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Old December 6, 2010, 03:41 PM
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bhai,matcher ajke jei obostha theke bd ghure daraise,oitar jonno shokor koren!
2 wixket porar por to bhablam, ajke office bunk diye BD we Defeat dekhte hobe ......

but imrul and rakibul made a good intial recovery .... when mpofu was bowling so well

then shakib and mushfiqs partnership.

we almost messed in batting pp again until those last two overs.

break e bashay gelam. rajjak re ball dilo deikhe abar stadium er uddesshe rowna dilam but stadium ashte ashte dekhi khel khotom koire dise
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Old December 6, 2010, 04:02 PM
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I was really impressed with Shakib today. He kept a very good SR without hitting boundaries. JS should make everyone watch Shakib's innings on how to bat in the ODI. A little dab here, a little push there, and hit the ball when offered.
He hits his first boundaries after facing 54 balls

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Old December 6, 2010, 04:07 PM
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He hits his first boundaries after facing 54 balls

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Iceman is very good at changing gears, he is so good nudging the ball around with ease at the same time he can hit ball anywhere with full flash. He today just proved that by taking singles and doubles you can keep high strike rate intact. I also see Mushy is good too taking singles and doubles like Shakib. Others need to learn the lesson from them !!
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Old December 6, 2010, 04:09 PM
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He hits his first boundaries after facing 54 balls

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great find
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Old December 6, 2010, 07:47 PM
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I was really impressed with Shakib today. He kept a very good SR without hitting boundaries. JS should make everyone watch Shakib's innings on how to bat in the ODI. A little dab here, a little push there, and hit the ball when offered.
ya,really,the rest shld see the way Sakib rotates the strike,takes singles,& without going for too many 4s & 6 s like Tamim he still manages a 80+ SR.
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Old December 6, 2010, 07:47 PM
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Todays Hughlights:
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Old December 6, 2010, 08:30 PM
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Todays Hughlights:
http://www.mycrickethighlights.com/b...-6th-december/
Thank you! I just watched the 1st 6 wickets on ESPN3. AR is becoming unstoppable. He is reminding me of (left-handed) Kumble. (I mean it as a compliment. I know some of you don't like Kumble. But, he was a great attacker of stamps. Could not turn the ball at all, though.)
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Old December 6, 2010, 08:34 PM
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I thought Kumble was an accurate medium pacer.

But seriously, he seems to have come back with a vengeance after his modified action. He is indispensable for limited over games now, and am hoping he can also refine his defensive deliveries for the long form of the game.
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Old December 6, 2010, 08:44 PM
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Old December 6, 2010, 09:18 PM
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I thought Kumble was an accurate medium pacer.

But seriously, he seems to have come back with a vengeance after his modified action. He is indispensable for limited over games now, and am hoping he can also refine his defensive deliveries for the long form of the game.
yes, he was struggling quite badly before the England series at home. Of course it doesn't help that he bowled to Indian and Lankan batsman on flat wickets at Mirpur in the tri series prior to series. but still, i was afraid we'd lost him for good. if you recall at that time, it was his head that the BC axe was set up for.

great to see him bounce back with a vengeance as you've mentioned. Home ENG series he did decently (for his old standards), don't remember specifics, but i do know that since then he hasn't had a bad series, and maybe only the odd poor match here or there.
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Old December 6, 2010, 09:24 PM
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AR has become a menace! অন্য দলের ব্যাটসম্যানরা তাকে দেখলেই প্যান্ট হলুদ করে ফেলছে আজকাল।
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Old December 6, 2010, 10:23 PM
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I thought Kumble was an accurate medium pacer.

But seriously, he seems to have come back with a vengeance after his modified action. He is indispensable for limited over games now, and am hoping he can also refine his defensive deliveries for the long form of the game.
For test success, one needs to be a wicket taker. You need to attack the stamps with vengeance for that. AR now does that well, in addition to restricting runs. He and Shakib are the world's premier left-arm spinners.
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Old December 7, 2010, 12:53 AM
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Was reluctant to open a thread for this,
Who gets to pick the powerplay first? I mean, after the mandatory 10 overs, if we pick the batting powerplay straight away[11-15] then the bowling powerplay needs to be taken at a later stage. Is it possible, or does the bowling team get to pick the powerplay first?

If batting team gets to pick the powerplay, I think we should indefinitely take it in the 11-15 overs, unless we are 30-3 after 10.
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Old December 7, 2010, 01:05 AM
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Was reluctant to open a thread for this,
Who gets to pick the powerplay first? I mean, after the mandatory 10 overs, if we pick the batting powerplay straight away[11-15] then the bowling powerplay needs to be taken at a later stage. Is it possible, or does the bowling team get to pick the powerplay first?

If batting team gets to pick the powerplay, I think we should indefinitely take it in the 11-15 overs, unless we are 30-3 after 10.
Theres always a risk of losing 2-3 wickets during the powerplay. And the batsman who follow tamim and kayes are slow as tortoise. You sure dont want to leave the powerplay on their hands and make a mess of it given how BD in general poorly manages powerplay to begin with.

Powerplay should always be taken according to the condition of the game and by that solely.
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Old December 7, 2010, 11:10 AM
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off stump bhai apne bashay chole gesilen keno break e?amra jei jobbor batting korsi last e,oita defend kora dekhen nai?ar apnar basha na kachakachi?jam thakle paye haate diten!
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Old December 7, 2010, 12:51 PM
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^^Lamisa, amader Offstump bhai stadium-er bathroom-e jete lojja paan, tai basha kache thakai + heavy number 2 pressure-er chaape pore taratari bari dourie bathroome jaan! Tarpor aar bathroom thekei ber hon ni...all those egg deem bhaji + parathas + makhon + shujir halooa in the morning for nashta!!
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Old December 7, 2010, 01:12 PM
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A few tidbits:
  1. If AR held on to that simple caught-and-bowled, he would have 5.
  2. There were two other dropped catches, one caught-and-bowled by Shakib and the other by Shuvo (similar to one that Utseya caught of Junaid).
  3. I think that the team exhaled a bit after ZIM lost 6. If they scored only, say, 150, the pressure would not have been let up.
  4. Junaid needs to curb areal shots for a while. He almost always falls to these spectacular catches.
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