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Series first, then testing

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe Test & ODI Series

Series first, then testing

The selectors on Sunday night announced a team only for the third ODI against Zimbabwe which will be held at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur tomorrow as they are planning to go for some experimentation in the last two games. And the testing will go on only if the Tigers confirm the...

BANGLADESH VS ZIMBABWE

Tigers seal second ODI win

Tigers seal second ODI win

Bangladesh have won the toss and elected to bat first in the second ODI against Zimbabwe at Chittagong’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium today. The hosts will eye a 2-0 lead today in the five-match series after Friday’s 87-run win against the visitors in the first ODI with Shakib Al Hasans’ 100 and four-wicket-haul.

Illegal trip to Malaysia: Navy sues 85

Illegal trip to Malaysia: Navy sues 85

Two separate cases were filed today against 85 Myanmar and Bangladeshi nationals in connection with the illegal voyage to Malaysia by sea where around 600 trafficking victims were rescued. Lieutenant Commander M Mahbubur Rahman, executive officer of BNS Durjoy, a navy ship that intercepted a Myanmar cargo carrier carrying the people, lodged the cases...

Ctg youth detained for Facebook posts against PM, son

Ctg youth detained for Facebook posts against PM, son

Locals in Hathazari upazila of Chittagong caught a youth and handed him over to police for allegedly posting and sharing derogatory comments and photos against the prime minister, her son and the railway minister. The locals alleged that Md Amran alias Titumir Amran, 23, had been posting comments on Facebook against Prime Minister Sheikh...

Jubair 5-for spins out Zimbabwe

Jubair 5-for spins out Zimbabwe

Bangladesh's spinners, yet again in the series, proved to be Zimbabwe's Achilles' heel, as the turners scalped seven wickets in Chittagong on the third day of the final Test, to bowl out the visitors for 374 and achieve a sizeable lead. The only difference here was that instead of Bangladesh's traditional slow-left arm attack it was the loopy leg-spin of young Jubair Hossain, who took his maiden five-wicket haul, that left the Zimbabweans short of their expected score on a track that still seemed good for batting. After the innings turnover, Bangladesh reached stumps at 23 for no loss. Beginning the day at 113 for one, Hamilton Masakadza and Sikandar Raza continued...

'Was waiting for my day'

19-year-old Jubair Hossain expressed his elation after reaching his maiden five-wicket haul in Chittagong yesterday. His family's presence in the stadium made the occasion even more special for the teenager. “I think the best thing about this performance was that my parents had come here to watch the match. They had come in the previous matches as well but I could not perform. So now that everyone's happy, I am happy,” exclaimed the leg-spinner at the post-day press conference yesterday. While...

BANGLADESH VS ZIMBABWE 3RD TEST

Zimbabwe start confident chase

Zimbabwe start confident chase

Bangladesh rode on Mominul Haque’s fourth Test century to set Zimbabwe a target of 448 runs nearing end of fourth day’s play today in the third Test at Chittagong. 23-year-old Mominul Haque also entered in the ranks of top 10 Test run scorers of Bangladesh.

BCB spells Tigers’ squad for ODI matches

BCB spells Tigers’ squad for ODI matches

Bangladesh Cricket Board today announced the Tigers’ squad for the first two one day internationals (ODI) of the five-match series against Zimbabwe, a BCB press release said. Mashrafe Mortaza will lead the Tigers team comprising of Shakib Al Hasan (vice captain), Tamim Iqbal, Anamul Haque Bijoy, Mominul Hoque, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmud Ullah, Shabbir Rahaman,...

Run-fest continues

Run-fest continues

Shakib Al Hasan's 17th half-century and an aggressive knock from Rubel Hossain, which saw the number 10 batsman employ a number of baseball-like hits over mid-wicket, helped Bangladesh post 503 by tea on the second day of the third Test against Zimbabwe in Chittagong yesterday. In reply, the visitors reached 113 for 1 in...

BANGLADESH VS ZIMBABWE 3RD TEST

Zimbabwe fold for 374 as Jubair claims maiden 5-for

Zimbabwe fold for 374 as Jubair claims maiden 5-for

Jubair Hossain clinched his maiden Test five-for to fold Zimbabwe’s first innings at 374 runs as the visiting side brought down Bangladesh’s lead to 129 runs at Chittagong. Zimbabwe produced 261 runs on the third day after ending day two at 113. Raza, 82, Masakadza, 81, Chakbva, 65, and Chigumbura, 88, each produced significant contributions.

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