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View Poll Results: Best ODI innings by a BD batsman
Mehrab Hossain Sr 101 vs Zimbabwe (1999) 1 4.35%
Mohammad Ashraful 100 vs Australia (2005) 7 30.43%
Tamim Iqbal 154 vs Zimbabwe (2009) 1 4.35%
Mahmudullah 103 vs England (2015) 0 0%
Mahmudullah 128* vs New Zealand (2015) 1 4.35%
Tamim Iqbal 132 vs Pakistan (2015) 0 0%
Shakib al Hasan 114 vs New Zealand (2017) 0 0%
Mahmudullah 102* vs New Zealand (2017) 2 8.70%
Mushfiqur Rahim 144 vs Sri Lanka (2018) 9 39.13%
other 2 8.70%
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Old September 16, 2018, 01:05 AM
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Default Best ODI innings by a BD batsman

Can't remember if I did one of these before for ODIs. I did one for Tests some years ago. Very simple...just pick the innings you think is the best in terms of overall quality.
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If you say overall quality, Riyad's centuries in the world tournaments have to be right up there. Shakib playing 90+ innings with a high strike rate against SL in a Tri series against Murali-Mendis to put us in the final and his 100 in the last CT also come to mind. And of course Mushy's innings in the last game for its sheer grit.
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Old September 16, 2018, 01:16 AM
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I reckon Mushys gotta be #1 - given the context and all. It's also second highest ever behind Tamims 150+, but that was against Zim in a bilateral.
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In order of Quality

Ashrafuls Century at Cardiff

Mullahs century Against England

Mullahs and Shakibs century against New Zealand in the Champions Trophy

Mushy's century against Lanka yesterday. He was dropped on 9. If the opposition was anyone else in the top 6, this century would have been higher on the list. We gotto admit, Lankan bowling was club level last night barring Malinga.
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I'm torn between Ash's Cardiff jadu and Shakib-Riyad hundreds vs NZ at Cardiff. Mushy's innings yesterday ranks just behind those IMO, only because Ash faced a better bowling attack featuring McGrath and Shakib-Riyad performed a miracle against an top quality bowling attack on seaming surface in a virtual knock-out match in an ICC tournament.
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A couple of ash innings and riyads WC tons are prob the best for quality or context. This mushy one is pretty good though given the context. Mushy by himself scored more than Sri Lanka.
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You know, Imrul's 112 in the 1st ODI vs Eng in 2016 was a classic. Better than any over hyped Ash innings. His mid off 6 against Wiley is one of my favorite shots by any cricketer. We should not have lost that game. The way Shakib also got going in that match, they should have carried us home.

Shakib is my favorite batsman to watch when he gets going.

But to answer your question, I think Rahim's knock yesterday was the best I saw by any Bd batsman, because there were 3/3 practically, 104 degree heat, another collapse came after Mithun, but still was smart enough to conserve his wicket, saved Rubel's wicket, and got a monster 144.
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I misclicked, meant to click Tamim's 132
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No particular order

Ashraful 100 vs Australia ( I was there)
Sarkar vs South Africa in BD
Shakib vs NZ Champions trophy
Ashraful vs South Africa WC 2007
Mushfiqur vs SL Asia Cup 2018
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I would rate Riyads 100s in the WC and CT higher... Then Ash's and then Mushys. Don't get me wrong...mushy played one of the best innings by any BD batsmen. I am just going by the quality of opponent and the conditions
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I reckon Mushys gotta be #1 - given the context and all. It's also second highest ever behind Tamims 150+, but that was against Zim in a bilateral.
Let me rephrase what i wrote: Mushy's is BD's highest ODI knock against a top 8 side.

Fact that it comes during a tournament in conditions he has never played in, in a situation where we were 2 down in the 2nd over, is just cherry on top.
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The conditions were extremely challenging for Mushy as well. It was 43 c and he pretty much batted the whole game. I can't decide which one is best.. they are all great knocks. The most dominating of them all is Soumya vs SA at home. He destroyed SA that day.
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Match wise

Ullah vs England, Shakib vs NZ

History wise

Ashraful vs Australia

Force and ability wise

Sarkar vs south Africa
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Prior to 2007 it was easier to say. These days becoming comparatively difficult as there are too many 😁
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Without any doubt, Ash's century against Mighty Aussies in Cardiff ! Playing in English condition against McGrath, Gillespie, Kasprowicz while chasing- man, couldn't be any tougher situation to get a 100 and to help the team to win against full force Aussie team.
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Nothing will ever surpass ashraful's Cardiff innings for me.
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Can't remember if I did one of these before for ODIs. I did one for Tests some years ago. Very simple...just pick the innings you think is the best in terms of overall quality.
I think this thread would be great if you could find some highlights of each one of those innings.
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Without any doubt, Ash's century against Mighty Aussies in Cardiff ! Playing in English condition against McGrath, Gillespie, Kasprowicz while chasing- man, couldn't be any tougher situation to get a 100 and to help the team to win against full force Aussie team.
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Nothing will ever surpass ashraful's Cardiff innings for me.
Yup. Complete agreement. Even his low key 90 off 52 kicked b--s too.

By the way, did anyone feel like after his 100, frikkin Mushfique went into ABD mode. This guy ain't kidding. He went to that place before once in with his 112 or someething or in BPL. This guy man. I tell you. I only watched it once but I guess sequence goes:

1. Six or four or something
2. Reverse sweep
3. Frikkin another type of reverse sweep directly past keeper
4. Six over long off region
5. Another frikkin six in complete different part of the field

Man this is like utter mayhem for the bowlers. Not only getting hit by a set batsman continuously but getting hit willy nilly around the park and you don't see where it will be next.

I seriously think he can go to his ABD space but only.. after all those hard core, 2 steps and getting set.
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It's is extremely hard to choose. Unfortunately OP only thinks big scores or a winning century must be everyone's favorite innings. I used to think that too before seeing Cricinfo going gaga over Lara 154 or something and VVX Laxman 270 or something.

Guess, since I didn't watch Ash's innings live, my favorite would be Shakib's Multan 100 where we were down 4.. like 16/4 or something and then Shakib came and made a 100 which we went to lost. He won Man of the Match award for that. That's what the real spirit of cricket - if not sports- embodies in my opinion where it doesn't matter if you win or lose, the WAY you play with your HEART makes all the difference.

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I'm torn between Ash's Cardiff jadu and Shakib-Riyad hundreds vs NZ at Cardiff. Mushy's innings yesterday ranks just behind those IMO, only because Ash faced a better bowling attack featuring McGrath and Shakib-Riyad performed a miracle against an top quality bowling attack on seaming surface in a virtual knock-out match in an ICC tournament.
Yeah. By best match I think that surely takes the cake. I thought about it too. But the problem is it is a partnership.
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I reckon Mushys gotta be #1 - given the context and all. It's also second highest ever behind Tamims 150+, but that was against Zim in a bilateral.
But Mushy's one is against SL.
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But to answer your question, I think Rahim's knock yesterday was the best I saw by any Bd batsman, because there were 3/3 practically, 104 degree heat, another collapse came after Mithun, but still was smart enough to conserve his wicket, saved Rubel's wicket, and got a monster 144.
And that's called RESPECT folks. When your most hater acknowledges you are the g.o.a.t.
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I will say Mushy
He played under lotbof pressure and heat.
Singlehandedly took us to a fighting total.
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You know, Imrul's 112 in the 1st ODI vs Eng in 2016 was a classic. Better than any over hyped Ash innings. His mid off 6 against Wiley is one of my favorite shots by any cricketer. We should not have lost that game. The way Shakib also got going in that match, they should have carried us home.

Shakib is my favorite batsman to watch when he gets going.

But to answer your question, I think Rahim's knock yesterday was the best I saw by any Bd batsman, because there were 3/3 practically, 104 degree heat, another collapse came after Mithun, but still was smart enough to conserve his wicket, saved Rubel's wicket, and got a monster 144.

Me agree. I thought this was a 300 run pitch.
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And that's called RESPECT folks. When your most hater acknowledges you are the g.o.a.t.
GOAT and GOATI is different.
He said GOATI. Greatest Of All Time Innings (BD).
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