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Bangladesh spinners stun Kuwait to reach semi-finals

ASIAN GAMES 2014 MEN'S CRICKET

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...

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.

Bangladesh women win silver in Asian Games cricket

Bangladesh women win silver in Asian Games cricket

Bangladesh women won the silver after losing to Pakistan by four runs in the final of the Asian Games Women’s Cricket today. Pakistan women put up a total of 97 runs on the board after choosing to bat first at Incheon of South Korea. The match was later shortened due to rain and the Bangladesh...

ASIAN GAMES CRICKET

Bangladesh women storm into final

Bangladesh women storm into final

Bangladesh's women cricketers today beat Sri Lankans by 25 runs in the second semi-final of Asian Games 2014 at Yeonhui Cricket Ground at Incheon in South Korea. They will take Pakistan in the final match tomorrow. After winning the toss, Bangladesh team decided to bat and scored 95 runs in 20 overs, reports ESPN Cricinfo.com. Middle-order...

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Cricket: Bangladesh women reach semis

Cricket: Bangladesh women reach semis

Bangladesh women cricket team reached the semifinals of the 17th Asian Games today beating Nepal by 81 runs in the quarterfinal at Yeonhui Cricket Ground at Incheon, South Korea. Defeating Nepal in the fourth quarterfinal at the newly built stadium, Bangladesh women go one step forward to inscribe their names in the medals’ tally,...

17th Asian Games Incheon 2014

'Incheon wickets to suit BD spinners'

Bangladesh's hopes of winning gold medals in the Asian Games centres mostly around cricket and the last edition's gold medallists are expected to get familiar pitches in Incheon. The seven newly-laid pitches at the Yeonhui Cricket Ground, which are only six months old, tend to offer low but even bounce and turn for the spinners, according to Badiul Alam Khokon, the former curator of Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium who is now in charge of preparing the pitches here. "The pitches at Yeonhui...

Bangladesh collapse to 2-0 series defeat against WI

Bangladesh collapse to 2-0 series defeat against WI

Bangladesh collapsed to a 2-0 series defeat against West Indies, losing the second and final test by 296 runs with a day to spare on Tuesday. West Indies declared their second innings on 269 for four after Shivnarine Chanderpaul (101 not out) had completed his 30th test century. Jermaine Blackwood (66) had helped put on...

Saqlain's record bowling

Saqlain's record bowling

Bangladesh's bowlers may be struggling on the Caribbean islands, but back at home their spinners continue to dominate. Saqlain Sajib, one of the many slow left-arm spinners who have been waiting along the corridors of a national call up for a while, notched up the best bowling figures for a Bangladeshi in first-class...

Roach five razes Bangladesh

Roach five razes Bangladesh

Bangladesh continued to struggle on their tour of the Caribbean as they ended the second day of the second and final test against West Indies trailing by 276 runs with just three first innings wickets remaining. After their 10-wicket loss in the first test, the tourists were hoping to at least restore some pride...

Tigers fail to hold back WI in 500th Test

Tigers fail to hold back WI in 500th Test

West Indies made a strong start to the second test against Bangladesh, their 500th test match, with a century stand from openers Kraigg Brathwaite and Leon Johnson setting them on the way to a first day total of 246 for three. A small crowd at Gros Islet in Saint Lucia, saw the tourists fail...

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