-27r
Broke 150/7.5 an over : 1
Allowed more than 7.5 an over : 2
Wickets taken: 10 out of 30
Fifties : Ash (65[49])
Notes : Posted lowest T20 Total vs. NZ also 2nd worst defeat in history in terms of balls remaining
Next on schedule : 2011 (TBD)
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Old February 19, 2010, 10:38 AM
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One name missing is Naeem, even though he has played his role well as #8, rotating when needed and scoring at a high SR.

Number of wickets taken is really alarming in all formats.

The individual records seem to be coming but not translating to better team performance.
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Old February 19, 2010, 10:50 AM
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we already have 5 centuries this year in both formats. that's a really good start for our performing batsman's.
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Old February 19, 2010, 10:57 AM
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The tide is about to change in our favor!!

BD experience for England:
After eating a badly under COOKed roasted SWANN, PIETERSON went in to the WOODs to do some nature CALLING. MORGAN was (W)RIGHT. Coming to BD their BOTTOM SIDE fell apart when they got robbed on a BROAD daylight.
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The tide is about to change in our favor!!

BD experience for England:
After eating a badly under COOKed roasted SWANN, PIETERSON went in to the WOODs to do some nature CALLING. MORGAN was (W)RIGHT. Coming to BD their BOTTOM SIDE fell apart when they got robbed on a BROAD daylight.
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I was expecting at least 1 victory in NZ.

We HAVE to win vs. ENG in home (the ODI series and 1 test). They're not sending a full strength squad, we're at home with enough cricket in the past 6/7 weeks and (fingers crossed) we may have a team without Ashraful.
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Old February 19, 2010, 11:37 AM
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The tide is about to change in our favor!!

BD experience for England:
After eating a badly under COOKed roasted SWANN, PIETERSON went in to the WOODs to do some nature CALLING. MORGAN was (W)RIGHT. Coming to BD their BOTTOM SIDE fell apart when they got robbed on a BROAD daylight.
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The tide is about to change in our favor!!

BD experience for England:
After eating a badly under COOKed roasted SWANN, PIETERSON went in to the WOODs to do some nature CALLING. MORGAN was (W)RIGHT. Coming to BD their BOTTOM SIDE fell apart when they got robbed on a BROAD daylight.
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The tide is about to change in our favor!!

BD experience for England:
After eating a badly under COOKed roasted SWANN, PIETERSON went in to the WOODs to do some nature CALLING. MORGAN was (W)RIGHT. Coming to BD their BOTTOM SIDE fell apart when they got robbed on a BROAD daylight.
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The tide is about to change in our favor!!

BD experience for England:
After eating a badly under COOKed roasted SWANN, PIETERSON went in to the WOODs to do some nature CALLING. MORGAN was (W)RIGHT. Coming to BD their BOTTOM SIDE fell apart when they got robbed on a BROAD daylight.
National Enquirer and TMZ are hiring. Go for it..
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Old February 20, 2010, 10:17 AM
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The tide is about to change in our favor!!

BD experience for England:
After eating a badly under COOKed roasted SWANN, PIETERSON went in to the WOODs to do some nature CALLING. MORGAN was (W)RIGHT. Coming to BD their BOTTOM SIDE fell apart when they got robbed on a BROAD daylight.
now thats what i call creative thinking. need to send this to england tour

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Old February 19, 2010, 11:35 AM
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I was expecting at least 1 victory in NZ.

We HAVE to win vs. ENG in home (the ODI series and 1 test). They're not sending a full strength squad, we're at home with enough cricket in the past 6/7 weeks and (fingers crossed) we may have a team without Ashraful.
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Old February 19, 2010, 12:10 PM
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I like this thread Raynman. You can keep track of the notable performances just by coming here. It is great to see that we are scoring centuries with a lot more frequency in tests ( and ODI's ). Scoring centuries also enable players to build partnerships. We have had quite a few hundred partnerships already this year. But, I will be a lot happier if the middle order start to contribute to that end.
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The problem is best performances are coming in the same match.
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The problem is best performances are coming in the same match.
And yet we couldn't win the game . Just ONE partnership killed us.
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Raynman bhai, boshte dile shuite chai. Detailed stats with individual batting/bowling averages, SR, etc.?
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Old February 19, 2010, 02:13 PM
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Raynman bhai, boshte dile shuite chai. Detailed stats with individual batting/bowling averages, SR, etc.?
If you're looking for them post October 2008 excluding ZIM and WI, I think Eshen has them posted at least once on almost every post

I didn't want to clutter this up too much , thought I'd keep it at a high level summary. I got those going with the Records & Milestones though.
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Great thread
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like this thread.
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ODI Stats derived from Howstats starting 1/1/2010

Batting
Player Inns NO 50s 100s HS Runs Avg Ca St
Mohammad Mahmudallah 7 3 2 0 *64 230 57.50 2 0
Imrul Kayes 7 0 1 1 101 287 41.00 1 0
Naeem Islam 7 3 0 0 43 131 32.75 1 0
Tamim Iqbal 7 0 2 0 62 209 29.86 1 0
Mushfiqur Rahim 7 0 1 0 86 178 25.43 6 2
Shakib Al Hasan 7 0 1 0 85 177 25.29 2 0
Mohammad Ashraful 7 0 1 0 75 158 22.57 1 0
Raqibul Hasan Jnr 5 0 0 0 43 112 22.40 1 0
Shafiul Islam 3 2 0 0 11 14 14.00 0 0
Aftab Ahmed 2 0 0 0 18 28 14.00 1 0
Shahadat Hossain 3 1 0 0 *16 21 10.50 0 0
Abdur Razzak 2 1 0 0 *1 2 2.00 0 0
Nazmul Hossain 1 1 0 0 *0 0 0 0
Syed Rasel 1 1 0 0 *7 7 0 0
Rubel Hossain 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Players Selected in Starting Eleven = 15
Bowling
Player O M R W 4w Best Avg S/R E/R
Shafiul Islam 40 2 265 9 1 4/68 29.44 26.67 6.62
Shakib Al Hasan 60 2 281 7 1 4/33 40.14 51.43 4.68
Naeem Islam 39.5 0 222 5 0 2/35 44.40 47.80 5.62
Rubel Hossain 43.3 0 289 5 0 2/68 57.80 52.20 6.67
Mohammad Mahmudallah 22 0 147 2 0 1/32 73.50 66.00 6.68
Syed Rasel 22.3 0 132 1 0 1/58 132.00 135.00 5.92
Shahadat Hossain 21.5 2 133 1 0 1/56 133.00 131.00 6.19
Tamim Iqbal 0.5 0 7 0 0 13.98
Mohammad Ashraful 7 0 48 0 0 6.86
Abdur Razzak 34 0 184 0 0 5.41
Nazmul Hossain 9 1 78 0 0 8.67
Players Who Bowled = 11
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Old February 28, 2010, 11:28 AM
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0-12.

Make sure to congratulate Siddons on Tamim's century. Truly one of Siddon's best.

However, please don't blame him for team failures, lack of planning or strategy and inability on how to use things like batting powerplays or poor keeping. Things like those are purely on the players themselves and their Bangladeshiness.
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