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Old March 29, 2013, 07:27 PM
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Next target is 300. His got 4/5 yrs to do it. come on Lalla!!!!
huh? why 4/5 yrs?
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Old March 29, 2013, 07:43 PM
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From FB

Very true.

Tamim Iqbals hundred 1000 likes

Nasir's 73 not out 2000+ likes

FB stats. Does not mean much this is how people rate him. Once we find another consistent player the role will reverse.
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Old March 29, 2013, 08:26 PM
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Razzak deserves a BC banner for becoming the first Bangladeshi to reach 200 wkt milestone.
He is our unsung hero
I second that.

Congrats Raz. You are one of those few deshi employees who does the job properly that they are assigned to. Proud of you
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Old March 30, 2013, 12:08 AM
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In our matches won against the G8, leads the wicket taking column by a long shot. In 18 matches, he has 39 wickets at an average of an 18 and Econ rate of 4.26. Shakib comes in 2nd with 26 wickets. Mash, Rubel, and Riyad round out the top 5. Have to give respect there. He's not termed a hero among us like Tamim, Shakib, or Mash but he's been a key component to our team.

Here is the link to the stats

http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/eng...s;type=bowling
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Old March 30, 2013, 12:45 AM
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i hope withing the next 20-25 ODI's Razzak will reach 300 ODI innings.

am i too ambitious ??
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Old March 30, 2013, 12:59 AM
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Congratulations Razzak. A bowler who is a mystery to me. You often cant rely on him, he ll make silly school boy mistakes, show lack of intelligence, repeat the same old errors-bowl short, wide. Yet he will always keep on chipping away and picking wickets.

He still has a lot left in him. Not sure about 300 (Because of the competition he might face from younger spinners), but definitely 250+
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Old March 30, 2013, 01:14 AM
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i hope withing the next 20-25 ODI's Razzak will reach 300 ODI innings.

am i too ambitious ??

does sound a bit too ambitious.(unless he takes 5 wicket hauls every game)
suppose on average he takes 3 wickets per match even then he needs at least 33 matches to get there...yeah it does sound ambitious. i would say 40-45 matches or even better 35-40 matches!
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Old March 30, 2013, 07:37 AM
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If he continues at his current rate of 70 ODIs per 100 wickets, then he'll need to play 210 ODIs to reach 300. That'll be at least another 4 years.
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Old March 30, 2013, 08:00 AM
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If he continues at his current rate of 70 ODIs per 100 wickets, then he'll need to play 210 ODIs to reach 300. That'll be at least another 4 years.
He has the age to be in the team for four more years. Have to maintain his physical fitness and improve fielding. There are several SLAs vying for a position.

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Old March 30, 2013, 09:50 AM
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surely Abdur Razzak should be included in the Top 10 ranked bowlers in ODI?
he's number 8

and has been in top 10 for a long time
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Old March 30, 2013, 08:00 PM
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we take Razzak for granted.
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Old March 30, 2013, 09:31 PM
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He has the age to be in the team for four more years. Have to maintain his physical fitness and improve fielding. There are several SLAs vying for a position.

Congrats!!
Agree w mijan bhai It will be very tough for him to keep playing as just SLA for that many years... But whatever he did in all these years of his service... We should be really grateful
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Old March 30, 2013, 11:20 PM
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Calling Statsguru's !

How do i use Cricinfo Statsguru in order to find 'how many matches a bowler played to take 200 wickets' in ODIs ?

I can't the get the query right !
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Old March 31, 2013, 04:09 AM
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^^ instead of statsguru you could try looking at ODI bowling records. Go to 'Fastest to 200 wickets'. You should see it there.
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Old March 31, 2013, 04:57 AM
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^^ instead of statsguru you could try looking at ODI bowling records. Go to 'Fastest to 200 wickets'. You should see it there.
Thanks. yes it serves the purpose but i am bit disappointed not getting the result through Statsguru.

Here is the list of fastest 200 wicket takers !

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Player Opposition Ground Match Date Debut Time Mat Scorecard
Saqlain Mushtaq (Pak) v South Africa Nottingham 5 Jun 1999 29 Sep 1995 3y 249d 104 ODI # 1474
B Lee (Aus) v England The Oval 12 Jul 2005 9 Jan 2000 5y 184d 112 ODI # 2261
AA Donald (SA) v Zimbabwe Chelmsford 29 May 1999 10 Nov 1991 7y 200d 117 ODI # 1468
Waqar Younis (Pak) v India Bangalore 9 Mar 1996 14 Oct 1989 6y 147d 118 ODI # 1078
SK Warne (Aus) v Pakistan Lord's 20 Jun 1999 24 Mar 1993 6y 88d 125 ODI # 1484
M Ntini (ICC/SA) v Australia Cape Town 3 Mar 2006 16 Jan 1998 8y 46d 126 ODI # 2345
SL Malinga (SL) v India Pallekele 4 Aug 2012 17 Jul 2004 8y 18d 127 ODI # 3295
Shoaib Akhtar (Asia/ICC/Pak) v England Cardiff 30 Aug 2006 28 Mar 1998 8y 155d 130 ODI # 2408
GD McGrath (Aus) v India Indore 31 Mar 2001 9 Dec 1993 7y 112d 133 ODI # 1699
AB Agarkar (India) v Bangladesh Dhaka 26 Dec 2004 1 Apr 1998 6y 269d 133 ODI # 2201
D Gough (Eng) v India Lord's 5 Sep 2004 19 May 1994 10y 109d 134 ODI # 2167
KD Mills (NZ) v South Africa Auckland 3 Mar 2012 15 Apr 2001 10y 323d 135 ODI # 3254
CJ McDermott (Aus) v Sri Lanka Melbourne 18 Jan 1996 6 Jan 1985 11y 12d 136 ODI # 1041
SM Pollock (SA) v India Centurion 10 Oct 2001 9 Jan 1996 5y 274d 138 ODI # 1757
Abdur Razzak (Ban) v Sri Lanka Pallekele 28 Mar 2013 16 Jul 2004 8y 255d 141 ODI # 3352
Wasim Akram (Pak) v South Africa East London 15 Feb 1993 23 Nov 1984 8y 84d 143 ODI # 803
Z Khan (Asia/India) v Pakistan Gwalior 15 Nov 2007 3 Oct 2000 7y 43d 144 ODI # 2646
CEL Ambrose (WI) v Sri Lanka Port of Spain 6 Jun 1997 12 Mar 1988 9y 86d 146 ODI # 1215
A Kumble (India) v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 26 Sep 1998 25 Apr 1990 8y 154d 147 ODI # 1354
J Srinath (India) v Sri Lanka Sharjah 9 Nov 1998 18 Oct 1991 7y 22d 147 ODI # 1370
M Muralitharan (SL) v India Sharjah 27 Oct 2000 12 Aug 1993 7y 76d 147 ODI # 1650
JM Anderson (Eng) v India Chester-le-Street 3 Sep 2011 15 Dec 2002 8y 262d 148 ODI # 3186
HH Streak (Zim) v England Nottingham 26 Jun 2003 10 Nov 1993 9y 228d 162 ODI # 2028
WPUJC Vaas (SL) v India Colombo (RPS) 28 Jul 2001 15 Feb 1994 7y 163d 163 ODI # 1740
N Kapil Dev (India) v West Indies Sharjah 22 Oct 1991 1 Oct 1978 13y 21d 166 ODI # 683
Harbhajan Singh (Asia/India) v England Kanpur 20 Nov 2008 17 Apr 1998 10y 217d 178 ODI # 2778
CA Walsh (WI) v Pakistan Sharjah 12 Dec 1997 10 Jan 1985 12y 336d 180 ODI # 1260
Abdul Razzaq (Asia/Pak) v Australia Perth 30 Jan 2005 1 Nov 1996 8y 90d 181 ODI # 2215
DL Vettori (ICC/NZ) v Sri Lanka St George's 12 Apr 2007 25 Mar 1997 10y 18d 198 ODI # 2569
Razzaq is way ahead of some of big names. If he can really maintain his physic and bowling performance, can't see why he can't get 300-350 wickets

D Vettori has got 82 wickets more than Razzaq but he's 34 years old whereas Razzaq is 30. So, technically Razzaq could play for at least 3-4 years. But as i said, all depend on his performance and physical condition.
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Old March 31, 2013, 06:10 AM
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I don't know how to do it on statsguru. I am quite surprised to see Razzak ahead of so many big names. He is ahead of Akram, Ambrose, Kumble, Muralitharan, Vaas, Kapil Dev, Walsh and way ahead of Vettori. Only 9 bowlers have ever taken over 300 ODI wickets. If he reaches that milestone it would be a great achievement for Bangladesh.
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Old March 31, 2013, 06:56 AM
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He deserves all the credit for this 200 milestone, however must needs to stop bowling a boundary ball every over. Well done Razzak.
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Old March 31, 2013, 07:14 AM
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Razzaq is way ahead of some of big names. If he can really maintain his physic and bowling performance, can't see why he can't get 300-350 wickets

D Vettori has got 82 wickets more than Razzaq but he's 34 years old whereas Razzaq is 30. So, technically Razzaq could play for at least 3-4 years. But as i said, all depend on his performance and physical condition.
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I don't know how to do it on statsguru. I am quite surprised to see Razzak ahead of so many big names. He is ahead of Akram, Ambrose, Kumble, Muralitharan, Vaas, Kapil Dev, Walsh and way ahead of Vettori. Only 9 bowlers have ever taken over 300 ODI wickets. If he reaches that milestone it would be a great achievement for Bangladesh.
Wow! did not realize this. Given that we play so many matches on flat wickets and our bowlers get battered so often, this is actually mighty impressive.
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Any link of the 5 wickets?
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Old April 2, 2013, 09:32 PM
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Any link of the 5 wickets?
http://youtu.be/njJYyDkT7j0
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