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Moeen is a perfectly fine bowler FFS
It really is crazy, you know - I come on CW full of intention on saying well done to Bangladesh, it seems they might actually finally be getting somewhere - and all I get the chance to do is respond to crap like this.
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Being dropped and getting runs after being so is not deserving such runs.
And a few others who've done it very often to my annoyance... Matthew Hayden, Virender Sehwag, Marcus Trescothick, Mohammad Yousuf (in the last year)... and a couple of others who've done it a fair bit... Brian Lara and Kevin Pietersen.
and how is that runs not deserving
Last edited by LA ICE-E; 07-04-2007 at 05:58 PM.
Making a comeback? What's that to do with anything?
Any runs scored after being dropped (or having some other form of let-off) have not been earnt the way those scored without being let-off have been.
Great stuff by Mohammad Ashraful, good knock although I'm sure others will disgaree. Really pleased with the Bangladeshi effort here, it seems they may finally be making some solid progress.
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