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Old November 15, 2012, 09:25 AM
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SheBug on high after his 100 vs England

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"We have to work hard to take 20 English wickets. They are not Bangladesh or somebody else," Sehwag told reporters. I think it's time he checks the day's score, and not take his new-found form too seriously.
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Old November 15, 2012, 09:26 AM
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hahahaha Same here bro :P

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so taile apni puran mal? ki karone nijer oporad nije shikar koren?
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Old November 15, 2012, 09:31 AM
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We are not celebrating... we are simply appreciating our commitment and desire to match the WI total after the hammering we received for the first two days. There are still six more sessions to go and anything is still possible.

South Africa and Australia just finished a test where the first innings scores were 450 and 565/5 respectively. Considering the strength of South Africa's pace attack and the fact that they could manage just 5 wickets in think the world's flattest track award should go to Australia for now.
Two major differences:

1. Both Test attacks in Brisbane are world class (batting and bowling)
2. Total of 1065 runs for 15 wickets (71 per wicket Brisbane), is far lower than current 982 for 10 wickets (98.2 per wicket Dhaka)
3. A whole day loss to washout in Brisbane meant no side wanted to take a risk.

To compare a AUSvSA showdown with a BANvWI is as unfair as comparing Alok Kapil with the great Lance Gibbs, because they both took a hat trick in a Test

I too, appreciate the non-suicidal batting of BD for once. As all of us who have ever coached there say, each time, "the players have talent". Batting "normally" like other Test sides do, is a minimum requirement. Pleased to witness something normal.
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Old November 15, 2012, 09:32 AM
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so taile apni puran mal? ki karone nijer oporad nije shikar koren?
Hahaha...
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Old November 15, 2012, 09:36 AM
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Nadim, if you look at the current SA/Aus sides, none of their batsmen can bat like Naeem Islam. So where does that put us? Virtually at the top of the world, no?

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Old November 15, 2012, 09:44 AM
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had a busy day at the office, but well payed guys, specially naeem.

cricinfo tells 5 of the 6 wickets were giveaways ......

if you look the two scorecards, the WI batsman who got starts scored big, very big ........ but the BD batsman gave it away like, tamim, shakib, mushfiq and nafees ........ this is the habit we need to change and then hope we can get some better pacers ....
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Old November 15, 2012, 09:50 AM
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Asif bhai was being sarcastic like he usually is, he doesnt literally mean that Naeem is better than those players lol
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Old November 15, 2012, 09:53 AM
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I too, appreciate the non-suicidal batting of BD for once. As all of us who have ever coached there say, each time, "the players have talent". Batting "normally" like other Test sides do, is a minimum requirement. Pleased to witness something normal.
That's good enough for now...for one good test match innings so far, After Asia Cup.

This is the continuation of form after Asia Cup....it's normal for the people to not be convinced with one Asia Cup, plus one test match alone, I'm confident of the progress being made, ... Let us continue like this in current series and then next series ...I'm sure, by the end of this year there will be very few small pockets of denials ....

The players have to continue performing for sure.... Doesn't mean that fans can't enjoy these milestones being achieved ....thanks for being with us and joining us ...
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:06 AM
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Going overboard here......you don't make people believe by doing it once....if we repeat our performances people will automatically believe... And then we don't need to declare it...lets nt talk in this line...test match is nt yet over, lets watch and talk what we do from here on...not yet the time to celebrate...job isn't over yet...
well said bro.agreed!

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Old November 15, 2012, 10:08 AM
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so taile apni puran mal? ki karone nijer oporad nije shikar koren?
mane ki?? :0

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Old November 15, 2012, 10:15 AM
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Nadim, if you look at the current SA/Aus sides, none of their batsmen can bat like Naeem Islam. So where does that put us? Virtually at the top of the world, no?

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No. At top of the world.
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:17 AM
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it does nt matter what we, the fans, are thinking of todays performance.it is upto the players to perform and show their skills on the field. so let the moment be enjoyed upto another one like todays one. hope our team will be able to put this sort of performances regularly.cheers
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:19 AM
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good post NAvo,the ukil.
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:22 AM
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Don't be jealous coach, I'm sure your Haryana boys will cross 400 against a Test attack on a flaccid pitch in the next couple of decades.

Btw, the comparison to current Aus batsmen may have been a bit off, I concede. Naeem Islam's batting style is closer to Bradman's I think.

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Old November 15, 2012, 10:23 AM
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Our team showing a decent batting display without So Called Batting coach.
We are wasting money on Specialist batting coach.
We better appoint Ashraful as a batting coach of BCT.

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Old November 15, 2012, 10:24 AM
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Glad to see that Ryad and NAsir survived the day with a good partnership too.
hopefully we get as near as we can or take some lead will be awesome.
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:25 AM
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If we do well, its the pitch. But if they do well on the same pitch, then we suck.
If we do bad, it means we suck. But if they do bad, then its the pitch.
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:27 AM
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Our team showing a decent batting display without So Called Batting coach.
We are wasting money on Specialist batting coach.
We better appoint Ashraful as a batting coach of BCT.

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At least he can tell the batsmen what not to do.
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:29 AM
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The 3rd day of this test is probably the Best day of our test history. I am still mesmerized by Naeem's innings. He made test batting look so easy. Shakib was very unfortunate to not get a 100..

Tomorrow's tactic should be simple. Put as much runs as possible on the board and then attack WI like there is no tomorrow. I am sure they are mentally thrashed after our spirited performance. Show no mercy BD boyz....
They need to continue what they did today. After this pair, Sohag and Shahadat can bat a little, but don't expect too much from them. Rubel will not contribute much. Thus, much depends on this pair. If we can bat out two more sessions, we have a chance to win.
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:31 AM
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At least for once, we did not get out for 250 in 45 overs on such a track. Much can happen in the next two days, but this is a positive change.

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It looks like the groundsman has made the world's flattest batting track :-)

i am guessing the idea is thus to not lose the series or give either side a chance to win. If the wicket was quick and bouncy it would play into WI hands. If it was a spinning top it would play into WI spinners hands as well and open the door for Narine etc.

As things stand with batting on this wicket, it requires batsmen to simply go and have a net in the middle. No more, no less. Both teams racking up MASSIVE scores on an easy paced, dry pitch with no grass. I can see a line of batsmen queuing up to get an innings on this track.

Unless the ball starts to turn sharply on day 4 and 5, the only team that can beat Bangladesh on a wicket like this, is Bangladesh. Job done.

And as long as batsmen don't try to launch the ball into the stands every few seconds, this match will be the dullest draw of all time. So I am not quite sure what this proves in world cricket, other than just don't get out and wait for a pie to be bowled. If you miss out on a straight forward 100 on this beauty of a batting surface, you will likely want to hang yourself!
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:33 AM
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Don't be jealous coach, I'm sure your Haryana boys will cross 400 against a Test attack on a flaccid pitch in the next couple of decades.

Btw, the comparison to current Aus batsmen may have been a bit off, I concede. Naeem Islam's batting style is closer to Bradman's I think.

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Who is this Bradman guy I keep hearing about? I think Naeem could have taught him a thing or two about batting...
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:35 AM
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If we do well, its the pitch. But if they do well on the same pitch, then we suck.
If we do bad, it means we suck. But if they do bad, then its the pitch.
This will continue until we do it with all these sides...you know so relax and enjoy...no time to convince the critiques. If the team is ok, their performance will speak...
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If we do well, its the pitch. But if they do well on the same pitch, then we suck.
If we do bad, it means we suck. But if they do bad, then its the pitch.
That's pretty much it. Double standard at its best..
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Old November 15, 2012, 10:38 AM
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Nadim, if you look at the current SA/Aus sides, none of their batsmen can bat like Naeem Islam. So where does that put us? Virtually at the top of the world, no?

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