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Paper tigers faltered again (Part2 of Part2)

Go Team India Go – GO HOME NOWRead half time report at part 1 for Indian teams batting analysis

What an all round performance from minnows team like Bangladesh against India.

More youth, more agility team of Bangladesh mainly three teenage bangla players Tamim Iqbal (17 yrs) , Mushfiqur Rahim (18 yrs) and Saqibul Hasan (19 years) pulled the trigger cruelly on disastrous Indian bowling side and fielding side.

Tamim Iqbal He’s just 17 years old and he looked straight into the faces of experienced Indian cricket men and spanked them brutally.He hit two towering sixes attacking on the confidence of the Zaheer and Agarkars the most international experienced bowlers.The world looked to Iqbal in the warming matches when he stunned the fast bowling mightiest like Shane Bond of New Zealand and won the warming game match against NZ.

Mushfiqur Rahim – Another teenager who shouldered all responsibity of Bangladesh win by playing a sensible slow game when Iqbal was attacking the India pacers.Amazing two over the boundary shots made Indian bowlers shiver in their pants.

Saqibul Hasan – An all round performance by this teenager impressed the spectators with his bowling spell that restricted India to a small total.His patient long partnership with Rahim was the turning point of game.

Mashrafe Mortaza (pic above)- What a bowling spell taking all the advantages of pitch giving an early advantage by taking the wickets of Sehwag and Uthhappa very early in the innings.

This is absolutely a real wake up call for India.Except for winning the toss,India lost at every department of the game batting, bowling and fielding.India which had clear advantage than other teams in this world cup as previous being played in West Indies just right before the world cup on various pitches clearly did not learn its lessons.

If India had any chances to get into the next group then a win against Bermuda is a must.


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Posted By: Kalyan | Date: March 17, 2007 | Categories: 2007 World Cup, Cricket

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