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Old September 24, 2006, 12:42 PM
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Default A New Second World Record for Bangladesh???!!!

We have a chance of creating a new record just after Australia's world record, but for that to happen, we've to first sacrifice our dreams of qualifying to the second phase of Champions Trophy. You guys should've understood by now that Bangladesh should beat Zimbabwe in Champions Trophy, and then contrive to whitewash Zimbabwe in the coming home series 7-0. Later, against Scotland, and in the tri-seies along with Bermuda and Canada, we can have back to back victories in those 5 matches, and then there it'll be, the second best world record for the most consecutive victories. Eventhough this shall be a gargantuan achievement by Bangladesh, it'd inconspicuous to the cricketing world due to the fact that our 13-match winning streak would be against feeble nations. Whatsover, record books never conceal, and atleast, Bangladesh's name will be discernible alongside Australia for the most consecutive victories . What do you think guys?
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Old September 24, 2006, 12:52 PM
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Hey ... thats pretty intelligent thinking actually. You could be right, given that kind of scenario. However the upcoming Bdesh-Zim series is only 5 ODIs now and not 7. I'd imagine the result would be 4-1 to Bangladesh ...

The Zimbabwean team is not 'better' than Bangladesh. I believe the reason why they performed well in the last ODI series was because of their coach, Ken Curran, who is quite fundamental in discipline. He makes sure each player puts in 110% and doesn't joke around. I know for a fact that if Phil Simmons had been coach, Bangladesh would have won that recent ODI series.

Canada will be pushovers in the future ... but Bermuda don't look too bad. They've had some early success in their short ODI history and I'm sure they'll look for an upset on home conditions.
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Old September 24, 2006, 03:01 PM
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hmm thats a possibility...
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Old September 24, 2006, 04:30 PM
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hmm.. I think most of us would rather like to see Bangladesh in the scond round of ICC Chamions Trophy, than to achieve this useless record.
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Old September 24, 2006, 05:25 PM
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Well, we should set target for one series at a time! Now, our utmost goal is to reach the 2nd round of CT. Just let the other things set aside.
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Old September 24, 2006, 07:44 PM
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Tri series against Barmuda and Canada? Where and when?
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Old September 25, 2006, 12:33 AM
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bhai.. dont hope that much.. remember what happened after hoping to whitewash zims??
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Old September 25, 2006, 02:24 AM
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Well...Possibilities are of course there, but the chance of converting that to reality is a different thing.Our team is not in a stage that we can gurantee that we will be winning all the matches against weaker or same-level oppositions.Other than Australia, winning according to the expectation in a rare thing with all the teams.

It will indeed be a great achievement to win even 5/6 matches consicutively.Lets hope we willl win last 5-6 matches before world cup continuously.That can be a real booster for the World Cup.
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Old September 25, 2006, 04:38 AM
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i still prefer qualify for the second phase of ct

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Old September 25, 2006, 07:50 AM
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...and then contrive to whitewash Zimbabwe in the coming home series 7-0...... What do you think guys?
Abar suru hoilo 'whitewash dream'!

Sorry mate.. not falling in that 'humble-pie' trap again this time!
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Old September 25, 2006, 07:56 AM
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Mate, how about try to win atleast 2-3 matches in a row, even against the likes of Zimbabwe, let alone "second world record".

Thats far stretching our wild dreams, even for someone so optimist like me.
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Old September 25, 2006, 08:19 AM
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শুণ্যে সৌধ নির্মাণ!
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Old September 25, 2006, 08:28 AM
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don't get it winning against top test team, how this can be equal than winning with regular tes team.. That means I scored 50 in para moholla match makes me better than Ash ...wow ...now I will be in national team and my new name will SSfool like AshThefool.
I feel important...I will do the world record too just like "Ash"
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Old September 27, 2006, 04:39 AM
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bangladesh playing against canada and bermuda? i heard about them playing scottland but this is the first time i heard about bermuda and canada. i want to see bangladesh playing against top teams not no third class team like bermuda and canada. beating them and making records in useless. we need to play some test cricket instead of playing against these teams.
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Old September 27, 2006, 05:20 AM
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Let us c wahts happen, but their is a possibility.
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Alright guys, just brought this topic up after our convincing win against Zimbabwe in CT. Anticipating your views and thoughts on this matter.
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Old October 13, 2006, 11:53 AM
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DON't YOU DARE TO DREAM for whitewash...plz i beg you don't don't
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Old October 13, 2006, 12:05 PM
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DON't YOU DARE TO DREAM for whitewash...plz i beg you don't don't
Forgot what happened last time! Thanks for reminding.
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Old October 13, 2006, 12:17 PM
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DON't YOU DARE TO DREAM for whitewash...plz i beg you don't don't
Don't you dare to discourage our dreams...pls I beg you don't don't!

If you don't have enough courage to dream anything, don't.But, we gotta dream cause we know oneday it will come true.Same old saying once more -

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I am quite optimistic of whitewashing ZIM this time.
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Old October 13, 2006, 12:30 PM
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All we have to do is take one game at a time. One over at at time. Thats all. A record is a record and my child and grand child's generation can atleast repeat the same streak against the equal boys (no more big boys then).
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We have a chance of creating a new record just after Australia's world record, but for that to happen, we've to first sacrifice our dreams of qualifying to the second phase of Champions Trophy. You guys should've understood by now that Bangladesh should beat Zimbabwe in Champions Trophy, and then contrive to whitewash Zimbabwe in the coming home series 7-0. Later, against Scotland, and in the tri-seies along with Bermuda and Canada, we can have back to back victories in those 5 matches, and then there it'll be, the second best world record for the most consecutive victories. Eventhough this shall be a gargantuan achievement by Bangladesh, it'd inconspicuous to the cricketing world due to the fact that our 13-match winning streak would be against feeble nations. Whatsover, record books never conceal, and atleast, Bangladesh's name will be discernible alongside Australia for the most consecutive victories . What do you think guys?

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vs Canada, Bermuda and Scotland this is my squad at first glance :P

nazmul hossain
farhad reza
Rasel
Rajib
SN (capt)
Rajin (vc)
Ash
Aftab
Sakib
Mehrab Jr
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Old October 13, 2006, 07:30 PM
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vs Canada, Bermuda and Scotland this is my squad at first glance :P

nazmul hossain
farhad reza
Rasel
Rajib
SN (capt)
Rajin (vc)
Ash
Aftab
Sakib
Mehrab Jr
Mushfiq
Enam
Razzak
i agree...then add mash and rafiq for the WC and we're set
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Old October 13, 2006, 09:25 PM
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yeap, about time this thread re-surfaced...
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