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Old May 15, 2013, 09:39 PM
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Tamim to marry in June? http://www.natunbarta.com/sports/201...িয়ে
When musy's time???? I guess now times for nasir to play some bechelor shot...
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Old May 15, 2013, 10:19 PM
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What's with Bangalies and getting married in early 20s? Way to shorten your life idiots.
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Old May 16, 2013, 03:02 AM
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I reckon Mushy, Tamim and Shak would throw mad bachelor parties for each other. Next stop Malaysia...
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Old May 27, 2013, 09:49 AM
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In general but let's say Test/ODI.
gayle is not Grade A at test, peterson, de villiers, smith are all better than him, so is younis khan, gayle has been very mediocre in ODI's aswell in the last 4 years, he averages 29, whilst tamim iqbal in the same time period averages 33
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Old January 27, 2014, 04:50 AM
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I am going to say this again.

Tamim Iqbal Khan is ordinary
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Old January 27, 2014, 06:25 AM
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He looked out of sorts today. Needs to come back strongly in the second innings.
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Old January 27, 2014, 06:39 AM
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certainly out of sorts today, still one of the best we have though.
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Old January 27, 2014, 07:05 AM
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certainly out of sorts today, still one of the best we have though.
Actually, the best opener in the country by a good margin.

Sadly, that has been his demise. He needs some healthy competition, and trust me, when that happens he will start working harder and perform better. As of now, he seems to be in a relaxed mood.
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Old January 27, 2014, 10:41 AM
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Tamim is ordinary, Gazi is extra ordinary.
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Old January 27, 2014, 10:53 AM
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I feel we need a little perspective here. Tamim is an extraordinary player plagued by extraordinarily bad habits that make him look ordinary from time to time, seemingly with more frequency nowadays. Some of those habits are:

1) Benson & Hedges: the bromance of his life. These British-American bruhs don't want him to run without getting tired and losing focus in the process. But the Chittagong lad does try every now and then to manage easy 50s.

2) Kachchi (full plate): the food of Mughal soldiers who lost an empire.

3) Love of underachievement: he's not alone here. Underachievement is a hallmark of our petit-bourgeois culture. The hugely popular phenomena springs from the conviction that we're entitled as a class, and that good things are supposed to happen by osmosis and NOT hard work on our own with dedicated dudes like Coach Salahuddin.

4) Marriage: slows us down with its multifaceted demands.
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Old January 27, 2014, 10:58 AM
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I feel we need a little perspective here. Tamim is an extraordinary player plagued by extraordinarily bad habits that make him look ordinary from time to time, seemingly with more frequency nowadays. Some of these habits are:

1) Benson & Hedges: the bromance of his life. These British-American bruhs don't want him to run without getting tired and losing focus in the process. But Chittagong lad does try every now and then to manage easy 50s.

2) Kachchi (full plate): the food of Mughal soldiers who lost an empire.

3) Love of underachievement: he's not alone here. Underachievement is a hallmark of our petit-bourgeois culture. The hugely popular phenomena springs from the conviction that we're entitled as a class, and that good things are supposed to happen by osmosis and NOT hard work on our own with dedicated dudes like Coach Salahuddin.

4) Marriage: slows us down with its multifaceted demands.
5) Reading Harry Potter (fact) WHILE listening to Justin Bieber (sort of a fact)
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Old January 27, 2014, 11:01 AM
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"Tamim is in a quest to achieve greater heights as a batsman" - Isam
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Old January 27, 2014, 11:53 AM
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3) Love of underachievement: he's not alone here. Underachievement is a hallmark of our petit-bourgeois culture. The hugely popular phenomena springs from the conviction that we're entitled as a class, and that good things are supposed to happen by osmosis and NOT hard work on our own with dedicated dudes like Coach Salahuddin.
Yeah.....I think a better way to prove your point is actually you being an overachiever for us lilliputians to look up to get inspired from.

Jus sayin'.

How about getting a Macarthur Fellow? Why not? We insist.
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Old January 27, 2014, 12:44 PM
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Not a great fan of TIK. But, such over the top criticism just after a bad day at the office on the very first day of the series is uncalled for, to say the least. Tamim actually played out 28 balls for his 6. This is not a typical Tamim approach to batting as we all know. He was offering solid defensive shots and was clearly trying to see off the new ball. Unfortunately, Eranga worked him out today. He was undone by a very clever round the wicket bouncer at the body which resulted him fending it off and offering a chance to the short leg. Tamim got rattled and, perhaps, thinking offence is the best defence, he tried to pull/hook the next high bouncer and almost cleared the rope. Of course, the better option would have been to duck or sway way from such delivery and nothing to do with it. But, Tamim likes to take the attack to bowlers or likes to hit out of trouble. It has worked for him in the past many times but not today. I was impressed with his approach today until he got out to a superb bit of fielding on the rope and excellent planned bowling. This things happen in cricket. Even Sir Bradman got a duck on his last outing.

What I´m livid with is the approach of the debutant Shamsur. He played way to many shots and showed very little maturity or understanding needed for a Test match. He was treating this match and a Test attack like a BCL/NCL match at the BKSP ground. Clearly, he didn´t have a Test match like game plan nor the temperament. He better put up a much better show in the 2nd Innings or will find himself using the revolving door.

I might upset the apple cart by saying Shakib is ordinary. But, he was just that today. The way he gave away his wicket to a rush shot after getting set is simply unforgiving. He is the most senior player in his side and they needed him today. One didn´t have to be a cricket genius to figure out the need of the hour. When half of the batting order has been bundled out and the team is going through a recovery process is it that difficult to eschew those high percentage shots (even if it has fetched you runs in the past) ! He was the set man and would have known how difficult it would be for a lower order batter to get in on a pitch which was offering enough assistance to the pacers. Couldn´t he take a leaf out of Little Mushy´s approach? It is simply criminal what Shakib did today. He is not putting the team first.
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Old January 27, 2014, 12:48 PM
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in 2nd innings he will make 100, just see
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Old January 27, 2014, 01:53 PM
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in 2nd innings he will make 100, just see
just see korte parbo nah. baji lagen. 10 taka.
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Old January 27, 2014, 04:04 PM
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So what is the conclusion?

Tamim Iqbal is ordinarily Extra-ordinary? or,
He is Extra-ordinarily Ordinary?
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Old January 27, 2014, 06:20 PM
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He needs to be more attacking. That will throw the bowlers off their lines and present even more bad balls. He needs to stop tuk tuking like he did in 2010. Of course there will be times he will need to temper his approach like the last innings vs NZ. One of his best innings and very unlucky not to have scored a hundred. If I recall it was a really good ball from Kane Williamson that got him out.
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Old January 27, 2014, 07:40 PM
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He needs to be more attacking. That will throw the bowlers off their lines and present even more bad balls. He needs to stop tuk tuking like he did in 2010. Of course there will be times he will need to temper his approach like the last innings vs NZ. One of his best innings and very unlucky not to have scored a hundred. If I recall it was a really good ball from Kane Williamson that got him out.
exactly.... i dont think his defenses are technically proficient and barring exceptions, he doesnt have that kind of patience to build an innings or occupy the crease for a long time. Eventually he tries to break the shackles and go after the delivery he shouldnt. He should stick to his quick 50s and than slowing down a bit and aim for those 100s. What that does is breaks the confidence of the bowling unit and even if he falls early, he puts run on the board and makes the fielding captain move back his players a little bit. I would take 7 quick 50s out of 10 innings anyday over 2 100 out of 10.
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Old June 15, 2014, 05:44 AM
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Tamim Iqbal playing as per expectations

A duck from 11 balls
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Old June 15, 2014, 05:47 AM
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He was unlucky today. Poor umpiring decision.
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Old June 15, 2014, 05:54 AM
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He was unlucky today. Poor umpiring decision.
I did not watch the first half of this match so I don't exactly know what happen.

But a batsman having faced 11 balls and scored zero runs is a sign of a struggling batsman and that too against not so world class bowlers like Sharma and Yadav.
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Old June 15, 2014, 05:56 AM
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No midlle gear..

shows intent for few ball then gets out like an idiot coming down track..

Or

Plays test innings gets out poking no solidity whatsoever.
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Old June 15, 2014, 06:11 AM
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Old Tamim was no ordinary batsman, but old Tamim is not be found anywhere.
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Old June 15, 2014, 06:19 AM
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it's time to drop him...
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