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Old November 7, 2003, 03:36 AM
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If you ask me, sujon is keeping himself off the attack to save his own skin. The way the english are going, he might go for a 24-36 run over and he's afraid we'll find out that he isn't really a bowler, in fact, he is not even a real cricketer.

By the way, not complaining about sujon not bowling, it's good actually.

(another angle - he knows that we are going to lose - so why not give the young bloods a chance to show their tricks)
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Old November 7, 2003, 03:45 AM
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Jamaluddin's personal logbook: Hmmm...Must stick to the batting...
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Old November 7, 2003, 03:47 AM
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I just want Flintoff's head. That's all from this match.. Get Flintie...
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Old November 7, 2003, 03:53 AM
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It was Flintoff's day. 4 wickets, a half-century. Looks like both with bowling and batting, the game finished before he was done.
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Old November 7, 2003, 04:38 AM
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i am shame to be a fan of BD cricket!..what a shame!!!!!

if anyone to kick out from the team, our odhi+nayok(!) should be 1st one n i'll apreciate it.

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Old November 7, 2003, 05:44 AM
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After such a poor batting, at last we got some shantona puroshkar.

But in reality, Mushfique didn't earn those 2 wickets of Solanki and Trescothick.

If there is anything to be proud of, then I will be proud of Monjurul Islam Rana's bowling, he seems to be a better bowler than a batsman, but anyways if someone can stick around for 60 balls in an ODI, then I would be very pleased with the bowler.

According to the TV commentry, he is the first Bangladeshi to get a wicket on his first over.

It was in a way good that Rafique got injured, we got a chance to look at our back-up players.

There is one positive out of this, and I am very happy that Whatmore had noticed it, Rafique's fielding has not been what was expected of him, over the years.

And in today's papers, Whatmore is said to have identified this recent weakness of Rafique. I wonder why all the specialist bowlers of ours who become better bowlers, but turn out to be poorer fielders.

Monjurul Islam Monju - the left arm pacer used to be like that. Just when his bowling seemed to be improving a lot - turning into world class, then his fielding becomes poor.

As I said in another thread, I didn't see Rana's batting, if he can defend and survive any pace attack on any given day, then I will be going for Rana in replacing Rafique pretty soon.

CricketsLife, I agree with you what you said - in the last reply that the effort must be there.


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Apparently Sachin went inside the room and cried n cried
Unfortunately, we don't see our batsman showing at least half of the disappointment that Tendulkar shows after getting out cheaply.

I was particularly pleased with Taibu, the Zimbabwe wicket keeper who was feeling really terrible when he got out after getting to 83 against West Indies in their first innings.

Did you see any kind of 'disappointment' at all in Nafees's face when he got out today? It is his debut match alright, but he didn't show any emotion whatsoever, and from what I have gathered from a Prothom Alo report, everybody in Nafis's family watched today's game at the stadium. So many sacrifices have been made by Nafis's family to turn him into a cricketer, and yet he didn't show any emotion whatsoever. This is simply called "Bokhate".
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Old November 7, 2003, 07:27 AM
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Fwullah, u r getting into murky waters now. Sachin cried that one day, but otherwise when he gets out cheaply, u cant figure out whts he thinking.

YOu cannot judge all that easily. DAvid Gower, a wonderful bat didnt look all that fussed up when he got out, it doesnt mean he doesnt care. ditto many other great players.

only those really close to a player, the coach etc would know the attitude n commitment level of a particular player.
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Old November 7, 2003, 07:39 AM
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If only we had 11 extras instead of 11 players we would have scored over 300 runs.

Ugh! Some day.
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Old November 7, 2003, 09:49 AM
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You are going to replace Rafique with Rana after the latter has had one match under his belt? And because Rafique has poor fielding?

I don't know why picking 11 cricketers has become such rocket science that is consuming all of Bangladesh.
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Old November 7, 2003, 06:46 PM
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Lets forget all about it now, It was simply frustrating to see the batsman going down that way after a bright start by Hannan Sarkar.

With the sense coming in now, I think that Hannan Sarkar had more responsibility on his shoulders to carry on rather than blame those who did not get in.
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