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    Well I dont know what they are trying but it sure is entertaining cricket

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    Slats was on the money when he said that maybe they are just trying do go the tonk and see what happens.

    b.t.w., doesn't Gooch sound stuck up and patronising in his commentary?

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    ****, Mortaza having a big phat farkin swing 'ere. Never seen anything like it!!!

    my oh my, he connects on the 5th attempt! l.m.f.a.o ere!

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    This is the funniest game I've ever seen. Especially Mortaza. I'm laughing my ass off and the commentators are getting some gold too.


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    Razzak batting at 8 ahead of Farhad and Rahim, despite there still being 10 overs to play. That in itself confims that Bangladesh just want to bash it and see what happens, IMO.

    EDIT: Nevermind, that dire "Next batsman" thing was wrong again.
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    Kapali's innings would have to be one of the worst ever in Twenty20 statistically...

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    He was the only one that realised that it wasn't a 10 over game.

    lol at Mortaza once again. Never seen anything like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Days of Grace View Post
    He was the only one that realised that it wasn't a 10 over game.
    Indeed. He thought it was a timeless test.

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    Wow we scored 144 with Kapali playing the role of Javed Omar? All the guy has to do is play run a ball cricket and we have 170 easy. Time to Bing in Juniad and Nazimuddin will bring the goods vs Australia
    Last edited by cricman; 15-09-2007 at 05:51 PM.

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    Not a bad effort from Bangladesh at all, although they could've done much better if Alok Kapali didn't consign himself to the Omar role within the side. Good knock from Aftab, but the batsmen looked a bit reckless, they have to realise that it's very important to bat out 20 overs. Nazimuddin needs some runs though, after being the best in the warm-ups he's fallen rapidly.

    Gutsy knock from Smith, I admire the man so much. One of the leading contenders for best international Twenty20 bastman?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    Not a bad effort from Bangladesh at all, although they could've done much better if Alok Kapali didn't consign himself to the Omar role within the side. Good knock from Aftab, but the batsmen looked a bit reckless, they have to realise that it's very important to bat out 20 overs. Nazimuddin needs some runs though, after being the best in the warm-ups he's fallen rapidly.

    Gutsy knock from Smith, I admire the man so much. One of the leading contenders for best international Twenty20 bastman?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    I think Jayasuriya is the man to beat.
    I'd back Smith to score more often, but Jayasuriya to score more and faster.

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    On the international circuit so far Jayasuriya's hit 3 50's from 4 matches, the match he didn't hit 50 he hit 41. Amazing form so far, rightly so, practically brought upon excessively aggressive batting in cricket so it would be nice to see him with one of the best records during the infancy of the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    Nazimuddin needs some runs though, after being the best in the warm-ups he's fallen rapidly.
    Two low-scores. He'll come good.
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    I am more worried about Tamim. He is really in bad patch. Did not score since ancient time. Should be replaced in next match.


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    Two low-scores. He'll come good.

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