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Old April 1, 2013, 04:34 AM
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Default A timely boost for Bangladesh - CI

The performance in Sri Lanka is a significant stepping stone for Bangladesh and its impact should be felt in the near future

Mohammad Isam
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Apart from the results, it has been remarkable how certain areas that went unnoticed even during successes at home have surfaced here and become contributing factors to the team's impressive performance. The first among them has been how the leadership injected belief into a team that was without its best all-round cricketer for the entire tour, and partly without its best batsman and senior-most bowler. Imagine Sri Lanka without Kumar Sangakkara for the whole series, and Rangana Herath for parts of it, and it will give you a fair idea of the personnel missing for the Bangladesh side.
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Mushfiqur's management skills and personality were both put to the test over the 32 days in Sri Lanka. He has dispelled notions of any fragility and has show that even without scoring runs he can be the driving force in the team. It represents a big change from what Mushfiqur was perceived as when he took over as captain. His deputy Mahmudullah and head coach Shane Jurgensen, too, helped him.
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This tour has given Bangladesh plenty to cheer, and must be remembered for being one where they remained competitors through its entire duration. But it shouldn't be a lasting memory necessarily; it was, after all, only a stepping stone for what, Bangladesh must hope, will be more memorable success in the future. As an indication of how well Bangladesh can perform when on tour against a better team, these 32 days have served a strong example.
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Old April 1, 2013, 04:51 AM
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Could've/should've/would've done much better in this series. We are better then that we are producing at the moment. Happy with the progress though. After we find quality pacers we should be a much much better team. Our batting seems really stable which is fantastic to see. We were prone to collapses before and now that seems that its non existent from our game (which is very good to see). I've looked through batting cards where we put terrible scores up in terms of our batting and i can tell you that we pretty much had a similar team then compared to the team now with one major change... the inclusion of Nasir Hossain to the team. What a revelation he has been for the team.

Still big days ahead of us; exciting days actually. As they say - 'let the performances do the talking'.
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Our record has always been poor in SL. We expected to continue that poor show since Shakib, Tamim, Mashrafe were not part of the team. But this team has really surprised me to be honest. The whole series was a result of team efforts.
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Old April 1, 2013, 05:48 AM
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Our record has always been poor in SL. We expected to continue that poor show since Shakib, Tamim, Mashrafe were not part of the team. But this team has really surprised me to be honest. The whole series was a result of team efforts.
I am surprised too! Even with SRK and Co. (all pacers), we did good I must say.
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Old April 1, 2013, 08:27 PM
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Nice read. But we surely lack specialist batting & bowling coach. The new fielding coach is also a bating specialist. So he can value add to the tram. We need Saqlain Mushtaq again with the team.
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