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Old October 18, 2011, 10:21 PM
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I was happy to see the way Tamim batted today. It was a professional display by him. Of course I don't want to see him bat like this all the time but at the same time, he doesn't need to go for so many shots in the beginning. If he learns how to pace his innings better, the guy can really become a class above the player he is now.
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Old October 18, 2011, 10:33 PM
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^ Tamim is way too concerned with bringing the fight to the bowler from the word get go. You can bring the fight to the bowler once you figure out what the bowler is up to. No one is asking him to be Golla but it wouldn't hurt to take it down a notch with all the whacking the ball out of park.
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Old October 18, 2011, 10:34 PM
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^ Tamim is way too concerned with bringing the fight to the bowler from the word get go. You can bring the fight to the bowler once you figure out what the bowler is up to. No one is asking him to be Golla but it wouldn't hurt to take it down a notch with all the whacking the ball out of park.
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Old October 23, 2011, 07:19 AM
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শেকড়ে তামিম যেমন


স্পোর্টস করেসপন্ডেন্ট
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চট্টগ্রাম: শেকড়ের টানে কেউ ঘরে ফেরেন। কেউ কাজের প্রয়োজনে শেকড়ে ফেরেন। যে ভাবেই মিলন হোক, শেকড়ে ফেরার আনন্দই আলাদা।

তামিম ইকবাল খেলার টানে শেকড়ে। অতএব তিনি দ্বিতীয় সারিতে। খেলা এবং খেলা নিয়ে তাকে এত বেশি ব্যস্ত থাকতে হয়, ইচ্ছা থাকলেও খুব করে পরিবারের সান্নিধ্যে আসতে পারেন না। খেলাই তাকে কখনো কখনো পরিবারের কাছে নিয়ে আসে। পরিবার পরিজনের সঙ্গে দেখা হয়। ছোট বেলার খেলার সঙ্গীদের নিয়ে এক সন্ধ্যায় আড্ডা দেওয়া, দল বেঁধে কোন রেস্টুরেন্টে প্রিয় খাবার খেতে যাওয়া এসবও চলে। চট্টগ্রামে এলে যে নির্মল আনন্দ তিনি পান আর কোথাও তা নেই।

তামিম এখন চট্টগ্রামে ওয়েস্ট ইন্ডিজের বিপক্ষে টেস্ট খেলছেন। দুই দিন খেলা হচ্ছে না, অফুরন্ত অবসর। সুযোগ পেলেই চলে যান পরিবারের সঙ্গে দেখা করতে। মায়ের পরশমাখা হাতের ছোঁয়া নিতে। আর ছোট্ট ভাতিজা নামিম ইকবালের চাচ্চু ডাক শুনতে। ছোট বোনের সঙ্গে খুনসুটি করতেও বেশ লাগে।

রোববার টেস্টের তৃতীয় দিন পরিত্যক্ত ঘোষণার পর বাসায় গিয়েছিলেন তামিম। পুরো একটা বেলা কাটিয়েছেন। বাসায় থেকে মোবাইলফোনে বাংলানিউজকে বলছিলেন,“এখানে আসলে সত্যিই আমি প্রাণ ফিরে পাই। মায়ের কাছে আসতে ইচ্ছা করে। ভাতিজাকে দেখতে ইচ্ছে করে। ও কি দুষ্ট হয়েছে। অনেক কথা বলে।”

তামিমের একাগ্রতা নিয়ে প্রশ্ন নেই। ফর্ম ধরে রাখতে প্রয়োজনীয় সব করতে পারেন। এই তো ঢাকায় ওয়েস্ট ইন্ডিজের বিপক্ষে টি-টোয়েন্টি এবং প্রথম দুই ওয়ানডেতে ব্যর্থ হওয়ার পর নিজেকে ফিরে পেতে মরিয়া হয়ে উঠেন। সবার আগে মাঠে গিয়ে ফিল্ডিং কোচ জেসন সুইফটকে নিয়ে নেটে ঘণ্টা ধরে ব্যাটিং করেছেন। অন্যদের শুরুর আগেই তামিম প্রস্তুতি সেরে ফেলেছেন। আবার দলের সবাই যখন ব্যাগ গোছাতেন তিনি তখন মাঠকর্মী বা ‘টিম বয়’ নাসিরের বলে ছয় মারার প্র্যাকটিস করেছেন। যদিও ঢাকাতেও তিনি একই নিয়মে চলেন।

পরিশ্রমের ফল হাতেনাতে পেলেন চট্টগ্রামে শেষ ওয়ানডেতে অপরাজিত ৩৬ রান করে। টেস্টের দেড় সেশনে দেখালেন অন্যরকম ব্যাটিং, প্রায় তিনঘণ্টা উইকেটে থেকে ১৪১ বলে খেলেছেন ৫২ রানের ইনিংস। এসবেও তামিমের প্রেরণা চট্টগ্রাম,“ঢাকায় ব্যাটিং হচ্ছিলো না, এখানে আসার পর পরিশ্রম করেছি। ফলও পেয়েছি। আত্মবিশ্বাস ফিরে পাওয়ার ক্ষেত্রে চট্টগ্রাম আমাকে অনেক সাহায্য করে। পরিবারের পাশাপাশি বন্ধুরা প্রেরণা যোগায়। কয়েকদিন চট্টগ্রামে থাকতে পারলে ঢাকায় ফেরার পরও মন ভালো থাকে। ওই যে মানুষ বলে না শেকড়ে আসলে সব যন্ত্রণা-অবসাদ কেটে যায়।”
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Old October 23, 2011, 09:49 AM
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tamim nishchoi love lane e paan khay prochur!
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Old October 23, 2011, 11:21 PM
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^^ Keno? Why do you say that?
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Old October 24, 2011, 10:51 AM
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his teeth look paan worn!
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Old October 25, 2011, 03:15 PM
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I miss the Tamim of England.
he admitted that he isnt at his top form but now that he got some runs under his belt 36no ,50& 37 in test I think he should bat more positively.
I think TI with this approach will get 50s but not hundreds, so hope him to score more freely,positively,aggressively, thats what suits him.

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Old October 25, 2011, 03:19 PM
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now a days why he drop catches?
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Old October 25, 2011, 03:20 PM
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His attitude still the same...unless he change it..he wont win us any games against top 8.

An example: He was batting with Rok(in the first innings), there was an easy single but rok refused to go for it but Tamim did...After that over...Rok Tamim er sathe behaiy'ar moto kotha bolte chailo kintu Tamim emon ovinoy korlo je Rok re o chinei na...are beta tui sr player, jr ra bhul korche bole ki oder sathe emon bhab dekhano lagbe??

Tamim re numirous occasion e dekhchi easy single nite chay na...tokhon jodi or partner ta or sathe amon kore, Tamim kemon feel korbe?
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Old October 25, 2011, 04:03 PM
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This same attitude scored 5 50s, 2 tons back to back, got his name up on the honors board in Lords. No one questioned about his attitude then. Down in form and everyone is all up in his case.

Even with bad form he scored 50s both innings. Not flashy, not so solid by his own standard, but he did score runs. He is working through it. Every cricketer goes through this patch. It requires time, not change of attitude.
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And FYI, Tamim never was much of a "talker" in the middle of the pitch. He pounds his partner's fist and goes back to his end. If his partners talk, he just nods his head, doesn't pay much attention to their nonsense, and walks away. ALWAYS. It's not anything new.
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Old October 25, 2011, 05:52 PM
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forget the attitude,
I want the gangster Tamim back.
he changed his approach as he was not getting enough runs,now that he got some runs he should be himself again, besides WI bowling didn't look as strong as England's.
so far apart from the collapse in 2nd ODI their bowlers didn't look to create much pressure on us.
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forget the attitude,
I want the gangster Tamim back.
he changed his approach as he was not getting enough runs,now that he got some runs he should be himself again, besides WI bowling didn't look as strong as England's.
so far apart from the collapse in 2nd ODI their bowlers didn't look to create much pressure on us.
I still saw flashes of the true Tamim every now and then. You can tell he's making more gears to bat under. Which is a good thing. He has the skill, the firepower, and he's adding this patience factor to his repertoire. I dont think this is a bad thing at all, especially for the longer format. But, I think we'll see a more audacious Tamim in Mirpur.
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I miss the Tamim of England..
Even I Miss the England of England, these days
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Tamim's records are actually better in Mirpur compared to Chittagong. He averages a 42 with a SR of a 72 with 1 century and 2 half centuries, in Mirpur compared to an average of a 30 with a SR of a 43 with 3 half centuries in 6 matches at Chittagong. Last year he had a 151 from 183 balls against India and then 85 from 71 against England in Mirpur. So it's pretty obvious he's a lot more comfortable playing in Mirpur. He plays more of his natural game there. So let's hope he can click well in the next test match.
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Old October 26, 2011, 09:56 AM
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tamim is never good at ctg for some reason
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Well it's obvious why. Runs come by much more easily in Mirpur than they do in CTG. Shot-making, which is Tamim's domain, is more difficult due to the lower and slower nature of the pitch. Although he didn't do too badly this time around. Averaged just under 45 for the match but didn't get a big score after getting two starts. I won't be surprised though if all our batsmen average better in Mirpur than they do in CTG. Mushy is perhaps the only one for whom it is the opposite. He thrives in difficult/pressure situations.
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Old October 26, 2011, 10:15 AM
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And I was right.

Averages of our key batsmen in our two current Test grounds:

SBNS, Mirpur
Mahmudullah: 53.66
Tamim Iqbal: 42
Shakib Al Hasan: 39.54
Mohammad Ashraful: 33.55
Junaid Siddique: 31.11
Mushfiqur Rahim: 23.14
Shahriar Nafees: 11.75
Raqibul Hasan: 11
Naeem Islam: 62 (Only 1 Test + 1 NO)

ZACS, Chittagong:
Mushfiqur Rahim: 53
Mahmudullah: 36.25
Naeem Islam: 35.75
Shahriar Nafees: 32.00
Tamim Iqbal: 30.25
Shakib Al Hasan: 22.50
Junaid Siddique: 21.12
Mohammad Ashraful: 20.30
Raqibul Hasan: 18.20

SN too averages significantly higher in ZACS than SBNS.
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Old October 26, 2011, 10:33 AM
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^Thanks for putting this up bhai. Rock, Naeem, and Mahmudullah still haven't played enough Tests to make an accurate description of how good they are in each ground. Tamim, Shakib, and Mushy have enough tests now. And it's obvious why Tamim plays better in Mirpur. The ball comes on to the bat a lot easier then in Chittagong. Tamim's much better on pitches where there is bounce whereas Mushy is better on pitches that are slower and lower.
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Old October 26, 2011, 10:37 AM
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His attitude still the same...unless he change it..he wont win us any games against top 8.
Nadim bhaijan...I really don't feel any problem with attitude about batting. He was too aggressive before, now he is trying to change himself in test cricket. I am not sure whether this will work for him or backfire. But this shows that he is trying to change his attitude positively to score more runs.
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The reason Nigel Long was angry was sledging between Samuels and Tamim...oh dear...
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The reason Nigel Long was angry was sledging between Samuels and Tamim...oh dear...
http://eprothomalo.com/index.php?opt...ate=2011-10-30
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Tamim reprimanded for breaching code of conduct

http://www.espncricinfo.com/banglade...ry/538514.html

Can someone explain tome what happened? Or anyone heard what Tamim said>
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