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Old September 25, 2016, 10:35 PM
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BDFlag (The Hunt for 100) Match Thread: 2nd ODI Bangladesh v Afghanistan | Wednesday, September 28, 2016 |14:30 local | Stadium Mirpur, Dhaka



Bangladesh v Afghanistan

September 28, 2016


SQUADS FOR AFGHANISTAN TOUR OF BANGLADESH, 2016

Bangladesh

Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes, Mosaddek Hossain Saikat, Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah, Nasir Hossain, Mushfiqur Rahim, Sabbir Rahman, Taijul Islam, Shafiul Islam, Rubel Hossain, Taskin Ahmed
Afghanistan

Asghar Stanikzai(c), Mohammad Shahzad, Rahmat Shah, Mirwais Ashraf, Dawlat Zadran, Mohammad Nabi, Samiullah Shenwari, Rashid Khan, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Fareed Ahmad, Amir Hamza, Najibullah Zadran, Nawroz Mangal, Naveen-ul-Haq, Karim Janat, Shabir Noori, Ihsanullah

Fun Facts about Mashrafe Bin Mortaza - Bangladesh skipper

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Old September 25, 2016, 10:56 PM
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The hunt for 100 ODI wins.

Game on!!!

Thanks for this match thread Gopal.

I'm so excited for this match....seal the deal. Historic.

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Old September 25, 2016, 11:03 PM
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1. Tamim
2. Imrul
3. Riyad
4. Sbbir
5. Mushfiqur
6. Shakib
7. Nasir
8. Mortaza
9. Taijul
10. Rubel
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Old September 26, 2016, 02:08 AM
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We definitely missed Al Amin. Rubel and Taskin were ineffective to say the least. They failed to trouble any of the top order batsmen at all and got mostly got the middle order and lower order batsmen when they were just under huge pressure. Specially Rubel over Al Amin makes absolutely no sense what so ever.

Also having both Imrul and Soumya did not make any sense to me. Drop one of them and bring in Mosaddek! This is the time to get this guy some int match experience.

Seems like Tamim, Riyad, Shakib and Mash are solid even after the long break. Just 4 of these can win us the game. Hope they keep on performing!
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Old September 26, 2016, 02:50 AM
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Will win this easily I think
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Old September 26, 2016, 03:13 AM
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At the moment, the team management is likely to persist with Soumya. However, if he doesn't mend his ways soon, he might have to take a step back and play the role that the other openers in the team, the likes of Imrul and Anamul Haque, have been playing for so long: knocking at the national door.
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Old September 26, 2016, 04:22 AM
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We definitely missed Al Amin. Rubel and Taskin were ineffective to say the least. They failed to trouble any of the top order batsmen at all and got mostly got the middle order and lower order batsmen when they were just under huge pressure. Specially Rubel over Al Amin makes absolutely no sense what so ever.

Also having both Imrul and Soumya did not make any sense to me. Drop one of them and bring in Mosaddek! This is the time to get this guy some int match experience.

Seems like Tamim, Riyad, Shakib and Mash are solid even after the long break. Just 4 of these can win us the game. Hope they keep on performing!
Completely disagree, Al Amin would be blasted in death overs and not once has he performed well in death overs. Those 3 overs by Rubel and Taskin saved the match for us. And Taskin created chance in his first over, it was dropped by KaEdge.
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Shahzad in this match: >= 100
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Old September 26, 2016, 09:33 AM
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We definitely missed Al Amin. Rubel and Taskin were ineffective to say the least. They failed to trouble any of the top order batsmen at all and got mostly got the middle order and lower order batsmen when they were just under huge pressure. Specially Rubel over Al Amin makes absolutely no sense what so ever.
Totally agree there, especially when we are playing at home.
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Also having both Imrul and Soumya did not make any sense to me. Drop one of them and bring in Mosaddek! This is the time to get this guy some int match experience.
As per the news reports, management wanted to be cautious in the first match, thus both Imrul and Soumya has been selected. From what we have seen yesterday, it was not the Afghan pacers that troubled us, but Afghan spinners who slowed us down when it was time to accelerate. Selecting a better player of spin ie Mosaddek should be no brainer for the next match.
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Yeah, Mosaddek Hossain should definitely get a debut in the next match and also, He should also get a Test Debut no matter what. I think He is our Joe Root 2.0(after Mominul of course )...there I said it!

Imagine Mosaddek and Mominul grinding it out in tests....what a sight to behold.
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Old September 26, 2016, 09:38 AM
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^^ Rifat, that's a prime example of overhyping a player. It looks outright silly when you make such comparison or comment how great a player will be without watching him for a single good innings. First lets watch him in couple of ODIs.
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Will win this easily I think
I have a bad feeling about this match.

Re: Rifat's post. O Contraire! Rifat was being sarcastic. No I am being sarcastic.
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^^ Rifat, that's a prime example of overhyping a player. First lets watch him in couple of ODIs.
In that T20 outing even though it was an ok innings, he looked technically solid and compact batsmen with a lot of maturity. England's Haseeb Hameed is a batsmen of similar mold to Mosaddek.

but you are absolutely right, let's wait for him to perform in international matches.
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Old September 26, 2016, 09:42 AM
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Mominul can also potentially break into the ODI XI soon.
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Old September 26, 2016, 09:43 AM
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The good thing about this match is that the Rustiness should wear off a little.
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Old September 26, 2016, 09:45 AM
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I find it very very strange that Hamid Hassan and Shapoor Zadran was dropped, I think if they were included Afghanistan probably would have restricted Bangladesh to a lower total.
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The rustiness is gone. Refer to post #3. That's perfection right there.
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^^ IMO, previous years stats don't carry as much weight right now since we had one year break from ODIs. Players should be assessed from a fresh perspective based on how they do in the current ODI series.
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From the Link in post#1:

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The most striking feature of Afghanistan’s cricket is their fearlessness. Coach Andy Moles stated before the World Cup game against Australia that they are not scared of anyone, but have respect. The best anecdote that reflects that fearlessness is when Afghanistan played the ICC World T20 2010 in the West Indies. They were due to face South Africa, when their opening batsman, KarimSadiq, openly said that they would have no issues facing Dale Steyn. South African skipper, Graeme Smith, respected that and said, “I read their opener said he was not scared of facing Dale Steyn and I wouldn’t be either if I grew up in a war zone.”
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^^ IMO, previous years stats don't carry as much weight right now since we had one year break from ODIs. Players should be assessed from a fresh perspective based on how they do in the current ODI series.
Sure why not?
Perspective is absolutely essential, that's why the table of run-getters was introduced.
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So who dropped how many catches in last 3 years? Since dropped catches have a significant influences in the matches outcome....

Game. Set. Match.
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So who dropped how many catches in last 3 years? Since dropped catches have a significant influences in the matches outcome....

Game. Set. Match.
Wasn't there an official thread for mushy's drop catches?

Someone please resurrect it.
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Old September 26, 2016, 10:23 AM
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Zee, I thought it was Shahadat on the photo.... lol. Nice one.

BD dodged a bullet last night. Afghans came here to prove something. Very determined side with few concerns. We needed the jolt. This one should be another tough contest if the Afghans can improve the fielding.

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Old September 26, 2016, 10:29 AM
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We are giving our team a lots of excuse for being rusty, while half of the Afghan team coming to play cricket after performing Hajj ie a fairly long break when they did not even get to practice.
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