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Old May 6, 2012, 08:37 AM
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No player in current day and age can meet the opponent the night before the test and declare that he would score a century the next day and do it.

Sobers did it at Australia at the rum-punch party. Believe it since it came from an opposition's mouth who were present.

Kothakar kon tuk tuk Kallis tarey niya abar kotha.
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Old May 6, 2012, 10:52 PM
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no player in current day and age can meet the opponent the night before the test and declare that he would score a century the next day and do it.

Sobers did it at australia at the rum-punch party. Believe it since it came from an opposition's mouth who were present.

kothakar kon tuk tuk kallis tarey niya abar kotha.
এক জনরে বড় কইতে গিয়া আরেক জনেরে টা্ইনা নামানির ধংসাত্বক মানসিকতা আমাদের অবশ্যই ত্যাগ করতে হইবো...

এইডা অতি খারাপ এবং শরমের কাজ এ্ইডা আমাগো বুঝতে হইবো তা-ই না...
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Old May 7, 2012, 06:57 AM
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এক জনরে বড় কইতে গিয়া আরেক জনেরে টা্ইনা নামানির ধংসাত্বক মানসিকতা আমাদের অবশ্যই ত্যাগ করতে হইবো...

এইডা অতি খারাপ এবং শরমের কাজ এ্ইডা আমাগো বুঝতে হইবো তা-ই না...
হায় আল্লাহ!! আমি কই যাই? ম্যেডামদের কাছ থেকে তো এই শিকলাম। তবে টুক টুক কথা টা একদম ঠিক!! বীশ অভারের গেমে স্টাইক রেট এক শো'র একটু উপরে। এই রকম প্লেয়ার ঢাকা'র ওলি-গোলি তে পাওয়া যায়।

There is Sobers and the rest is not even in the same planet.
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Old May 7, 2012, 06:59 AM
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I wish sakib will become of the same level but atm he is a lot far. Knowing shakib, some more hard work and he can def. get there in 5 years
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Old May 10, 2012, 09:34 PM
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হায় আল্লাহ!! আমি কই যাই? ম্যেডামদের কাছ থেকে তো এই শিকলাম। তবে টুক টুক কথা টা একদম ঠিক!! বীশ অভারের গেমে স্টাইক রেট এক শো'র একটু উপরে। এই রকম প্লেয়ার ঢাকা'র ওলি-গোলি তে পাওয়া যায়।

there is sobers and the rest is not even in the same planet.

অন্যের খারাপ টাই যদি শিক্ষা ফেলাই তো আর নিজের ভালো থাকা হইলো কই

পরের ছেলেমানুষী কথাডার উত্তর না দেই...

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Old June 19, 2012, 06:16 PM
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'Best allrounder after Sobers'
Part nine: Jacques Kallis was a batsman Wasim Akram dismissed only once in his career (04:06)
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Old November 24, 2012, 02:51 PM
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November 24th 2012, Adelaide:
92.6
Siddle to Kallis, no run, dropped it short, more pain, ducks under it again and he's in plenty of discomfort out in the middle.
Kallis is in pain as he plays each delivery, with the debutant Du Plessis at the other end.

November 24th 2012, Khulna

56.1
Permaul to Shakib Al Hasan, OUT, how do you describe that, he's gone! This is a brain-freeze moment, batting on one of the better made near-centuries you would see, Shakib goes down the track and tries to slog Permaul away, he does not get it off the middle of the bat and the top edge of the bat and flies up to mid-off for a simple catch.

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Old November 24, 2012, 04:34 PM
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Err...I dunno whether I would simply say that he was selfish. Shakib was due to go to under the knife before this series but he chose not to, just so that he could play for Bangladesh. It might not be as visceral an injury as the one Kallis suffered but it must be pretty severe if it requires surgery.

In any case, there is no doubt that Kallis is the better batsmen. No one would dare say that. Shakib is likely to pass him in the wickets tally though, if all goes well and he has a full career. Whether his bowling improves or not, BD's dependence on him will mean that he will bowl 50 overs an innings so as to get 4-5 wickets.
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Old November 24, 2012, 05:10 PM
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Shakib performs despite gruelling workload
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Shakib wasn't able to speak to reporters after the day's play because he had reportedly injured his right shin and needed a scan. A man of few words, it is unlikely Shakib would have been able to convey what he felt after breaking Mohammad Rafique's record of 100 Test wickets, and after missing his third century.
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Not long after he had completed his 52nd over, Shakib was needed in the middle once again, because of what transpired in the first 45 minutes of Bangladesh's innings. The standout aspect of Shakib's innings was how he did not get flustered by the happenings around him. After watching senior batsman Shahriar Nafees and his captain Mushfiqur Rahim fall to terrible shots, Shakib began a 144-run association with Nasir Hossain.
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"I didn't think of celebrating 100 wickets. I was just relieved that I finally started getting wickets today," Shakib said. "I was forcing myself to bowl better today."
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The responsibilities Shakib performs for Bangladesh can be a drain on physical and mental strength. The size of his workload also poses an injury risk. Shakib, however, will have to carry on.
enough said !
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Old November 24, 2012, 05:50 PM
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Such threads are just jokes at the moment and utter ignorance of BD fans and off course disgrace for those greats. If Sobers or Kallis was from BD and Shakb from any third country...BD fans would have spammed to freeze the site for opening such thread.

No doubt, he is still the best player we have.
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Kallis is too good with the bat.
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Kallis was making a killing with the ball in Adelaide on 1st day until he got his injury and could not return and was only able to bat at 7 due to his absence. He will not be able to bowl this test and may miss the next one. But he bore the pain and batted on in the 1st innings.
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This thread.....lol
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This thread.....lol
keno bhai ... ki kharap kowa hoisey ai thread - e?
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Old November 24, 2012, 10:45 PM
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Give this thread a break.
Pleeeeeease *girly voice*

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Old November 25, 2012, 12:42 AM
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sorry, can't oblige. it started when shakib became number one test all rounder after Kallis and I like keeping up with the comparisons. One phrase for Shakib - Noblesse Oblige.
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sorry, can't oblige. it started when shakib became number one test all rounder after Kallis and I like keeping up with the comparisons. One phrase for Shakib - Noblesse Oblige.
Adding that phrase to thread heading would have made lot more sense...
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I would love to know what the people are smoking who compare Shakib with the great Kallis never mind Sir gary sobers who is arguably the greatest cricketer ever after Sir Don Bradman.
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Old November 25, 2012, 06:53 PM
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I agree with you but Kallis is more of a specialist batsman than an all-rounder I mean if you compare both his batting and bowling together, there's a big gap between the two. Shakib is a proper all-rounder who does justice equally to both batting and bowling. According to his stats, it obviously suggests that he's neither a specialist batsman nor a specialist bowler, just a genuine proper good all-rounder.
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I agree with you but Kallis is more of a specialist batsman than an all-rounder I mean if you compare both his batting and bowling together, there's a big gap between the two. Shakib is a proper all-rounder who does justice equally to both batting and bowling. According to his stats, it obviously suggests that he's neither a specialist batsman nor a specialist bowler, just a genuine proper good all-rounder.
Picking up close to 300 wickets in test cricket (not too many have reached over 300) is pretty good for a so called specialist batsman.
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I love Shaqib but I just don't get how people even dare to compare him to Kallis, let alone the great Sobers.

Also dont forget how we don't even Play enough tests and the way things are going we might even get kicked out of the test teams for good in which case Shaqib will have the same fate as Eddie Barlow, Graeme pollock and the other south African greats of the time who never even had the chance
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November 24th 2012, Adelaide:
92.6
Siddle to Kallis, no run, dropped it short, more pain, ducks under it again and he's in plenty of discomfort out in the middle.
Kallis is in pain as he plays each delivery, with the debutant Du Plessis at the other end.

November 24th 2012, Khulna

56.1
Permaul to Shakib Al Hasan, OUT, how do you describe that, he's gone! This is a brain-freeze moment, batting on one of the better made near-centuries you would see, Shakib goes down the track and tries to slog Permaul away, he does not get it off the middle of the bat and the top edge of the bat and flies up to mid-off for a simple catch.

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I love your post. And that is exactly what seperates our superman from the great Kallis.
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Old November 26, 2012, 07:58 AM
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Picking up close to 300 wickets in test cricket (not too many have reached over 300) is pretty good for a so called specialist batsman.
Kallis has played far too many matches that's why how many 5 wicket hauls has he achieved in 150 test matches? then compare it with Shakib then you see what I was talking about.
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I agree with you but Kallis is more of a specialist batsman than an all-rounder I mean if you compare both his batting and bowling together, there's a big gap between the two. Shakib is a proper all-rounder who does justice equally to both batting and bowling. According to his stats, it obviously suggests that he's neither a specialist batsman nor a specialist bowler, just a genuine proper good all-rounder.
exactly.
I find it unfair to both Sak and Kallis.
they dont really play the same role.
and also Kallis has been playing for such a long time,at that time Sakib probably thought he will become afootballer..lol.
its better to compare him to the all rounders of his era or his age who ppays a similar role as Sak does.
like Watson or Angelo Mathews or even Shoaib M and Afridi. and offcourse Mo Hapiz.
For the same reason as Kallis I wont bring Jayasuriya into this either who was more of a batsman and a very senior player.

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Old November 26, 2012, 11:53 AM
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Kallis has played far too many matches that's why how many 5 wicket hauls has he achieved in 150 test matches? then compare it with Shakib then you see what I was talking about.
They both have similar bowling averages. And the difference between their batting average is more than 20.
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