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Tigers fold for 254 in poor batting show

BAN-ZIM 1ST TEST

Tigers fold for 254 in poor batting show

Bangladeshi batsmen only managed to take a 14-run lead while chasing Zimbabwe's 240 runs in the first innings of first Test match at Mirpur’s Sher-e Bangla National Stadium today.

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe

Shakib-like confidence

Shakib-like confidence

"On paper Bangladesh is a better team than visiting Zimbabwe," was the encouraging statement made by all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan yesterday, ahead of the start of the first Test tomorrow at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. He said that the team is only thinking about victory in the series, which is very important...

Jubair exudes confidence

Jubair exudes confidence

A sudden rise and even a quicker fall of Bangladeshi cricketers have been quite a common phenomenon. At the same time there have been players like Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim who held their positions for a long time now. The newest star to appear on the horizon is Jubair Hossain and only...

Repainting never works

Repainting never works

In a recent interview Richard McInnes opined that Bangladesh stagnated because nothing had changed. The former BCB Academy head coach, who had a long stint with Bangladesh cricket in two phases, in his long conversation with Wisden India did not say anything new while pointing out reasons behind Bangladesh's failure in international cricket. Our...

Preliminary squad for Zim series announced

Preliminary squad for Zim series announced

The Bangladesh Cricket Board today announced a 32-member preliminary squad for their series against Zimbabwe scheduled to begin later this month. Ace-allrounder Shakib Al Hasan, who was earlier suspended due to a disciplinary issue, has returned to the squad. The camp for the series will begin tomorrow. Zimbabwe arrive in Dhaka on October 17. The first...

ASIAN GAMES 2014 MEN'S CRICKET

Bangladesh spinners stun Kuwait to reach semi-finals

Bangladesh spinners stun Kuwait to reach semi-finals

Bangladesh have stormed into the semi-finals of men's cricket beating Kuwait by 203 runs in the fourth quarterfinal match at Incheon in South Korea today. The Tigers appeared too strong for their Middle Eastern opponents who had all the troubles chasing a massive total of 224 in 20 overs at the Yeonhui Cricket Ground. Batting...

17th Asian Games, Incheon 2014

Rain helps minnows

Rain helps minnows

Bad weather helped cricket minnows at the Asian Games on Monday as South Korea won a rain-curtailed match to enter the knock-out rounds and Kuwait progressed on a coin-toss. The Koreans, taking part in their first big cricket competition, used their baseball-honed skills to outgun China by six runs in a game reduced to...

Mashrafe to lead Tigers in ODIs against Zimbabwe

Mashrafe to lead Tigers in ODIs against Zimbabwe

Pacer Mashrafe Bin Mortaza will lead the Bangladesh cricket team in the five-match one day international (ODI) series against Zimbabwe in Dhaka scheduled to take place in October. Ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has been made his deputy for the series. On the other hand, Mushfiqur Rahim has been retained as captain of the Test side with opener Tamim Iqbal as his deputy. Bangladesh are scheduled to begin their series against Zimbabwe with three Tests in October. The Zimbabwe Cricket Team are scheduled to arrive in Dhaka on October 17.

17the Asian Games, Incheon 2014

Tigers leave for Incheon today

Tigers leave for Incheon today

Led by Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, the Bangladesh national cricket team will leave here for the Asian Games with hopes of winning the gold medal at the Twenty20 tournament. Both the captain and coach Chandika Hathurusingha have marked Sri Lanka, who they are likely to face in the semifinals, as their main threat in...

Banned no more

Banned no more

Ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan will be eligible to play domestic and international cricket from today as his disciplinary suspension has come to an end. Shakib's suspension was reduced to two months and seven days from six months in August after the left-hander publicly apologised for his disciplinary issues and asked the BCB to reconsider its decision. The player however, will not be able to take part in foreign leagues as the ban on providing him with no-objection certificates till December 31, 2015 remains. While the left-hander thanked the board for reducing his sentencing, he however, declined to make any comment yesterday. Ever since the player was suspended on July 7, the...

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