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Old March 29, 2014, 09:55 AM
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Anamul seems to have corrected his footwork problem and is now the pick of our batsmen. Well done
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Old March 29, 2014, 05:43 PM
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Anamul seems to have corrected his footwork problem and is now the pick of our batsmen. Well done
His footwork still sucks, its just because he is scoring runs and is in golden touch.
Once he starts failing commentators and us fans will start pointing out his poor footwork all over again.

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Old March 31, 2014, 01:06 AM
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Talking too much in the media. Should just focus on scoring runs for the team
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Old March 31, 2014, 01:14 AM
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I fail to see how anamul is in golden touch
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Old March 31, 2014, 10:44 PM
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ajke anamul MOM hobe mone hocche....... bijoy chiniye anbe
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Old June 16, 2014, 08:27 AM
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A good article here by Isam on Anamul. I actually didn't realize his single taking ability has been this poor. It's not even on Junaid's level and as bad as Imrul's and we used to get on their cases a lot more for that. Difference is of course Anamul's far more consistent and the boundaries he scores aren't edgy for the most part but solid cricketing strokes. No doubt he's our best top order batsman now that Tamim has been fading but Anamul has to also be better at rotating the strike if he wants to take his game to the next level. I have confidence that he can do it
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Old June 16, 2014, 09:06 AM
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That reverse sweep was nice though
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Old August 21, 2014, 09:16 AM
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pola ta ekta century korlo kintu keu congratulation dilen nah. pashan BC (boy scored a century, no one congratulated him. what is love BC?)

congrats anamaul. scratchy innings but a good one in the end. 3 ODI century for him already.
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Old August 21, 2014, 10:01 AM
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his 3rd ODI century from 18 innings when ashraful has 3 from 169 innings. tamim has 4 ODI tons (equal with SN) and shakib 5, if anamul scores tons this regularly then he's going to surpass tamim and even shakib by the time he's played 40 matches.

just goes to show how he's different to other BD batsmen in that he has a higher capability and frequency for scoring tons which is an area BD batsmen have certainly lacked in. same with mominul in tests, he's already ahead of shakib and mushy, these 2 can really take BD to a new level (taskin to improve the bowling).
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Old August 21, 2014, 10:03 AM
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mufi lomba lomba kotha na bole...agey bolo onek was the last time you opened a match thread for second odi in general?
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Old August 21, 2014, 10:55 AM
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Congrats Anamul! Conditions were tough when he batted and SuMurliNarine was making each ball bark like a beech all day long and Bijoy survived him. Very good knock under the circumstances.
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Old August 21, 2014, 11:23 AM
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Honestly if we could produce more Anamul's and Mominul's then our batting could really improve. Our other batsmen could really learn from Anamul's innings and also young aspiring batsmen should learn from his innings yesterday. He continued to build his innings despite others getting out and focused on staying there till the end. Sure his strike rotating wasn't very good but that's something that can be worked upon. Our players should focus on scoring centuries and not just flashy 30's or 40's.
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Old August 21, 2014, 11:56 AM
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I hope this will be a moral booster for Anamul and I know he is still new to expect from him a perfect innings. So I congratulate him.

However this kind of innings doesn't make me feel better in general term. Too many dot ball wasted and when a player stays the whole game, I expect better RR from him. This kind of innings will always ends up giving us "Shomman Jonok Porajoy".

I hope he understand that for his future innings.


btw there is positives in this innings, but end result ( final RR) need to be much better when someone stays that long.
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Old August 21, 2014, 12:25 PM
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I hope this will be a moral booster for Anamul and I know he is still new to expect from him a perfect innings. So I congratulate him.

However this kind of innings doesn't make me feel better in general term. Too many dot ball wasted and when a player stays the whole game, I expect better RR from him. This kind of innings will always ends up giving us "Shomman Jonok Porajoy".

I hope he understand that for his future innings.


btw there is positives in this innings, but end result ( final RR) need to be much better when someone stays that long.
Remember the alternative is always just a overturned fixing ban away. Be careful what you wish for. 3 tons in 18 innings, find someone from anywhere who can do better.
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Old August 21, 2014, 12:30 PM
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his 3rd ODI century from 18 innings when ashraful has 3 from 169 innings. tamim has 4 ODI tons (equal with SN) and shakib 5, if anamul scores tons this regularly then he's going to surpass tamim and even shakib by the time he's played 40 matches.

just goes to show how he's different to other BD batsmen in that he has a higher capability and frequency for scoring tons which is an area BD batsmen have certainly lacked in. same with mominul in tests, he's already ahead of shakib and mushy, these 2 can really take BD to a new level (taskin to improve the bowling).
Interesting that two newbs are scoring tons at will in either format and both are named 'Truth'. Also SN scored all his tons against a ZIM side that makes the current ZIM look like world beaters. All 6 Haque centuries are against top 8 sides. No minnow bashing as of yet, although only Anamul's Asia cup ton can be considered against an elite attack in that respective format.

Is it just me or did Anamul's footwork also seem a bit better than before?
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Old August 21, 2014, 01:21 PM
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find someone from anywhere who can do better.
Either he needs to do better over time RR wise (i.e. reducing dot balls) or we need to find someone who can do better otherwise pretty soon I will lose interest watching the game. he may be better than other current alternatives but unless he address his RR (too many dot ball) issue, he will be another improvised/glorified version of Gullu.
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Old August 21, 2014, 01:33 PM
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Yeah his footwork has definitely improved but he also needs to improve his strike rotation by taking singles and also needs to start upping his strike-rate once he is past 50. At them moment he bats in one gear till his hundred then starts hitting out. If he starts gradually increasing his strike-rate after 50 then starts hitting out from 80 onwards he will be an immense player and much more valuable to the team. He is still only young and has plenty of time to improve. That's the thing that I'm most excited about; the fact that he has so much he can improve on, his potential ceiling is enormous. He is a good player now imagine what he can be if he improves on his weaknesses.
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Old August 21, 2014, 03:22 PM
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Either he needs to do better over time RR wise (i.e. reducing dot balls) or we need to find someone who can do better otherwise pretty soon I will lose interest watching the game. he may be better than other current alternatives but unless he address his RR (too many dot ball) issue, he will be another improvised/glorified version of Gullu.
Gullu couldn't hit hundreds against minnows and had a career SR of 50. Anamul is fine as a consistent, sensible, anchor. Do you want Aftab Ahmed who has a great SR? Even with a SR of 70 we scored 300+ against Pakistan. Yesterday everyone else failed. Even with Anamul slow batting we can post a defendable total. Its a team game. Everyone has a specific role to play. Anam should anchor while Tamim blitzes at the other end.
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Seriously the team is how it is and people don't want anamul? Crazy....yes he has things to work on but so does everyone, at least he makes runs consistently unlike others plus he's already improving his footwork so he's is improving just give him time.
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Old August 21, 2014, 07:12 PM
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Seriously the team is how it is and people don't want anamul? Crazy....yes he has things to work on but so does everyone, at least he makes runs consistently unlike others plus he's already improving his footwork so he's is improving just give him time.
They'd rather have Sir Ash or perhaps they deserve Sir Ash. Aftab has a 80+ strike rate why not dump Anamul for him.
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Gullu couldn't hit hundreds against minnows and had a career SR of 50.
That's why I said this innings remind me of glorified version of Gullu. Gullu 2.0.


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Anamul is fine as a consistent, sensible, anchor.
Yes you are right. We all agree with that part. The part that is missing is: once he had played that role successfully in the innings, he need to accelerate as well as reduce dot balls....that part he need to work in future. plus playing anchor role doesn't mean you play so many dot balls. He is young and he is having a great beginning in ODI, the hope is in near future he will play more confidently once he is set.

Its not that he was out of partners in this innings, we had few more wickets left, and 217 will rarely give us any win. A set batsman has the responsibility (specially if he is the top order batsman) to do more than just play anchor role when he is set.

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Do you want Aftab Ahmed who has a great SR? Even with a SR of 70 we scored 300+ against Pakistan. Yesterday everyone else failed.
Which Aftab you are talking? the one before who got hit in the head with the bouncer or after? Plus we all know about Aftab's laziness that was also reason for his fall.


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Even with Anamul slow batting we can post a defendable total. Its a team game. Everyone has a specific role to play. Anam should anchor while Tamim blitzes at the other end.
I disagree. I don't think 217 is a defendable score. We were just lucky that we got some quick wickets that gave the fans the false hope. Even in that pitch we need to score ~250 to hope for a win. It's not completely Anamul's fault that we scored 217, but he didn't help it either to set a target of ~250.

Also I disagree that as a opener, Anamuls' only responsibility is to anchor (and not address RR) even when he is set. Its top batsman's responsibility to address RR when they are set. I don't believe that a opener's only responsibility can be just stay and anchor and not address the RR (when he is set).

Just because other players failed doesn't make his innings perfect. Scoring century is an individual achievement, but as a fan, I also want to see the player has taken care of the RR for me to say I am 100% happy with that individual achievement.
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fazal mamu apni ki kaaj kore bhai? shomoi kaate na? ajaira eto bok bok kemne koren bhai about nothing........

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there too much f$&$@ negativity in this thread.... anam hit an odi century...its his thread.....

thanks anam. u are great.....
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pola ta ekta century korlo kintu keu congratulation dilen nah. pashan BC (boy scored a century, no one congratulated him. what is love BC?)

congrats anamaul. scratchy innings but a good one in the end. 3 ODI century for him already.
thank you mufi..... this thread posts are disgusting ..... too many noise from few...... i guess thats true for everything in this world.....
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