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Old October 7, 2016, 10:01 AM
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Default Lack of common sense is killing us

Not sure what the result gonna be of this match but why do our so called senior players lack common sense? Tamim, Mushy and Riyad all gave it away today due to their stupidity. They been playing INT cricket for 10 years FGS.

Tamim - chasing 310. He comes out in a mode of either coming down the pitch or block. Then ends up scoring 17 off 31 while chasing 310.

Riyad- RRR less than 6.50 and last 5 overs we scored 42. What he does? Slog sweee against a leggie straight to the fielder.

Mushy - RRR around 6.70. 9 runs came of the previyover. What he does? Plays same shot as his bhaira.


These kind of stupidity you expect from a newbie not from a guy who been playing INT cricket for 10 years.

How Would the next generation gonna learn if these players play like headless chicken?
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Old October 7, 2016, 10:04 AM
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That India game in the World T20 didn't gave them mu children if a lesson...they always want to bring heartbreak....smh
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Old October 7, 2016, 10:52 AM
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Not sure what the result gonna be of this match but why do our so called senior players lack common sense? Tamim, Mushy and Riyad all gave it away today due to their stupidity. They been playing INT cricket for 10 years FGS.

Tamim - chasing 310. He comes out in a mode of either coming down the pitch or block. Then ends up scoring 17 off 31 while chasing 310.

Riyad- RRR less than 6.50 and last 5 overs we scored 42. What he does? Slog sweee against a leggie straight to the fielder.

Mushy - RRR around 6.70. 9 runs came of the previyover. What he does? Plays same shot as his bhaira.


These kind of stupidity you expect from a newbie not from a guy who been playing INT cricket for 10 years.

How Would the next generation gonna learn if these players play like headless chicken?
Mushi's last 10 outs? I bet 8 of them are slog sweeps.
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Old October 7, 2016, 11:10 AM
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3 quick wickets in no time and the tail is exposed.
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Old October 7, 2016, 11:20 AM
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Mushfiq will never learn, he will always play slog sweep
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Old October 7, 2016, 11:31 AM
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Nasir k khelaba na, ekhon bujho thela. Cricket has evolved. Even the best teams opt for as long a batting line up as possible. Even 9, 10 jack can bat. And please don't give that '7 batsmen are enough' crap. This ain't the 90s. Not only that, we are relying on someone at no. 7 who is only in his 3rd ODI and got a 40 and a 0 against Afghanistan, to take us home against England. Common sense abar ki jinish?
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Old October 7, 2016, 11:38 AM
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Apart from IK and SAH and Sabbir with fielding, Mash with bowling - everyone FAILED
EVERYONE FAILED.

England deserved to win.
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Old October 7, 2016, 11:39 AM
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Stupidity all around - picking MH Rubel ahead of spinners with better record, not restraining Mushfiq from sweeping, not letting rookie Mosaddek play in the warm-up, pick a flat track for a non-Asian opponent..
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Old October 7, 2016, 11:39 AM
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Sad thing our collective team experience is x3 that of England's, and their inexperienced line-up looked better, mature and smarter than Riyad, Rahim and Tamim, on a frikkin highway of all pitches
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Old October 7, 2016, 11:44 AM
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1. Wel played Imrul - I would have laughed if anyone said he would score ODI 100 the way he played against Afg.

2. Well bowled Mashrafe - you keep providing for our country, sir!

3. Shakib looked really good with ball and bat (until his laps of concentration).

4. What a collapse that was. It's mind boggling - 6 wickets 17 runs in 39 balls

5. Now the real culprit - fielding... we can't keep dropping catches like this and expect to win games. Fire that damn fielding coach. I refuse to settle for medicore fielding. What a waste!
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Old October 7, 2016, 12:12 PM
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Sad thing our collective team experience is x3 that of England's, and their inexperienced line-up looked better, mature and smarter than Riyad, Rahim and Tamim, on a frikkin highway of all pitches
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Old October 7, 2016, 12:15 PM
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Tamim played it perfectly till his last over when he panicked for no reason. Openers needed to see off the swing first. RR at that time wasn't bad and wasn't an issue that early in the innings.

The wicket they prepared was fine. Good for batting, and the ball spun a bit. Rain added swing unfortunately. The English are better at bowling and playing swing. In the past, we suffered more than our opponents on slow tracks. Plus we don't have great spin options atm. Sporting wicket was the right call.

Substandard fielding and finishing. Bowling was rough around the edges too, and that can be excused because of the long break from int'l matches, and I believe it'll be better in the next two games. But at this stage of our development, this level of finishing and esp fielding can't be excused anymore. They need to do better than that.

Well done by Imrul and Shakib. We'll likely improve and win at least one of the remaining two games.
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Old October 7, 2016, 12:19 PM
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Lack of common sense from team management who is deciding this batting order. Constantly changing Mahmudullah's position
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Old October 7, 2016, 12:25 PM
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If Mushy was the first man of mankind we would still remain cavemen.
Ryad is so guilty, threw it away
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Old October 7, 2016, 12:30 PM
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This brought back memories of the India match. 2 stupid shots from experienced players when the run rate was under control.
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Old October 7, 2016, 12:34 PM
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Our captain lack commonsense too, because if he did have commonsense, he would know he is an absolute mug with the bat and team needs an allrounder.

This also implies that Haturi lacks commonsense, which isn't too far from the truth.
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Old October 7, 2016, 12:36 PM
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If Mushy was the first man of mankind we would still remain cavemen.
Ryad is so guilty, threw it away
Thats why God sent Adam instead
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Old October 7, 2016, 12:37 PM
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This brought back memories of the India match. 2 stupid shots from experienced players when the run rate was under control.
same here

and both shots towards the leg side.
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Old October 7, 2016, 01:13 PM
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Our captain lack commonsense too, because if he did have commonsense, he would know he is an absolute mug with the bat and team needs an allrounder.

This also implies that Haturi lacks commonsense, which isn't too far from the truth.
How do I rate this post?

Wish BC forum had rating points system, where you can rate peoples post, cause I would have rated this an absolute 10.
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Old October 7, 2016, 01:21 PM
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Yeah 10/10
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Old October 7, 2016, 01:23 PM
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Mosharraf was just an experiment, yeh he was embarrassing with the bat, but he performed with the ball in his Afghan match so it warranted him a spot for Eng match.

He was overly exposed, and now he is going to get the chop.
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I guess you guys are afraid to say the obvious fact that our think-tank ( you know who) showed lack of common sense too!

If Sabbir bats at #3, then Riyad comes at #6 or #7 to play the finisher role.

Batting order is an important aspect of the game and we keep experimenting about it every match in a way which doesn't make any sense !
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Old October 7, 2016, 01:40 PM
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Not sure what the result gonna be of this match but why do our so called senior players lack common sense? Tamim, Mushy and Riyad all gave it away today due to their stupidity. They been playing INT cricket for 10 years FGS.

Tamim - chasing 310. He comes out in a mode of either coming down the pitch or block. Then ends up scoring 17 off 31 while chasing 310.

Riyad- RRR less than 6.50 and last 5 overs we scored 42. What he does? Slog sweee against a leggie straight to the fielder.

Mushy - RRR around 6.70. 9 runs came of the previyover. What he does? Plays same shot as his bhaira.


These kind of stupidity you expect from a newbie not from a guy who been playing INT cricket for 10 years.

How Would the next generation gonna learn if these players play like headless chicken?
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Old October 7, 2016, 01:46 PM
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Guys there was nothing wrong with batting order. Both Mushy and Riad were capable of doing their job at 4, 5, 6. Shifting and changing wouldn't matter much.

Their position in the team never screwed us, yes their situational batting did but not their slot in the team. Today, they did try to be aggressive but they failed in three aspects:

1) Why go for aerial shots when taking singles and smashing the odd bad ball would just do when RRR was just over 6? It didn't make sense

2) Okay fine you wanted to score quick runs, then why do you try to go over the top? And should you go over the top then why not over the in-field or perhaps bowlers head.

3) So you not only made the wrong decision, you miserably failed to time the ball. If you are going to be aggressive and go over the top, atleast try to hit it big. Failed there as well.

But hey, even if these two scored the runs we would still have been in a tight situation and we know how that fared. Our obsession with mediocrity is what got us here in the first place. How is that every team has 8-9 batsman and we are stuck with Mashrafe/Mosharraf/Taskin. How is that we still allow mediocre fielders to be running around the field. Why do we have these Pacer hunt but we don't have any hunt for a Right handed spinner(offie or leggie?).
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Old October 7, 2016, 09:17 PM
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During the series against Afghanistan that ended this week, Bangladesh lost 7 for 62 (first ODI), 7 for 54 (second ODI) and 6 for 67 (third ODI). The spans varied between nine to more than 20 overs but whatever the timeline, as collapses usually do, they quickly put them under pressure from a position of strength and comfort.
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