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Old July 27, 2006, 10:40 AM
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Oh yes, he silenced me:p
lol I was being sarcastic mate!
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Old July 27, 2006, 11:11 AM
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every media in bangladesh are saying that this tour is a matter of life and death for ash.
i am sure we wont see ash for a long time if he fails now.

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Old July 27, 2006, 11:12 AM
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BD team haven't done that bad today considering they were in a unknown condition and foreign soil. But i was expecting some fireworks from the batsman like Masrafe did in his bowling!

I think Ash is due for a big innings. Its been a long time since he scored a big one! Considering the chances i would like to see Ash score a double in this series.
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Old July 27, 2006, 11:16 AM
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Considering the chances i would like to see Ash score a double in this series.
How about a quarter?
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Old July 27, 2006, 11:17 AM
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....I think Ash is due for a big innings. Its been a long time since he scored a big one! Considering the chances i would like to see Ash score a double in this series.
Wow!! what did you say? A double? meaning a double century? He would surpass Sir Viv Richard before Afridi, Dhoni and others? First one in the history of the game (ODI) to score a double century?

Or did you mean a double digit score? Like say 11, 12
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Old July 27, 2006, 11:20 AM
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I think Ash is due for a big innings. Its been a long time since he scored a big one! Considering the chances i would like to see Ash score a double in this series.
Thats insane.... thats like offering a diabetic patient (who is trying to control his blood sugar) one dozon of tosh-to-she rosho-golla.
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Old July 27, 2006, 12:25 PM
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"His opening partner Shahriar Nafees (12 off 16) fell early by getting too flashy while Mohammad Ashraful had one more disappointing outing when he fell for 12 (32 balls). His was a soft dismissal as he offered a tame catch to cover off leg-spinner Kamungozi."

Rainhill is no too far off! Put him on the first flight back to Liverpool. What a waste of opportunity. Play Mushfique in his place.
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Old July 27, 2006, 01:19 PM
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Considering the chances i would like to see Ash score a double in this series.
Ashraful has very good chance of scoring a double (2) in this series.
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Old July 27, 2006, 01:54 PM
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^^ lol

So much [sarcasm]thoughtful and balanced[/sarcasm] criticism. JO haters are still at large, he got 45 with luck or not he does best within his limitations, while our superstar [insert here] barely manages to reach double figure.

Anyway, nice to see Aftab scoring runs. I reckon he'll be our top scorer if not Nafees. Looking forward to see some centuries!
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Old July 27, 2006, 02:08 PM
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first of all thanks for the report by rabeed imam and thank you for posting over here. We were eagerly waiting for it.
So far it looks good to see players getting an idea of pitch, field and conditions, though Harare ground could be different.
I am concerned about Masrafee's back man. I don't want him to be like Shohaib. Hope Bashar would know how to use him. He should not have more than three overs in first session. then can break up the overs.
Great to see, Rajib using aggression. But aggression without brain is regression.
Rest did pretty OK but wanted to see more wkts for two "R"s

Hehe what can i say about JO. He is our JO. Can't deny his contribution of 45. Second highest score and ofcourse it is important. If he could have done it in 60 balls that would have been fantastic. Ah guess "Something is better than nothing", atleast he didn't got out cheaply like SN or Ash.
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Old July 27, 2006, 07:50 PM
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i did not say that i will start loving him like few of us does here, so it was not total conversion.

but he is still a boring batsman who score runs & our superstar is scores ocassionaly
Idon't think anyone here loves him... some of us just see his importance
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Old July 28, 2006, 04:31 AM
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Wow!! what did you say? A double? meaning a double century? He would surpass Sir Viv Richard before Afridi, Dhoni and others? First one in the history of the game (ODI) to score a double century?

Or did you mean a double digit score? Like say 11, 12
Whenever Ash was at his back he did something like nobody ever did before.. His beginning was by creating a history(maiden century).. he thrived in world cricket creating another one(Century against aussies).. hope he will come back by producing a miracle..

if he fails this time, i am going to widraw my expectations from him.. for good
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Old July 28, 2006, 06:13 AM
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I think Ash is due for a big innings. Its been a long time since he scored a big one! Considering the chances i would like to see Ash score a double in this series.
i will be happy if scores 3 fifties & reach double figures in every matches
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Old July 28, 2006, 06:23 AM
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BD team haven't done that bad today considering they were in a unknown condition and foreign soil. But i was expecting some fireworks from the batsman like Masrafe did in his bowling!

I think Ash is due for a big innings. Its been a long time since he scored a big one! Considering the chances i would like to see Ash score a double in this series.
Some days ago he scored century or double century or both for rainhill. So he is not due anything for the next three (if he got) series. Definately you would see some double from him ( it may be double 0, double 1 and 11 )
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Old July 28, 2006, 08:53 AM
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if he fails this time, i am going to widraw my expectations from him.. for good
Been there, done that.
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Old July 28, 2006, 09:08 AM
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Some days ago he scored century or double century or both for rainhill. So he is not due anything for the next three (if he got) series. Definately you would see some double from him ( it may be double 0, double 1 and 11 )
Where is rainhill and where is test level cricket nation!!
Apparently, our selectors, because of lucrative deal, send him over there without even realizing what good it will bring to Ash. Ash is gone and he will be another Rokon, fault is our cricketer's mentality and our selectors' failure to make them good.
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