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Old December 1, 2014, 03:24 AM
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Default Congrats Taijul

Hattrick on debut.

Great bowling. And thank you. Now we wont see Razzak again (hopefully)
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Old December 1, 2014, 03:30 AM
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Wonderful. Just surprised why we didnt see Taijul in the earlier matches, and why we pick useless guys like Abul Hasan.
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Old December 1, 2014, 03:31 AM
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Old December 1, 2014, 03:36 AM
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Wonderful. Just surprised why we didnt see Taijul in the earlier matches, and why we pick useless guys like Abul Hasan.
Exactly.

But the question is, should we go with both Sunny and Taizul for the WC and leave out Jubair? It would be injustice to drop any of Sunny and Taizul imho and I'm not completely sold to Jubair for odis(in wc) as yet. He gave away one or two half tracker/full toss every over and will be punish big time if he plays against the big boys.

Pacers and spinners for the wc should be:

1) Mash
2) Taskin
3) Al Amin
4) Rubel

5) Sunny
6) Taziul

And of course shakib.
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Old December 1, 2014, 03:39 AM
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Could be a really good idea to take a leggy to Australia....
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Old December 1, 2014, 03:42 AM
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Like many Bangladeshi spinner (lile Elias, Sohrawardy etc) Taijul started well. Hope fully he will keep improving and wont fade away like the rest.

I still don't understand the complete dismantling of Elias. He was such a good, classical SLA. Than out of nowhere he became a pie chucker. Say what you will, international cricket requires tremendus mental strength. I pray to god Taijul has what it takes.
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Old December 1, 2014, 03:45 AM
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Could be a really good idea to take a leggy to Australia....
Jubair really impressed me. He has very impressive control over his flight, his variations are difficult to pick and he seems to have a thinking brain on his shoulders. As a bonus, he's a decent outfielder as well.

But I still think t's terribly unwise to expose him to the big guns, at the big stage. He might take to it like fish to water, but I''d rather not risk the only decent leggy in BD history. He needs to be carefully groomed.

Take a look at Steven Smith and how CA totally mismanaged his bowling career. If not for his outstanding batting, he'd be lost forever.
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Old December 1, 2014, 03:54 AM
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It's not Taizul, it's Taijul. Anyway, congrats on making history
But he should keep in mind that things will be much more harder from here on. He won't always get noobs like Zim batsmen to bowl at
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Old December 1, 2014, 04:09 AM
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Jubair really impressed me. He has very impressive control over his flight, his variations are difficult to pick and he seems to have a thinking brain on his shoulders. As a bonus, he's a decent outfielder as well.

But I still think t's terribly unwise to expose him to the big guns, at the big stage. He might take to it like fish to water, but I''d rather not risk the only decent leggy in BD history. He needs to be carefully groomed.

Take a look at Steven Smith and how CA totally mismanaged his bowling career. If not for his outstanding batting, he'd be lost forever.
Steve smith never was a full time bowler, all rounder at best but more like a part timer.
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Old December 1, 2014, 04:15 AM
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Steve smith never was a full time bowler, all rounder at best but more like a part timer.
I thought he was still a decent leggie. He was picked as a specialist spinner wasn't he?
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Old December 1, 2014, 04:22 AM
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I thought he was still a decent leggie. He was picked as a specialist spinner wasn't he?
Honestly I can't remember what he was picked as, either as an all rounder or as you say a specialist spinner but it was all based on potential,meh hadn't performed with the ball before getting the call from memory anyway.
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Old December 1, 2014, 04:38 AM
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He first made noise at Champions League T20. And despite not being a big hitter he batted in a gutsy maverick manner. His bowling was good, but always part time ish .
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Old December 1, 2014, 04:43 AM
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He was one of the desperate attempt by CA to find a spinner. Any one remember Ashton Agar? Has he also transformed into a Batsman?

That Australian selectors can be just as impatient and incompetent as Faruk et al. gives me hope.
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Congrates taijul.Should be our main spinner in test and first one to come on for shorter version in-case one of sunny and jubair not playing.
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Tough competition among the spinners. I don't think taking both Taijul and Arafat makes any sense when we already have Shakib. Selectors will have to make a tough call here. Jubair should definitely go to Australia. Leg Spinners will go for runs but will also pick up wickets. Jubair will give Mash an extra attacking option.
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I have a feeling both Taijul and Arafat will be in the WC team. And if they both play, I have feeling that they both will do better than our 3rd FB even on Aus/NZ pitch.
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I have a feeling both Taijul and Arafat will be in the WC team. And if they both play, I have feeling that they both will do better than our 3rd FB even on Aus/NZ pitch.
This, Mash and Taskin upfront is best we got, rubel, Alamin shafiul simply not good enough to use the bouncy surface to their advantage.
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Old December 1, 2014, 10:10 AM
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This, Mash and Taskin upfront is best we got, rubel, Alamin shafiul simply not good enough to use the bouncy surface to their advantage.
Shafiul did not do bad in England. So I think he might do better than al amin and rubel.
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Congratulations, Taijul!

Not a bad debut and record. Hope this doesn't further delay the return of Sohel on BC.
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A great record. Congrats Taijul!!

Ei series e koto je record korlam amra. I stopped counting
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Old December 1, 2014, 11:36 AM
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He kept the ball on stumps as Mushfiq asked him to. With this kind of control, he has pretty much put the final nails on Abdur Razzak's international career.
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Old December 1, 2014, 11:58 AM
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enam jr, razzaq, sohag gazi, elias sunny, shohrawardi shuvo, jubair, taijul, shakib, mahmudullah

can we call BD a land of spinner

now nasir is bowling well in domestic

there is mahmudul, saqlain sajib and many more
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congratulations to Taijul.
He has been very impressive, let's hope this continues.
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A wonder boy who would lead the Tigers in the future...

Congrats Taijul. Keep working hard and result will follow...
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