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Old August 29, 2012, 08:24 AM
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What I have learnt from this SLPL(Tamim version):
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# Tamim is now a bit more comfortable playing T20s
# When he hits the ball, he makes sure he HITS the ball.
# He can now clear the boundaries in the off-side too with ease.
# Tamim still is a lazy fielder
# Narikel-tel has good effect on Tamim
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Old August 29, 2012, 09:00 AM
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tamim what he did yesterday was just unfair to his team, how on earth he could do that when other end two wickets stmbled. I don't see any difference him and ashraful..
That's an exaggeration beyond measure, surely.
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Old August 29, 2012, 09:03 AM
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That's an exaggeration beyond measure, surely.
Maybe but that was pretty much an unnecessary shot given the circumstance. He shouldn't have risked his wicket like that knowing that his team is under pressure & was chasing a big total and that too in the semi-finals. Anyway, Hope he doesn't make mistakes like this in the main stage.
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Old August 29, 2012, 09:32 AM
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Maybe but that was pretty much an unnecessary shot given the circumstance. He shouldn't have risked his wicket like that knowing that his team is under pressure & was chasing a big total and that too in the semi-finals. Anyway, Hope he doesn't make mistakes like this in the main stage.
Well easy to say that it wasnt worth the risk. But remember, his team needed a lot of runs to get and he as the batsman inform needed to get them quick runs.

Different teams have different strategy. Wayamba had the plan to score early as it gets difficult later on.

And mind you if he had connected it the ball woudve gone for a six, we wouldve praised his courage, and you never know he wouldve been the hero of the day. I remember keppler wessels.
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Old August 29, 2012, 09:53 AM
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That's an exaggeration beyond measure, surely.
Agree somewhat but still he should have stayed there thinking about the situation...he is brave and wanted to take risk as he always does and gets success when his luck favors but sometimes if you look at the great batsmen they take calculative risks and play according to the situation. Tamim is no longer an entry level newcomer dashing batsmen and should show his class and maturity as he is one of the best batsmen of BD.
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Old August 29, 2012, 03:23 PM
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Well easy to say that it wasnt worth the risk. But remember, his team needed a lot of runs to get and he as the batsman inform needed to get them quick runs.

Different teams have different strategy. Wayamba had the plan to score early as it gets difficult later on.

And mind you if he had connected it the ball woudve gone for a six, we wouldve praised his courage, and you never know he wouldve been the hero of the day. I remember keppler wessels.
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Old August 29, 2012, 05:32 PM
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The situation demanded Tamim to stay at the crease as the inform batsman so that the others could bat around him. It was a pathetic shot during that stage of the game and really made me cringe in embarrassment as i was just getting comfy on the couch to watch him bat. Calculated risk probably isn't a term he is aware of.
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Old August 30, 2012, 10:33 AM
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সিংহ হয়ে ফিরলেন তামিম
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Old August 30, 2012, 12:41 PM
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Apparently Tamim was at the dentist today.
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Old August 30, 2012, 05:29 PM
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After that he took a dump. Let's get a blow by blow of his day to day.
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Old August 31, 2012, 01:23 AM
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After that he took a dump. Let's get a blow by blow of his day to day.
The breaks are getting longer between series Z bhai. Soon people will be charting Tamim's bowel movements
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Old September 14, 2012, 11:11 PM
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"Earlier I was struggling to pace my innings. I used to attack from ball one. Now I think I am batting more cleverly - attacking as well as picking up the singles. That's how you should bat in T20s."

Oh wow, he figured out how to play T20!
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Old September 15, 2012, 08:37 AM
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^^ etto sarcasm ken, bhai?
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Old September 15, 2012, 08:49 AM
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"Earlier I was struggling to pace my innings. I used to attack from ball one. Now I think I am batting more cleverly - attacking as well as picking up the singles. That's how you should bat in T20s."

Oh wow, he figured out how to play T20!
Tamim also seriously need to figure out how to see a very ordinary Zimbabwean bowler named Vitory running and throwing ordinary deliveries to him. Vitory is more like an invisible man to him.
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Old September 15, 2012, 12:28 PM
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i wonder if vitori and hafeez bowls at tandem who would get tamim first
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Old September 15, 2012, 02:09 PM
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Karma is terrible in his case.
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Old September 16, 2012, 01:14 AM
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I'm sure he'll be fine. Best of luck to him for the next practice match against Ireland
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Old September 16, 2012, 02:05 AM
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T20 World Cup 2012 Pic of Tamim.



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Old September 17, 2012, 11:20 PM
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Tamim Iqbal
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Though one of the world's most exciting openers, Tamim's credentials in the shortest format haven't been up to scratch. But not because he has lacked opportunities. In the three World Twenty20s so far he averages only 14. He hasn't fared well for Nottinghamshire in the format either, with a highest of 47 in 2011. His best performance so far has been for Chittagong in the 2009-10 NCL T20s, in which he averaged over 48. His strike rate in T20Is too has been ordinary. On many occasions he has batted at a faster rate in Tests - he notched up his Lord's hundred at a strike rate of 103. His much-anticipated inclusion in the IPL amounted to nothing after Pune Warriors didn't pick him in their XI. His first innings in the SLPL, however - an unbeaten 93 - gives hope for a better World Twenty20 performance this time around.

What's he about?
Tamim has shown a willingness to adapt and is a quick learner. Having worked hard on his leg-side play, he has also shown that he can counter defensive field settings in Test cricket. As the one constant in the Bangladesh top order, he will be asked to prolong his innings past the Powerplay, though he is capable of blasting a few during the six-over field restrictions.

What the team needs
Having settled for Mohammad Ashraful as his opening partner, Tamim will be expected to play his natural game as long as he can play a big innings. He has all the shots to make up for a slow start, though it is unlikely he will start slow. His recent experience playing in Pallekele will also be handy as Bangladesh play both their group games at this venue.

Big day out
69 not out v Netherlands, The Hague, 2012
Bangladesh had just suffered a demoralising loss to Scotland in the previous game and it was necessary for one of the batsmen to stay at the crease during the 145-run chase against Netherlands. Having been dropped in the first over, Tamim took only a few chances, using his feet against the spinners in the Powerplay. He hammered a few more after crossing 30, and two more boundaries after he had reached his maiden T20I fifty.

Trivia and stats
Tamim holds the record for the highest score in an ODI innings for Bangladesh.

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"Personally, I felt happy after the Europe tour. I thought it was a decent effort in conditions which I wouldn't call ideal for T20 cricket."

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Old September 18, 2012, 06:26 AM
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A wonderful feature on Tamim in Cricinfo

Three young guns and a wily old spinner


Tamim Iqbal
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Though one of the world's most exciting openers, Tamim's credentials in the shortest format haven't been up to scratch. But not because he has lacked opportunities. In the three World Twenty20s so far he averages only 14. He hasn't fared well for Nottinghamshire in the format either, with a highest of 47 in 2011. His best performance so far has been for Chittagong in the 2009-10 NCL T20s, in which he averaged over 48. His strike rate in T20Is too has been ordinary. On many occasions he has batted at a faster rate in Tests - he notched up his Lord's hundred at a strike rate of 103. His much-anticipated inclusion in the IPL amounted to nothing after Pune Warriors didn't pick him in their XI. His first innings in the SLPL, however - an unbeaten 93 - gives hope for a better World Twenty20 performance this time around.

What's he about?
Tamim has shown a willingness to adapt and is a quick learner. Having worked hard on his leg-side play, he has also shown that he can counter defensive field settings in Test cricket. As the one constant in the Bangladesh top order, he will be asked to prolong his innings past the Powerplay, though he is capable of blasting a few during the six-over field restrictions.

What the team needs
Having settled for Mohammad Ashraful as his opening partner, Tamim will be expected to play his natural game as long as he can play a big innings. He has all the shots to make up for a slow start, though it is unlikely he will start slow. His recent experience playing in Pallekele will also be handy as Bangladesh play both their group games at this venue.

Big day out
69 not out v Netherlands, The Hague, 2012
Bangladesh had just suffered a demoralising loss to Scotland in the previous game and it was necessary for one of the batsmen to stay at the crease during the 145-run chase against Netherlands. Having been dropped in the first over, Tamim took only a few chances, using his feet against the spinners in the Powerplay. He hammered a few more after crossing 30, and two more boundaries after he had reached his maiden T20I fifty.

Trivia and stats
Tamim holds the record for the highest score in an ODI innings for Bangladesh.

Quotable
"Personally, I felt happy after the Europe tour. I thought it was a decent effort in conditions which I wouldn't call ideal for T20 cricket."

Continued
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Old September 18, 2012, 06:32 AM
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Tamim lately has been very consistent and no doubt he has learned how to score in this format but he neds to convert those thirties to 50+

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Old September 21, 2012, 08:24 AM
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kissu bolar nai!!!

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Old September 21, 2012, 08:26 AM
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Tamim is one of our best but under score board pressure he often fails.
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Old September 21, 2012, 08:28 AM
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Good for nothing.
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Old September 21, 2012, 08:33 AM
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Good for nothing.
Wrong , He is good in fighting , smoking and giving catching practice to fielders inside the 30 yard circle.
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