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Old April 12, 2007, 03:03 AM
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Originally Posted by sandpiper
WHAT IS THE HEIGHT OF SRILANKAN PLAYERS ???
jayasuria, mahela, malinga, chamara, dilshan ?????
dont make lame excuse, they won the world cup with ranatunga, de silva, chandana, murali and kaluwitharana
Dude. i aint making excuses here. U bttr read carefully b4 questioning.
I was telling some1 the hieghts of the bd player when he tld mst of our playrs r short. I wsnt arguing why they r short or nythin in regrd to that.ok.
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Old April 12, 2007, 03:06 AM
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Shaddat 6-3?
yeas.shahadat is 6'3"
i dint mention him coz i jst mentioned those players who played today.
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Old April 12, 2007, 09:37 AM
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Unhappy Learning how to win

This was a match that Bangladesh probably would win in the next world cup. It takes a team some time to learn winning. They showed courage and grit under fire both when batting and bowling, but their inexperience showed as well. Bangladeshi batsmen still cannot handle fast, bouncy wickets, and they failed to adjust to the adverse conditions, Saqibul being the only exception. (Bangladesh should build at least one fast, bouncy pitch.) Some wickets were lost to nearly unplayable balls. But, most fell because of inadvisable strokes, especially given the conditions. A little patience, like Saqibul showed, would have been worth between 30-60 runs. I am pretty sure that Bangladesh would have won if they scored 175+.

The spinners bowled great, as always, by maintaining immaculate line and length, but we lack an attacking spinner. After the 6th wicket fell, we needed wickets. Runs slowed down to a trickle, but our bowlers failed to take any wicket. I am not asking for a Murali (not that I will complain if we get one!), but we need to develop 1-2 spinners who will attack the stamps. This will help us in test matches as well. A leg spinner with a good googly will be ideal.

Shoaib Akhtar became a much more dangerous bowler after he concentrated on line, length, and subtle variation of speed, rather than trying to always bowl in the high 90's (in mph, high 150's in kph). I am convinced that what worked with Rawalpindi Express will work at least as well with Norail Express.

Finally, let's win our final two matches and end this WC in a positive note. Bangladesh can beat West Indies; they need to contain Lara, Gayle, and Chanderpaul. We should not take Ireland lightly. That is how Pakistan lost against them. Ireland has 2-3 very dangerous players.

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Old April 12, 2007, 01:29 PM
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I put mortaza up cuz he can hit hard..
the run rate will be higher..
if he gets out aftr 30 or 35.. tht's good euff.
Im sure he can bat wit at middle order wit a calm nerve.. and hit hard as well
Aftab at no. 7 so.. someone can keep the ship sailing. May be him and Mushfiq will be able to make a good parternership at the end.
taile to NZ bowler Franklin ke o aaro aage namaile valo hoto... since hes getting runs in every matches??? ki bolen???
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Old April 12, 2007, 11:51 PM
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Totally agree wit Golden Asif and OZGOD.
hey.. didn't we play better than India and Pakistan??
Look where we are now. To see them where they are now is a great feeling. Just luvin it.
But I think We need to change the batting order.
Here's my batting order..

1. Omar
2. Iqbal
3. Ashraful
4. Bashar
5. MOrtaza
6. Sakib
7. Aftab
8. Rafique
9. MushfiQ
10. Razzak
11. Rasel

Omar, Iqbal, Sakib, Aftab, Ash, Mortaza, Rahim, Rafiqe, Bashar, Razzak, Rasell
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Old April 13, 2007, 12:21 PM
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Hey everyone...
I uploaded the highlights of the England Vs Bangladesh match in my website....
here is the link...enjoy !
http://www.amadervideo.com/categories.php?id=7

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Old April 13, 2007, 01:49 PM
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Thanks Abu bhai. Nice video.
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