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Old June 18, 2019, 03:09 AM
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IMO depite me disliking Liton, we need someone who will take over the gloves (eventually). Despite Liton scoring that 94* there were alot of silly errors he got away with and by that time Windies bowlers had mentality lost. What impressed me was he got set first. If he could only work on his footwork.
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Old June 18, 2019, 04:51 AM
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That’s why Sabbir is/was important to the team but unfortunately his lack of development has really taken a lot away from the team that it could’ve had. imagine a team consisting all of soumya, liton and Sabbir but they happened to be more consistent and all averaged 35+ (like the current seniors) soumya and Sabbir strike at close to 100 and liton is 85/90.
Sabbir regressed in many ways. He was a useful finisher but he has not been able to deliver for years. His 100 against NZ in a losing cause is useless. I rate Soumya's 29 run knock higher than that useless century.
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Old June 18, 2019, 12:06 PM
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Finally Bangladesh got a capable replacement in the place of Mithun Chakraborty (I am a Disco Dancer).
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Old June 18, 2019, 02:10 PM
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What a talent this guy is! Take a bow son.
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Old June 18, 2019, 07:04 PM
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I just hope he doesn't follow this innings with a string of low scores, otherwise we're back to square one again.
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Old June 18, 2019, 09:47 PM
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I think he is at a different league compared to other tryouts. He may have occasional lapse in performance because of inexperience but I believe we have got a pure batsman in him.

His comparatively better keeping is actually a bonus.
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Old June 19, 2019, 12:36 PM
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..had the talent, now showing some maturity. When he first came his batting had some weakness (all leg side shots), but he worked hard and addressed some of the technical issues. He plays with confidence from the beginning, but gets out prematurely. he went back and produced some good innings in local league. He got one chance against Ireland tour andhe produced, get got into the team as reserve. Now he got another chance to play in the WC and in his first WC game, he came in difficult situation and he showed enormous maturity and skill to give Sakib a hand to take us up-to the end. What more can you expect from a young reserve player from his first game in WC?




I know its just one game. But in this one game he was a gem.
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Old June 19, 2019, 11:36 PM
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..had the talent, now showing some maturity. When he first came his batting had some weakness (all leg side shots), but he worked hard and addressed some of the technical issues. He plays with confidence from the beginning, but gets out prematurely. he went back and produced some good innings in local league. He got one chance against Ireland tour andhe produced, get got into the team as reserve. Now he got another chance to play in the WC and in his first WC game, he came in difficult situation and he showed enormous maturity and skill to give Sakib a hand to take us up-to the end. What more can you expect from a young reserve player from his first game in WC?




I know its just one game. But in this one game he was a gem.
Totally agreed, even a Litton critique cannot complain.You have to have tremendous ability to play your first game in the world cup and score 94*(69) coming at a situation where your team is in a precarious position.

The thing about litton is, he is the ideal batsman moving forward. Mithun or Imrul will play these good slow innings here or there but seldom strike it over 80. Litton came in and scored at 130+ without taking too much risk at the beginning. His 76 against Ireland was class too, effortless.

It was also great to see that he actively tries to rotate strike which Mithun, Sabbir and Riad can't do.

I hope he is consistent and alsp improve a few things, which includes his footwork when ball is bowled close the stumps
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Old June 20, 2019, 12:51 AM
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With Mossadek reportedly out due to injury.. very very important for Liton to put up a good score today
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Old June 22, 2019, 06:46 AM
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https://indianexpress.com/article/sp...music-5789304/

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“A few years ago, he would have run away from a bouncer. I have lost count of the number of times he had been hit on the helmet or the body. There had been times when even we even feared for his safety while batting. Maybe, he was very short that fast bowlers targeted him with short-balls. It also didn't help him that he never looked to duck or sway from bouncers. He was so feisty that he wanted to take them on,”
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“Sir, why can’t I play the pull shot like others. I want to be a better puller than all of them. Please help me sir or I will quit.”
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So after the regular sessions were over, he used to take him to nets and feed him with chest-high full tosses from 15 yards. “The same old trick, wet tennis balls at his body. The number of balls he faced went up from 100 in the first week to 300 by the third. After a while, every day I used to wake up with a shoulder strain,”

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“We needed 46 runs in the last three overs, and he just came and belted Hossain for five successive boundaries,”

“After the first pull, the opposition captain stationed three fielders in the leg. But it didn't matter, he kept playing the pulls, beat them all and we won the match with 2-3 balls to spare,”
Love reading such stories!!
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Old June 22, 2019, 09:14 AM
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Lol even in domestics you can count on Rubel for screwing up 45 from last 3
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Old June 23, 2019, 01:44 PM
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Love reading such stories!!
wonderful article. thanks for sharing.
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Old June 23, 2019, 01:48 PM
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wonderful article. thanks for sharing.
Nice article although talks only how ecstatic Montu D is from the two pull shots his ex student produced - could be little more analytic and investigative.
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