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Old February 22, 2010, 01:04 PM
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Default 2010 Dropped Catches Count

Jan 4 1st Match ODI Bangladesh v SL: Shafiul Islam

Jan 7 3rd Match ODI Bangladesh v Ind: Shakib al Hasan

Jan 8 4th Match ODI Bangladesh v SL: Mushfiqur Rahim

Jan 11 6th Match ODI Bangladesh v Ind: Mohammad Ashraful (Twice)

Jan 17-21 1st Test Bangladesh v Ind: Shafiul Islam, Imrul Kayes (Twice), Shahriar Nafees, Raqibul Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim

Jan 24-27 2nd Test Bangladesh v Ind: Raqibul Hasan

Feb 3 Only T20 Bangladesh v New Zealand: Mahmudullah, Tamim Iqbal

Feb 5 1st ODI Bangladesh v New Zealand: Mushfiqur Rahim

Feb 8 2nd ODI Bangladesh v New Zealand: None

Feb 11 3rd Bangladesh v New Zealand: ?, Mushfiqur Rahim

Feb 15-19 Only Test Bangladesh v New Zealand: Shafiul Islam (Thrice), Mahmudullah

Feb 28 1st ODI Bangladesh v England: Mushfiqur Rahim

Mar 2 2nd ODI Bangladesh v England: Mahmudullah (Twice), Mushfiqur Rahim

Mar 5 3rd ODI Bangladesh v England: Mahmudullah, Suhrawadi Shuvo, Mushfiqur Rahim

Mar 12 1st Test Bangladesh v England: Mushfiqur Rahim, Rubel Hossain, Shahadat Hossain

Mar 20 2nd Test Bangladesh v England: Imrul Kayes, Jahurul Islam

May 1 1st T20 Bangladesh v Pakistan: Mohammad Ashraful

May 5 2nd T20 Bangladesh v Australia: Jahurul Islam

May 27-31 1st Test Bangladesh v England: Junaid Siddique

June 4-8 2nd Test Bangladesh v England: Junaid Siddique, Mushfiqur Rahim

June 16 2nd Match ODI Bangladesh v India: Tamim Iqbal

June 18 3rd Match ODI Bangladesh v Sri Lanka: None

June 21 5th Match ODI Bangladesh v Pakistan: Mashrafe Mortaza

July 8 1st ODI Bangladesh v England: None

July 10 2nd ODI Bangladesh v England: None

July 12 3rd ODI Bangladesh v England: Rubel Hossain

July 15 1st ODI Bangladesh v Ireland: Unknown

July 16 2nd ODI Bangladesh v Ireland: Unknown

July 20 Only ODI Bangladesh v Netherlands: Mahmudullah

Oct 5 1st ODI Bangladesh v New Zealand: Nazmul Hossain

Oct 8 2nd ODI Bangladesh v New Zealand: N/A

Oct 11 3rd ODI Bangladesh v New Zealand: None

Oct 14 4th ODI Bangladesh v New Zealand: Suhrawadi Shuvo

Oct 17 5th ODI Bangladesh v New Zealand: Junaid Siddique (Twice), Mahmudullah

Dec 1 1st ODI Bangladesh v Zimbabwe: Mohammad Ashraful

Dec 3 2nd ODI Bangladesh v Zimbabwe: Tamim Iqbal

Dec 6 3rd ODI Bangladesh v Zimbabwe: Abdur Razzak

Dec 10 4th ODI Bangladesh v Zimbabwe: N/A

Dec 12 5th ODI Bangladesh v Zimbabwe: Suhrawadi Shuvo

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Old February 22, 2010, 01:05 PM
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Total:

Mushfiqur Rahim: 9
Mahmudullah: 7
Shafiul Islam: 5
Junaid Siddique: 4
Mohammad Ashraful: 4
Imrul Kayes: 3
Tamim Iqbal: 3
Suhrawadi Shuvo: 3
Raqibul Hasan: 2
Jahurul Islam: 2
Rubel Hossain: 2
Shakib al Hasan: 1
Shahriar Nafees: 1
Shahadat Hossain: 1
Mashrafe Mortaza: 1
Nazmul Hossain: 1
Abdur Razzak: 1

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Old February 22, 2010, 01:05 PM
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T20 VS NZ: Both Tamim and M.Riyad dropped sitter
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Feb 3 Only T20 Bangladesh v New Zealand: Unknown
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:07 PM
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Awsum thread. Can you also post who was dropped in each of these cases? Will give us a good idea about what the impact of these dropped catches would have been.
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:11 PM
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T20 VS NZ: Both Tamim and M.Riyad dropped sitter
Thanks for that. I'm sure there was some more as well. Could anyone else fill me in as to who was dropped. I will update it thanks.
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:13 PM
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Great thread. Let us create this hall of shame and hopefully it stays empty from now on ...
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:26 PM
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Great thread. Let us create this hall of shame and hopefully it stays empty from now on ...
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You change the title to "Drop Catches Stats" make it a sticky!! I will give life to this thread. Promise!!
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:26 PM
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Default TEST records starting at 2010

PlayersBowlerRunsBalls facedDropped byOverScoreNext wicket fallPartnershipEnding individual scoreCosted us
Ind
TenduShafiul1645Imrul31.1111/4149/538105*89
ZaheerShahadat64Shafiul55.3202/7209/87115
GambhirShakib5569Imrul26.2135/1188/25311661
MishraShakib4159Nafees35.1171/1188/217509
TenduShahadat5391Raqibul57.4250/2367/211714390
TenduShakib113149Mushi78.6356/2367/21114330
NZ
GuptillShafiul422Shafiul28.494/3125/421189185
McIntoshRiyad59125Riyad45.2135/3196/4618930
GuptillShafiul1434Shafiul52.3159/3196/43756*22
McIntoshRiyad76152Shafiul55.2172/3196/4248913
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:27 PM
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The one Shafiul dropped in the test was not only simple but he also fumbled it out of the rope for a six! He had enough time go under it and take comfortable catch. He needs to work on his ability to grasp. Possibily, he should learn to catch Koi mach (doctor fish) during light drizzle. I seen these fish walk across from pond to pond and local kids are quite adept at catching these.
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:27 PM
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Default ODIs

PlayersBowlerRunsBalls facedDropped/stumped miss byOverScoreRunsPartnershipNext wicket fallCosted usODIs
Tri Series
DilshanShafiul1515Shafiul4.639/1104144183/2891st ODI
DhoniShakib6170Shakib32.3185/3101*18203/4402nd ODI
TharangaShakib97101Mushfiq34.2202/0118*13215/1213rd ODI
KohliRasel8383Ashraful39.5222/4102*27249/4194th ODI
RainaShakib1011Ashraful40.3224/418*25249/484th ODI
NZ
BroomRiyad2640Mushfiq36.1187/671123310/7451st ODI
VettoriNaeem612Mushfiq19.4108/33452160/4283rd ODI
VettoriRiyad2633Mid Wkt26.3150/33410160/463rd ODI
ENG
KeiswitterShakib03Mushfiq3.416/0195473/1191st ODI
MorganRiyad2027Mushfiq30.4153/33331184/4131st ODI
KeiswitterShafiul00Mushfiq0.21/0445/142nd ODI
CookShafiul1817Riyad6.234/1601752/2422nd ODI
CookRaj3231Riyad11.557/26051108/3292nd ODI
MorganShakib78Shuvo41.2182/33455237/4273rd ODI
MorganShakib1818Riyad44.6218/33419237/4163rd ODI
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New and creative way to bash players. I am not sure what purpose this serves other than finding a new avenue to 'stickify' mistakes.
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LOL. Very nice thread. Useful stats.
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:41 PM
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You change the title to "Drop Catches Stats" make it a sticky!! I will give life to this thread. Promise!!
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:42 PM
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New and creative way to bash players.
Team management must know these things and shield the butter fingers away from potential drops. Just read the self explanatory table I created. Shafiul needs to take bathroom breaks more often when he is not bowling. And while he is fielding he should be placed where catches are not regular. I love this boy!! He bowls with head. He is a must just like Mo Rafique.
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Team management must know these things and shield the butter fingers away from potential drops. Just read the self explanatory table I created. Shafiul needs to take bathroom breaks more often when he is not bowling. I love this boy!! He bowls with head. He is a must just like Mo Rafique.
Oh yeah..Siddons and Lotus have you on speed dial, I forgot.
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:49 PM
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Oh yeah..Siddons and Lotus have you on speed dial, I forgot.
Yes, sir whatever you say!! Catches allow team from becoming ordinary to 20 wicket taking nation. Ask Mashrafe when he dropped history!! This is something that only reenforces the need a fielding coach as well.
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Old February 22, 2010, 01:54 PM
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Shafiul dropping Guptill on 4 runs was a big one. Not only the fact that he added another 185 but the fact that we would've been exposed to the tail and got them out for a much less than the eventual 553. We could've had an innings lead.
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What you guys are doing is banking on or tagging someone for failure in future, unfairly maybe. Drop catches will happen as long as the game lives. The best ones will drop too. Teams know their best catchers and weaklings. They position players on field accordingly. We do it too. There is nothing new you can provide to the team with this drop count, and I am sure they are waiting all hands on deck to wake up next morning, and run to the fax machine for the new update from BC.
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Mods lets make this a sticky. if used correctly, it can give us some valuable insight

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Excellent thread Tiger Manc.
Excellent work, as usual, by Mijan bhai. Yeah, pretty self explanatory.

"Catches win matches."
Its as simple as that.

I'm pretty sure, or i'd rather hope, that some BCB officials and even the staff members of the cricket team do visit this forum. If they havent been already addresing this issue, at least they can pick it up.

Tables like what Mijan bhai provided, certainly gives a massive head start then.
Now let us have a look at the ODI stats Miraz bhai.
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Nice thread.

A few catches here and there are part of the game. But drops in frequency and repeat offenders highlight some problems that need to be addressed.

Can we add stumpings to that list as well?

So far the two worst offenders Shafiul and Mushfiq have been the costliest as well. Dilshan's catch vs. SL, Guptil's in the 1st innings and Broom's in the 1st ODI all could be turned the game from an embarassment to an actual W for us.
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What you guys are doing is banking on or tagging someone for failure in future, unfairly maybe. Drop catches will happen as long as the game lives. The best ones will drop too. Teams know their best catchers and weaklings. They position players on field accordingly. We do it too. There is nothing new you can provide to the team with this drop count, and I am sure they are waiting all hands on deck to wake up next morning, and run to the fax machine for the new update from BC.
Why do we even talk about players enable to rotate strike, players too slow, players with hot head? About anything actually? BCB's fax number gets busy at that time? Fans have every right to discuss anything attached with the game. Be it catching or hitting sixes!!!

Your logic is not sound at all here. Drop catches are part of the game. However, cronic to this players need to be identified and may be work on it more. You are the only one as of now are critical of this thread which is fine by me.
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What you guys are doing is banking on or tagging someone for failure in future, unfairly maybe. Drop catches will happen as long as the game lives. The best ones will drop too. Teams know their best catchers and weaklings. They position players on field accordingly. We do it too. There is nothing new you can provide to the team with this drop count, and I am sure they are waiting all hands on deck to wake up next morning, and run to the fax machine for the new update from BC.
According to your logic, we will have to stop the whole BC forum as no one from BCB reads what we are discussing here. Right? If not, then there is fan page in the Facebook called "Understanding that I am in the wrong side but still keep arguing"--become a fan of that page
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Look T_E, even the better fielders will drop from time to time. Mash drop was huge against Australia, yet he is one of the safest in the team, safe enough that for a pace bowler, he often fields in cover. Ironically, against Australia he was in deep fine leg, a safe spot so to speak, but the ball went to him. Sakib, Tamim , Riyad etc also dropped recently, yet they are our better fielders. Who wouldn't want to see 100% record in catching. I would love it. But, thats not going to happen. Whats going to happen is the same good fielders will stay in prime catching positions, take catches, but will also let off once in a while. Its better for them to qucikly forget it and move on. Fans should do it as well. This sticky ficky of drop catches just celebrates guilty pleasures. We are used to century threads, congrats threads, and now Hall of shame as well. It will aslo unfairly tag a good fielder as a butter fingered one if he drops here and there ( inevitable ).

Anyway, Its totally fine that you want to focus on negativity. You don't have to listen to my different point of view.
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