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Old July 25, 2018, 09:45 PM
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Default Post Match Discussion: WI v BD 2nd ODI 2018

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Rubels 22run over comes to bite BD in the end somewhat.

Batting wise. Great start. But mr tamato and his slow test innings in ODI wasted 36 ball for a 50 with the Strike rate of 63 (are you freaking kidding me!!!?? 63??!), Slowed things down in the middle after first PP.

Shakib got out wrong time, needed to bat sensible. Mushy did brilliant with Riyad but both failed to see the team home just like that one game most remember in 2016...
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Old July 25, 2018, 09:46 PM
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Last two overs only 10 runs came. When it was 13 needed off 12 balls if I’m not mistaken. With 6wickets in hand.


Unbelievable.
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Old July 25, 2018, 09:47 PM
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Who the **** keeps picking Sabbir over and ****ing over again
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Old July 25, 2018, 09:48 PM
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And how can we forget Shakib's dropped catch off Hetmyer. He scored almost 50 runs after that drop, that too at a much faster rate than Shakib's own fifty.
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Old July 25, 2018, 09:48 PM
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Who the **** keeps picking Sabbir over and ****ing over again
the same idiots that keeps picking anamul over and over again
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Old July 25, 2018, 09:50 PM
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Blame MASH for winning the toss and fielding first. He expected dew and there was not much to affect the Windies spinners.
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Old July 25, 2018, 10:02 PM
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And how can we forget Shakib's dropped catch off Hetmyer. He scored almost 50 runs after that drop, that too at a much faster rate than Shakib's own fifty.

Costly drop.

Many decisive moments in the game, no doubt. There’s no one particular one, in fairness. Rubels 22 was one, before that Shakibs drop catch of Hetmyer, Tamims slow battinf after first pp meant BD had a period of catching up and rebuilding after he pathetically got out swinging wild after he realised he was eating up too much too many balls.

For me. The drop catch is worse than 22 Rubel gave. It was a set batsman and a setbatsman with some power can destroy towards and get the team up, providing he gets the juicy balls given to him by the big hearted pie chucker (at the death) Rubel. Had Shakib caught it then Windies might have not even reached 250!
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Old July 25, 2018, 10:03 PM
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Last two overs 10 runs. 13 was needed off 12 balls if I’m not mistaken. With 6wickets in hand.


Unbelievable.
It was even simpler.

8 off 7 balls. 6 wickets in hand.
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Old July 25, 2018, 10:05 PM
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I was really disappointed with Tamims approach. You simply don’t play like this when chasing 270.

I also think Sabbir/Mosaddek are not ODI or T20 material.
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Old July 25, 2018, 10:09 PM
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What’s the point having Mossadekk and Miraz in the same 11? Mossadekk can’t find a position in the top 5 then he is of no good to the side. Bangladesh needs to get LKD in for Mossadekk. Ariful for Sabbir.

Mossadekk wasted two balls, first up and looked so terrified. Jheez. It was really embarrassing in the end. Ariful could’ve swung it hard, Mossadekk just doesn’t have it to be in that situation.
Sabbir thinks he is Afridi, trying to sweep one off full toss for six dude it takes huge amount of strength, elevation high enough and over playing like that shot, need a huge amount of power. Plus it’s a big boundary towards that side he hit and got out. Why didn’t he place it into the gap for a 4 (if it stopped in the outside due to the slow outfield) or at least a couple of runs.
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I was really disappointed with Tamims approach. You simply don’t play like this when chasing 270.

I also think Sabbir/Mosaddek are not ODI or T20 material.
SR of 65 after facing 70+ deliveries is a crime in modern cricket. He along with Mosaddek, Shabbir and Rubel cost us the match..
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Old July 25, 2018, 10:15 PM
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8 off 6 curse continues
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I was really disappointed with Tamims approach. You simply don’t play like this when chasing 270.

I also think Sabbir/Mosaddek are not ODI or T20 material.
Sabbir is not Test or ODI material.

We don't know enough about Mosaddek. Coming in and hitting boundaries right away is not easy. Mosaddek is a top order batsman but batting down low due to seniority. And then not getting picked for Test cricket because the selectors don't know how to do their jobs.
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Old July 25, 2018, 11:16 PM
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Hetmayer displayed how to bat, picking up singles and doubles when there is no boundary available. Bangladeshi Batsmen failed to do that. They consumed too many dot balls. They can't expect to do well when they approach batting the way they did in the first two match. They have to address that issue first.
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Old July 25, 2018, 11:45 PM
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We are in serious need of talent. Holding back the young players isn't helping either. It's a catch-22 in which you give them a go, they fail, and fans blame team management for not using someone more experienced. But eventually our experiences this will be gone and we'll be left with severely undercooked players.
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Old July 26, 2018, 12:17 AM
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We are in serious need of talent. Holding back the young players isn't helping either. It's a catch-22 in which you give them a go, they fail, and fans blame team management for not using someone more experienced. But eventually our experiences this will be gone and we'll be left with severely undercooked players.
We are trying out the wrong talent again and again that is the problem , and those who deserve a chance to prove themselves are batting in wrong positions considering their strengths.

Minhazul Abedin Nannu and Habibul Bashar are not the right men for the job
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Old July 26, 2018, 12:40 AM
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Hey guys relax. Tamim got a 50. Mullah got a 39 to up his average.

What more do you guys want??????
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Old July 26, 2018, 01:53 AM
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Mushy and riyad did get the team into a winning position but then abandoned the team, with that being the case I still think if you’ve got a batsman like mosa in your line up then he needs to be batting 3-5, no lower and preferably at 3/4 not 5. Mushy used to be the best finisher, then sabbir came along and had a handful of good innings, riyad has also turned himself into a decent finisher so mosa should’ve gone in ahead of at least one of them.

I would like to see shanto in the team, would like to see liton get more chances to, maybe swap anamul for liton and mosa for shanto, bat them up and put mushy and riyad down so they can be the finishers. Don’t see any choice other than to keep sabbir unless you put anamul down the order instead.
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Only a team like ours can lose this match..... ridiculous
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Old July 26, 2018, 04:57 AM
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If that DRS review didn't happen, the 4 would have counted instead of being called a dead-ball. We would have won the match.
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Old July 26, 2018, 08:43 AM
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Bring Ash at 6 as the hitter. Better than shabbir mosa combined. #ashat6@WC2019
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Old July 26, 2018, 08:51 AM
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If that DRS review didn't happen, the 4 would have counted instead of being called a dead-ball. We would have won the match.
Still 8 runs from 6 balls with so many wickets in hand is a routine win for other teams. We suck. This is the reality
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Old July 26, 2018, 09:04 AM
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We cant compete with just 4 established batsmen. On top of that none of the 4 handle pressure very well. We need that extra gear at the top and at the death that Soumya and Nasir in their glory days, provided the team.
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