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Old August 21, 2014, 06:53 AM
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Another display of poor brainless captaincy ! With 35/5 , WI was in a hole . But they won by 3 wickets with 66 balls left . Poor field placement , bowling change and defensive approach made it possible for the WI to win this match from behind . We have witnessed the same situations against SL and Pakistan recently . Mushfique used 3 overs from part time bowlers and that cost 30 runs ! Those were gifted 'lifeline' runs for the struggling WI and gave Pollard and Ramadin enough time to settle . What a team selection ! Mominul was dropped but four opening batsmen were selected . Mominul is also a useful slow left arm spinner which BD dearly missed during this encounter . As long as Mushfiq is captain I don't see any hope of winning any match ! Moreover , how come you don't have any left arm spinner in your team when opponent have six right handed batsmen ? Mominul and Razzak should have been in the team . Mushfiq is behind these to have his "In law"(Mahmudullah) to be in the playing eleven .
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Old August 21, 2014, 08:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Zeeshan
touba korlam ami zindigite aar thred khulbo na
Don't you feel bad, even if Kumar Sangakkara or Clive Lloyd had opened the thread, we still would have lost because of the brainless cat walk wanna be sissies representing us in the field.
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Old August 21, 2014, 10:05 AM
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20 things I learned from first one-day
  1. Solution to losing early wickets can only be combated by employing four openers.
  2. "Chris Gayle is 34 yrs 333 days old today......his Test HS is also 333."(Danish)
  3. DJ Bravo and Dwayne Bravo only exist to confuse and make scorers life hell.
  4. When people say Mominul is missing, Mominul is actually missing. (Get it, he is too short?)
  5. Mahmudullah Riyad is the biggest troll in world cricket. He scores only when it doesn't matter (78 in practice match).
  6. Reason why there is Cemetery End in St. George because once Nietzsche remarked there "cricket is dead".
  7. Reason why Anamul screamed so loudly after his century because he loves Edvard Munch.
  8. Reason why Tamim Iqbal once danced downed the track in 10.4th over is because he loves Camille Saint-Saens composition "Danse Macabre".
  9. The Bangladeshi batting innings is based on the Sam Raimi thriller "The Gift" starring Cate Blanchett
  10. Sunil Narine can go wicketless. Chris Gayle can go without 100+ strike rate. Bangladesh can lose after taking down West Indies at 35/5. Because these are all part of "the plan" to mess with viewers mind.
  11. Pollard Ramdin partnership is still a better love story than Twilight.
  12. "Bangladesh is winless in ODI in 2014". Sssh you don't say...
  13. Is it Keiron Pollard or Kieron Pollard? Debate continues.
  14. Perhaps signing the dotted line has a whole new meaning for Anamul when he took the BCB contract?
  15. Sohag Gazi should always open against Gayle just because he removed him once or twice. #tigerlogic
  16. Taskin is an economical bowler as he took zero wickets.
  17. Overused catchphrase of the day: "snatch defeat from jaws of victory"
  18. Shamshur Rahman's social media account got verified by Facebook.
  19. Mushfiqur is captain while Napoleon was general. Mushifqur is 5'4" while Napoleon was also the same height. Mushfiqur is a glovesman, while Napoleon hid his Parkinson's in same manner and hands in his pocket. And as far as the brilliant tactician the world has ever seen? Well that's a different story altogether.
  20. Shakib al Hasan.
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