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Old August 24, 2017, 11:02 AM
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Default MILESTONE: Shakib's 50th Test

The upcoming series opener against the Aussies will be BD's top allrounder's 50th test match.

Which of his previous 49 tests were too memorable for you?

For me, it has be those back-to-back matches in the West Indies in 2009, the series where I watched from the 1st ball to the last.
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Old August 24, 2017, 11:49 AM
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7 wk against nz.
100 against nz in nz in 2nd inn.
217.
144 against Pakistan.
117 against SL.
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Old August 24, 2017, 11:58 AM
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7 wk against nz.
100 against nz in nz in 2nd inn.
217.
144 against Pakistan.
117 against SL.
all of these + two back to back 5 wk hall vs SA in SA
96 in 69 balls vs SL in tri series where we lost to ZIM and had to beat SL by 25 overs in order to qualify for the finals
2010 NZ series where he became only the 2nd player in ODI history to score 200+ runs and take 10+ wickets in a two team series consisting of less than 5 matches
that 3 wicket over vs ENG which sealed our 1st test win vs G8
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Old August 24, 2017, 12:09 PM
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113 against nz in champions trophy is also memorable.
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Old August 24, 2017, 03:25 PM
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He knows he has underachieved. I remember that 144 against Pakistan, and that innings was full of class!!! he was on course for 200 until his partner (mushy) ran him out!!! I rate that his best test knock. With the ball, those back-to-back five wicket hauls away to South Africa. Shakib has yet to play a test against Australia despite playing for over ten years.
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Old August 24, 2017, 03:32 PM
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Hopefully the best is yet to come since now he knows his role properly.

"Kill them all and come back alone."
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Old August 24, 2017, 09:53 PM
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The sad thing is it took him roughly 10 years to reach 50 tests.....
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Old August 27, 2017, 05:19 AM
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Scored 84 in a turnning and bouncy pitch.
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Old August 27, 2017, 05:21 AM
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fun face: we have won 150th odi for shakib, tamim, mash and mushy

can we win the 50th test of shakib and tamim? well both of them are playing their 50th test in this match so the voodoo must be stronger!
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Poor guy missed his 100
I did not watch his innings, was he playing sensibly or were there some typical flashy shots ?
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Old August 27, 2017, 08:48 AM
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Poor guy missed his 100
I did not watch his innings, was he playing sensibly or were there some typical flashy shots ?
Shakib was playing like Shakib . I just wonder how such a reckless and streaky batsman accumulates so many runs against good bowling attack and in trying conditions. He must be doing something right (I don't know what as I am not an expert)
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Old August 27, 2017, 09:12 AM
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Shakib fastest to 3,500 runs and 150 wickets.

Does it in 50 games, second closest is Ian Botham and Garry Sobers in 63 games.

But yea whatever, keep saying he's not ATG.
Bangladesh doesn't deserve Shakib Al Hasan.


http://www.bdcrictime.com/2017/08/sh...sobers-botham/

(btw, the great Imran Khan and Kapil Dev are 7th and 8th on the list)
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Old August 27, 2017, 09:29 AM
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Shakib fastest to 3,500 runs and 150 wickets.

Does it in 50 games, second closest is Ian Botham and Garry Sobers in 63 games.

But yea whatever, keep saying he's not ATG.
Bangladesh doesn't deserve Shakib Al Hasan.


http://www.bdcrictime.com/2017/08/sh...sobers-botham/

(btw, the great Imran Khan and Kapil Dev are 7th and 8th on the list)
If gets 5 wickets against Australia, he will equal Herath, Murali, and Steyn. Plus he will have the chance to go ahead them by getting 5fers against Ireland & Afghanistan.
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Old August 27, 2017, 09:34 AM
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If gets 5 wickets against Australia, he will equal Herath, Murali, and Steyn. Plus he will have the chance to go ahead them by getting 5fers against Ireland & Afghanistan.
This is literally his first (and maybe last) shot at Australia. How many chances did those guys get before their 5fers?

This is my problem with cricket. It's unfair to compare milestones or totals because some countries just play more. This is why the India centric cricinfo media loves "total runs" and "total wickets," it over inflates their own players because no one plays more than India.

I prefer "fastest to" and career averages, which are much better indicators.
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Old August 27, 2017, 09:43 AM
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Shakib was playing like Shakib . I just wonder how such a reckless and streaky batsman accumulates so many runs against good bowling attack and in trying conditions. He must be doing something right (I don't know what as I am not an expert)
Shakib has a fighting mentality and that is reflected in his batting.
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Old August 27, 2017, 10:35 AM
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Shakib fastest to 3,500 runs and 150 wickets.

Does it in 50 games, second closest is Ian Botham and Garry Sobers in 63 games.

But yea whatever, keep saying he's not ATG.
Bangladesh doesn't deserve Shakib Al Hasan.


http://www.bdcrictime.com/2017/08/sh...sobers-botham/

(btw, the great Imran Khan and Kapil Dev are 7th and 8th on the list)
He will be the fastest to 5000 runs in 250 wks in Odi cricket..the current fastest is abdur razzaq who achived it in 258 matches..shakib needs 27 runs and 26 wickets..he currently has played 177 matches

If he can take 26 wickets and score 27 runs in 22 matches he'll achive this all rounding feat in less than 200 matches..just looking at the current fastest who took 250+ matches makes you wonder how special shakib's feat is
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Shakib fastest to 3,500 runs and 150 wickets.

Does it in 50 games, second closest is Ian Botham and Garry Sobers in 63 games.

But yea whatever, keep saying he's not ATG.
Bangladesh doesn't deserve Shakib Al Hasan.


http://www.bdcrictime.com/2017/08/sh...sobers-botham/

(btw, the great Imran Khan and Kapil Dev are 7th and 8th on the list)
Was there ever any doubt? We will only realize his significance after he retires.

By the way, I liked the way he celebrated Lyon's wicket. Even though it's only a night watchman, but it shows he is pumped and in his zone.
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Was there ever any doubt? We will only realize his significance after he retires.

By the way, I liked the way he celebrated Lyon's wicket. Even though it's only a night watchman, but it shows he is pumped and in his zone.

It's CPL fever. Just kidding.lol

Yeah, I saw how Nigel Long was so pensive before raising his finger. There was bit of poetry in it.
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Was there ever any doubt? We will only realize his significance after he retires.

By the way, I liked the way he celebrated Lyon's wicket. Even though it's only a night watchman, but it shows he is pumped and in his zone.
All the Talk about Jason G must have on his mind
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Old August 27, 2017, 12:57 PM
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Shakib was playing like Shakib . I just wonder how such a reckless and streaky batsman accumulates so many runs against good bowling attack and in trying conditions. He must be doing something right (I don't know what as I am not an expert)
hehe, I also don't know how he does it.
ekattor tv reporter said Sakib could have been out 5 times today.
I think he goes by Shamim's " fortune favors the brave "formula.
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Was there ever any doubt? We will only realize his significance after he retires.

By the way, I liked the way he celebrated Lyon's wicket. Even though it's only a night watchman, but it shows he is pumped and in his zone.
Absolutely. Once in a generation talent doesn't come along very often. We will be lucky if Miraz ends up half the player Sakib has been.
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Shakib needs 4 more wickets to be part of a rare club, he can do it.
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A Bangladeshi great, no doubt about it.
Khekz. That. Must. Have. Hurt.
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