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  • Ord turns to youth to break Glass today

    Bangladesh national football team will play their second and final warm-up match against Bangkok Glass FC in Thailand today, in what will be their final preparation game before the FIFA friendly against Laos on March 27.

  • 'Ash should've been top of the charts'

    Bangladesh Cricket Board director and Abahani coach Khaled Mahmud was not overly impressed with disgraced former national captain

  • UAE put Zim on the brink of exit

    UAE put Zimbabwe on the brink of elimination from the World Cup Qualifiers when they pulled off a sensational three-run (D/L method) win at the Harare Sports Club ground yesterday.

  • Khaled Mahmud

    'Youngsters' lack of consistency a concern'

    After their run to the T20I tri-nation Nidahas Trophy final in Sri Lanka this month, there is a feel-good factor surrounding the

  • Courtney Walsh

    Walsh can continue as head coach, Mahmud opines

    Khaled Mahmud suggests that Courtney Walsh was fantastic during the Nidahas Trophy and in case a head coach is not found within April then Walsh can continue fulfilling the role.

  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza

    Mash, Menaria dominate first phase

    On completion of the first phase of the Dhaka Premier League on Tuesday, two interesting names topped the list of achievers --

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    'Mustafizur really bowled well in that over'

    India all-rounder Vijay Shankar, who was beaten four times by Mustafizur Rahman during a crucial over in the final of the Nidahas Trophy, admits that Fizz bowled really well.

  • Brett Lee and Rubel Hossain

    ‘Hold your head high’, Lee reassures Rubel

    Former Australia quick Brett Lee reassures Rubel Hossain that Bangladesh are proud of him.

  • Afghans grind out a draw

    A resolute Afghanistan Under-17 team ground out a draw against their Bangladesh counterparts at Nodia, Kolkata yesterday.

  • Halsall resignation accepted by BCB

    Bangladesh national cricket team assistant coach Richard Halsall resigned from his post citing 'family considerations'. The Bangladesh

  • Sk Jamal complete Super League line-up

    On an eventful last day of Dhaka Premier League's first phase yesterday Legends of Rupganj missed a chance to finish at par with

  • Bangladesh assistant coach Richard Halsall

    Halsall quits as Tigers’ assistant coach

    Bangladesh assistant coach Richard Halsall ends a three-and-a-half year association with the Tigers.

  • Shakib Al Hasan broke dressing room door

    Report claims Shakib broke dressing room door

    Sri Lankan newspaper The Island claims that Shakib Al Hasan was the one who was responsible for the damage to the dressing room door during Bangladesh's victory against Sri Lanka.

  • Mohammad Ashraful

    Ashraful ton in vain

    Mohammed Ashraful third ton in this season's Dhaka Premier League (DPL) goes in vain as Mohammedan Sporting Club win by two wickets at Savar's BKSP.

  • Shakib Al Hasan drops in ICC T20 all-rounder rankings 2018

    Shakib drops to 3 in T20 all-rounder rankings

    Bangladesh's ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan drops to number three in ICC T20 rankings for all-rounders while Mustafizur Rahman is the only Tigers' bowler in the top 10 of the T20 bowlers' rankings.

  • Mahmudullah Riyad against Sri Lanka in their Nidahas Trophy match

    'Mentally much stronger now'

    Former Bangladesh captain Habibul Bashar believes that Tigers are finally breaking into their mould in T20 format.

  • PSL Logo

    Tamim, Riyad off to Lahore

    While most of the national cricketers including skipper Shakib Al Hasan returned home yesterday morning from Colombo, opener

  • 'Slowly gaining confidence in T20Is'

    The Nidahas Trophy final may have been lost in one of the most painful endings in Bangladesh cricket history with India batsman

  • hit cricket ball

    Colts set for win in Baroda

    The Bangladesh Under-17 team were in pole position to win a second three-day contest against their Afghanistan counterparts in Baroda yesterday.

  • Soumya Sarkar

    A largely positive tour

    The Bangladesh team returned yesterday from a T20I tri-series in Sri Lanka battered, bruised and weary, but they returned with their cricketing reputation bearing a new sheen.

  • Former Australian cricketer Brett Lee

    Lee Praises Rubel

    Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee is impressed by Bangladesh paceman Rubel Hossain and praises the bowler’s ability to keep the seam upright.

  • Bangladesh players

    The boys played like heroes, says BCB president

    Despite the Tigers’ defeat to India in the final of the Nidahas Trophy tournament, the team managed to put up a brave fight in most of the matches and BCB president Nazmul Hassan says that the players played like heroes.

  • Nurul Hasan Sohan and Thisara Perera

    Sohan reveals angry exchanges with Thisara

    Bangladesh cricketer Nurul Hasan Sohan, upon returning to Dhaka reveales what was said between him and Thisara Perera.

  • Rubel celebrates wicket in Nidahas Trophy Final

    Rubel asks for forgiveness

    Bangladesh paceman Rubel Hossain apologizes to Tigers' fans after an expensive over.

  • Mushfiqur Rahim

    'We are slowly gaining confidence in T20s'

    Mushfiqur Rahim suggests that Tigers are slowly getting the hang of the T20 format and believes that with more confidence they will make a stronger comback.

  • What they said: Karthik's Moment

    Amazing victory by #TeamIndia. Superb batting by @DineshKarthik. A great knock by Rohit Sharma to set the platform.

  • They play fearless cricket: Rohit

    Despite having made his debut over 14 years ago, wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik has been in and out of the Indian team,

  • Shakib Al Hasan in Bangladesh vs India Final

    'I would hand Rubel the ball again'

    After Bangladesh had endured such an emotional path to the final of the Nidahas Trophy following a torrid six months in

  • Bangladesh vs India Final in Nidahas Trophy 2018

    Tigers into the blues again

    Tragic heroes they remain. After four abortive attempts the Tigers were tantalisingly close to winning a tournament of repute for the

  • Tigers great against pacers, meek against spin in final

    Tigers' batsmen struggle against spin but India pacers concede 126 runs in 12 overs.