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We have seen our heroes stand up but fail to deliver. Moses needs not apply.

With bitterness of the loss against India still in my palate, I find myself getting even more frustrated when I read all the chest thumping from our media and fans alike. Yes, the umpiring was atrocious, Rohit was gifted a life to add 30 more runs to the already swelling total. Mahmudullah could’ve been given a benefit of doubt, and the same goes with LBW decision that was judged not out. But, no, there was no conspiracy by the ICC nor the BCCI to pay off the umpires to take the game away from us.

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An elegy to the loss

I could feel the blood pumping in my aorta and ventricles with an ever constricting, paralyzing grip around my chest. I, along with about 160 or so million supporters, felt helpless with run rate mounting at each interval of milliseconds. It was akin to being stung by poison of a Caribbean puffer fish, strapped to a steel bed and having limbs sawed off with nothing that one can do about it

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Aminul Islam Bulbul

To fans and afficionados of Bangladesh cricket, Aminul Islam needs no introduction. He captained the Bangladesh team in the 1999 World Cup. In the maiden Test versus India in 2000, he scored Bangladesh's first Test Century. His 9-hour 145 remained the highest Bagladesh Test score until recently broken by Mohamad Ashraful's 158 versus India in 2005. In the early days, Gordon Greenidge has described him as one of only three, top class batsmen in Bangladesh. He has been one of very few Bangladesh players to have played club cricket abroad. He was in England for the 2000 season, playing for USP (United Services of Portsmouth) and more recently has been playing cricket in his new home, Australia.


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Khondaker Mirazur Rahman

Khondaker Mirazur Rahman spends as much time on BanglaCricket as on his Post-Doctoral research on Gene Targeted Drug Design. Like a true scientist his articles are all well researched. He goes by the nick "Miraz" on our forums and is also a BanglaCricket editor.




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