3rd ODI | Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe | ODI Super League

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secretzimbo
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Tiripano's two wickets flatter what has otherwise been an absolutely abject bowling performance from him. That over just now was appalling. A no ball, three wides and two boundary balls at a crucial stage of the match ffs. He wouldn't get in most associate teams, let alone teams at this level.

Marshmallow
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When we celebrate a victory of zimbabwe.
It's very painful to be a zimbabwe fan. Most of other team fans are mocking us and we are not improving. Just standing as a deadwood 😒

slcricfan1
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secretzimbo wrote:
Tue Jul 20, 2021 2:13 pm
slcricfan1 wrote:
Tue Jul 20, 2021 2:05 pm
zimlover wrote:
Tue Jul 20, 2021 1:51 pm
Chatara has been rubbish, I think he need to start looking at retirement and give another bowlers a chance , the question is who?

That Chivanga guys is blowing hot and cold raw pac but can’t get wickets.

We need a something special here ,they cannot leave it all to Blessing to do the bowling we needs good seam bowling paternership
ngarava will get better and form a pretty good combo with jongwe whose impressed me heaps and blessing but we really need just one more quick.
Blessing, Ngarava and Jongwe are a pretty good trio. Chatara & Tiripano have given us loads over the years but realistically they appear to both be on the decline and aren't getting any younger. I'd much rather the 4th seamer be Nyauchi or Chivanga, who aren't the finished articles but appear to have enough talent to work with. There's Brad Evans too, although I'm not sure what his plans are.
surely there are some good quicks from the u19 set up

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We cannot continue with the same coaching staff. Their input has not brought results for too long

CholeZimbo
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Why did Don play ahead of Ngarava?

Marshmallow
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CholeZimbo wrote:
Tue Jul 20, 2021 2:54 pm
Why did Don play ahead of Ngarava?
Maybe injured

secretzimbo
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Lol so Taylor keeps Tiripano on for another over after that shocker a few mins ago. :D

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Honestly what the hell is this leg stump line. This is pathetic

secretzimbo
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Horrendous bowling

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Donal has cost us the game today. Poor captaincy there

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