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Old August 8, 2005, 09:42 AM
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do you guys remember which idoits said that bangladesh team would lose to county sides? i believe it was ian botham. well i wonder what he has to say about our a-team beating their county sides.
How many 3 day matches BD "A" has won/drawn in this tour so far? (against county sides)
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Old August 8, 2005, 09:50 AM
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How many 3 day matches BD "A" has won/drawn in this tour so far? (against county sides)
One. The rained out 3 day match. Does it count?
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Old August 8, 2005, 12:10 PM
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One. The rained out 3 day match. Does it count?
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That doesn't count, since the match was abandoned without a single ball being bowled, not drawn.

Edited on, August 8, 2005, 5:11 PM GMT, by Spitfire_x86.
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Old August 8, 2005, 01:42 PM
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There isn't much difference between Imran Khan, Ganguly or Steve Waugh. All of them were very influential, arrogant and had a big mouth.
Agreed! But, only two out of the three backed up their big mounths with world cup trophies for their countries...
of the three captains, i think waugh was the best, has a steel in character. imran i dont think was such a good captain, he was lucky in 1992WC and pakistan won it basically by individual brilliance of inzi and akram. but he tended to command respect from the team. i think ganguli is a better captain than imran, his aggressive attitude works well for india. but pakistan tend to lift their game when pressure is on, india on the other hand play worse. and probably the reason for india not winning the WC2003.
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Old August 12, 2005, 12:50 PM
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Seen S. Nafees against Surrey, he is a class player!
1st Inning: 50 Runs out of 76 Balls, with 9x4
2nd Inning: 63 Runs out of 53 Balls, with 10x4, 2x6

Cheers!!
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Old August 12, 2005, 01:14 PM
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Seen S. Nafees against Surrey, he is a class player!
1st Inning: 50 Runs out of 76 Balls, with 9x4
2nd Inning: 63 Runs out of 53 Balls, with 10x4, 2x6

Cheers!!
How can you see Shahriar Nafees playing against Durham and Surrey while living at Dhaka? Is any sports channel showing these matces?
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Old August 12, 2005, 01:51 PM
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How can you see Shahriar Nafees playing against Durham and Surrey while living at Dhaka? Is any sports channel showing these matces? [/quote]

me toooo was perplexed to see the heading & post of sleeping_giant.. initially thought like,somebody gonna report us some first-hand info of s.nafees & gong by being there at the stadium..
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Old August 12, 2005, 03:17 PM
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Originally posted by sleeping_giant
Seen S. Nafees against Surrey, he is a class player!
1st Inning: 50 Runs out of 76 Balls, with 9x4
2nd Inning: 63 Runs out of 53 Balls, with 10x4, 2x6

Cheers!!
How can you see Shahriar Nafees playing against Durham and Surrey while living at Dhaka? Is any sports channel showing these matces?
Does day-dreaming count???
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Old August 12, 2005, 03:28 PM
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Don't you guys watch the performance of "Tushar Imran" ? He gets wicket as well when he bowls ....... This guy is genious way better than "Shahriar Nafees" ........
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Old August 12, 2005, 04:20 PM
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Don't you guys watch the performance of "Tushar Imran" ? He gets wicket as well when he bowls ....... This guy is genious way better than "Shahriar Nafees" ........
You are Dead Wrong! Just look at the Natwest series! stats and the cricketweb ratings.
10 being the highesta and 1 being the lowest.

Shahriar Nafees - 8
4 matches, 143 runs @ 35.75

While he will perhaps not gain the recognition for his efforts in this series that Ashraful will, Shahriar Nafees nevertheless gave Bangladesh fans plenty to cheer about. Sporting a surprisingly solid defensive technique and displaying confidence that belies his age of just 19, Shahriar looked the part of a test class opener from the moment he arrived on the scene as a highly rated debutant in the third game against England. Success came twice against Australia, on wickets where many other batsmen looked all at sea and against quality bowlers. His highlight of the series will undoubtedly be the man of the match effort against Australia in the final game, where he saw off Lee and Gillespie early and then opened his shoulders in a stylish innings of 75 off 116 balls.


Tushar Imran - 1
6 matches, 70 runs @ 11.66

A disappointing series for Tushar Imran earns him the lowest score in his team. He played all six matches but could manage only 70 runs, with only a couple of starts and a series of failures next to his name. His best effort came in the match at Headingley where he added 70 for the second wicket with Javed Omar, but it was not enough to salvage respectability for Bangladesh's most disappointing player.


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Old August 12, 2005, 04:26 PM
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Ouch Cricman. Back to reality.
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Old August 12, 2005, 04:40 PM
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I'm not putting down Tushar, I just think when someone makes a comment like This guy is genious way better than "Shahriar Nafees" ........

Tushar has had a great Tour, He's going to get his Test Cap back, but Shahriar Nafees is the opener we've never had, and like how Mcinees said Future Captain of Bangladesh.
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