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Bangladesh in Pakistan, 2007-08

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A unique century

Shakib Al Hasan's century yesterday would remain a landmark for two reasons, one overriding the other. It was the 10th one-day international century for Bangladesh, but more importantly it was the only hundred that was scored in the midst of a shabby batting display; when everything for the Tigers was lost.

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Sing when you're winning

Not many sights in cricket are as uplifting as Bangladesh on the hunt. When they are in the game, when they have a sniff, there is just so much to celebrate: the joy of an impending underdog upset, the ebullience with which their batsmen, physically so small, go about playing such a big game. Conversely, there are also few sights as deflating as Bangladesh fluffing it up.

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When bits fell to pieces

Bangladesh played essentially with just two specialist bowlers and their team selection finally cost them in the first ODI.... Bangladesh are not this bad. Surely they can't be. But they are still poor enough so that when they do have a bad day, it becomes, like today, an awful one. .

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Preview - Bangladesh in Pakistan, 2007-08 : A tale of two troubled sides

Bangladesh have not a won a single ODI against Test playing nations since their heroics in the World Cup 2007 in the Caribbean, and Pakistan Cricket have been hit hard by Australia’s refusal to play in the country. Now they face each other for a five match ODI series and one Twenty20. Abu Choudhury previews the hastily arranged series between the two troubled sides.

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