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Old January 27, 2018, 09:39 AM
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Default My take on Shakib's injury

Okay, I know as a member, I will get a a lot of flak for this but try to read this article by thinking that I am an average fan and ignore the fact that I am a hater. But I think I also have the right to express my opinion without getting a barrage of hate.
So as per say, BCB media report has stated that he is currently injured and ruled out of the first test , here is the article:

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Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has been ruled out of the first Test against Sri Lanka starting on 31 January after suffering an injury to his left little finger during the final of the Rocket Tri-Nation Series against Sri Lanka today (Saturday) at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium. Shakib, the Bangladesh Test captain, hurt the base of the fifth finger while fielding
Source: BCB Media Release.

Shakib Al Hasan injured at his left little finger . I know this is going sound heartless, but quintessentially for a team that has suffered from so many heartbreaks in the past, couldn't Shakib for the sake of his country,his followers,his fans and his team mate come to bat as the 8th or 9th wicket. Further analysis by the team doctor shows, and I quote;

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. The x-ray did not find any fracture. However, there is subluxation/joint sprain at the base of the little finger on his left hand.
His finger was not fractured but rather suffered from a joint sprain. There are injuries in the cricket field that are worse than what Shakib has experienced today, I can date back to the days of Anil Kumble, Graeme Smith, Brendan McCullum, Malcolm Marshall. Maybe if Shakib had batted a few overs we could of made the final stretch home, but we will never know for sure since he didn't pad up.

Essentially I believe that as a player for the national team your are a public servant who represents Bangladesh at the highest level. If Shakib had walked out today think of the lasting impact it would of had on younger generations. His valiancely and determination would of given inspiration to youngster. He would of been a pinnacle of sportsmanship, winning the match at that point is irrelevant, when your walking out with an injury your are showing qualities of valour, courahe and camaraderie. He would of gotten so much respect and the loss would of been much less sour.

When have we ever won anything other bi-laterals at home and some world cup matches here and there.

Just my take on this
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Old January 27, 2018, 09:46 AM
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How the hell was he going to bat when his whole hand was bandaged?

Did you watch the match when they showed him on TV? after he returned from hospital?

I am very critical about Shakib, but your level is beyond hating..someone

EDIT: theres a bloody reason why his missing the first test.
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Old January 27, 2018, 09:48 AM
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This is not debatable . He should NOT come out to bat and should be prevented even if he wanted to come out.

You can not question his patriotism here at all sorry
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Old January 27, 2018, 09:49 AM
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I am not gonna vote because it is an insulting question I think
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Old January 27, 2018, 09:51 AM
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I am not gonna vote because it is an insulting question I think
How is it insulting, players of other nations have done it. Batting with injury is nothing new.

I am NOT trying to question his patriotism, this is just my view point
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Old January 27, 2018, 09:57 AM
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How is it insulting, players of other nations have done it. Batting with injury is nothing new.

I am NOT trying to question his patriotism, this is just my view point
In the match thread you raised questions about his patriotism.
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Old January 27, 2018, 10:00 AM
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In the match thread you raised questions about his patriotism.
I admit that was wrong.
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Old January 27, 2018, 10:11 AM
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I admit that was wrong.
But you brought the same logic
here.

Are you a doctor or physiotherapist? I guess no. Different injuries have different outcomes and effects. It is better to leave to the doctors.
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Old January 27, 2018, 11:37 AM
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I like you for entertainment value as a poster, your opinion holds no value when it comes to cricket however

You've clearly never had sports injuries, you clearly don't understand a dan cake trophy means very little in the big picture
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Old January 27, 2018, 11:42 AM
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Have you ever endured an injury like this?
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Old January 27, 2018, 11:54 AM
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Okay, I know as a member, I will get a a lot of flak for this but try to read this article by thinking that I am an average fan and ignore the fact that I am a hater.
So you indirectly admit that you are a hater? This is just plain wrong to blame him for this loss man, being critical is okay but being a hater is not, you are far more intelligent than that. I don't rate Shakib as a t20 player, the least important format per me, but he is a gem as far as ODI and tests are concerned, why would you want him to jeopardize his own career by playing with serious injury? Just for the sake of pride and ego? Tamim, Mushy are more or less as experienced as he is, if anything this defeat is on them not on Shakib.
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Old January 27, 2018, 12:14 PM
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Doesnt matter if there is no fracture...batting would be painful everytime the ball hits bat. Could aggravate the injury. Plus its on his batting hand.
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Old January 27, 2018, 01:25 PM
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I am not in a position to question whether he should or shouldn't play injured...by default I have to think it was the correct decision...if a player is injured and cannot play... How can you blame him?

However I have to say I salute Dickwella for the courage to continue to bat even after he was hit in the chest with a ball. Few balls later, he discharged blood socked saliva from his mouth. It was scary.... may be stupid..
but have to admit he is a brave fellow..
I wish we have same traits to some of our players...
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Old January 27, 2018, 02:36 PM
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You must hate Shakib for some reasons. You must think you have some reasonable explanations for your hate. But the thing is, when you make a thread like this it will be very hard to take your POV seriously. Your hate becomes your faith.
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Old January 27, 2018, 03:05 PM
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You need to get out more and stop following cricket for few months.
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Old January 27, 2018, 03:27 PM
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Why do people take DinRaats opinion on Shakib seriously?
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Old January 27, 2018, 03:44 PM
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Why do people take DinRaats opinion on Shakib seriously?
Same reason they take Eclipse seriously.
Is Dinraat even Bangladeshi? How can a Bangladeshi blind hate Sakib ?
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Same reason they take Eclipse seriously.
Is Dinraat even Bangladeshi? How can a Bangladeshi blind hate Sakib ?
These guys prosper because people take them seriously in the first place and decide to engage with them.
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Old January 27, 2018, 03:57 PM
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lol DinRaat cracks me up. i don't think you realize that he is a lefty and he's injured his left hand. Holding a bat, much less actually batting, is pretty much impossible with a bandage on.

This isn't like j*cking off, where either hand is good to go.
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His left arm was in a sling. O ki ek hathey bat korbey ?
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Old January 27, 2018, 05:19 PM
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I watched the YT videos of his injury. Why would you dive to catch a ball rolling on the ground and then injure your finger ???? Doesn't make sense to me.
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purely idiotic. Laughable to be saying such things. You clearly have not sustained such injuries ever. I play cricket regularly and even when i get something that may seem like nothing e.g. jarred finger it actually impacts everything. You cant hit the ball you want to when you are batting, you cant play most of your scoring shots due to how the jarred finger limits your strokeplay, you know if the ball hits the gloves your gonna feel excruciating pain, and when you are fielding you dont want to dive or catch the ball at all.

What the hell was shakib gonna do coming in at 7 with like 120 runs needed of 90 balls. Blast his way to a century? Yeah sure maybe if it was abt saving a test match away from home against Australia then who knows maybe he would considered in the context of doing something historic... but in a Dane Cake Tri Series consisting of minnows of world cricket? Yeah i dont think so buddy. Especially when there is a whole series left to play plus we will be flying down to Sri Lanka to play a triseries vs. India.

Cmon mate get off your high horse.
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Old January 27, 2018, 07:58 PM
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Lol dinraat mate you obviously don't play enough or you have no understanding of sports injuries or both. Shakin is a great patriot, he doesn't have to sacrifice heart n limb for you
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Old January 27, 2018, 09:19 PM
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Some of the responses to the op has been very pathetic I have to say. You have done what he feared most. He clearly mentioned it was just his personal opinion and many of you started with personal attacks on him. He is not wrong in saying there are examples of players playing with more severe injuries. I remember Graeme Smith batting with a broken arm, Ryan Harris bowling with piece of broken bone floating in his knee and more recently Joe Root taking the bat getting straight out hospital.
He might have a different expectation but what's the need to call his view idiotic or question his cricketing knowledge? Why don't just stay on the topic? I personally don't agree with him but I won't personally attack him because I read his second last paragraph and understand his point of view.
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Old January 27, 2018, 10:30 PM
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Quote:
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I like you for entertainment value as a poster, your opinion holds no value when it comes to cricket however

You've clearly never had sports injuries, you clearly don't understand a dan cake trophy means very little in the big picture
Lol, what big picture.

Going to the world-cup winning a few matches, here and there, getting saved by the rain.

And coming back home, claiming the tour was a mighty success.
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