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  • Mashrafe fractures his thumb

    Bangladesh limited overs captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has fractured his right thumb during the third and final T20 international against New Zealand at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui today.

  • Tigers decide to bowl

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza won the toss and decided to bowl in their second T20 international at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui today.

  • Worker replaces NZ's broken Broom

    In-form batsman Neil Broom was Thursday forced out of the remaining two Twenty20 matches against Bangladesh with a broken finger and replaced by George Worker, New Zealand Cricket said.

  • Who is this Kane 'Willamson'?

    This Willamson guy is only Kane Williamson, captain of the New Zealand cricket team. He joins the list of famous players who have had their names misspelled on their own jerseys.

  • Williamson takes Blackcaps home

    New Zealand beat Bangladesh by six wickets thanks to an unbeaten 73 from skipper Kane Williamson in the first T20I of the series at Napier today.

  • 180-plus a must: Shakib

    Bangladesh's premier all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan did not speak to the press since his arrival in New Zealand. His bat also did not talk

  • Our chance for redemption, says Shakib

    Shakib Al Hasan believes that Bangladesh still have the chance of redemption of some sort going into the T20 part of their long series in New Zealand.

  • Fizz attains career-best rankings in ODIs

    Bangladesh fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman has attained career-best rankings after creditable performances in a three-match One-Day International series which New Zealand won 3-0 at home.

  • Nineties nothing new to Williamson

    Black Caps skipper Kane Williamson has many New Zealand batting records in his sights but most scores in the nineties would have to be one of the most unique.

  • BD suffer a 67-run humiliation at Nelson

    Bangladesh lost the best chance to beat the Blackcaps in their own backyard and the 3-match series 2-0 when they crumbled to a 67-run defeat at Saxton Oval, Nelson today.

  • It was a big opportunity lost for BD

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza expressed his disappointment after his team lost the second ODI by 67 runs and the series 2-0 at Saxton Oval, Nelson today.

  • Mushy out, Nurul in

    Wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has been ruled out of the second ODI against New Zealand and could be sidelined for up to two weeks.

  • NZ to keep bowling the short balls against BD

    The Blackcaps bowlers didn't venture too far into their bag of tricks in Christchurch against Bangladesh on Monday. That is because they didn't need to, as they took five of their nine wickets off short deliveries.

  • Mash, Tigers fined

    Bangladesh have been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate against New Zealand during the first ODI yesterday.

  • 'Bowling lax, fielding lethargic'

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza said had the bowling been disciplined and the fielding up to the mark the first one-day international against New Zealand could have been a closely-fought game.

  • Bangladesh pay the price for lax bowling

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza said had the bowling been disciplined and the fielding up to the mark the first one-day international against New Zealand could have been a closely-fought game.

  • Mushy suffers hamstring injury

    Mushfiqur Rahim suffered a strain in his left hamstring during the first ODI between Bangladesh and New Zealand at Hagley Oval, Christchurch today.

  • BD fall short by 77 runs

    In spite of stiff resistance from the middle order batters, Bangladesh fell short by 77 runs chasing 341 against New Zealand at Hagley Oval, Christchurch today

  • Mustafizur quickly making a mark

    Although pace bowlers usually struggle to put on a positive spin when toiling on the subcontinent, Bangladesh's latest fast-bowling sensation is so far an exception to the rule.

  • Shell-shocked NZ to be aggressive against Tigers

    A thrashing at the hands of Australia had been a salutary lesson for New Zealand captain Kane Williamson and his side would be far more aggressive when their one-day series starts against a confident Bangladesh team on Monday.

  • 'Batsmen need to get good starts'

    Bangladesh have not won a single match in their previous visits to New Zealand. So, ahead of their latest bout against the Black Caps that starts with the Boxing Day ODI at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Monday, questions were asked about whether the Tigers could end the long-standing jinx this time around.

  • A fruitful tour match

    The result of Bangladesh's tour match against New Zealand XI at the Cobham Oval in Whangarei yesterday was a three-wicket defeat for the tourists, but it was a fruitful outing for Mashrafe Bin Mortaza's team ahead of the first ODI at Christchurch on Boxing Day.

  • Tigers taste defeat in tour match

    Bangladesh national cricket team tasted defeat in their 43-over tour match against New Zealand XI when they went down by three wickets at Cobham Oval, Whangarei today.

  • NZ XI beat BD by 3 wickets

    Bangladesh lost the 43-over tour match against New Zealand XI by three wickets at Cobham Oval, Whangarei today.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    Fizz will give BD bowling a boost in NZ

    Bangladesh's bowling department has been significantly boosted for their tour of New Zealand. Talented left arm seamer Mustafizur Rahman has been included in the 15-strong squad, who start the limited-overs leg of their tour with the first ODI at Christchurch on Boxing Day.

  • Shakib leaves for Aus tonight

    Bangladesh allrounder Shakib Al Hasan will leave for Australia tonight to join the 22-member preliminary squad for the upcoming tour of New Zealand scheduled to begin from 26 December, 2016.

  • Dhaka set high mark with 194

    Dhaka Dynamites piled on the highest total of this edition of the BPL so far when they hammered 194 for five against Comilla Victorians at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur

  • 'Proud that he is a symbol of love'

    Every father loves to tell stories of their children and all are unique in their own way. Still, when Golam Mortaza told that story to The Daily Star's Bishwajit Roy it seemed like an out-of-this-world tale. It is because the man behind the story was none other than the larger-than-life figure of Bangladesh cricket, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza.

  • 'Beating Mash most pleasing'

    “Defeating Comilla [Victorians] is not pleasing, but defeating Mashrafe [Bin Mortaza] is,” Chittagong Vikings captain Tamim Iqbal joked after his side's victory at Mirpur.

  • Action shifts to thrill-a-minute cricket

    With the historic England tour done with, focus now shifts to the shortest format of cricket with the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) starting on November 4. Over the next two days The Daily Star Sports will be reviewing the seven participating teams.

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