Abdullah Al Mehdi | The Daily Star
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  • Stop talking to pacers about slow wickets: Wasim

    Anyone who has seen Wasim Akram run in and bowl from the striker’s end would know that strange feeling -- a mixture of awe and fear of what is coming at them.
  • Kohli bares his secrets

    India’s batting maestro Virat Kohli is known for his steady resolve and endurance in the most difficult of chases.
  • Self analysis the way to level up: Salahuddin

    Many national cricketers have fallen by the wayside after promising starts to their careers. The likes of Nasir Hossain, Suhrawardi Shuvo, pacer Shahdat Hossain and more recently Sabbir Rahman had shown early promise but did not blossom into regular performers for the national team and failed to feature for the side regularly.
  • Consolidating in the times of coronavirus

    “There are times when we back into a corner with no place left to back into … and then we go on attack and become mentally stronger,” Mashrafe Bin Mortaza reminisced on his injury troubles -- seven knee surgeries and more -- during an online meet with Tamim Iqbal on Monday night.
  • ‘We’ve failed to develop human resources’

    Nazmul Abedin Fahim is one of those few souls who had a purposeful hand in leading Bangladesh cricket against immense challenges.