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Old November 5, 2003, 03:01 AM
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BCB DS: 17 for 0 (4.0 overs)

Humayun Kabir not out 8 13 1 0
Mohammad Ashraful not out 5 11 1 0
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Old November 5, 2003, 03:30 AM
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37 for 1 (11.0 overs)


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Humayun Kabir not out   22  42  3  0
Ashraful c McGrath b Kirtley 6  20  1  0
Ehsanul Haque not out   4  11  0  0

Anderson 5  0  15  0 
Kirtley 5  1  16  1      
Flintoff 1  0  2  0
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Old November 5, 2003, 03:52 AM
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Humayun Kabir c C M W Read b A Flintoff 22 46 3 0
Mohammad Ashraful c A McGrath b R J Kirtley 6 20 1 0
Ehsanul Haque not out 11 21 1 0
Nasiruddin Faruque not out 0 9 0 0

(for 2 wickets) 44

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Old November 5, 2003, 04:20 AM
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Talha Jubair has anything but match practice. He never bowls accurately with loads of match-practice - he's just like that. I guess that's the reason why he is not in the BD U-19 team.

We all know that Mohammad Ashraful can take wickets - just like Talha, he gives away too many runs in his bowling.

But it was bad to see that he got out with the bat so early, he is certainly struggling to cope with fast bowling. I never thought that he'd stay 20 balls to score only 6 runs. So he should get credit for that.

Lets see how others bat.
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Old November 5, 2003, 05:32 AM
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Whatever is up with Ashraful. He just ruined a chance to prove himself.....
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Old November 5, 2003, 05:51 AM
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Lost by 167 runs...
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Old November 5, 2003, 07:38 AM
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ashraful missed his chance and this time he have to wait long and work hard to get another chance...damn him!
okale jhore jasse ...
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Old November 5, 2003, 07:43 AM
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i think BCB DS bollowing was poor thou they got england all out.
lost by 167 run!!!
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Old November 5, 2003, 07:49 AM
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Default This result is not surprising at all

The England team contain the best of England's young hitters, Solanki, Strauss, Collingwood, Flintoff, Blackwell! We talk about Flintoff, but have you guys seen Blackwell? He has his critics (largely because he is a little fat and a little unfit), but man he can hit the ball!

One thing is for certain, England will score a lot of runs in the ODIs and the only way we will compete is by scoring a lot of runs as well.
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Old November 5, 2003, 07:59 AM
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Its really sad that Ashrafull, has had a failure. Sometimes a career hinges on these matches, a decent knock here, the selectors forced to pick him and then may just maybe higher things for him.

but then again, this will reveal his mettle, whts he made of. All he needs is to go n park himself and read some great comeback stories from the history of this great game. He is young, maybe even reckless now, but hopefully has the hunger, fire to play for his country. In the end thats what matters, as SMGavakar keeps harping, the game is played between the ears, just not on talent alone.

If Ashraful can show even iota of 'hunger' which I see in the much maligned Javed Omar, he will do good.
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