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Shakib Al Hasan

'We didn't play well'

'We didn't play well'

"Like batting, bowling also needs partnerships to become successful." This was the way how Mashrafe Bin Mortaza expressed his frustration when he was asked about his brilliant bowling effort after his side's 92-run defeat against Sri Lanka at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) yesterday. The Bangladesh captain's bowling was the only silver lining in the...

'Needed the win badly'

Shakib Al Hasan only responded with a smile in reply to whatever question he was asked. The world's number all-rounder, who had achieved yet another milestone by becoming the first Bangladesh player to cross the 4,000-run mark in ODI cricket, walked off with a smile on his face. His teammates, though, said that they didn't even congratulate him for the feat because they know Shakib will make 12,000 runs in his career, if not 15,000. Nasir Hossain, who was...

Shakib first to 4k

Shakib first to 4k

Ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan became the first Bangladeshi to score 4,000 runs in one-day internationals. He reached the landmark during the World Cup match against Afghanistan in Canberra on Wednesday. He crossed the line when clipped away a short-of-a-yorker from Aftab Alam wide of short fine-leg for four on way to making 63. Next in the line to reach the milestone is opening batsman Tamim Iqbal. He has now scored 3,990 runs in 136 ODIs.  

Tigers shrug off Afghan jitters

Tigers shrug off Afghan jitters

Bangla songs and the slogan "Bangladesh, Bangladesh" shook the Manuka Oval far into the night after Bangladesh's victory over Afghanistan. Everyone was happy, not only because their expectation was fulfilled, but also for the victory was underlined by a clinical performance from the Tigers. The joy with which Mushfiqur Rahim took off the...

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Bangladesh thrash Afghanistan

Bangladesh thrash Afghanistan

Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza led from the front as Tigers struck thrice early defending the total of 267 against Afghanistan in the seventh World Cup 2015 match at Canberra. Mashrafe took two in the first and third overs of the match while Rubel Hassan claimed one in between. Afghanistan were in trouble with their scoreboard beneath double figures.

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Shakib, Mushy sail Tigers' innings

Shakib, Mushy sail Tigers' innings

Bangladeshi all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan and the diminutive wicketkeeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim played sensible partnership, by both crossing half-centuries, today in the ICC World Cup match against Afghanistan at Manuka Oval, Canberra. Shakib was at his imperious best as he went out to bat after Bangladesh had lost several quick wickets. His placement and...

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Shakib enters 4K-run club

Shakib enters 4K-run club

The top all rounder of world cricket, Shakib Al Hasan today became the first Bangladeshi batsman to reach 4,000 One-Day-International runs in the ICC Cricket World Cup match versus Afghanistan at Manuka Oval, Canberra. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src...

‘Shakib should lead’

‘Shakib should lead’

Bangladesh coach Chanidka Hathurusingha expects his ace allrounder Shakib Al Hasan to take a lead role in the World Cup. Shakib, who took part in the recently concluded Big Bash League, is arguably the most experienced cricketer in the side when it comes to playing in Australia. The Sri Lankan also said that while...

Shakib hopes to play with full strength in World Cup

Shakib hopes to play with full strength in World Cup

Bangladeshi ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has expressed hope that tigers will play with their fullest strength in the Cricket World Cup 2015, he wrote in his Facebook status yesterday. He wrote: "We wear our national colors with pride and hope...We will play with our hearts and full strength knowing your undying love and...

Bangladesh fail Irish challenge

Bangladesh fail Irish challenge

Bangladesh 189 (48.2 ov) Ireland 190/6 (46.5 ov) Victory seemed a bridge too far for Bangladesh tigers as they lost their fourth warm up match to Ireland by four wickets. Ireland reached the target of 189 runs losing only six wickets with 19 balls in hand. Andy Balbirnie guided his team to victory with a timely...

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