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Old January 19, 2011, 05:39 PM
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Default WC 2011 Performance Monitor Thread

Note to moderators : Sticky please

This will be the one stop shop to monitor the results and achievements for us during the World Cup. I will continue to update more and more stats/records. Feel free to suggest/add as you see fit.


Overall Record
5 wins (Pak 99, Sco 99, Ind 07, Ber 07, SA 07)
1 No result (WI 03)
14 Losses (NZ/WI/AUS 99, CAN/SL/SA/NZ/KEN 03, SL/AUS/NZ/WI/IRE/ENG 07)

WC by WC
1999 : Group stage of 6 team groups. Came in 5th in group with 2-3 record
2003 : Group stage of 7 team groups. Came in 7th in group with 0-5 (1 NR) record
2007 : Group stage of 4 team groups. Advanced to 2nd round by knocking out IND with 2-1 record. In 2nd round 1-5 and finished 7th for the World Cup.

Bangladesh Squad: (WC matches played)
Shakib Al Hasan (c-9), Tamim Iqbal (vc-9), Imrul Kayes (-), Junaid Siddique (-), Shahriar Nafees (6), Raqibul Hasan (-), Mohammad Ashraful (14) , Mushfiqur Rahim (wk-9), Naeem Islam (-), Mahmudullah (-), Abdur Razzak (9), Rubel Hossain (-), Shafiul Islam (-), Nazmul Hossain (-), Suhrawadi Shuvo (-).

Bangladesh starts WC ranked as #8 ODI team.

Feb 19th vs. India
current record: 1-1 WC/2-21 Overall
Shakib captaincy record moves to 17-17
Roqibul gets his 50th ODI cap
BD posts its highest ODI total : 283/9
Lost 8th spot ranking and back to #9
Shakib ties with Ash @ 23 50+ scores, Tamim moves to 20



Feb 25 vs. Ireland
current record 1-1 WC/5-2 Overall
Shakib captaincy : 18-17
Retains #8 after regaining it 1 day ago after WI loss to SA
Shafiul posts best BD bowling figures 4/21
Shakib moves to double digit (10) WC wickets
Mushy crosses 1500 mark
Tamim moves within 2 runs of Ash as highest BD run scorer



Mar 04
Current Record : 0-1-3 WC/3-12 Overall (2 NR)
Aboslutely nothing positive
Lowest ODI score ever
Moves back to #9 in rankings

Mar 11 0-1 WC/ 1-13 Overall
England Squad: Andrew Strauss (capt), James Anderson, Ian Bell, Tim Bresnan, Stuart Broad, Paul Collingwood, Eoin Morgan, Kevin Pietersen, Matt Prior, Ajmal Shahzad, Graeme Swann, James Tredwell, Jonathan Trott, Luke Wright, Michael Yardy, R Bopara (?)

Mar 14 0-0 WC/ 0-1 Overall
Netherlands Squad: Peter Borren (capt), Wesley Baressi (wk), Mudassar Bukhari, Atse Buurman Tom Cooper, Tom de Grooth, Alexei Kervezee, Bradley Kruger, Bernard Loots, Adeel Raja, Pieter Seelaar, Eric Swarczynski, Ryan Ten Doeschate, Berend Westdijk, Bas Zuiderent.

Mar 17 1-1 WC/ 1-12 Overall
South Africa Squad: Graeme Smith (capt), Hashim Amla, Johan Botha, AB de Villiers (wk), JP Duminy, Faf du Plessis, Colin Ingram, Jacques Kallis, Morne Morkel, Wayne Parnell, Robin Peterson, Dale Steyn, Imran Tahir, Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Morne van Wyk (wk)
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Old January 19, 2011, 05:40 PM
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Most matches played : Rafique (17), Ash (14), Shakib/Tamim/Mushfiq/Razzak (9), Nafees (6)

Highest Total : 258
Lowest Total : 108

Most Runs : Ash (287), Shakib (202), Tamim (172)
Highest Scores : 87 (Ash), 68* (Minhajul Abedin)
Average : 70.00 (Minhajul Abedin from 4 matches), 28.85 (Shakib), 28.70 (Ash) … 26.20 (Mushy) … 19.11 (TI)
Strike Rate : 84.76 (Aftab), 76.94 (Ash), 74.05 (Mash)
100s : None
50s : 2-M. Abedin/Ash/Shakib, 1-Mehrab/Mushy/TI
4s : 35-Ash, 25-TI, 15-Shakib
6s : 4-Mash/Rafique, 3-Aftab/Shakib

Wickets: Razzak (13), Sujon/Rafique (12), Mash (11) ….. Shakib (7)
4 Fors : Mash (4/38)
Avg: Ehsanul Haque 17.00 (only one match 10-0-34-2) …Razzak 26.46 …Mash 36.27 …Shakib 43.14
Economy: Shafiuddin 3.25 (only one match 8-0-26-1) ….Rasel 3.85… Kapali 4.17..Razzak 4.66, Mash 4.73…Shakib 4.96

Catches : Aftab/TI (6), Bashar (5)
Wicket Keeping : Mashud 6(4+2), Mushy 3 (3+0)
100+ Partnerships : JO/TI 110, Mushy/Shakib 104
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Personal Milestones

Batting:

3500 Run Mark : Ash (3360)
3000 Run Mark : Shakib (2834), Tamim (2640)
2000 Run Mark : Nafees (1976)
1500 Run Mark : Mushy (1460), Raqibul (1231)
1000 Run Mark : Imrul (894)

Avg:

35.00 : Shakib 34.98, Nafees 33.49
30.00 : Tamim 29.66, Raqibul 29.30

Milestone Innings :

Centuries: Shakib 5, Nafees 4, Tamim/Ash 3
Half Centuries : Ash 20, Shakib 17, Tamim 16
50+ Tallies : Ash 23, Shakib 22, Tamim 19
High Scores : Tamim 154, Shakib 134*,

Bowling:

Wickets : Razzak 162 .. Shakib 129 .. Nazmul 38, Shafiul 32 ... Rubel 25
4+ wickets : Razzak 8 .. Shafiul/Shakib 3
Best ODI bowling : Mash 6/26

Catches:

Mash 36, Ash 34, Shakib 28, Tamim 25

Keeping:

Mushy 78(56+22) vs. Mashud (126=91+35)

50 Match Milestone Approaching:
Raqibul 49, Junaid 46

Captaincy:

Shakib: 33 matches 17-16 W/L, Assuming no injuries, the final group game will take him to #2 above Ash (38 matches)
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Old January 20, 2011, 08:14 AM
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Old January 20, 2011, 08:30 AM
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Nice thread Raynman bhai. Appreciate the good work.

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So far, there has not been a century by a BD batsman. I think it will change this WC. I assume that this thread is to monitor the team performance and not to monitor how we are prepared to host the event. BTW, cricinfo has an interesting column here about how well India is prepared to host the event. We have co-procrastinators!
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5 wins in 3 wc and we r talking about wining the wc..u need to win atleast 7 matches to win a world cup..we haven't won this # of matches in 3 wc and u people believe that we can win in a flash..plz dont let reality hit u in the head..

as someone said in the forums i remember "cricket is a process not a event or two"..a QF berth is the most realistic situation here..beyond that is a bonus..if we can achieve this we will be surely win the wc in the near future

and plz dont bash me without logic..if I have to eat my words i'll be the happiest person in the world..If Bangladesh wins the wc and my logic fails do i lose?..NO..if Bangladesh fails to win the WC and i am right do i Win??..NO
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5 wins in 3 wc and we r talking about wining the wc..u need to win atleast 7 matches to win a world cup..we haven't won this # of matches in 3 wc and u people believe that we can win in a flash..plz dont let reality hit u in the head..

as someone said in the forums i remember "cricket is a process not a event or two"..a QF berth is the most realistic situation here..beyond that is a bonus..if we can achieve this we will be surely win the wc in the near future

and plz dont bash me without logic..if I have to eat my words i'll be the happiest person in the world..If Bangladesh wins the wc and my logic fails do i lose?..NO..if Bangladesh fails to win the WC and i am right do i Win??..NO
The way I look at it is, if we can make it to the second round, anything can happen. This BD team can beat any team on a given day. If we reach the QF, we have to do that in three matches. Stranger things have happened on a cricket field...
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i am also saying QF(which is 2nd round in this wc)
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I think QF should be expected and not making it should be considered a disappointment. SF is not a far fetched concept given that we will have home field (barring playing SL) and our recent wins vs. NZ & SL at home. PAK and AUS doesn't appear that threatening at the moment either.
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Thanks Raynman bhai for opening this thread.
There is a typo on the top. 3007 (2007)
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great work. Now... someone needs to make a nice printable schedule.

Edit: I made one in excel sheet. (If anybody need a copy.. holla) Lets go BD.
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5 wins in 3 wc and we r talking about wining the wc..u need to win atleast 7 matches to win a world cup..we haven't won this # of matches in 3 wc and u people believe that we can win in a flash..plz dont let reality hit u in the head..

as someone said in the forums i remember "cricket is a process not a event or two"..a QF berth is the most realistic situation here..beyond that is a bonus..if we can achieve this we will be surely win the wc in the near future

and plz dont bash me without logic..if I have to eat my words i'll be the happiest person in the world..If Bangladesh wins the wc and my logic fails do i lose?..NO..if Bangladesh fails to win the WC and i am right do i Win??..NO
of course we're not going to win, but...

99 team was associate team, they doesn't count.

2003 team didn't even deserve to be there.

2007 team was the only decent side we had.
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of course we're not going to win, but...

99 team was associate team, they doesn't count.

2003 team didn't even deserve to be there.

2007 team was the only decent side we had.
the 2007 squad was built well. Not as talented as the current squad but each position had the right player that when on song could bring about a victory.

TI was the slogging opener, SN (biggest disappointment in that WC) was the anchor who could score at a good pace. Aftab was the accelerator at #3 and Shakib and Mushy were versatile enough to stabilize and/or hit as well as the allrounders, Bashar was an experienced leader (granted not the best tactician), Ash was a finisher, Rafique was the veteren presence, Razzak the new blood, Mash the attacking pacer and Rasel the container. Everybody new what their role was and changes were made for match situations (Mushy at #3 vs. India).

Our team for the past 4 years has been built too defensively for my taste. Players are selected and then placed into roles as opposed to selecting the proper players to fill the roles. The approach has been more geared to save face then it has been to win. But still the talent is there and this team should be making it to the QF. If nothing else, then not to backtrack on the 2007 success.

I'm psyched for this WC, dishing out the money on the pay-per-view and the cost that comes with having the WC parties at home. Hopefully, it will be money well spent.
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of course we're not going to win, but...

99 team was associate team, they doesn't count.

2003 team didn't even deserve to be there.

2007 team was the only decent side we had.
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Lets start with the selector. (I hope you don't mind me adding this.)

I give them 6/10- In danger of failing. It would've be 5, but thinking somewhat professionally and not including Mashrafe bin Mortaza was a bold and a correct move, so it's a 6. It could've been 7, but inclusion of Mohammed Ashraful made me deduct 1 point. He is a delima

Including Shahriar Nafees was a good call. I think he deserves a chance. The guy is trying to start fresh, and everyone deserves a 2nd chance.

Another questionable pick was SD Shuvo. Looking at Shuvo's performance, how he bats and bowls, I don't think I'd have picked him. Picking players based on stats and figure is to me an incorrect move. He can't bat, he bowls half pitch-pie. Only reason he did well vs NZ was because NZ suck against spin. That performance alone shouldn't give him a spot. Although he is a decent fielder.

Not including Sahbir Rahman was also a smart move. Many BCers were dying to see him in ODI shirt, based on 3 6s that he hit vs some team I can't even remember in some tournament, that I never even heard of until then. Good to see them come out of typical bangla-selecting: "include 5 kids aged between 16-19". I can assure you, if Rahman is handled properly, but next WC, he will be a class act. Lets not ruin him like we ruin many talented U-19 kids.

I am not happy with what they've been doing to Jahurul Islam, which is a bit more personal. With couple of limited chances he showed glimpse of what he is capable of. But he was never able to settle down in the team. He was benched the whole series, and then he was dropped from the next, even though he had a decent series in Eng with w/e chances he was given. He can easily come as a backup keeper, a backup opener, or a middle order bat. Touch wood, if something happens to Rahim, who will be keeping? Siddique?
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Here are some stats to ponder over:

Since 2007 WC:
BD has broken 250 only 13 times.
300 was broken 3 times (all wins) vs. ZIM (2) and UAE
270-300 accounted for 5 times (2 wins vs. WI & IRE and 3 losses to IND (2) and PAK)
250-270 accounted for 5 times (all losses including one to ZIM)

Only 4 matches have been won by chasing with a 6.00 RPO or better. 3 of them are against ZIM and one against SL (all in 2009)

It has really been our bowling that has kept us in or won us matches in most cases in the past few years.

Leaving out ZIM and WI (due to them not fielding a full strength team), our major wins since the 2007 WC include

1 vs. SL
1 vs. ENG and
5 vs. NZ

For our group:

Last win vs. IND : 2007 WC
Last win vs. SA : 2007 WC
Last win vs. ENG : 2010
Last win vs. WI : 2009 / Never if you consider full strength teams
Last win vs. IRE : 2010
Last win vs. NED : Never
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With the way the pitches are acting especially at Chittagong, we don't have to worry about 300+ runs. 220-240 should be a winning score against the goras!!
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Raynman bhai did we ever face NED in ICC trophy?

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Raynman bhai did we ever face NED in ICC trophy?

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Yes, and we have lost to them:

http://www.banglacricket.com/History/icc.php

Or losses:

February 23, 1994 2nd Round Group E Bangladesh v Netherlands Netherlands won by 47 runs Netherlands 205 (48.3 ov); Bangladesh 158 (48 ov)

June 16, 1990 Amstelveen 2nd Round Group B Netherlands v Bangladesh Netherlands won by 161 runs Netherlands 309-7 (60 ov); Bangladesh 148 (47.4 ov)
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Yes, and we have lost to them:

http://www.banglacricket.com/History/icc.php

Or losses:

February 23, 1994 2nd Round Group E Bangladesh v Netherlands Netherlands won by 47 runs Netherlands 205 (48.3 ov); Bangladesh 158 (48 ov)

June 16, 1990 Amstelveen 2nd Round Group B Netherlands v Bangladesh Netherlands won by 161 runs Netherlands 309-7 (60 ov); Bangladesh 148 (47.4 ov)
But we beat them in 1997. the best innings by a Bd captain ever. Chasing a modest target of 171 Bd was 15/4 and then rain interrupted revised target of 141 in 32 overs were achived by an unbeaten 68 of Akram khan. If we lost that match there would not been any WC or test status as we were on the blink of elimination. Scorecard
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^^ Durjoy opening with Athahar Ali, followed by Sanawar at one down - what a line up!

Did not we have JO and Biddut in that ICCT squad?
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^ I think Biddut debuted after for BD after the 1997 ICCT. I could be wrong though.

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^^ In 1996, we won the ACC Trophy beating UAE. Biddut was the highest scorer of the tourney (source).

Here is the scorecard for the final - http://www.cricketarchive.com/Archiv...02/102653.html

Politics in the selection process badly pegged us back in those years. We were really lucky to win the ICCT!
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Stats against India, England, SA, and WI, at home, for the players in the WC squad -

Batsmen:
Tamim Iqbal 2007-2010 11 11 0 374 125 34.00 423 88.41 1 2 3 47 5
Mohammad Ashraful 2002-2010 18 18 0 340 52 18.88 525 64.76 0 1 1 37 3
Shakib Al Hasan 2007-2010 10 10 0 274 85 27.40 376 72.87 0 3 1 21 1
Raqibul Hasan 2008-2010 6 6 0 239 89 39.83 380 62.89 0 2 0 14 1
Mahmudullah 2008-2010 6 6 2 208 64* 52.00 243 85.59 0 2 1 19 1
Mushfiqur Rahim 2007-2010 8 8 1 193 76 27.57 251 76.89 0 1 0 12 1
Imrul Kayes 2010-2010 5 5 0 174 70 34.80 278 62.58 0 2 0 16 1
Naeem Islam 2010-2010 5 5 3 97 25 48.50 105 92.38 0 0 0 6 1
Abdur Razzak 2007-2010 11 7 3 60 17* 15.00 74 81.08 0 0 1 4 2
Shahriar Nafees 2008-2008 4 4 0 51 25 12.75 84 60.71 0 0 0 7 0

Though Ash is second in the list according to numbers of runs scored, notice how poor his average was in those matches! SN is another batsman who has done really poorly against oppositions listed here (India and SA).

Abdur Razzak 2007-2010 11 11 103.0 2 482 11 3/52 43.81 4.67 56.1 0 0
Shakib Al Hasan 2007-2010 10 10 92.1 4 409 10 3/32 40.90 4.43 55.3 0 0
Naeem Islam 2010-2010 5 5 33.0 0 177 5 3/49 35.40 5.36 39.6 0 0
Mohammad Ashraful 2002-2010 18 6 25.5 0 169 3 2/71 56.33 6.54 51.6 0 0
Shafiul Islam 2010-2010 4 4 23.5 1 164 3 1/35 54.66 6.88 47.6 0 0
Nazmul Hossain 2004-2004 2 2 16.0 1 65 2 2/39 32.50 4.06 48.0 0 0
Mahmudullah 2008-2010 6 6 32.0 0 182 1 1/30 182.00 5.68 192.0 0 0
Rubel Hossain 2010-2010 3 3 21.0 0 152 1 1/60 152.00 7.23 126.0 0 0
Suhrawadi Shuvo 2010-2010 2 2 13.0 1 59 1 1/45 59.00 4.53 78.0 0 0

Other than Shakib and Abdur Razzak, other bowlers don't have much success in those matches to talk about

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