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Old June 7, 2019, 04:51 PM
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Nice work on the tables Tigers_eye
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Old June 8, 2019, 05:21 PM
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Shakib’s only WC century
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Old June 8, 2019, 05:31 PM
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Shakib’s only WC century
And only the 3rd world cup century by a Bangladeshi
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Old June 8, 2019, 07:13 PM
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I know it is a statistical thread but can we moments? Some for me are:

-BD beating Saf
-Pakistan getting wind knocked out to return strong
-SL defending low total
-BD producing a turn around quite some chance after 94 was needed and 9 wickets needed against NZ
-The infamous run out miss by Mushfiqur
-Gayle out on a no ball
-Dhoni's army sign
-Batsman colliding with umpire..lol
-ABD wanting to come back...lol (been there done that)
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Old June 8, 2019, 07:38 PM
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^Add also the two centurions in a losing cause... (Pakistan versus England)

Karunaratne carrying his bat through the innings

Ben Stokes superman catch.

Cotterell superman catch.

Windies knocking down Pakistan for 105
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Old June 8, 2019, 08:27 PM
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Shakib is having a great WC, rest, less said the better
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Old June 10, 2019, 05:31 AM
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This is the first time Australia have lost a run chase in WCs since losing to Pakistan at Leeds in 1999. The streak of 19 consecutive wins batting second since then comes to an end today...
Wow that record stood for long time... almost 2 decades...
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Old June 10, 2019, 09:44 AM
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Shakib is having a great WC, rest, less said the better
With the bat. Not so with the ball.
He won't win the highest run scorer tag because some of the players like Root, Roy, Bairstow, Butler, Dhawan, Rohit, Virat, Smith, Guptil, Warner, Williamson will have 11 games most likely and Shakib would have 8 + Washout.
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Old June 10, 2019, 09:48 AM
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This is the first time Australia have lost a run chase in WCs since losing to Pakistan at Leeds in 1999. The streak of 19 consecutive wins batting second since then comes to an end today...
Wow that record stood for long time... almost 2 decades...
that is because Aus may be lost 2 or 3 matches after the 1999 WC!
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Shakib's played 24 matches, 24 innings, 800 runs

Ross Taylor has played 26 matches, 23 innings, 782 runs
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You need to consider those records with a grain of salt, like above comparison between Shakib and Taylor. There are games when Taylor did not need to bat at all. Shakib on the other hand had to come in at every game even if he was batting at 5th or 6th position. That is why he has more innings.
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Old June 10, 2019, 01:38 PM
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Nice work on the tables Tigers_eye
Those need to updated. But check this one:
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SR Tendulkar (INDIA) 1992-2011 45 44 4 2278 152 56.95 2560 88.98 6 15 2
RT Ponting (AUS) 1996-2011 46 42 4 1743 140* 45.86 2180 79.95 5 6 1
KC Sangakkara (SL) 2003-2015 37 35 8 1532 124 56.74 1770 86.55 5 7 1
BC Lara (WI) 1992-2007 34 33 4 1225 116 42.24 1420 86.26 2 7 1
AB de Villiers (SA) 2007-2015 23 22 3 1207 162* 63.52 1029 117.29 4 6 4
ST Jayasuriya (SL) 1992-2007 38 37 3 1165 120 34.26 1285 90.66 3 6 0
JH Kallis (SA) 1996-2011 36 32 7 1148 128* 45.92 1543 74.40 1 9 2
TM Dilshan (SL) 2007-2015 27 25 4 1112 161* 52.95 1196 92.97 4 4 2
DPMD Jayawardene (SL) 1999-2015 40 34 3 1100 115* 35.48 1280 85.93 4 5 3
AC Gilchrist (AUS) 1999-2007 31 31 1 1085 149 36.16 1107 98.01 1 8 1
Javed Miandad (PAK) 1975-1996 33 30 5 1083 103 43.32 1592 68.02 1 8 2
SP Fleming (NZ) 1996-2007 33 33 3 1075 134* 35.83 1398 76.89 2 5 2
HH Gibbs (SA) 1999-2007 25 23 4 1067 143 56.15 1221 87.38 2 8 1
PA de Silva (SL) 1987-2003 35 32 3 1064 145 36.68 1229 86.57 2 6 2
CH Gayle (WI) 2003-2019 29 28 1 1015 215 37.59 1087 93.37 2 5 1
IVA Richards (WI) 1975-1987 23 21 5 1013 181 63.31 1191 85.05 3 5 0
SC Ganguly (INDIA) 1999-2007 21 21 3 1006 183 55.88 1298 77.50 4 3 1
ME Waugh (AUS) 1992-1999 22 22 3 1004 130 52.84 1199 83.73 4 4 2
ML Hayden (AUS) 2003-2007 22 21 2 987 158 51.94 1062 92.93 3 2 0
SR Waugh (AUS) 1987-1999 33 30 10 978 120* 48.90 1207 81.02 1 6 0
S Chanderpaul (WI) 1996-2011 31 28 4 970 102* 40.41 1561 62.13 1 7 0
A Ranatunga (SL) 1983-1999 30 29 8 969 88* 46.14 1197 80.95 0 7 3
Saeed Anwar (PAK) 1996-2003 21 21 4 915 113* 53.82 1157 79.08 3 3 0
SB Styris (NZ) 2003-2011 26 22 5 909 141 53.47 1026 88.59 2 6 1
MJ Guptill (NZ) 2011-2019 20 20 4 907 237* 56.68 971 93.40 2 4 1
GA Gooch (ENG) 1979-1992 21 21 1 897 115 44.85 1418 63.25 1 8 1
MJ Clarke (AUS) 2007-2015 25 21 7 888 93* 63.42 943 94.16 0 8 0
MD Crowe (NZ) 1983-1992 21 21 5 880 100* 55.00 1053 83.57 1 8 1
R Dravid (INDIA) 1999-2007 22 21 7 860 145 61.42 1147 74.97 2 6 0
DL Haynes (WI) 1979-1992 25 25 2 854 105 37.13 1485 57.50 1 3 0
V Sehwag (INDIA) 2003-2011 22 22 0 843 175 38.31 794 106.17 2 3 1
M Azharuddin (INDIA) 1987-1999 30 25 4 826 93 39.33 1066 77.48 0 8 2
DC Boon (AUS) 1987-1992 16 16 1 815 100 54.33 1117 72.96 2 5 0
A Flower (ZIM) 1992-2003 30 29 4 815 115* 32.60 1195 68.20 1 4 2
G Kirsten (SA) 1996-2003 21 21 4 806 188* 47.41 1068 75.46 1 5 2
Shakib Al Hasan (BDESH) 2007-2019 24 24 3 800 121 38.09 1033 77.44 1 7 1
LRPL Taylor (NZ) 2007-2019 26 23 3 782 131* 39.10 1032 75.77 1 4 2
SO Tikolo (KENYA) 1996-2011 28 27 1 768 96 29.53 1128 68.08 0 8 1
GC Smith (SA) 2003-2011 20 20 1 747 91 39.31 865 86.35 0 6 0
BB McCullum (NZ) 2003-2015 34 27 5 742 101 33.72 614 120.84 1 6 2
RR Sarwan (WI) 2003-2011 21 20 4 739 92 46.18 974 75.87 0 3 0
Yuvraj Singh (INDIA) 2003-2011 23 21 7 738 113 52.71 817 90.33 1 7 2
IR Bell (ENG) 2007-2015 21 21 1 718 81 35.90 995 72.16 0 6 1
Inzamam-ul-Haq (PAK) 1992-2007 35 33 3 717 81 23.90 961 74.60 0 4 4
Rameez Raja (PAK) 1987-1996 16 16 3 700 119* 53.84 1092 64.10 3 2 0
WU Tharanga (SL) 2007-2015 21 21 2 697 133 36.68 923 75.51 2 4 1
BRM Taylor (ZIM) 2007-2015 15 15 0 690 138 46.00 778 88.68 2 3 1
V Kohli (INDIA) 2011-2019 19 19 3 687 107 42.93 828 82.97 2 2 0
N Kapil Dev (INDIA) 1979-1992 26 24 6 669 175* 37.16 581 115.14 1 1 0
Imran Khan (PAK) 1975-1992 28 24 5 666 102* 35.05 1014 65.68 1 4 2
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Old June 10, 2019, 01:41 PM
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Shakib can climb 20-25 positions easily at the end of this world Cup.
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Old June 10, 2019, 01:44 PM
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^ yikes look at virat's numbers
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Old June 10, 2019, 01:45 PM
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LH Ferguson (NZ) 3 3 25.3 3 99 8 4/37 12.37 3.88 19.1 1 0
MJ Henry (NZ) 3 3 24.2 0 126 7 4/47 18 5.17 20.8 1 0
MA Starc (AUS) 3 3 27.0 2 151 7 5/46 21.57 5.59 23.1 0 1
JC Archer (ENG) 3 3 25.5 3 135 6 3/27 22.5 5.22 25.8 0 0
YS Chahal (INDIA) 2 2 20.0 0 113 6 4/51 18.83 5.65 20 1 0
PJ Cummins (AUS) 3 3 28.2 3 136 6 3/40 22.66 4.8 28.3 0 0
Mohammad Saifuddin (BDESH) 3 3 24.0 1 176 6 2/41 29.33 7.33 24 0 0
JDS Neesham (NZ) 3 3 15.0 1 76 6 5/31 12.66 5.06 15 0 1
O Thomas (WI) 3 3 16.1 0 91 6 4/27 15.16 5.62 16.1 1 0
JJ Bumrah (INDIA) 2 2 20.0 2 96 5 3/61 19.2 4.8 24 0 0
SS Cottrell (WI) 3 3 17.0 1 92 5 2/18 18.4 5.41 20.4 0 0
B Kumar (INDIA) 2 2 20.0 0 94 5 3/50 18.8 4.7 24 0 0
Mehidy Hasan Miraz (BDESH) 3 3 30.0 0 158 5 2/47 31.6 5.26 36 0 0
Mohammad Amir (PAK) 2 2 16.0 0 93 5 3/26 18.6 5.81 19.2 0 0
BA Stokes (ENG) 3 3 15.5 1 78 5 3/23 15.6 4.92 19 0 0
MM Ali (ENG) 2 2 20.0 0 113 4 3/50 28.25 5.65 30 0 0
N Pradeep (SL) 1 1 9.0 1 31 4 4/31 7.75 3.44 13.5 1 0
JO Holder (WI) 3 2 12.0 2 70 4 3/42 17.5 5.83 18 0 0
Imran Tahir (SA) 4 3 30.0 0 176 4 2/57 44 5.86 45 0 0
Mohammad Nabi (AFG) 3 3 18.0 0 80 4 4/30 20 4.44 27 1 0
Mustafizur Rahman (BDESH) 3 3 26.1 0 190 4 3/67 47.5 7.26 39.2 0 0
AL Phehlukwayo (SA) 4 3 26.3 1 136 4 2/52 34 5.13 39.7 0 0
K Rabada (SA) 4 3 30.0 1 162 4 2/39 40.5 5.4 45 0 0
AD Russell (WI) 2 2 11.0 1 45 4 2/4 11.25 4.09 16.5 0 0
MP Stoinis (AUS) 3 3 18.0 1 117 4 2/37 29.25 6.5 27 0 0
MA Wood (ENG) 2 2 18.0 0 105 4 2/52 26.25 5.83 27 0 0
A Zampa (AUS) 3 3 24.0 0 168 4 3/60 42 7 36 0 0
Aftab Alam (AFG) 1 1 8.1 0 45 3 3/45 15 5.51 16.3 0 0
TA Boult (NZ) 3 3 29.0 0 122 3 2/44 40.66 4.2 58 0 0
CR Brathwaite (WI) 3 2 14.0 0 81 3 3/67 27 5.78 28 0 0
C de Grandhomme (NZ) 3 3 14.0 1 67 3 1/14 22.33 4.78 28 0 0
SL Malinga (SL) 2 2 11.4 0 85 3 3/39 28.33 7.28 23.3 0 0
CH Morris (SA) 3 2 20.0 3 109 3 2/73 36.33 5.45 40 0 0
L Ngidi (SA) 2 2 14.0 0 100 3 3/66 33.33 7.14 28 0 0
LE Plunkett (ENG) 2 2 15.0 0 73 3 2/37 24.33 4.86 30 0 0
Rashid Khan (AFG) 3 2 15.5 1 69 3 2/17 23 4.35 31.6 0 0
Shakib Al Hasan (BDESH) 3 3 30.0 0 168 3 2/47 56 5.6 60 0 0
Wahab Riaz (PAK) 2 2 13.4 1 122 3 3/82 40.66 8.92 27.3 0 0
CR Woakes (ENG) 3 3 21.0 1 162 3 3/71 54 7.71 42 0 0
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Shakib Al Hasan (BDESH) 3 3 0 260 121 86.66 271 95.94 1 2 0 27 2
JJ Roy (ENG) 3 3 0 215 153 71.66 181 118.78 1 1 0 24 5
JC Buttler (ENG) 3 3 0 185 103 61.66 136 136.02 1 1 0 11 6
JE Root (ENG) 3 3 0 179 107 59.66 192 93.22 1 1 0 16 1
RG Sharma (INDIA) 2 2 1 179 122* 179.00 214 83.64 1 1 0 16 3
SPD Smith (AUS) 3 3 0 160 73 53.33 200 80.00 0 2 0 13 1
DA Warner (AUS) 3 3 1 148 89* 74.00 206 71.84 0 2 0 13 0
Mushfiqur Rahim (BDESH) 3 3 0 141 78 47.00 165 85.45 0 1 0 12 0
LRPL Taylor (NZ) 3 2 0 130 82 65.00 143 90.90 0 1 0 15 1
S Dhawan (INDIA) 2 2 0 125 117 62.50 121 103.30 1 0 0 17 0
KS Williamson (NZ) 3 2 1 119 79* 119.00 171 69.59 0 1 0 10 0
Q de Kock (SA) 4 4 1 118 68 39.33 144 81.94 0 1 0 12 2
HE van der Dussen (SA) 4 3 0 113 50 37.66 136 83.08 0 1 0 7 2
AJ Finch (AUS) 3 3 0 108 66 36.00 94 114.89 0 1 0 9 5
BA Stokes (ENG) 3 3 0 108 89 36.00 104 103.84 0 1 0 10 0
MDKJ Perera (SL) 2 2 0 107 78 53.50 105 101.90 0 1 0 12 0
F du Plessis (SA) 4 4 1 105 62 35.00 121 86.77 0 1 0 10 1
C Munro (NZ) 3 3 1 104 58* 52.00 105 99.04 0 1 0 13 2
EJG Morgan (ENG) 3 3 0 101 57 33.66 111 90.99 0 1 0 6 5
AT Carey (AUS) 3 2 1 100 55* 100.00 90 111.11 0 1 0 12 1
V Kohli (INDIA) 2 2 0 100 82 50.00 111 90.09 0 1 0 5 2
Mohammad Hafeez (PAK) 2 2 0 100 84 50.00 86 116.27 0 1 0 10 2
MJ Guptill (NZ) 3 3 1 98 73* 49.00 66 148.48 0 1 1 11 3
Najibullah Zadran (AFG) 3 3 0 98 51 32.66 108 90.74 0 1 0 14 2
NM Coulter-Nile (AUS) 3 2 0 96 92 48.00 69 139.13 0 1 0 8 4
Mahmudullah (BDESH) 3 3 1 94 46* 47.00 115 81.73 0 0 0 4 2
Babar Azam (PAK) 2 2 0 85 63 42.50 99 85.85 0 1 0 6 1
JM Bairstow (ENG) 3 3 0 83 51 27.66 82 101.21 0 1 1 10 1
FDM Karunaratne (SL) 2 2 1 82 52* 82.00 129 63.56 0 1 0 7 0
Hashmatullah Shahidi (AFG) 3 3 0 81 59 27.00 150 54.00 0 1 0 12 0
SD Hope (WI) 3 2 0 79 68 39.50 122 64.75 0 1 0 8 0
N Pooran (WI) 3 2 1 74 40 74.00 55 134.54 0 0 0 9 3
CH Gayle (WI) 3 2 0 71 50 35.50 51 139.21 0 1 0 10 3
UT Khawaja (AUS) 3 3 0 70 42 23.33 78 89.74 0 0 0 7 1
DA Miller (SA) 3 2 0 69 38 34.50 83 83.13 0 0 0 3 0
Soumya Sarkar (BDESH) 3 3 0 69 42 23.00 63 109.52 0 0 0 12 0
AL Phehlukwayo (SA) 4 3 0 66 34 22.00 99 66.66 0 0 0 7 1
Hazratullah Zazai (AFG) 3 3 0 64 34 21.33 55 116.36 0 0 1 8 2
Mosaddek Hossain (BDESH) 3 3 0 63 26 21.00 58 108.62 0 0 0 8 0
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Tamim is not even in the list. Soumya needs to score some long innings, so does Tamim. That would make Shakib's life more easy.
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^ yikes look at virat's numbers
42 average with a 82% SR. 2 centuries. 2 50's. Not bad. This WC he is averaging 50 with a 90% SR.
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Lolz Riyad's averaging 47 the same as Mushfiq
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Shakib can climb 20-25 positions easily at the end of this world Cup.
That's a given. If he continues in this vein, he can top 1000 runs in the tournament (assuming Bangladesh advances to the semis).
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Are we in the semis already??? What does this stats mean?
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Mehidy is ninth in the list for most dot-balls so far in the tournament.

Top 3 are Aus and NZ cover 4th and 5th
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Mehidy is ninth in the list for most dot-balls so far in the tournament.

Top 3 are Aus and NZ cover 4th and 5th
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All pacers and one spinner. Other teams do not need spinners to fill their quota cause their pacers are well prepared, smart and can utilize their skills to keep opponent down. But we have Walsh as head coach and a pacer as captain .

We fans need to be honest and ask rather, does BD deserve to go to semis?
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