• WI to meet Tigers in semis

    West Indies secure the last semi-final spot of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 when they defeat Pakistan by five wickets in the quarter-final match at Fatullah.

  • The rondo behind U19 Tigers’ athleticism

    Young Tigers' fielding during this World Cup has certainly caught the eye. The players have shown all-round athleticism in creating run-out opportunities and cutting out singles inside the 30-yard circle.

  • ‘Wasn't desperate for an IPL contract’

    Mustafizur Rahman announced himself to the world by decimating India last year, and now has earned a spot in IPL with Sunrisers Hyderabad.

  • Sri Lanka leap to semis

    Sri Lanka advance to the semis of ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 after they easily defeat England by six wickets at Mirpur stadium today.

  • Ramiz’s Tamim intro shocks netizens

    Pakistan’s former cricketer Ramiz Raza sends tremors across the internet when his awkward introduction to Bangladesh’s renowned opener Tamim Iqbal during a post-match ceremony of PSL went viral.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    IPL: Sunrisers snap up Mustafizur for $2 lakh

    Sunrisers Hyderabad buy Bangladesh’s bowling sensation Mustafizur Rahman during the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2016 auction for $208,000. Hyderabad owners and coaching staff decided to bring another left-arm bowler in their camp after New Zealand’s’ Trent Boult, and Mustafizur Rahman was the first name in their consideration set.

  • India in semis, beat Namibia by 197 runs

    India advance to the semi-finals of ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 after brushing aside Namibia by 197 runs at Fatullah stadium today.

  • U19 CWC: Tigers roar into the semis

    Bangladesh storm to the semis of ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 after defeating Nepal by six wickets in the quarter-final match at Mirpur.

  • South Africa brush aside Ireland

    South Africa defeat Ireland quite comfortably by eight wickets in the 9th place play-off match of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh.

  • New Zealand quicks Boult, Henry destroy Australia in first ODI

    New Zealand strike bowlers Trent Boult and Matt Henry destroy world champions Australia and set up a comprehensive 159-run victory in their opening one-day international in Auckland.

  • India favourites for World T20: Lara

    Brian Lara, West Indies batting legend, has branded hosts India as favourites in the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 Championship in 2016.

  • Pakistan beat Sri Lanka, to meet WI in quarter-finals

    Pakistan defeat Sri Lanka by 23 runs to finish top of Group B and will face West Indies in the quarter-finals on February 8 at Fatullah.

  • Impressive Bangladesh seek to raise the bar

    Bangladesh have never gone past the quarter-finals of the Under-19 World Cup, but there are heightened expectations from them in this edition, with their team ending the group stage with three wins from three matches.

  • Young Tigers crush Namibia by 8 wickets

    Bangladesh beat Namibia by eight wickets in the final Group A fixture of ICC U19 World Cup at Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium, Cox's Bazar.

  • Young Tigers thru to U19 quarter-finals

    Bangladesh Tigers secure a huge 114-run win over Scotland to move to the quarter-finals of ICC U19 World Cup.

  • Virat Kohli

    Kohli clarifies Smith send-off

    Virat Kohli, under fire for giving Steven Smith a send-off during the first Twenty20 International at the Adelaide Oval clarifies his stance on the incident.

  • India give New Zealand a 120-run beating

    India blow away New Zealand by 120 runs in the 12th match of the ICC U19 CWC 2016 in Mirpur today.

  • ICC stands by Spidercam

    Dave Richardson, the ICC Chief Executive, makes it clear at a promotional event in Mumbai that the Spidercam would be used in the upcoming World Twenty20 in India.

  • England thrash West Indies by 61 runs

    England overwhelm West Indies by 61 runs thanks to a brilliant day on the field with the bat and ball in the 7th match of the U19 ICC CWC at Chittagong.

  • Tigers U19 bowler reported for suspect action

    Bangladesh’s off-spinner Sanjit Saha has been reported with a suspect bowling action during the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016.

  • India brush aside Ireland

    India win the 5th match of the ICC U19 CWC 2016 when they brushed aside Ireland by 79 runs at Mirpur today.

  • England give Fiji a 299-run burial

    Dan Lawrence and Jack Burnham's centuries give England U19 a massive win over Fiji U19 in their Group C game in Chittagong today.

  • Stadium announcer reprimanded for Amir taunt

    New Zealand Cricket have admonished a stadium announcer for taunting Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir during the third T20 on Friday.

  • ICC U-19 World Cup: Dream start for Bangladesh

    Bangladesh win the opening game of the ICC U19 CWC 2016 in Chittagong against South Africa by 43 runs today.

  • Hafeez comes to Amir’s rescue

    Seeing a section of the crowd at Wellington taunting Mohammad Amir during the 1st ODI between New Zealand and Pakistan with some currency notes, Mohammad Hafeez comes to the rescue of his teammate.

  • ORS, not DRS for India

    Indian team wants an Overall Review System (ORS) in place of the DRS, keeping in mind the 13 home Tests this season.

  • U19 Tigers hunt down England

    Bangladesh U19 cricket team win their second warm-up game of the ICC Under-19 World Cup when they overwhelm England by 97 runs at Chittagong.

  • Shakib No. 2 in ODI bowlers' ranking

    Bangladesh ace allrounder receives a boost for his consistent performance in one-day cricket with the ball last year as he moved up to the number two spot in ICC ODI bowlers’ rankings.

  • The day when Shahriar made the Aussies pay

    On January 25, 1986, the dashing left-handed opener Shahriar Nafees was born. He exploded on to the scene in 2006 with a brilliant maiden hundred against the mighty Aussies at Fatullah. Let’s recall that awesome knock on his special day!

  • ‘Kohli still has a lot to learn from Dhoni’

    Syed Kirmani, former wicketkeeper feels MS Dhoni should not be pushed to leave the team after suffering his third successive ODI series defeat as captain in Australia and be replaced with Virat Kohli.

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