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Old April 1, 2017, 07:28 PM
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Mehedi started slow with the bat now he's scoring runs under pressure, in the practice game mosa played a very good innings under pressure, give him some time he's new to international cricket.
Mehedi had confidence issues. It is different with pressure issues. Now you can see the range of strokes Mehedi has that you would have never known he had if you didn't watch him bat in U19 World Cup. Secondly "pressure" and "practice match" never go hand in hand. Mosaddek and Riyad batted well in the practice game. Both flopped in the last game. Both players are a bit dodgy when there is a bit of pressure on them.
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Old April 1, 2017, 07:41 PM
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Mosa has played barely any international matches, he's shown promise, he has shown in situations he can deal with pressure (domestic matches he was always a good finisher).

I don't know if you're picking out issues of players because imrul is no longer in the team and you're trying to find him a spot but mosa and sabbir have both shown great promise and have only been recently introduced into international cricket, these critiques are way too harsh for such young promising players in such early stages of their careers, if they were in line with umar akmal, or tharanga or chandimal for experience then I'd agree with you.
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Old April 1, 2017, 07:41 PM
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The way he played that shot you only can play in school cricket. Thats where Nasir could add value.
Experience is something you cannot buy. More frustrating is Hom is in team where nasir is tailor made for SC. His 100 in emerging cup is a good example.


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Old April 1, 2017, 08:32 PM
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Mosa and Riad in 6 n 7 makes me nervous. We need a finisher. I think we are still searching for a player in no 7. Perfect example is Abdur Razzak from Pak.

I wont mind to tey shabbir in no 6, if he fails in next 10 matches.
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Old April 1, 2017, 09:01 PM
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Nasir probably isn't bad for the #7 spot because he's mainly a batsman but can bowl 10 overs economically if neseccary, saifuddin probably needs to work on his batting to bat 7, they'd be the ones I'd look at so I'd prob take nasir most if the time. At 7 in ODIs you really want an all rounder.
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Old April 2, 2017, 01:47 AM
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Mehedi had confidence issues. It is different with pressure issues. Now you can see the range of strokes Mehedi has that you would have never known he had if you didn't watch him bat in U19 World Cup. Secondly "pressure" and "practice match" never go hand in hand. Mosaddek and Riyad batted well in the practice game. Both flopped in the last game. Both players are a bit dodgy when there is a bit of pressure on them.
If you look into Mosaddek's debut test series innings as well as his few early ODI innings, the conclusion would be different. To me, he is a player who is build to handle pressure.
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Old April 6, 2017, 08:25 PM
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Oh.... That six of malinga.......
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Old April 6, 2017, 09:55 PM
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I have to go eat a massive pie after seeing Mossa thrash Malinga
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Old September 27, 2017, 12:05 PM
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Worrying news:

Mosaddek will need 3-6 months to recover
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BCB doctor Debashis Chowdhury informed Mosaddek will need 3-6 months to recover. When asked about Mosaddek’s recovery, the doctor said: “Mosaddek will need 3-6 months to recover. Another doctor said he will need 1 year. But we are hoping that he will recover within 3 months.”

He added: “Mosaddek is suffering from eye virus for last few weeks. He has been taken to many doctors for treatment. His recovery speed is slow at the moment. He suddenly becomes 90% good but then again goes 70% bad. But now he is 70% well ”

When asked if Mosaddek can participate in BPL, Debashis said: “In the next month, a board will be formed with eye experts. They will see what is his situation right now. Then we will be able to say if he can play in BPL or not.”

“The doctors of Bangladesh & Thailand said he don’t need any surgery. If he improve in the next month, then there will be no need of any operation,” said by the BCB doctor.
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Old September 27, 2017, 12:13 PM
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Huh? For eye virus why anyone need operation unless there are already some permanent damage? But even in that case, first he need to recover from virus and then come to a stabilizing stage before any plan for operation.
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Old September 27, 2017, 12:47 PM
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Yep career is over for Mosaddek. I guess he can retire with a 60+ first class average now.

Even if he recovers expect the dumbass to use this as an excuse to drop him so that Imrul will be the next #5 batsman and Sabbir can keep reverse sweeping for the next decade.

Was good while it lasted.
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Old December 12, 2017, 12:53 PM
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I sincerely hope the selectors will keep Mosaddek out of the T20I team. In last two BPL, he made it very clear that this is not his format.
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Old December 12, 2017, 01:04 PM
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I sincerely hope the selectors will keep Mosaddek out of the T20I team. In last two BPL, he made it very clear that this is not his format.
He was a key player in 2016 edition

But yes this season he was just horrible

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Old December 12, 2017, 01:45 PM
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^^ I stand corrected - last year he was good. But he was poor in 2015 as well. His T20 career SR 108.74 is an accurate reflection of his lack of fire power for this format.
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Absolute crap player.. inever understood how he even made the national team in the first place.. like on what basis? Get him done and dusted for good
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Old December 12, 2017, 04:49 PM
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Absolute crap player.. inever understood how he even made the national team in the first place.. like on what basis? Get him done and dusted for good
He’s not a t20 player but he averaged about 70 in FC cricket over a couple of seasons, that’s what got him to the national team.
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Old December 12, 2017, 06:32 PM
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Should focus on the two fomats tha actually matter.
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Should focus on the two fomats tha actually matter.
if you want a good livelihood for yourself than T20 is the format that matters the most now..you I not liking it wont change it
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Old December 12, 2017, 08:23 PM
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if you want a good livelihood for yourself than T20 is the format that matters the most now..you I not liking it wont change it
Musa sucked with the bat and still got his paycheck. He will continue to get his BPL and DPL paychecks and was never in the running for a million dollar IPL contract either way.

Ergo should focus on contributing to our ODI and Test team.
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He was also impressed with Mosaddek Hossain, a 20-year-old who made his debut in the series against Afghanistan after outstanding returns in Bangladeshi domestic cricket: Hossain's first-class average is 70.89. "He's an exceptional player against spin. Part of the programme was how to make him better against pace bowling. I do see him as a real superstar of the future in Bangladesh cricket."
That's what Mal Loye said about Mosaddek. Another reason why such HP program should be continued.
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Old December 12, 2017, 10:27 PM
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^^ True, but it does not help when young promising players are rushed out of the HP program before working out their weaknesses.
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Old December 12, 2017, 11:17 PM
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Musa sucked with the bat and still got his paycheck. He will continue to get his BPL and DPL paychecks and was never in the running for a million dollar IPL contract either way.

Ergo should focus on contributing to our ODI and Test team.
He won't get BPL pay checks in future if he performed like the way he performed. Although his chances were very limited

Ariful will get a fatter paycheck than musa next season
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Old December 12, 2017, 11:22 PM
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^^Well, Mushfiq is an Icon player in BPL. The same can happen to Mosaddek if he does well in ODI in next one year
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^^Well, Mushfiq is an Icon player in BPL, so you never know
Musfik was bad this season but his record in past bpls were excellent as far as I remember
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Old December 12, 2017, 11:29 PM
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^^ True. Even Mehedi Maruf did well last BPL. The standards of last two BPL was very different. If CSA take away good players again next year with Global T20, we will most likely revert back to previous standard where likes of Maruf-Mosaddek will dominate again.
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