Abdullah Al Mehdi

Can Tigers' batting thrive as a unit?

Bangladesh’s bowling plans have worked out magnificently, but the cue now begins for the batters to share the burden of responsibility.

1d ago

Tigers reap rewards of planned attack

Clear and concise, Bangladesh’s bowling unit has been decisive in their plans so far, which has put the team on course for a berth in the Super Eight.

6d ago

Tigers need Shakib to make his experience count

Marginal calls, full tosses not being put away or the general inconsistency of Bangladesh top-order were all cause for concern in Bangladesh’s loss to South Africa in New York in a hard-fought contest on Monday. But the situation would not have gotten so desperate had Bangladesh’s key player Shakib Al Hasan left a mark on the game coming in at number four in what was another crucial T20 World Cup game for the Tigers.

1w ago

Will Tigers take responsibility with the bat?

When you are out of form, not much assistance from outside can help you along if you cannot figure out the nature of the problem. Lack of runs in their natural flow has not helped Bangladesh batters’ cause heading into the T20 World Cup in USA and West Indies. Skipper Najmul Hossain Shanto had spoken of knowing their abilities, but did they show enough faith in it themselves?

2w ago

Salahuddin’s masterclass to inspire coaches’ evolution

Ariful Alam Khaled came to Dhaka from Chattogram’s Sandwip, an island located in the north-east of the Bay of Bengal, to attend a coaching workshop in Mirpur on Friday. Cricket has seeped into Bangladesh’s consciousness so greatly that the sport managed to wash ashore to Sandwip.

2w ago

‘Superb Festival’ beckons in unique T20 World Cup

The world will take notice as the 2024 T20 World Cup, set to be played in USA and the West Indies, gets to the red carpet in what would be the very first cricket World Cup in the USA.

2w ago

Shakib’s talent and two sides of Bangladesh cricket’s coin

Shakib is likely to remain relevant by the time the next T20 World Cup comes in 2026.

2w ago

Can Fizz break cycle of regret?

When Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman took part in his first T20 World Cup, he was still in his first year in international cricket. He came into the 2016 T20 World as a prodigious talent, having already bamboozled some of the biggest stars in world cricket.

1m ago
June 20, 2024
June 20, 2024

Can Tigers' batting thrive as a unit?

Bangladesh’s bowling plans have worked out magnificently, but the cue now begins for the batters to share the burden of responsibility.

June 15, 2024
June 15, 2024

Tigers reap rewards of planned attack

Clear and concise, Bangladesh’s bowling unit has been decisive in their plans so far, which has put the team on course for a berth in the Super Eight.

June 12, 2024
June 12, 2024

Tigers need Shakib to make his experience count

Marginal calls, full tosses not being put away or the general inconsistency of Bangladesh top-order were all cause for concern in Bangladesh’s loss to South Africa in New York in a hard-fought contest on Monday. But the situation would not have gotten so desperate had Bangladesh’s key player Shakib Al Hasan left a mark on the game coming in at number four in what was another crucial T20 World Cup game for the Tigers.

June 4, 2024
June 4, 2024

Will Tigers take responsibility with the bat?

When you are out of form, not much assistance from outside can help you along if you cannot figure out the nature of the problem. Lack of runs in their natural flow has not helped Bangladesh batters’ cause heading into the T20 World Cup in USA and West Indies. Skipper Najmul Hossain Shanto had spoken of knowing their abilities, but did they show enough faith in it themselves?

June 2, 2024
June 2, 2024

Salahuddin’s masterclass to inspire coaches’ evolution

Ariful Alam Khaled came to Dhaka from Chattogram’s Sandwip, an island located in the north-east of the Bay of Bengal, to attend a coaching workshop in Mirpur on Friday. Cricket has seeped into Bangladesh’s consciousness so greatly that the sport managed to wash ashore to Sandwip.

June 2, 2024
June 2, 2024

‘Superb Festival’ beckons in unique T20 World Cup

The world will take notice as the 2024 T20 World Cup, set to be played in USA and the West Indies, gets to the red carpet in what would be the very first cricket World Cup in the USA.

June 1, 2024
June 1, 2024

Shakib’s talent and two sides of Bangladesh cricket’s coin

Shakib is likely to remain relevant by the time the next T20 World Cup comes in 2026.

May 20, 2024
May 20, 2024

Can Fizz break cycle of regret?

When Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman took part in his first T20 World Cup, he was still in his first year in international cricket. He came into the 2016 T20 World as a prodigious talent, having already bamboozled some of the biggest stars in world cricket.

May 18, 2024
May 18, 2024

‘Big stage brings the best out of Shakib’

Bangladesh ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is going into the upcoming T20 World Cup as Tigers’ key player in what could be his final bow in T20’s showpiece event.

May 1, 2024
May 1, 2024

'Team bonding' gives 9.8cr-powered Abahani edge

Amid the ongoing heatwave, while the rest of the coaches looked tense as the Dhaka Premier League fixtures at BKSP hung in balance yesterday, Abahani coach Khaled Mahmud Sujon looked at ease, his calmness embodied by Mosaddek Hossain’s knock that helped clinched the title. Despite the team’s financial muscle, there is more to it than meets the eye in Abahani’s 23rd title, says coach Mahmud as he spoke to Abdullah Al Mehdi of The Daily Star.

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