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Old September 1, 2004, 04:59 PM
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http://www.cricketeurope.org/SCOTLAN...match580.shtml

Bangladesh Win by 5 wickets
Toss won by Scotland
Umpires WB Smith & VW Hadcroft
Scorers KC Nisbet & NJ Leitch

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Scotland 1st Innings 142 (Overs 48.1)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Min Bls 4s 6s
DR Lockhart c Khaled Mashud b Tareq Aziz 9 35 26 1 0
GI Maiden c Khaled Mashud b Tareq Aziz 3 23 14 0 0
DF Watts lbw b Khaled Mahmud 26 54 40 3 0
RR Watson st Khaled Mashud b Manjural Islam 17 84 62 0 0
CV English b Mohammad Rafique 2 18 15 0 0
CJO Smith+ c Khaled Mahmud b Manjural Islam 35 92 64 3 0
SC Coetzer run out Khaled Mashud 13 42 33 0 0
CM Wright* run out Tareq Aziz/Khale. 1 13 10 0 0
Asim Butt c Mohammad Rafique b Khaled Mahmud 12 18 19 0 1
PJC Hoffmann b Khaled Mahmud 4 11 6 0 0
JD Nel not out 1 5 4 0 0
extras (b0 lb9 w7 nb3) 19
TOTAL 10 wickets for 142
FOW
1-11(GI Maiden) 2-17(DR Lockhart) 3-51(DF Watts) 4-61(CV English) 5-70(RR Watson)
6-111(SC Coetzer) 7-121(CM Wright) 8-134(CJO Smith) 9-138(Asim Butt)
10-142(PJC Hoffmann)
Bowler O M R W wd nb
Nazmul Hossain 9 1 35 0 1 -
Tareq Aziz 10 2 23 2 2 1
Khaled Mahmud 9.1 0 33 3 2 -
Mohammad Rafique 10 3 16 1 1 2
Manjural Islam 10 1 26 2 1 -

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Bangladesh 1st Innings 144/5 Closed (Overs 31.5)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Min Bls 4s 6s
Javed Omar b PJC Hoffmann 10 40 33 1 0
Mohammad Ashraful c SC Coetzer b RR Watson 61 52 46 10 0
Nafis Iqbal run out GI Maiden 7 23 17 0 0
Rajin Saleh* not out 36 60 54 2 1
Aftab Ahmed run out GI Maiden/CJO Sm. 9 13 10 1 0
Manjural Islam c& b RR Watson 4 13 12 0 0
Khaled Mashud+ not out 13 20 19 2 0
Khaled Mahmud dnb -
Mohammad Rafique dnb -
Tareq Aziz dnb -
Nazmul Hossain dnb -
extras (b0 lb2 w2 nb0) 4
TOTAL 5 wickets for 144
FOW
1-48(Javed Omar) 2-78(Mohammad Ashraful) 3-89(Nafis Iqbal) 4-105(Aftab Ahmed)
5-115(Manjural Islam)
Bowler O M R W wd nb
PJC Hoffmann 7 2 24 1 - -
Asim Butt 3.5 0 31 0 1 -
JD Nel 2 1 13 0 1 -
RR Watson 10 2 38 2 - -
CM Wright 4 0 14 0 - -
GI Maiden 5 1 22 0 - -
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Old September 1, 2004, 05:14 PM
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Thanks for the scorecard, Pavel, & the link.

Looks like Pilot had another good game, with 2 catches, 1 stumping and 1 or 2 runouts. He must have been the key factor in wrapping up the Scots for 142. He was not out on 13 at the end. Great going, Pilot.
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Old September 1, 2004, 05:14 PM
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damn!..did anyone notice that rajin hit a six?..well.not bad..and 36 not out in 54 balls isnt that bad either..he is carrying out his responsibilites quite assidously..hope he keeps it up
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Old September 1, 2004, 05:37 PM
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I feel tht atlast bangladesh is getting consistent batting from its top 3. This is coming from the fact tht we have 3 specialist openers playing up there. And not only tht we r seeing rajin's consistency in middle order tht we lacked. I feel tht aftab still isn't ready yet, however he ony go 3 chances to prove himself which is not enough. But when bashar comes back and if we can put him in aftab's spot we will get a much better middle order required for test level teams.
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Old September 1, 2004, 06:46 PM
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Just noticed we had 19 extras compared to 4 from the scots
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Old September 1, 2004, 08:37 PM
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Great to see another win in our account. Everything seems to be going in our ways. I hope it continues when the real test begins. another thing is that asraful and nafis doing pretty well. If any of these guys gives us a good knock. I will assure you we will have a decent total to give either SF or WI run for their lives.
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Old September 1, 2004, 09:33 PM
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Hmm..So it was Rajin then. Notice the two run outs of Nafis and Aftab while batting with rajin. Not quite sure who was at fault. Good job by rajin though staying till the end and see the match through. Rana at no6 is a worry. He has been bowling pretty well though. Nice victory overall..
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Old September 1, 2004, 11:48 PM
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I think Rana's batting is not clicking because of the conditions. We all know how he bats when the ball is just outside the off stump (slashing at the ball everytime), and in this case, ball doing something - it helps bowlers taking Rana's wicket quickly, compared to the sub-continent/Zimbabwe/WI conditions.

I believe the run out of Nafees has got something to do with Ashraful, and may be the 2nd run out of Aftab has got something to do with Rajin.
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Old September 1, 2004, 11:51 PM
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if rajin has a good performance (captancy wise and score wise) basher might find a hardtime getting his kingdom back

another important thing to notice that rana got both of the key wickets (two top scorer).
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Old September 2, 2004, 12:21 AM
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I believe the run out of Nafees has got something to do with Ashraful, and may be the 2nd run out of Aftab has got something to do with Rajin.
Nafees got out after Ash so Ash did not get chance to do anything with Nafees run out. Rajin involved in both run outs and that does not mean he was responsible for those.



Edited on, September 2, 2004, 5:25 AM GMT, by sports_fan_bd.
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Old September 2, 2004, 02:48 AM
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Default Scots lose heavily to worst Test team

WILLIAM DICK

SCOTLAND’s cricketers suffered one of their most depressing defeats of recent times last night when they came a poor second to Bangladesh in the first of their one-day double-header at the Grange.

Five years ago these nations were on an equal footing in the world pecking order, but, on this evidence, Bangladesh have soared ahead since gaining Test status, largely on the strength of their World Cup victories over Scotland and Pakistan in 1999.

Regular supporters have become accustomed to the sort of inept batting display which saw Scotland skittled for a paltry 142. However, yesterday there was little hint of the bowling and fielding skills which have salvaged dire situations in the past.

Instead, Bangladesh opener Mohammed Ashraful was allowed to launch a blistering attack during which his quickfire 61 - containing three more boundaries than the entire Scottish innings - put the visitors firmly on course.

Ashraful eventually holed and the Scots managed another four token wickets, but Test cricket’s poorest team cruised home with more than 18 overs to spare.

Earlier, the Scots were soon ruing skipper Craig Wright’s decision to bat first as wickets began to tumble in familiar fashion. With the Bangladeshi bowlers making full use of helpful conditions, openers Dougie Lockhart and Gregor Maiden found runs difficult to come by.

Lockhart did manage a rare boundary off Nazmul Hossain as the Scots crawled along at two runs an over. But Maiden and Lockhart perished in identical fashion - caught behind off Tariq Aziz - to leave Scotland struggling on 17-2.

Things did not get any better as the rest of the Scottish line-up struggled to make any impact against the bowling.

At 70-5 in the 28th over, the hosts were in danger of being totally humiliated until Colin Smith and Stuart Coetzer embarked on a face-saving partnership of 41.

Smith went on to top score with 35, but his efforts did little to help the Scots’ hopeless cause.

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Edited on, September 2, 2004, 7:50 AM GMT, by sports_fan_bd.
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Old September 2, 2004, 04:24 AM
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WHat an innings by ash. The two spinners had economys of 1.6 and 2.6, in a one dayer is awesome, plus 3 wickets between them, Rajin again kept the cool head to steer us home again. He is a perfect captain so far. Lets see what he does in the Champions Trophy against real teams though
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Old September 2, 2004, 04:50 AM
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Good batting by Mohammad Ashraful 61 of 46 balls and Rajin Saleh 36 of 54 balls
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Old September 2, 2004, 05:08 AM
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At last, cricinfo posted bd vs scotland bulletin
cricinfo bdpage
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Old September 2, 2004, 05:20 AM
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Bangladesh Win by 5 wickets
Scotland 1st Innings 142 (Overs 48.1)
Bangladesh 1st Innings 144/5 Closed (Overs 31.5)

Aginst irland
J Omar.......30+08=38
M Ashruful...8+22=20
N Iqbal......100+10=110
R Saleh......21+26=47
A Ahmed......00+15=15
M I Rana.....02+0=2
K Mashud.....04+51=55
M Rafique....42=42
K Mahmud.....00+10=10
T Baisya.....07+07=14
N Hossain....01+0=01

M I Rana :16 0 54 1
M Rafique :08 0 30 2
K Mahmud :17 1 75 5
N Hossain :16 1 68 0
T Baisya :15.3 0 75 4
R Saleh :3.4 0 28 2
M Rahman :2.2 0 10 0

Aginst Sccotland

J Omar.......10=10
M Ashruful...61=61
N Iqbal......7=7
R Saleh......36*=36
A Ahmed......9=9
M I Rana.....4=4
K Mashud.....13=13
M Rafique....
K Mahmud.....
T Baisya.....
N Hossain....

M I Rana :10 1 26 2
M Rafique:10 3 16 1
K Mahmud :9.1 0 33 3
N Hossain:09 1 35 0
T Aziz :10 2 23 2
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Old September 2, 2004, 08:43 AM
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With the Champions Trophy just around the corner, Bangladesh were unconvincing in their five-wicket victory over Scotland at Edinburgh. Defending a meager 143, Scotland's attack applied pressure on the batsmen but could not rein in Mohammad Ashraful, who scored 61 rapidly, with more boundaries than the entire Scottish side.

Craig Wright had braved injury to captain Scotland, and it was his decision to bat first. It was a choice he was soon to regret, as his openers could not handle the bowler-friendly conditions, and the side was in dire straits at 70 for 5. Bangladesh's bowlers shone, never letting the batsmen get away, and only Colin Smith (35) and Fraser Watts (26) could breach the attack.

For Scotland, who were more or less on an even keel with Bangladesh only a few years ago, it was a chastening experience where nothing seemed to work. Even their fielding, which often gave them cause for relief, showed up only in bits and pieces.

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Old September 2, 2004, 08:49 AM
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unconvincing in their five wicket victory? bull dung...
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Old September 2, 2004, 11:29 AM
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Default Aghor Mondol is in Scotland

Bhorer Kagoj in bengali
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Old September 2, 2004, 12:21 PM
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Considering the batting performance of Manjural Islam Rana in the last 3 practice matches, I would say he should not play in ICC Champions Trophy, but he might be in the team as bowler only.
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Old September 2, 2004, 12:42 PM
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I dont know what others here think.... but I am getting a feeling that Ashraful is enjoying his opening position..
every once in a whle he is hitting a 50 atleast..
though sometimes he is dumb flop...

only if he could control his sudden childish loss of patience right in the middle of the games!!

Edited on, September 2, 2004, 5:47 PM GMT, by crickethorizon.
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Old September 2, 2004, 01:49 PM
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No BD openers have played well against TEST playing nations yet, not even Ashraful. We should count our performance against TEST playing nations or teams that has 1 day international status.
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Old September 2, 2004, 01:52 PM
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humm ashole jeta dekha jachhe je amra notun bole akdom shubidha korte parchi na. jar karone middle order flop korche. because when they come in the middle there is always a pressure. but as rafique and pilot ar experienced they are able to tackle the pressure which is why most of the time they are our survivors.
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Old September 2, 2004, 03:03 PM
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pic of Mohammad Ashraful 61 of 46 balls
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Old September 2, 2004, 07:20 PM
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Old September 2, 2004, 09:28 PM
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nice pic moin. but i think thats already on the home page of this cite so i dont think there was any need to post it here for another time.
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