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Old October 17, 2010, 01:08 PM
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One of the best defend in ODI. As far as I've seen so far.
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Old October 17, 2010, 01:13 PM
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What a surprise! Making 174 and win is easy. But efending 173 is tough. Well done Tigers!
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Old October 17, 2010, 05:46 PM
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Pretzel-টা কি? এইটা খায় না পরে?
Shuzi, if that's a serious question, a pretzel is a (generally) hard and salty baked good with knots and loops in it -- with a shape somewhat reminiscent of a jilapi.

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Can't pull all-nighters and still function seamlessly like I used to -- boyesh hoyechhe-to. I'll just watch it later on ESPN3.
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I am old (32+) too, that did not stop me. (I'll not say 32 + how much.)
Good for you. I'm considerably older, and still like running some of my own experiments in my lab. Working with radioactive materials when you haven't had enough sleep might be quite macho, but not particularly intelligent.
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Old October 17, 2010, 05:59 PM
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Ban vs NZ, 5th ODI, Dhaka
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Bangladesh won by 3 runs
NZ 171-all out (49.3 Ovs) NZ's Manhattan
Hamish Bennett
0(11) Hamish Bennett Wagon-wheel


Ban 174 (44.2 Ovs) BAN's Manhattan
Rubel Hossain *
9.3-1-25-4
Shafiul Islam
5-0-23-0
CRR 3.45 NZ's run rate graph
Last 4 Overs
Runs
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Wickets
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4s
2
6s
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* Last Wkt - K Mills 33(47)
o 49.3 Hossain to Mills, out Bowled!! castled! take a bow Rubel! it was a terriffic yorker on the leg stump, Mills as usual backs away to the onside, swings hard and misses it, the ball crept under his bat to take the leg pole out of the ground, so Bangladesh have completed a clean sweep. Mills b Hossain 33(47) <4s-2 6s-2>

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Vettori: We had a dreadful series, but full credit to Bangladesh for playing well. Shakib was outstanding in this series. Our performance with the bat was very poor. The bowling was good, but we let ourselves down with the bat. It is tough beating India in their home conditions, but if we regroup quickly, then we can give them a tough fight.
Shakib: We played real good cricket in this series. We have not batted well in this series but the bowlers came up with the goods. The wicket was not all that great, the batsmen struggled but the bowlers won us the game.
Rubel Hossain: I am feeling very nice as this is my first MoM award. I am focusing on my line and length and that is reaping success.
Rubel Hossain is the MoM for his 4/25. These are his best ODI bowling figures.
NZ have suffered their 300th defeat in ODIs as a result.
Marvelous, Stupendous and outstanding, no words can describe Bangladesh's whitewash over NZ. After reducing them to 20/5, Elliott and Vettori resurrected the innings with a gritty partnership as NZ came closer. However, following Vettori's departure, the lower order crumbled under some good bowling from the spinners. Kyle Mills gave the Bangladeshis some nervous moments as the match went into the last over. Rubel Hossain, after giving a boundary with the first delivery, held his nerve and knocked over Mills as they won the match by three runs and completed a 4-0 sweep of the series.
It is also the lowest total defended by Bangladesh in ODIs
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49.3
Hossain to Mills, out Bowled!! castled! take a bow Rubel! it was a terriffic yorker on the leg stump, Mills as usual backs away to the onside, swings hard and misses it, the ball crept under his bat to take the leg pole out of the ground, so Bangladesh have completed a clean sweep. Mills b Hossain 33(47) [4s-2 6s-2]
Hossain to Mills, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!
49.2
Hossain to Mills, no run, fuller length delivery following him, Mills backs away and goes for the almighty heave, misses it and is struck on the pads
49.1
Hossain to Mills, FOUR!!, what a poor delivery it was! a juicy full toss on the pads, Mills had backed away to the onside and just flicks it over the fielder to fine leg, just 4 needed now
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48.6
Shafiul Islam to Bennett, no run, yorker length delivery, right up in the block hole, Bennett stays back and defends it
48.5
Shafiul Islam to Bennett, no run, slower delivery on the stumps, Bennett stays back and defends it
round the wicket now
48.4
Shafiul Islam to Mills, 1 run, yorker length delivery again, Mills digs it out to long on
48.3
Shafiul Islam to Mills, no run, yorker length delivery on the leg stump, Mills backs away to flick and is struck on the pads, but that was pitched outside the leg stump
48.2
Shafiul Islam to Mills, SIX!!, what a shot! it was full and in the slot on off, Mills just clears his front leg and absolutely smokes it over deep extra cover for a massive hit, useful runs for NZ
48.1
Shafiul Islam to Mills, 2 runs, back of a length delivery outside off, Mills backs away and slaps it to deep extra cover for a couple
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47.6
Hossain to Bennett, no run, slower delivery on the stumps, Bennett defends it towards mid on
47.5
Hossain to Bennett, no run, yorker length delivery on off, Bennett digs it out to the off side
47.4
Hossain to Bennett, no run, back of a length delivery outside off, Bennett defends it solidly to the off side
47.3
Hossain to Mills, 1 run, another yorker length delivery on the stumps, Mills drags it down to long on
47.2
Hossain to Mills, FOUR!!, poor delivery this time! a friendly full-toss on the pads, Mills backs away and swings it to fine leg fence
47.1
Hossain to Mills, no run, yorker length delivery on the leg stump, Mills backs away to the onside to hit, but is cramped for any room and digs it out to the off side, well bowled!
Rubel Hossain [8.0-1-16-3] is back into the attack
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Old October 17, 2010, 06:21 PM
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Thanks One World bhai and Dada Nadim.

I'm happy. Onek onek Happy. Alhamdulillah

Ami bhoye chilam amar bad luck ta abar tigers der na peye boshe

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Old October 17, 2010, 07:07 PM
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Old October 17, 2010, 07:09 PM
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And then,

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Old October 17, 2010, 07:26 PM
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Old October 17, 2010, 07:31 PM
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Khushite to pagol e hoye jabo mone hoy! Shei amole Bulbul akta classy cover drive marto aar bideshi commentator er shei shot er proshongsha shunei tin raat ghum hotona! Akhon ki hobe!!!

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Old October 17, 2010, 07:35 PM
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Congratulations Bangladesh for an exceptional performance ! This was a long time coming and with the ability the team has, this is only the beginning. Being one of the most talented teams in the world and with the most dedicated emotional fanatic followers of the game, it's truly a fantastic moment. All the wait and pain and disappointment make it all the sweeter.
This is our turning point and I believe, just like Sri Lanka in the early nineties, BANGLADESH has arrived!
I also think that we have arrived. Four things have changed considerably in recent days:
  1. Our batsmen don't panic even if they lose early wickets and generally someone delivers.
  2. Our bowlers are not afraid to defend any total. We just saw an example.
  3. Our pace bowling is also shaping up well. We already had a strong spin attack, probably the best in the world. Razzak is finally comfortable with his legal bowling action.
  4. Overall, our players are getting used to the idea of winning and goes into any match fully expecting to win. This attitude change took a long time and is becoming ingrained only now.
  5. We the supporters expect to win every match. We even have found faults with our performance even after banglawashing a strong opponent.

I would be ecstatic if we were to win the WC, but some more hiccups would not surprise me before we bring the cup home.
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Old October 17, 2010, 07:55 PM
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I thought we had arrived over 6 years ago. Remember our first real Test draw not aided by the vagaries of weather? That two against a West Indies team still not far off from its peak. No asterisk there.

I waxed poetic in an article:

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It may have fizzled out to a tame draw, but this match was an event of historic significance to Bangladesh and her fans - signaling our coming of age as a Test playing nation. Earning a creditable draw in West Indies' own backward. Not capitulating when the chips (and wickets) were down at 94-6. Declaring on the West Indies. Folks, we have definitely arrived.
We did arrive and then for some reason we left soon after.

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Are we there yet?
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Old October 17, 2010, 09:35 PM
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Shuzi, if that's a serious question, a pretzel is a (generally) hard and salty baked good with knots and loops in it -- with a shape somewhat reminiscent of a jilapi.
The question about pretzel was a tongue-in-cheek one, but thanks.

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Good for you. I'm considerably older, and still like running some of my own experiments in my lab. Working with radioactive materials when you haven't had enough sleep might be quite macho, but not particularly intelligent.
I am also considerably older than 32 and am in research. My area is biomedical imaging. Perhaps we should chat sometime.
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Old October 17, 2010, 09:58 PM
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One of the best defend in ODI. As far as I've seen so far.
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