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Old November 27, 2011, 06:57 PM
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Here are the batting stats for ODIs. Quite interesting that Imrul Kayes and Hannan Sarkar lead the way (though Imrul has only played one match against them) - http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/eng...s;type=batting

Just click on the All Test/ODI/T20i tab for the batting stats across the board. According to this, we should get Junaid back...
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Old November 27, 2011, 07:00 PM
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And Habibul Bashar is the absolute boss in Tests against Pakistan. 6 50s and a century in 12 innings - an average of 50+!
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Old November 27, 2011, 08:05 PM
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I believe you are referring to Mohsin Kamal. The current Pakistan coach is actually Mohsin Khan, their ex-opener and he was also their most recent chief selector if I'm correct.
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I presume Mohsin's coaching skills have expanded beyond the "sidha khelo" level comments. This guy "pilot"ed our 2003 WC campaign ... 'nuff sed there. Goes on to show what a difference having some world class players can make to your "coaching acumen" Phil Jax anyone?
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I believe you are referring to Mohsin Kamal. The current Pakistan coach is actually Mohsin Khan, their ex-opener and he was also their most recent chief selector if I'm correct.
Zeeshan - you'll have to downgrade Razab's rating in the rate circketing knowledge thread. I was going to rate him the only 9, but now he falls all the way down to 2.
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Zeeshan - you'll have to downgrade Razab's rating in the rate circketing knowledge thread. I was going to rate him the only 9, but now he falls all the way down to 2.
But....but.....what if you are reading the rating UPSIDE DOWN?

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Agree, agree, agree, agree.....lets have BNG instead of Bang.
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Dont agree with either 'BNG', 'Bang' or 'BD'. We can use these informally but when it comes to International Events like playing other nations, i would rather want our official name 'PRB' (People's Republic of Bangladesh, its our Official name) Just as South Africa is refered as 'RSA' (Republic of South Africa).
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@Equinox - thanks man. I got my K surnames mixed up I see.
@Zee bhai - dang man that's harsh. C'mon pick any cricketing topic and give me another chance. The term "sticky wicket" - know which bowler brought it into vogue w/o googling? Didja know Sobers was originally selected as an SLA/chinaman bowler? That the Ashra-scoop/Dilscoop was actually invented by Doug Marillier of Zim? That an SLA is more effective on a wicket with bounce than a slow turner? Gimme a shot chief!
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^^^haha... nice defense... but i wonder if the judge would be swayed by all that knowledge [after the Mohsin-gate from you]
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ঢাকা: পাকিস্তান বনাম বাংলাদেশ হবে না বাংলাদেশ বনাম পাকিস্তান হবে। যে দেশে খেলা হয় সাধারণত সেই দেশের নাম আগে আসে। বাংলাদেশে হয়েছে উল্টো। যতগুলো ব্যানার ফেস্টুন লেখা হয়েছে সবগুলোতেই পাকিস্তান ক্রিকেট দলকে আগে নিয়ে আসা হয়েছে।

পাকিস্তানের প্রতি বেশি প্রেম থেকে এটা হয়েছে, না ভুল করে তার ব্যাখ্যা অবশ্য কেউ দিতে পারেনি। বাংলাদেশ ক্রিকেট বোর্ড (বিসিবি)’র প্রধান নির্বাহী কর্মকর্তা মঞ্জুর আহমেদের সঙ্গে যোগাযোগ করা হলে তিনি ক্ষোভ প্রকাশ করেছেন। মঞ্জুর আহমেদের মতো শান্তশিষ্ট মানুষ যখন ক্ষুব্ধ হন, তখন বুঝতে বাকি থাকে না অন্যদের অবস্থা কি?

যে প্রতিষ্ঠান ফেস্টুনগুলো ছাপানোর দায়িত্ব পেয়েছে, সেই একটাস লিমিটেড ভুলের দায় নিতে রাজি না। তাদের যুক্তি হলো, স্পন্সর প্রতিষ্ঠান কুল অ্যান্ড কুল যেভাবে তাদেরকে দিয়েছে, সে ভাবেই ছাপিয়েছে তারা। একটাসের কর্মকর্তা নেওয়াজ সোহাগ জানানেল,“আমাদের কোন ভুল নেই। আমাদেরকে যা বলা হয়েছে সেটাই করেছি।”

দায়টা আসলে বিসিবির ওপরই বর্তায়। তাদের গাফিলতিতেই এই ভুল হয়েছে। বিসিবির মার্কেটিং বিভাগের দায়িত্ব হলো স্পন্সর প্রতিষ্ঠানের কাছ থেকে লোগো এবং খেলা সংক্রান্ত খেলাগুলো প্রকাশের আগে চেক করে দেখা। বিসিবির দায়িত্বশীল কর্মকর্তারা খেয়ালই করেননি।

শুধু ব্যানার ফেস্টুন না টি-টোয়েন্টি ম্যাচের জন্য যে ট্রফিটা দেওয়া হবে সেখানেও লেখা হয়েছে পাকিস্তান বনাম বাংলাদেশ। বিসিবি সিইও সোমবার সন্ধ্যায় ভুলের বিষয়ে অবগত হয়েছেন। অথচ সেই সকালেই বিসিবিতে এনিয়ে আলোচনা হয়েছে। সিইও বাংলানিউজকে জানিয়েছেন,“আমি শোনার পর নির্দেশ দিয়েছি যত দ্রুত সম্ভব সবগুলো ব্যানার ফেস্টুন পরিবর্তন করে দেওয়ার জন্য। আশা করি খেলা শুরুর আগেই সব বদলে যাবে।

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Default খেলার পোশাক নিয়ে ক্রিকেটারদের ক্ষোভ

বাংলাদেশ ও পাকিস্তানের মধ্যকার টি-টোয়েন্টি ম্যাচের খেলা শুরু হতে ২৪ ঘণ্টাও নেই। অথচ খেলার আগের রাত নয়টা পর্যন্ত বাংলাদেশের ক্রিকেটাররা তাদের খেলার পোশাক হাতে পাননি। সকালে ট্রাউজার এবং জার্সি হাতে পাবেন।

শেষমুহূর্তে হয়তো রঙের গন্ধ ছড়ানো জার্সি-ট্রাউজার পড়ে খেলতে হবে বাংলাদেশ দলকে। নাম প্রকাশে অনিচ্ছুক জাতীয় দলের একজন ক্রিকেটার বাংলানিউজকে বলেন,“খেলার আগের রাতে সবধরণের প্রস্তুতি নিয়ে ঘুমাতে যেতে হয় একজন ক্রিকেটারকে। কাল বিকেলে খেলা অথচ আমাদেরকে এখনো জার্সি দেওয়া হয়নি। আমাদেরকে যে ড্রেস দেওয়া হবে তার মাপ ঠিক না থাকলেও কিছু করার থাকবে না। অদ্ভুত নিয়মে চলে আমাদের ক্রিকেট বোর্ড।”

ক্রিকেট পরিচালনা বিভাগের ভারপ্রাপ্ত ব্যবস্থাপক সাব্বির খান জানিয়েছেন,“ব্যাংক থেকে আনা পোশাকের ওপর রং করার জন্য দেওয়া হয়েছে। রাতের মধ্যেই সেগুলো বিসিবিকে হস্তান্তর করার কথা।”

অবশ্য রাতে খেলার পোশাকগুলো জাতীয় দলের ম্যানেজার জাহিদ রাজ্জাক মাসুমের কাছে দেওয়া হয়েছে। ক্রিকেট পরিচালনা বিভাগের সহকারী ব্যবস্থাপক শরিফুল আলম মুঠোফোনে বাংলানিউজকে এই তথ্য দেন।



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I bet these same officials probably have Urdu spouting Imams at their domestic religious functions. I recall once I got into it with an Imam who was obviously young enough to have NOT been schooled during Pakistan years, spouting "aaagar aap na hain jindegime" in the middle of his "ya naabi salaam-walaika".
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পাকিস্তান বনাম বাংলাদেশ হবে না বাংলাদেশ বনাম পাকিস্তান হবে।
Are you freaking kidding me? Someone give this guy a meaningful job.
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LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Sad part is quoting roman makes it look as if HE said that....
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Was meant for the reporter obviously
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LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Sad part is quoting roman makes it look as if HE said that....
At first that got me too. I was like when did I even type in Bangla?
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Are you freaking kidding me? Someone give this guy a meaningful job.
Double that are you freaking kidding me.

Who comes first depends on where you are and what sport you play. And I doubt there is even such an accepted convention in Bangladesh.

In fact, in the US of A, the home team is always the 2nd mention. So Pakistan vs Bangladesh would make sense to any American. They can, in a glance, tell that Pakistan is the touring team.

The convention started from the early days of baseball, when the visitors batted first and the visitors' name was listed first in the score-sheet. Also, reporters used 'at' as an alternate, viz Philadelphia at Dallas (Go Eagles! stomp them Cowboys).

Interestingly, most all team competitive sports in the US is in home-away basis - even and especially in schools.
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@Equinox - thanks man. I got my K surnames mixed up I see.
@Zee bhai - dang man that's harsh. C'mon pick any cricketing topic and give me another chance. The term "sticky wicket" - know which bowler brought it into vogue w/o googling? Didja know Sobers was originally selected as an SLA/chinaman bowler? That the Ashra-scoop/Dilscoop was actually invented by Doug Marillier of Zim? That an SLA is more effective on a wicket with bounce than a slow turner? Gimme a shot chief!
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Philadelphia at Dallas (Go Eagles! stomp them Cowboys).
Aapne kemon korey Eagles er supporter? Apne ki PA area-tey?
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Aapne kemon korey Eagles er supporter? Apne ki PA area-tey?
Was in the region for 7 years during grad school and post-doc. I was longer in Chargers land but still root for the Eagles.

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Was in the region for 7 years during grad school and post-doc. I was longer in Chargers land but still root for the Eagles.

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Cool, I was in UPenn for my Doctoral work, still near there (NJ). Still support Eagles, but not avid (like I won't be able to quote stats).
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I bet these same officials probably have Urdu spouting Imams at their domestic religious functions. I recall once I got into it with an Imam who was obviously young enough to have NOT been schooled during Pakistan years, spouting "aaagar aap na hain jindegime" in the middle of his "ya naabi salaam-walaika".
Urdu has been the lingua franca for subcontinental Muslims since the Mughal times. The Mughal rulers were ethnically Persians/Afghans and the court language was thus Persian. But for the commoners Urdu became more conventional and remained the dominant Muslim language in the subcontinent.

Thus we have to stop associating Urdu with only Pakistan. Even to this day from the Pathans of Peshawar/NWF to the Indian Muslims of the North to the southern Tamil Telugu belt of India, Urdu is the language for Muslims. They have their own languages such as Pashto, Punjabi, Dari, Kannada, Malaylam but for Muslims Urdu remained as the main spoken language.

An example might be the development of Yiddish for European Ashkenazi Jews. They are ethnically Polish, German, Russian but Yiddish remained as the lingua franca for these people beside their main language Hebrew. Personally I would never speak Urdu with anyone and strongly would object if its used for ANY of our nationaI purposes. But if the imams are using for religious purposes, my objection won't be that strong.
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Urdu was an artificial language created by the Mughals so that Army would have a common language. By time the original Arabic, Chagatai Turk, and Persian got blended together to form Urdu. It does not have its roots in any of the Indo-European Languages of which Sanskrit and Germanic are the primes.
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Exactly zsayeed bhai. You have described it perfectly. I would never tolerate using Urdu for any purposes in Bangladesh due to obvious reasons. But for religious reasons I might be lenient. Anyway I apologize for going off-topic.

Back on topic, lets win the T20 match!
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@Mufi - I'm aware of Urdu's history and do not associate it with just Pakistan. In this particular context however, you'll note I pointed out that the Imam had been assuredly schooled mostly post-71. Since he hadn't attended Aligarh and Madrasas in BD have not used Urdu as a language of instruction from at least 71, his choice of language was just an apish copying of his gurujons. He could and should have done better.
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Back to topic I want our batters to not dawdle or get dismissed cheaply and our pacers to put down some markers.
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