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Agarkar: Afghanistan outclassed Bangladesh

Minnows Afghanistan beat Bangladesh to register their first international win after a solid performance with bat and ball.

Host: Raunak Kapoor / Expert: Ajit Agarkar

March 1, 2014

Posted by   on (March 2, 2014, 10:48 GMT)

afgans must practice harder and set goals as a team. they have a good future in cricket

Posted by   on (March 1, 2014, 23:42 GMT)

Agree with Ajit. We need to work hard and keep playing our games. We do have talented players and these kind of games will only develop us. Good to see we are getting praise for what we achieved

Posted by naimurchowdhury32 on (March 1, 2014, 23:25 GMT)

I really dont know how the BCB appointed Jurgensen, Mcinnes as they have no idea of coaching. They are only interested in their own holidays.

Jurgensen, Mcinnes only wants to be friendly with the players, not telling them anything inspite of repeated mistakes.

Jurgensen, Mcinnes allow players to skip practice whenever they want.

Posted by AbdulMohamad731 on (March 1, 2014, 22:32 GMT)

Please stop critcising players. Jurgensen, Mcinnes are more responsible for this poor state of the team.

Posted by AbdulMohamad731 on (March 1, 2014, 22:31 GMT)

Afghanistan will not improve unless they play regular tests against top test nations regularly.

Posted by   on (March 1, 2014, 21:33 GMT)

I think it is matter of nature ... Afghans are naturally blessed with strong physical structure and they are mentally strong being grown up in the battle fields.. They are much tougher with tall bodies and they have the potential to produce world class fast ballers in the near future. The day is not far away when Afghans will be the new legends of the cricket game .. so stop blaming Bangladesh cricket players it is matter of the nature

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