• 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.

  • Bangladesh

    Series isn’t over yet, we can still do well in Tests

    With the one-day series done, both Bangladesh and England are now preparing for the two-match Test series, which is scheduled to begin at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong from October 20 onwards.

  • Cool England clinch series

    A disciplined batting performance from England leads them to a four-wicket win over Bangladesh that gives them the ODI series 2-1

  • Fans to deal with Buttler in silence

    Jos Buttler's reaction to Bangladesh players' send-off after his dismissal in the second ODI against Bangladesh and Ben Stokes's reaction after that game had drawn the ire of the Bangladeshi public.

  • Didn’t do anything wrong, won’t say sorry: Mashrafe

    Tigers skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza put a lid on things and says that the events of the second match wouldn’t influence his side in the third ODI on October 12 at all.

  • Mash

    Magnificent Mash levels series

    The series is alive and the roar is set to grow from loud to louder as the caravan moves from Bangladesh's home of cricket in Mirpur to Chittagong for the third ODI on Wednesday, which probably will be the best unofficial final the Tigers have ever been part of in a three-match ODI series.

  • Mash vents his fury

    You have seen him win matches with his swinging deliveries in the past; you have seen him upset the opposition by playing the role of

  • Talks about WC will create unwanted pressure: Mashrafe

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza says that the national team is not concerned about all the talks going around regarding the World Cup qualification and that they are merely focused on the three ODIs that they will be playing against England from tomorrow onwards.

  • Save the wishes for his delivery stride

    He is always the centre of attention, but the spotlight seemed to be shining brighter on him yesterday at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur as Bangladesh ODI and T20I captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza 'celebrated' his birthday.

  • Happy Birthday, Mash!

    One of the most successful captains of the Bangladesh national cricket team was born on this very day. He is the one beats in the hearts of all Bangladeshis and is none other than Mashrafe Bin Mortaza.

  • Bangladesh

    Crossing the line

    Pitch invasion by a fan is nothing new in the sporting world. But in the context of Bangladesh, Sunday night's pitch invasion by what appeared to be an 'emotionally charged' fan while the Tigers were bowling against Afghanistan in the third and final ODI was something unique.

  • Tigers squad for first two Eng ODIs announced

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board announces the Bangladesh squad for the first two ODIs against England:

  • Mosharraf included in squad for third ODI

    Bangladesh Cricket Board announces the 14-man squad for the third and final ODI on October 1 against Afghanistan.

  • Tigers all out for 265

    Tamim Iqbal top-scores with 80 as Bangladesh are bundled out for 265 in the first ODI against Afghanistan

  • 'We will play all-out cricket'

    Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza insists that they will play aggressive cricket when they return to ODI cricket after a long gap in the first ODI against Afghanistan.

  • Mashrafe positive about England's visit

    Mashrafe Bin Mortaza on Wednesday gives out a hopeful note about England's scheduled tour of Bangladesh in October despite security fears.

  • 'Would love to spend more time with my family'

    Approaching completion of his 10th year in international cricket, star Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan sat down with The Daily Star to take a look back on his career so far.

  • ‘Would love to spend more time with my family’

    Approaching completion of his 10th year in international cricket, star Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan sat down with The Daily Star to take a look back of his career so far. Here is a preview of the second of our two-part exclusive.

  • 'Next 2-3 years will be Tigers' golden era'

    Head coach Chandika Hathurusingha talks about the bright future of Bangladesh cricket, his proposed role as a selector and the Dhaka Premier League.

  • Abahani, Prime Bank, Prime Doleshwar win

    Tamim Iqbal-led Abahani, Sabbir Rahman’s Prime Bank Cricket Club and Nasir Hossain’s Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club churned out victories in the third round of the Dhaka Premier League today.

  • Jubair drives Abahani to 7-wicket win

    Playing for Abahani Limited against Kalabagan Krira Chakra, Bangladesh Test leg-spinner Jubair Hossain spun his way to six for 34 on the Dhaka Premier League's opening day, setting up a seven-wicket win for his side.

  • Heat wave has cricketers hoping for rain

    The ongoing heat wave is hitting the cricketers hard as they practise for the upcoming Dhaka Premier League. One of them is even hoping for rain in order to get some relief

  • BAN-IND match the most memorable finish in T20?

    The final-over clash between Bangladesh and India at Bangalore prompts the International Cricket Council (ICC) to rethink it as the most memorable finish ever.

  • 'We now have a base for T20s'

    Despite ending their ICC World Twenty20 campaign on a rather sour note in Kolkata -- the Tigers were bundled out for 70 by New Zealand, their lowest ever T20I score -- Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza believes that the team had made immense progress in T20 cricket in the last three months.

  • Mashrafe to become UN goodwill ambassador

    Bangladesh ODI and T20 skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has the honour of being selected as a United Nations goodwill ambassador.

  • T20 exposes chinks in Tigers’ armour

    When you watch Bangladesh play T20 cricket, it often feels like they are trying to conduct a brain surgery with a shiny, blunt battle-axe. It is a bloody, messy affair.

  • Mushfiq ton, Shakib’s 5 for lead 145-run win

    Bangladesh Tigers ride on Mushfiqur Rahim’s ton and maiden five wicket haul for Shakib Al Hasan to secure a huge 145-run win against Zimbabwe in the first of the three-match series at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium.