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Old June 21, 2015, 08:38 PM
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Far too reckless in chases imo that is the style but needs to understand the situation better being the senior player..
Yeh I agree, Tamim when chasing seems like a headless chicken by constantly dancing down the track every delivery. He looks to try to slog anything coming in his way.
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Old June 21, 2015, 08:48 PM
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Tamim is someone who needs to be given license to play how he naturally plays regardless of situation, especially in the shorter formats. He's been in a bit of a slump the last few years and a lot of that time he was trying to slow down his play but what he was doing was giving too much respect to the opposition bowling and taking away his natural scoring ability, from the Pakistan series he decided to be more aggressive again and look, what happened. In tests he's still been playing big innings but I think in the shorter format he needs to be able to play his way, otherwise he'll be lost and score a lot less.
Exactly! Allow Tamim Iqbal to go after the bowling. Even if it looks like a "headless chicken", look at McCullum and how he has made an impact at NZ.

Fearless approach and hopefully this is the Tamim Iqbal we will see for the rest of his career. Unsung hero of this series and waiting to see a ton from him next match.
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Old June 21, 2015, 09:43 PM
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He has the physical skills to play to situations the problem is he isn't there mentally and he tried to reach that for the last 4/5 years, he's still young so maybe he'll one day get there but in the mean time I think we'll get more out of him by just letting him do it his way and hopefully he'll naturally develop that mental side he's been struggling with.
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Old June 21, 2015, 11:02 PM
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well, with soumya at the other end, bd now has somebody who can do the tamim job even if tamim fails.

the more these two plays, they will find out a formula of how to build the opening stand. deepending on pitch and opponent attack they will figure out, who will play risky shots and who will play the anchor.
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Old June 22, 2015, 12:09 AM
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Tamim is someone who needs to be given license to play how he naturally plays regardless of situation, especially in the shorter formats. He's been in a bit of a slump the last few years and a lot of that time he was trying to slow down his play but what he was doing was giving too much respect to the opposition bowling and taking away his natural scoring ability, from the Pakistan series he decided to be more aggressive again and look, what happened. In tests he's still been playing big innings but I think in the shorter format he needs to be able to play his way, otherwise he'll be lost and score a lot less.
well said
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Old June 22, 2015, 12:42 AM
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I like the old Tamim

but he needs to stop those running down the track before getting set. He needs to understand that his success rate is very less and that it is a low percentage shot with high risk of getting out
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Old June 22, 2015, 04:23 PM
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He has the physical skills to play to situations the problem is he isn't there mentally and he tried to reach that for the last 4/5 years, he's still young so maybe he'll one day get there but in the mean time I think we'll get more out of him by just letting him do it his way and hopefully he'll naturally develop that mental side he's been struggling with.
The role he plays is like a pinch hitter, there is a reason why he averages 31 in ODI cricket. His stats before the world cup were horrendous, likes of shakib, mushy have improved tremendously , tamim on the other hand, still plays these reckless shots.
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Old June 22, 2015, 04:25 PM
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The role he plays is like a pinch hitter, there is a reason why he averages 31 in ODI cricket. His stats before the world cup were horrendous, likes of shakib, mushy have improved tremendously , tamim on the other hand, still plays these reckless shots.
Put he plays them for a reason. He's being assertive on the opposition to tilt the balance of power into his team's favor
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Old June 22, 2015, 04:31 PM
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It has always Been the way Adam Gilchrist, mcclulam etc plays
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Old June 22, 2015, 07:14 PM
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The role he plays is like a pinch hitter, there is a reason why he averages 31 in ODI cricket. His stats before the world cup were horrendous, likes of shakib, mushy have improved tremendously , tamim on the other hand, still plays these reckless shots.
31,5 is not a bad average for an opener, Mcullum's average is 30,30

A quick fifty+, help a lot the team by releasing pressure on the middle order
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Old June 22, 2015, 08:29 PM
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AREYYYYYYYY you guys in BC know how to bat better than Tamim.

Tamim Ki Janey?

He doesn't understand how to even hold a bat. You guys know everything.

Tomra batting korle Gul, Yadav, Anderson bhuna bhuna kore dita.

Tamim's 30 average is pathetic tai na?

AREYYYYYYYY tomra BC boys batting korle ajke 90 average opener paito, 90.

Afsos we really missed out on you guys.

All these technique flaws Tamim has How is he an opener tai na?

Taratari BC charo.

Pick up the bat!
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Old June 22, 2015, 09:31 PM
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I wouldn't rock the boat for now. Tamim and SS are doing great as ODI opener... my feeling is this is just the beginning... sky is the ceiling for SS.
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Old June 22, 2015, 09:34 PM
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AREYYYYYYYY you guys in BC know how to bat better than Tamim.

Tamim Ki Janey?

He doesn't understand how to even hold a bat. You guys know everything.

Tomra batting korle Gul, Yadav, Anderson bhuna bhuna kore dita.

Tamim's 30 average is pathetic tai na?

AREYYYYYYYY tomra BC boys batting korle ajke 90 average opener paito, 90.

Afsos we really missed out on you guys.

All these technique flaws Tamim has How is he an opener tai na?

Taratari BC charo.

Pick up the bat!
Great post.
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Old June 23, 2015, 12:15 AM
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AREYYYYYYYY you guys in BC know how to bat better than Tamim.

Tamim Ki Janey?

He doesn't understand how to even hold a bat. You guys know everything.

Tomra batting korle Gul, Yadav, Anderson bhuna bhuna kore dita.

Tamim's 30 average is pathetic tai na?

AREYYYYYYYY tomra BC boys batting korle ajke 90 average opener paito, 90.

Afsos we really missed out on you guys.

All these technique flaws Tamim has How is he an opener tai na?

Taratari BC charo.

Pick up the bat!
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Old June 23, 2015, 07:54 AM
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in the same match this happened, Tamim was more likely to get run out, Dhoni was safe,
well played Tamim
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Old June 23, 2015, 08:02 AM
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31,5 is not a bad average for an opener, Mcullum's average is 30,30

A quick fifty+, help a lot the team by releasing pressure on the middle order
Please note the strike rates of above player...
I will take 90+ strike rate batsman avarage early 30s on any day..but not.. TamIm
In modern cricket of today strike rate of less than 85 is not enough.
And there is our own TIK who's strike rate is less than 80(most of the time) but known as explosive opener.
There is a reason commentators scrambles when they see TIK's strike rate.
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Old June 23, 2015, 11:57 AM
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I think Tamim went old-school on India in this series.
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Old June 23, 2015, 12:13 PM
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Please note the strike rates of above player...
I will take 90+ strike rate batsman avarage early 30s on any day..but not.. TamIm
In modern cricket of today strike rate of less than 85 is not enough.
And there is our own TIK who's strike rate is less than 80(most of the time) but known as explosive opener.
There is a reason commentators scrambles when they see TIK's strike rate.
He was awful at the beginning of his career like most of BD players when they come in international arena (not the new generation)
But now he seems to have improved a lot
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