Lahoria said:Did any of these games got TV coverage? Can't believe Bhanja is on his way to his career saving 50
Sheikh said:And it's the complete opposite in Islamabad with 18 wickets falling in the day!
Balochistan: 187-10 in 52.4 (Anwar Ali 4-41)
Sindh: 131-8 after 37 ( (Bhanja 46 not out )
kashif77 said:Shane Warneria gets smacked for 35 runs in 5 overs before he gets numbers 9 and 11.
I pray that he doesn't get selected for Australia !
That would be entertaining though, Bhanja hitting Lee all around the ground.. being the beast of a batsman that he is.Lahoria said:Can't wait to see Bhanja vs. Lee, that's cricket at its best right there
iZeeshan said:What is wrong with Sindh? It was supposed to be a beastly performing team, I mean, it has Latif, Manzoor, Afridi...etc!
Not to mention Fawad, Naumanullah, HASAN RAZA (who does not play for some reason)
pakcricketfan said:Sind is playing all its matches on green wickets....
it's time to expose Punjab on this wicket too...Punjab have been playing on graveyards in this match!!
infamous9383 said:good to see there are loads of lbws and bowled but something tells me there something in the pitch for bowlers. Can anyone confirm.
Luton Bad Boy said:Isn't National Stadium famous for batting collapses (39-6 anyone...) and has the tendency for movement of the pitch due to its location.
hussain_0216 said:Even if there is movement off the pitch so many lbw's and bowled's is a good sign..
apart from Sohail Khan and Whab Riaz, I like the look of Anwar Ali although he is raw and very injury prone.
The PCB should have ensured that Anwar and Jamshed/ayub got the best advice and coaching, instead they were left to join the PCB and bowl the occsional game, which wont give them the skills and experience
Yeah thats been the problem in the tournament so far. We have either seen high scoring draws or some very low scoring games. The Sindh NWFP was the only time they got the pitch right.muhammad saad said:Cannt we make supportive pitch ,why so much extreme pitches?
IMMY69 said:All looks very promising...however can anyone tell me hat the standard of batting was like? i.e. was it the usual rubbish that our first class system produces?
the_game said:With the technique that Tanvir has, I don't think the field will be too level through his career as far as batting goes.