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Old November 1, 2011, 03:46 PM
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এক ইনিংসে ৬ উইকেটসহ অভিষেক টেস্টে ৭ উইকেট। কোথায় পরের টেস্টে তিনিই হবেন দলের তুরুপের তাস, অথচ ইলিয়াস সানি কিনা খেলছেনই না ঢাকা টেস্টে! না খেলার কারণ পেটের পীড়া বলা হলেও এ নিয়ে জল্পনা-কল্পনা কম হচ্ছে না। জাতীয় দলের বাঁহাতি স্পিনার কথা বলেছেন তাঁর হতাশা নিয়ে

 এখন শারীরিক অবস্থা কেমন আপনার?
সানি: (হাসি) এখন আর বাথরুমে যেতে হচ্ছে না। তবে একটু দুর্বলতা আছে।
 চট্টগ্রামে অমন দুর্দান্ত পারফরম্যান্সের পর এভাবে বাইরে বসে থাকতে নিশ্চয়ই খুব খারাপ লাগছে...
সানি: আফসোস তো একটু লাগছেই। একটা টেস্ট খেলেই পরের টেস্টটা খেলতে পারলাম না! তবে হতাশ নই। কপালে ছিল না, তাই খেলছি না...ব্যাপারটা এভাবেই নিচ্ছি। যা হয় ভালোর জন্যই হয়।
 খেলতে যে পারবেন না, সেটা কি খেলার দিন সকালেই বুঝতে পারলেন?
সানি: আমি আসলে চেষ্টা করেছিলাম। ফিজিও বললেন, একটু দেখতে। এরপর ওয়ার্মআপেও নামি। সকালের সমস্যাটা না হলে হয়তো খেলতাম।
 কিন্তু ঢাকা টেস্টে আপনার না খেলার মূল কারণ অসুস্থতা নয়, এ রকম একটা কথা কিন্তু ছড়িয়ে পড়েছে। কী বলবেন?
সানি: যারা এটা বলছে, আমি চাই, তারা এসে সবাইকে জিজ্ঞেস করুক। বিসিবির ডাক্তার আছেন, দলের ফিজিও আছেন। ওনারা ব্যাপারটা জানেন। ম্যাচের দিন যখন টিম মিটিং হচ্ছে, তার আগেও বেশ কয়েকবার টয়লেটে গেছি। মিটিংয়ের সময় আমার পাশে মুশফিক বসা ছিল। ওকে ব্যাপারটা বলি। ও সঙ্গে সঙ্গে বলেছে, আপনি ফিজিওর সঙ্গে কথা বলেন। ফিজিওর সঙ্গে কথা বললে তিনি আমাকে ওষুধ দেন। এরপর বিসিবির ডাক্তার এলেন। এ ছাড়া ম্যাচের আগের রাতে আমি ঘুমিয়েছি সাড়ে চারটার সময়। চারবার টয়লেটে গেছি।
 অনেকে বলছেন, টিম ম্যানেজমেন্ট খেলতে বলেছিল, কিন্তু আপনিই নাকি খেলতে চাননি?
সানি: আসলে অনেক আলোচনাই হচ্ছে, যেগুলো ঠিক নয়। এখন এ নিয়ে আমি কী বলব? প্রথম টেস্টে এত ভালো খেলেও দ্বিতীয় টেস্টে খেলতে চাইব না, এটা কি কোনো কথা?
 পারিবারিক সমস্যার কারণে কাউকে না বলে বাসায় চলে যাওয়ায় কোচ আপনার ওপর চটেছেন—এটা কি ঠিক?
সানি: কোচ আমাকে কিছু বলেননি। আমি তো এখন দলের সঙ্গেই আছি। এর বেশি কিছু বলার নেই আসলে। নো কমেন্ট।
 পারিবারিক সমস্যাটা আসলে কী ছিল? কী একটা সালিসের মতো হয়েছিল। আপনি নাকি সেখানে গিয়েছিলেন...
সানি: এ নিয়ে কিছুই বলব না। কারণ, এর সঙ্গে আমি কোনোভাবেই সম্পৃক্ত নই। সালিস জাতীয় কিছু হয়ইনি, আমার থাকার তো প্রশ্নই আসে না।
 আপনার না খেলার কারণ তাহলে শুধুই অসুস্থতা?
সানি: পারিবারিক সমস্যা থাকতেই পারে। কিন্তু এই সমস্যার জন্য মানসিক চাপে পড়ে আমি খেলতে পারিনি বলা হলে আমার কী করার আছে বলেন? আমি অসুস্থ ছিলাম এবং সেটা সবাই জানে।


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Old November 1, 2011, 04:20 PM
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Every player wants to play. He may have problem with his family but Idon't think this is the cause not to play. This is only rumor.
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Old November 1, 2011, 05:27 PM
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According to the DS, there's nothing wrong with Sunny physiologically. Apparently he is emotionally distraught over property related family issues. If the DS report turns out to be accurate, then it's a freaking shame for someone who's anything but a sissy with the ball.
IDK how true this rumor is, if it is, you can't call him out for doing the right thing. If he is distracted and mentally not there, (not mentally not read-- that's two different thing) he did the right thing by dropping out. If a player can't give his 100% to the team, he shouldn't play. Now, how many times have you seen our players do that?

And hate to take this to the Ashra Avenue, but he should learn from this. Instead of bitching about not getting enough shots and crap, he should drop himself knowing that he isn't fit.
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Old November 2, 2011, 04:42 AM
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IDK how true this rumor is, if it is, you can't call him out for doing the right thing. If he is distracted and mentally not there, (not mentally not read-- that's two different thing) he did the right thing by dropping out. If a player can't give his 100% to the team, he shouldn't play. Now, how many times have you seen our players do that?

And hate to take this to the Ashra Avenue, but he should learn from this. Instead of bitching about not getting enough shots and crap, he should drop himself knowing that he isn't fit.
half-fit sunny is better than shuvo.How many runs shuvo gave away?Shuvo got 0 in 2nd inngs.

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Old August 24, 2012, 07:07 PM
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Plenty of record-holders in part two of our series on players who we expect will grab your attention in next month's World Twenty20
Mohammad Isam, Firdose Moonda, Andrew Fernando and Ger Siggins
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Elias Sunny can give Bangladesh vital breakthroughs with the ball and bat
































Elias Sunny
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Having made impressive Test and T20 debuts in his first year of international cricket, Sunny ventures onto the biggest stage of his career. He will be looking for wickets, which will secure his future and ensure that his early success wasn't just a one-off. He didn't go to a sports institute or scorch his way through age-group cricket, learning the game instead at a neighbourhood academy, where he played age-group cricket, and then slogging his way through Dhaka's club scene before finding himself a place in the Dhaka Division first-class team in 2003-04. He has also played for Chittagong, opening the batting at times, but his primary trade has been left-arm spin.

Sunny was on the fringes for a long time, despite good performances, but the national call-up finally came in 2011, after yet another haul of wickets and runs in all competitions, including a back-to-the-wall 87 not out in a one-day final. On Test debut, he took a six-for against West Indies.
What's he about?
Sunny possesses control - as anyone who has plenty of first-class wickets does - but his ability to turn the ball with his round-arm action is his real strength. He is also slow through the air on most occasions but has shown versatility by quickening up the pace when needed. Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim has slowly begun to rely on him as a spinner. However, Sunny will be under pressure to improve his batting skills.
What the team needs
Coach Richard Pybus said Bangladesh won't pick three spinners for the sake of it, but the fact remains that they still rely heavily on their slow left-armers. While Shakib Al Hasan provides balance with his skilful control and Abdur Razzak is the attacking option, there is space for Sunny to be the surprise package by turning the odd ball and providing a key breakthrough.
Big day out
5 for 13 v Ireland, first T20I, Belfast, 2012
Though he played unofficial T20s for Bangladesh during the Zimbabwe tri-series in June, Sunny's official debut in the format came against Ireland the following month. He began with a double-wicket maiden, following up with a wicket in each of his next three overs to become the first bowler to take a five-for on T20I debut.
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Sunny is the only cricketer to win Man-of-the-Match awards on debut in two formats - Test and T20.
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"I have noticed a huge difference between the domestic cricket that we play in Bangladesh and international cricket. Fundamentally for me, it is with the number of bad balls that I could bowl in an over. You can't bowl a single bad ball in international cricket; it will get punished."

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It is good to see Elias Sunny getting recognised in the international arena
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it is great to see him getting recognised and it might be harsh on razzak because lately he's bowled alright but i really hope if only 1 specialist spinner is picked that it's elias that is picked, he's clearly more of a wicket-taker and more of a match winner than razzak is and he's been successful in his limited chances at the international level in all formats.
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it is great to see him getting recognised and it might be harsh on razzak because lately he's bowled alright but i really hope if only 1 specialist spinner is picked that it's elias that is picked, he's clearly more of a wicket-taker and more of a match winner than razzak is and he's been successful in his limited chances at the international level in all formats.
I think its fair to see that both Razzak and Sunny have different roles in the team. Razzak role is to choke the opposition whereas Sunny is a wicket taker. We need both of them in the team imo.
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against the Kiwis, Raj-Sunny-Shakib combo is a must. Against Pakistan, i call for an extra batsman
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Met with him last night. Had little chat. A real decent person who likes to have adda too.
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He is a quality spinner no doubt about that. With time he will improve more.
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I think its fair to see that both Razzak and Sunny have different roles in the team. Razzak role is to choke the opposition whereas Sunny is a wicket taker. We need both of them in the team imo.
in one-dayers and t20s maybe, but if they are to pick just one i'd go with sunny.
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if only shakib was a brilliant right handed offie a lot of problems wouldve been solved

3 SLAs wont be that effective
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if only shakib was a brilliant right handed offie a lot of problems wouldve been solved

3 SLAs wont be that effective
i think in some conditions it's ok, mainly in ODIs and t20s though. 3 SLAs in tests is a bit risky imo. but obviously it would be great if we had the variety. hopefully sohag and mahmudul develop a bit more, maybe even nasir so we get some right handed offies. i guess for leggy's we're still looking at noor...
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Simply too good of a spinner to leave out of the team. Congrats on the good performance
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He should be seriously considered ahead of Razzak. That will motivate Razaak.

Razzak still brings value with the ball. But I am getting tired of his "Taki Mach dhora" fielding. Plus now a days Razzak's batting is invisible.
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Good performance on your comeback, but must improve on fielding. Our spin bench strenght is looking good.
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Ajke Sunny miar kando dekhe hashte hashte pet betha hoye gese
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He doesn't seem to have a plan B when he gets smashed for a few sixes. It's something he needs to work on.
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Old December 8, 2012, 10:42 PM
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Bad day at the office.. Don't worry every bowler faces a day like this when everything goes wrong for him..

He will come back strongly Inshallah...

I can forgive his bowling today but the stupidity that he showed today at the end is unforgivable and unforgettable
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Im surprised everyone has forgotten abt Elias. i feel sorry for this guy. Has won us matches singehandedly. He has lost his starting spot in tests. I thought he would be a mainstay in the national team but in the series against West Indies Gazi gets picked over him and the rest is history. Its gonna be hard for him to be back in the national team imo.

Sorry Elias. You did nothing wrong, you always played well but sometimes things just happen
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Im surprised everyone has forgotten abt Elias. i feel sorry for this guy. Has won us matches singehandedly. He has lost his starting spot in tests. I thought he would be a mainstay in the national team but in the series against West Indies Gazi gets picked over him and the rest is history. Its gonna be hard for him to be back in the national team imo.

Sorry Elias. You did nothing wrong, you always played well but sometimes things just happen
I take this as a good sign. No one can take their place in the national team for granted any more.
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