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Old October 6, 2009, 12:52 PM
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Default BD-ZIM Oct-Nov 09: Milestones and Records

Still 3 weeks to go but here are a few things to look fwd too. Made with the assumption that the make of the team will more or less be the same as the August series in ZIM.

Team:

- Highest Total : 320/8 vs. ZIM
- Lowest completed Opponent Total : 105 Hong Kong (all out in a 50 over match, Bermuda had 94/9 in 21 overs in 2007 WC)
- Highest Target chased : 313/6 vs. ZIM
- Highest Partnership : 175* Saleh/Bashar v. KEN
- Largest win in Runs : 146 vs. SCO
- Largest win in wickets : 9 wickets (KEN/ZIM)
- 51 ODI wins
- 21-21 record vs. ZIM

Runs:

- Ashraful is leading the pack 3,049 runs
- Shakib at 1,904 can cross 2,000 with 96 more and Bashar for 2nd spot (2,168) with 265 more
- Tamim at 1,729 can cross 2,000 with 271 more and pass Mashud, Nafees and Aftab along the way
- Mushfiq at 837 can cross 1,000 with 163 more
- Roqibul at 799 can cross 1,000 with 201 more
- Razzak at 484 can cross 500 with 16 more
- Junaid at 433 can cross 500 with 67 more

Avg: (assuming they bat all 5 innings and don’t have a not out)
Interesting fact: Tamim and Junaid are yet remain Not Out in an innings

- Shakib at 34.61 can improve to 35 with 196 runs (39.2 avg.)
- Roqibul at 29.59 can improve to 30 with 161 runs (32.2 avg.)
- Mahmadullah at 28.83 can improve to 30 with 171 runs (34.2 avg.)
- Tamim at 28.34 can improve to 30 with 161 runs (32.2 avg.)
- Naeem at 25.50 can improve to 30 with 186 runs (37.2 avg.)
- Ashraful at 24.00 can improve to 25 with 251 runs (50.2 avg.) [including Asia XI record]
- Mushfiq at 22.02 can improve to 25 with 238 runs (47.6 avg.)
- Junaid at 18.82 can improve to 20 with 127 runs (25.4 avg.)

Other:

- Highest Inning: Tamim 154 vs. ZIM
- Highest Runs in a Series : Tamim 300 vs. ZIM
- Most Centuries : SN at 4, followed by Ash and Shakib at 3, Tamim at 2
- Most Half Centuries: Ash at 18, Bashar/Aftab 12, Shakib 12, Tamim 10
- Most 50+ Scores: Ash 21, Shakib 15, SN/Bashar/Aftab 14, Tamim 12
- Most 6s in an innings : Tamim 6
- Career 6s : Aftab (49), Ash (26), Tamim (21), Shakib (14)
- Most 4s in an innings : Shariar Nafees 17
- Career 4s : Ash (308), SN (232), Tamim (192), Shakib (169)
- Fastest Century : Shakib 63 balls
- Highest partnership : Saleh/Bashar 175* vs. KEN
- Part of a century stand : Ash (8), SN (6), Shakib (6)
- Highest Opening stand : Shariar Hossain/Mehrab Hossain : 170 vs. ZIM in ‘99


Bowling:

- Wickets: Mashrafe at 134, Razzak 118, Shakib 76, Rasel 59
- 5 wicket hauls : once each (Mashrafe, Farhad, Aftab, Rafique and Razzak )
- Best bowling figures 6/26 (Mashrafe vs. KEN)
- Averages : Mash 29.23, Rasel 30.16, Shakib 31.28
- Best Economic Bowling: Shakib 11 run in 10 overs vs. ZIM

Wicket Keeping:

- Catches : Mashud 91, Mushy 33
- Stumpings : Mashud 35, Mushy 9
- Most dismissals in an innings: Mashud 5 (3/2) vs. KEN, Mushy 4 (4/0) vs. ZIM, Dhiman 4 (4/0) vs. PAK, Mashud 4 (twice vs. ZIM)

Catches:

- Catches : Mash 32, Ash 29, …………., Razzak 21, Tamim 20 ..... Shakib 14
- Catches in an innings : 3 (Aftab vs. SL , Tamim vs. NZ, Enamul Haq. vs. KEN)
- Catches in a series : 6 (Aftab & Tamim at WC 2007)

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Old October 6, 2009, 12:53 PM
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ODI #1:

Disappointing but here are the advances

- Mushfiq 56 (#4 half century)
- Dollar 41 (personal best, betters avg from 6.66 to 15.25)
- Razzak 3 wickets to move to 121
- Losing record to ZIM 21-22

ODI #2:

Some nice additions this time around:

- BD ties record with ZIM 22-22
- Razzak becomes first BD bowler with a 2nd 5w haul
- Razzak moves to 126 wickets, 8 behind Mash on the all time list
- Shakib crosses 2K mark
- Shakib ties SN with 4 centuries on top of the list
- Shakib pushes avg beyond 35 (36.10)
- 16th 50+ score for Shakib
- 7th century stand for Shakib (1 behind Ash)
- Shakib most boundaries in an inning 18 (15+3) tied with SN (17+1)
- 10 short of best partnership
- Rokibul pushes avg beyond 30 (30.50)

ODI #3:

- 150th ODI for Ash
- Enamul & Nazmul pick up 3 wickets each
- Razzak takes 1 more closer to Mash
- Tamim & Ash 50's, 11th for TI, 19th for Ash (13 & 22 50+ scores respectively)
- Record against ZIM 23-22
- TI and Ash missed 100 run partnership (98)

ODI #4

- Win record 24-22 vs. ZIM
- 4th consecutive ODI series win this year
- 10th win for captain courageous/cool/iceman SAH
- lowest total against BD
- Shakib (3/8) and Enamul (3/16) both with personal best bowling
- Razzak inching closer to Mash
- Only 3 extras (3w) conceded
- only 3 boundaries conceded (all 4s, no 6s)
- Most comprehensive win (229 balls remaining)
- TI crosses SN on all time list and 15 behind Aftab
- TI is the current leading run scorer in the series @ 133

ODI #5

- Win record to 25-22 vs. ZIM
- Series win at 4-1
- Razzak finishes with 15 wickets to break most wickets in a series
- Riad has career best with the ball (3/52)
- Naeem personal best with 73*
- JS ties number of catches in innings (3)
- TI fails to cross Aftab and Junaid falls short of the 500 mark
- Shakib finishes with most economical bowler and highest run scorer (143)
- Ash gets 150th BD cap
- MoM for Naeem and MoS for Razzak
- Shakib, Naeem and Rokib finish with targeted avg. from post 1.

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Old October 6, 2009, 12:59 PM
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Lolz.. most of their records are against Zimbabwe

Just hoping everyone will improve their career averages in both batting and bowling.
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Old October 6, 2009, 01:12 PM
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Excellent work Raynman.
Certainly, it would help us to keep track of things.
It would be interesting to see how your figures stands at the end of the series.
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wow very nice ,but i hope most of these players replicate the aug series between zimbabwe
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Old October 6, 2009, 01:27 PM
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Lolz.. most of their records are against Zimbabwe

Just hoping everyone will improve their career averages in both batting and bowling.
I felt the same when putting this together...its all ZIM and KEN
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Old October 6, 2009, 01:54 PM
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I felt the same when putting this together...its all ZIM and KEN
we need to improve on that...i just hope tht by the end of the series... these facts n figures look even better.....
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Old October 6, 2009, 02:19 PM
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Excellent thread. Thanks a lot. It would be interesting to see how the part time minnow bashers ended up after the series.
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hopwe ashes reaches it
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Old October 6, 2009, 03:23 PM
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hope both tamim and zunaid improve their averages
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Lolz.. most of their records are against Zimbabwe

Just hoping everyone will improve their career averages in both batting and bowling.
Records are records! Never underestimate an opposition. In the annals of history, it'd go down as Coventry 194* as the highest runs in ODI along with Saeed Anwar. The statisticians wouldn't separate the wheat from the chaff by winnowing out records against "weakened teams."

In the like manner, BD can't slack off while playing Zimbabwe and should take them seriously as any other opponents and prepare to drill them right through like a friggin Black and Decker drill machine!
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In the like manner, BD can't slack off while playing Zimbabwe and should take them seriously as any other opponents and prepare to drill them right through like a friggin Black and Decker drill machine!
Like India does when they play against us?!
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Lolz.. most of their records are against Zimbabwe

Just hoping everyone will improve their career averages in both batting and bowling.
here is a record thats not against Zim/Ken. Fastest century scored by a BD batsman. Aloukik Kapali against India.
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hopwe ashes reaches it
what exactly is this milestone?
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Records are records! Never underestimate an opposition. In the annals of history, it'd go down as Coventry 194* as the highest runs in ODI along with Saeed Anwar. The statisticians wouldn't separate the wheat from the chaff by winnowing out records against "weakened teams."

In the like manner, BD can't slack off while playing Zimbabwe and should take them seriously as any other opponents and prepare to drill them right through like a friggin Black and Decker drill machine!
I guess you are in a different world, Zeeshan. Read the articles with statistics in major cricket sites,especially Cricinfo, you will find it our yourself.
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here is a record thats not against Zim/Ken. Fastest century scored by a BD batsman. Aloukik Kapali against India.
lolz.. Forgot Shakib's 63 ball century against Zimbabwe already?
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lolz.. Forgot Shakib's 63 ball century against Zimbabwe already?
lol why did you had to ruin it. it sounds better when you say its against India.
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Lolz.. most of their records are against Zimbabwe

Just hoping everyone will improve their career averages in both batting and bowling.
50 % of our matches are against zimbabwe, rememeber 2006 and this year as well, so it makes sense 90 of our records are against them.
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Woow! Great info packed thread Raynman bhai!! Very great work! Very good thread!
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Great compilation, but guys dont be to bummed out, a lot of records by even the top 8 teams are against the minnows/weakers sides.
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Old October 7, 2009, 10:07 AM
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I'm sure a compilation of records such as most ducks, lowest totals etc. would show up against the G8
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Still 3 weeks to go but here are a few things to look fwd too. Made with the assumption that the make of the team will more or less be the same as the August series in ZIM.

Team:

- Highest Total : 320/8 vs. ZIM
- Lowest completed Opponent Total : 118 KEN (all out in a 50 over match, Bermuda had 94/9 in 21 overs in 2007 WC)


Hong Kong all-out for 105 against BD in 2004 in Asia cup.
http://www.cricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/65706.html


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Catches:

- Catches in an innings : 3 (Aftab vs. SL , Tamim vs. NZ, [B

Enam Jr. vs. KEN)[/B]
Enam never took 3 catch in ODI yet and moreover he never played any ODI against Kenya.(see link below)
http://stats.cricinfo.com/ci/engine/...und;view=match
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Old October 7, 2009, 02:34 PM
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Khaise amare! Nadim back with a bang! Big "friggin" Bang! I mean kinda like Howard of Big Bang theory!

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