Abdullah Al Mehdi | The Daily Star
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  • Shakib, in his own genre of self-isolation

    “There has been criticism of him not training here and going off to the IPL and things like that, but Shakib [Al Hasan] does his talking on the field.
  • A matter of livelihood for domestic cricketers

    “I feel the situation will improve little by little but if you think that things should resume when situation becomes very good, by that time cricketers won’t be able to survive,” Shamsur Rahman Shuvo said while talking to The Daily Star when asked about the difficulty that the pandemic has brought.
  • A clear picture for resumption

    “Don’t know when we will be able to play Test match again,” star batsman Mushfiqur Rahim tweeted alongside a picture of the second Test between England and the West Indies on Monday night.
  • ‘What a game of cricket’

    When Shannon Gabriel walked off the field after his five-for on the fifth and final day of the Southampton Test, helping bowl England out for 313 for a chase of 200 for the Windies, there was no cheering crowd to give him an apt send-off back to the dressing room.
  • Asia Cup postponement to put BCB’s resumption plans on hold?

    Words have been exchanged between relevant boards, at least through the media, with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) media director saying yesterday that BCCI president Sourav Ganguly’s announcement of the cancellation of the Asia Cup, holds no weight.