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Old July 22, 2015, 10:40 AM
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Default Tamim QDK Clash on Day2 of First Test

It's Reported that they had an exchange of words and bodily pushing each other ... Doesn't look so serious, but this is the second incident with Tamim. Is SA failing to handle the pressure of Defeat to Bangladesh or is it Tamim?

http://www.cricket.com.au/news/match...ort/2015-07-22
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Old July 22, 2015, 10:49 AM
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Doesn't deserve a thread. And that ****boy will get fined. But forget that. My concern is how cricket Australia's site puts out better review/preview of our games than CI and Feerdose Monda? If you follow CA twitter you will see them cover all kinds of cricket not just Aus. They are actually pretty nice source for cricket.
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Old July 22, 2015, 11:02 AM
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Doesn't deserve a thread. And that ****boy will get fined. But forget that. My concern is how cricket Australia's site puts out better review/preview of our games than CI and Feerdose Monda? If you follow CA twitter you will see them cover all kinds of cricket not just Aus. They are actually pretty nice source for cricket.
Cricket Australia is in good touch with BCB for covering these incidents.
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Old July 22, 2015, 11:04 AM
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Australian website has been the best to follow cricket for some time now.

Think Tamim gets easily wind up and every opposition knows it. They try to play the mind games with him when he gets going. Not saying that was tamim's fault but tamim just needs to focus on batting and perhaps deal with the matter later after the game. These things should not bother him.
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Old July 22, 2015, 11:11 AM
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Lol why does Tamim fall for these, join in, and then complain to the umps
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Old July 22, 2015, 11:17 AM
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Tamim thinks he is at high school. Goes to complain to the head master when his junior tried to bully him. Looks funny.
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Old July 22, 2015, 11:53 AM
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In this particular case I am kind of ok with Tamim's action i.e. complaining to the umpire instead of trying to taking things in his own hand. Whatever happened before I think he did a smart thing at the end.

There is no place for physical contact in cricket and whatever I have seen, looks like Kock is the aggressor ( even SA commentator mentioned that). And if there is any disciplinary action taken, it will be taken against Kock (in my opinion). So Tamim will end up getting the upper hand.
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Old July 22, 2015, 12:00 PM
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Quinton De Kock (lol) is one annoying little prick behind the stumps with a 'slap me hard every time you see me' kind of face. I think Tamim did the right thing by bringing the umpires into play.
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Old July 22, 2015, 12:20 PM
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Tamim can be a little bitch himself. He's a snitch. But in this case it's better that he didn't initiate or react to some pesky stuff. Now that kid has to deal with the ref.
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Old July 22, 2015, 12:31 PM
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Tamim is the smartest kid of the lot. He can play the mind game with the best of them. He dishes out more than he takes in. Atta boy.

Steyn knew without QDK they will be in loads of trouble keeping in the second test. Thus the semi-hug. Kissy kissy patch-up.
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Old July 22, 2015, 12:45 PM
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By the video it seemed like Tamim was pretty much breathing down Kock's neck, and he responded by nudging him away with his elbow, anyone would do the same. At the same time the umps were walking towards their direction and Tamim just started pointing toward Kock with a 'hey look he pushed me' type gesture.
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Old July 22, 2015, 12:52 PM
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You can initiate the verbal confrontation, you can also breath down to someone's neck.... you will most likely get away lightly as long you don't make the physical contact.... when you make that (physical contact), that's where you cross the line... and that's when you will most likely be penalized heavily.

Even its minimum, there was indeed physical contact in this incident.
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Anyone has the vids? TIK messes with the opposition. I'm fine with that. He's the most fluent in English and so he doesn't make down. QdK is annoying. He is more annoying a keeper than Mushy, which is saying something.
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Anyone has the vids? TIK messes with the opposition. I'm fine with that. He's the most fluent in English and so he doesn't make down. QdK is annoying. He is more annoying a keeper than Mushy, which is saying something.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu_smEKwLmI
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Old July 22, 2015, 01:34 PM
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By the video it seemed like Tamim was pretty much breathing down Kock's neck, and he responded by nudging him away with his elbow, anyone would do the same. At the same time the umps were walking towards their direction and Tamim just started pointing toward Kock with a 'hey look he pushed me' type gesture.
Wrong. Based on the videos, it's The Cock who, instead of heading toward the pavilion, decided to circle the stumps to Tamim, talk some more trash and then elbow Tamim for a good measure. Why? Tamim didn't go up to him and start "breathing down" his throat.



You tell me who's entering who's personal space? Tamim is standing his ground.

Anyways, The Cock should be worried about keeping his place in the team rather than trying to start a fight. Scored like 3 runs in the whole tour.
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I wonder the stump mic didn't pick up something?
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^ Right! If this was baseball, the dugout clears and the whole bench comes to Tamim's defense, redneck style. It gets ugly, we don't need that in cricket. But brotherhood is brotherhood.
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By the video it seemed like Tamim was pretty much breathing down Kock's neck, and he responded by nudging him away with his elbow, anyone would do the same. At the same time the umps were walking towards their direction and Tamim just started pointing toward Kock with a 'hey look he pushed me' type gesture.
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The video show it was De Kock who is the guilty. Why blaming Tamim?

If you don't like TI, it's ok BUT please don't try to mislead us!
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Clearly QdK is in the wrong here. I hope he gets fines his entire match fee because this is the second time the Saffers have initiated physical contact. Also if I were Broad I'd call up the entire South African management and tell them clearly that this (initiation of physical contact) better stop unless they want to get banned.
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Old July 22, 2015, 02:58 PM
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The video show it was De Kock who is the guilty. Why blaming Tamim?

If you don't like TI, it's ok BUT please don't try to mislead us!
Apologies, I missed the part about Kock circling around the stumps. Not trying to instigate anything against Tamim here
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You can initiate the verbal confrontation, you can also breath down to someone's neck.... you will most likely get away lightly as long you don't make the physical contact.... when you make that (physical contact), that's where you cross the line... and that's when you will most likely be penalized heavily.

Even its minimum, there was indeed physical contact in this incident.
So its perfectly ok to make verbal assault and breathing down on someone's neck?

If someone comes and deliberately breath on my neck, I have the perfect right to slap that ****
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Old July 22, 2015, 04:22 PM
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I think Tamim standing up to Qdk sends messages of the new BD.

These incidents happen, and one has to stand their ground.
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Old July 22, 2015, 05:16 PM
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There must be a reason as to why they keep going after Tamim? I noticed another player (couldn't tell who) made a gesture too that didn't look very friendly. Prothom Alo claims apparently some other players had negative body language too.

All this means Bangladesh are getting better as a team and getting under our skin is their way of acknowledging our progress =) plus De Kock must be mad at BD players for taking him out like a school kid
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Old July 22, 2015, 05:26 PM
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Looks like tamim is an world class sledger and gets under opponent's skin pretty often
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