THURSDAY, APRIL 02, 2015

Bangladesh Cricket Board

  • Bangladesh supporter

    World Cup parodies

    The Cricket World Cup of 2015 generated tremendous public interest as it created more spoofs than any previous World Cup. The

  • Tigers

    A searchlight for a spotlight

    WE shall know soon enough which is the champion nation of contemporary one-day cricket.

  • Rousing welcome for Tigers

    Tigers return home to a rousing welcome by several thousand of cricket fans at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka

  • BCB vs PCB logo

    Pakistan govt clears tour to Bangladesh

    Pakistan will tour Bangladesh in April for a full series involving all three formats with the Pakistan government giving the board the green signal

  • Bangladesh's players

    Plucky Bangladesh win back nation's trust

    Before Bangladesh left for Australia in January, the players and coaches routinely mentioned that the team's primary target was to reach the World Cup quarter-finals.

  • Cheers to our national cricket team!

    WHEN Bangladesh graduated to the quarter-finals, it raised the expectation that the contest would be highly competitive and that Bangladesh was to give a fight.

  • Memes as cricket fever grips Bangladesh fans

    Bangladesh cricket fans have expressed their excitement through the creative forum of memes ahead of the match against India in the quarter final

  • Mashrafe Mortaza

    Bangladesh vs India: their strengths

    All set to play their first quarter final match in the cricket World Cup tomorrow, the fearless Tigers are ready to halt the Indian juggernaut, who are on their mission to defend their status as the champions

  • Bangladesh fans

    Tigers ease past Scots

    Bangladesh thumped authority over Scotland at Nelson today chasing down one of the highest World Cup scores ever and winning the match by six wickets. However, Bangladesh remained number four in the Pool A chart second to Australia for run rate calculations. However, chances of Tigers in the quarterfinals emerged strong.

  • Soumya Sarkar's wristy whip for four at Manuka Oval was unquestionably the perfect shot for that particular ball

    Soumya Sarkar's shot in the dark

    In dreams a woman or man you do not know may step out into view, and some quality pressing out of them is so unsettling, yet in such sharp focus, it is like they are sunset-lit.

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