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'I can take my country forward'

'I can take my country forward'

Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has thanked the Bangladesh Cricket Board for 'keeping faith' in the player and giving him a chance to lead the Tigers for the second time in his career. The 'Narail-Express', who was named Bangladesh's ODI captain for the Zimbabwe series yesterday, was first assigned the responsibility in 2009 when he took...

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.

Wickets fall en masse

A topsy-turvy Day 3 at the Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium -- which witnessed 18 wickets fall -- saw both Bangladesh A and their Zimbabwe counterparts get bundled out yesterday. The hosts, who finished the day on 43 for 1, now need to score 61 more runs in their second innings on the final day to win the first of two four-day encounters.   With an overnight score of 162 for 3, the hosts were expected to amble past Zimbabwe A's...

Zimbabwe end 31-year wait

Zimbabwe end 31-year wait

Captain Elton Chigumbura hit a fluent half-century as Zimbabwe secured a famous three-wicket win over Australia, only their second ever victory over the four-times world champions, in the triangular series on Sunday. After electing to bat, Australia were restricted to 209 for nine in their 50 overs, a target Zimbabwe reached with two overs...

'Focus on fresh start, not just Shakib'

'Focus on fresh start, not just Shakib'

Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusingha has said that it would be unfair to call the Bangladesh team weak without the presence of ace allrounder Shakib Al Hasan. Shakib, who has been suspended from international cricket for six months, will not be able to take part in Bangladesh's tour of the West Indies in August and their home series against Zimbabwe in October.   When asked if Shakib's suspension would affect the team Hathurusingha said, “It's very unfair to think that way because there are another 10 players playing. It's a team. For me it's the Bangladesh team. Whoever replaces him or whoever comes into the team, I expect them to do their...

Shakib banned for six months

Shakib banned for six months

In a one-of-a-kind decision the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) yesterday suspended all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan from taking part in any competitive cricket for six months. The left-hander has also been barred from taking part in any foreign competitions until December 31, 2015. The decision was taken during a board meeting at Mirpur. The board's...

Streak Tigers’ new bowling coach

Streak Tigers’ new bowling coach

Former Zimbabwean pacer Heath Streak has been appointed as the specialist bowling coach of the national cricket team, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) officially announced today. “Streak has been appointed on the post for next two years and will be working for 450 days with the Tigers during the period,” Jalal Yunus, media committee chairman of BCB, said at his Sher-e Bangla National Stadium office in Mirpur. He [Streak] was the most discussed name for the position as the Tigers' home series against India is on the verge, Jalal added. The Zimbabwean will arrive in Bangladesh by next month, sources said.  Streak has a reputation for his controlled bowling length, stamina and strict economy...

Flying Dutchmen

Whew! Who would have thought the India-Pakistan match would be the dullest of the day? We have gone from the luck of the Irish to Dutch daring in the blink of an eye. It was supposed to be a contest between Zimbabwe and Ireland -- in fact, Zimbabwe were deemed to have one foot out the door because going by form the Irish were expected to beat Netherlands who were looking a little out of sorts, until yesterday evening that...

Dutch defy the odds

The Netherlands painted the Sylhet Cricket Stadium orange as they qualified for the ICC World Twenty20 Super 10s from Group B with a stunning six-wicket victory against Ireland yesterday. One can't anticipate more fascinating batting fireworks, especially from an Associate nation, in T20 cricket than what the Dutch did to break the Irish as well as Zimbabwean hearts and confirm a place in the Group B along with Sri Lanka, New Zealand, England and South Africa. While everybody was busy calculating...

WT20 ZIM VS UAE

Zimbabwe win by 5 wickets

Zimbabwe win by 5 wickets

Zimbabwe won by 5 wickets with 38 balls remaining in their must-win match against United Arab Emirates at Sylhet stadium today. With a pinch-hitting slog performance, United Arab Emirates put a score of 116 runs for Zimbabwe, losing nine wickets, to chase in a first round match of ‘Group B’ of World T20. State-run Bangladesh...

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