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Old Yesterday, 06:23 PM
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Ki holo? Malcolm Marshall er reincarnation tar erokom kan performance?
1 match valo khelei jemon lafano uchit na ak match kharap khellei temon lafano uchit na
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no big deal, guys like Steyn, Mcgrath, Anderson and many others had a very similar start. this just goes to show how important control is.

McGrath reduced a little bit of speed and refined his control and became the great that he is.
Steyn did the same thing.

besides, the windies are good at playing speedy pacemen.

It's not the end of the world for him. he needs more experience, more exposure only then he can learn. against India, he had control, speed everything. today he lacked control.
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all i am trying to say is that there are many talented speedy pacers who starts off wayward,(lots of pace but lacks direction/guidance). there are too many examples to quote. Hopefully he gets better.
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I missed the entire 2nd innings (thank god) but made sure to watch the replays of Taskin's spells. I thought he bowled very well. A maurading Pollard dented his econ; against most sides he'd have finished with 1 or 2 for 30 off 7 instead of 0-46. He was beating Ramdin's bat with pace like a thirteen year old who just found his dad's playboys.
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funny i thought he was scared as a virgin on a first date....not that i would know anything about it ^^^^^
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funny i thought he was scared as a virgin on a first date....not that i would know anything about it ^^^^^
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I think more than the control, Taskin needs to improve his seam position, the ball never hits the deck on the seam, its almost always cross seam and wobbling around. Other than this, I thought he bowled quite well with good consistent pace, always around the 140 mark. I hope Streak can guide him well
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he just needs to play, needs good guidance as well but he's not going to learn anything by staying in domestic cricket.
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I missed the entire 2nd innings (thank god) but made sure to watch the replays of Taskin's spells. I thought he bowled very well. A maurading Pollard dented his econ; against most sides he'd have finished with 1 or 2 for 30 off 7 instead of 0-46. He was beating Ramdin's bat with pace like a thirteen year old who just found his dad's playboys.
While he seems like a good prospect, he did bowl well at all yesterday. He just had raw pace around 145 and nothing else. Bowled way too outside off, innocuous bouncers to a tall batsmen like Pollard, and effectively no swing. Al Amin and Mash bowled around 130 and showed how to have complete control over line with lower pace. AlAmin got very good late swing in Darren Bravo and Simmon's out. He bowled at the 5th stump line. But Taskin either bowled at 8th, 9th stump or dropped it short. To reiterate, seems like a good bowler but still very raw and currently very overhyped in BC.
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