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Old December 31, 2017, 03:07 AM
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A lot of work just to go around the "historical record" debate. All it tells me is that Pak's better head-to-head record really really really bothers you.
It does bother me tbh, what is the point of having a rivalry if you aren't bothered with your teams defeat against its arch-rival? Just like our 11-0 wc record hurts every single pk fan. Still I am pretty sure the joy and value of winning in the wc is much greater than some random bilateral win. Had we still been playing pak bilaterally like we did in the 90's that head to head record would have been a lot more balanced.
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Old December 31, 2017, 05:45 AM
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Wow, whats this!

Present Day india>present pakistan
Past pakistan team pre-2004> Past Indian team
Not true at all. In my thread, I have posted stats from 1985. And I have not missed a single (I repeat single) match/series with significant interest including important JAMODIs. And it shows come crucial games/series, its team India who comes on top in the past 4 decades. So this notion that Pak was a better team than Ind before 2004 is rubbish. H2H yeah they are ahead but quality over quantity anyday man.

But in any case, I just wanted to share my writeup. As nightwolf said, lets not create another Indo pak debate here.
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Old December 31, 2017, 06:03 AM
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Not true at all. In my thread, I have posted stats from 1985. And I have not missed a single (I repeat single) match/series with significant interest including important JAMODIs. And it shows come crucial games/series, its team India who comes on top in the past 4 decades. So this notion that Pak was a better team than Ind before 2004 is rubbish. H2H yeah they are ahead but quality over quantity anyday man.

But in any case, I just wanted to share my writeup. As nightwolf said, lets not create another Indo pak debate here.
Dinraat;s stat is objective, yours isn't. Your definition of crucial games is just silly. Wins are wins, losses are losses. There's nothing "crucial" about 1 bilateral vs another. Also "important JAMODI" is an oxymoron. How can a "Just Another Meaningless ODI" be also "important"?

It would better to just say "yea they have a better h2h overall, but we kick their *** in WCs and thats when it counts" Any stats will look good when you cherry pick the data. If a Pak had posted something similar, you and your indian bros would have gone ape sh*t.
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Old December 31, 2017, 06:17 AM
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Dinraat;s stat is objective, yours isn't. Your definition of crucial games is just silly. Wins are wins, losses are losses. There's nothing "crucial" about 1 bilateral vs another. Also "important JAMODI" is an oxymoron. How can a "Just Another Meaningless ODI" be also "important"?

It would better to just say "yea they have a better h2h overall, but we kick their *** in WCs and thats when it counts" Any stats will look good when you cherry pick the data. If a Pak had posted something similar, you and your indian bros would have gone ape sh*t.
It is not oxymoron brother...let me explain. Vajpayee goes to Pak in 2004...does a peace treaty and allows India to play in Pak for first time since 1989.There was world cup like hype in that 2004 Aman ki Asha series. And then compare to the unpteen time a half strength Indian team playing Pak in Sharjah in late 1980s with no fan interest at all. Both the above are ODIs...but you cant say that 2004 is a JAMODIs due to the magnitude of event. Same goes for them when they toured us in 1999 and beat us. Or the 2012 aane do series. Those were significant series.

Stats is not end all and by all. Sometimes we need to look things objectively.
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Ponty... Pontu-da jini... jahake amra bole thaki.. Pontification jaahaa...

uni bole thaken j "fast bowling is more similar to javelin throwing"

I LOVE that insight.. lol despite he looks like Trumpy... found a great video on evolution of javelin throwing. FWIW, it'd be great if our bowlers flirt with javelin JUST FOR FUN for few seconds just to get a feel for "throwing aspect". It'd also improve their throwing arm...
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Old January 2, 2018, 03:42 PM
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ai... tamim kintu tar fesbuk inbox chk kore... ami nijer chokhe "seen" tick shoi dekshi
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I know Shakku and "Grab'em by the Mushy" (c) Yankees got into Guardian and Cricket Aus, but we should spare some thought for Mehidy. This boy is a tremendous find for us. Lol I hope he doesn't throw away his talents like countless others. He can be extremely lethal and deadly if coached and trained properly.

Undoubtedly rookie of the year for us.
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Sir Esh gearing up to make a comeback.. And LMFAO at the "BC PC Police" slamming Sabbir's thread with red arrow ratings. Pssh yeah that'd put him in his place. Smacks of the time when a child was saying: "oh oh Shakib showed the middle finger... the photo on the newspaper is fake, but one of our member has a photo..." WTF guys are you like three years old kindergarten? For all your seniority complex you act like frikkin babies.

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Pakistan : 16 for 6

Writing history here.
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Pakistan's lowest total in ODIs is 43

Currently, they are 38/8
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Pakistan just got humiliated by Blackcaps.
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Old January 13, 2018, 02:43 AM
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Pakistan just got humiliated by Blackcaps.
Very disappointed at NZ, they had Pak at 32/8, how could they let them cross 70?
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Wow Pakistan getting wrecked in NZ. What happened to their batting!
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Old January 13, 2018, 09:17 AM
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Haha, Ashraful seems adamant on a come back. Will it happen?

What if he does crazy workouts in the gym and hours of batting practice and absolutely destroys the domestic leagues, and comes back to captain the T20 side at the age of 33. And gets a 16 ball 100 in his first match back?

What a story would that be. I can run wild with my imaginations sometimes.
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^^ Looks like that may happen only in your imagination. In reality, second season running (after return from his ban), Ashraful is still struggling to find his feet in domestics. He will continue to make a decent living out of domestics for few more yeas, based on his past reputation. Then he will prolly retire as a sports analyzer for some Bangla TV channel.
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a very good contest going on between Pakistan and New Zealand at the moment. surprised there is no thread for this.
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a very good contest going on between Pakistan and New Zealand at the moment. surprised there is no thread for this.
Haven't they already lost the series or something?
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Haven't they already lost the series or something?
game back in NZ favor as Grandhomme taking care of business with lusty blows.
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it looks like it is photoshopped..
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Can Zim beat Lanka in Mirpur?
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Good gosh, Zim never had a chance after Shakib took two wickets in the first over. I wonder, if it was a team like Eng, they would have surely counter attacked.
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Also, I saw no passion in the Zim team. Horrible fielding. Blessing M'Bani was so bad in the ropes, I am actually concerned if he is involved with spot fixing. That's how bad it was.


Were we that good? Or did the hotel Zim is staying at in Dhaka give them no food to eat?
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Also, I was looking at the ground. SBNS has never looked so awful. We really can't do better than SBNS, huh? It has become so stale. Place looks like a giant urinal.
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কাটারে কাটছে, গতিও বাড়ছে
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সেটিতে বেশ খুশি বাংলাদেশ দলের সহকারী কোচ রিচার্ড হ্যালসল, ‘এলিট বেসবলের অনেক পিচার (বল নিক্ষেপকারী) একই চোটে পড়ে। পিচাররা ঘণ্টায় ৯০ মাইল বেগে বল ছুড়তে পারে। কিন্তু (চোট থেকে ফিরে) ৯০ মাইলে পৌঁছাতে তাদের দুই বছর লাগে। মোস্তাফিজের সেখানে ১৮ মাস (২০১৬ সালের জুলাইয়ে কাঁধের চোট) হয়েছে। সে কাটার দিতে পারছে, আগের মতো ঘণ্টায় ৮৫ মাইলে (১৩৬ কিলোমিটার) বোলিং করতে পারছে। প্রতি সপ্তাহে গতি এক মাইল করে বাড়ছে। এটা তার কাটারকে আরও কার্যকর করছে। তার আত্মবিশ্বাস আবার ফিরে আসছে।’
good to see his speed is getting up there. halsall is saying he is clocking 135 now. maybe in a month or two can do 140 and up consistently.

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no wonder why tamim and mushy has such consistent performance. shakib doesn't do much net practice but he is shakib after all.

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