Nabid Yeasin

May 15, 2022
May 15, 2022

ODI format faces the ultimate challenge

If anything is constant in this modern era, it is the need for continuous adjustments to fit the ever-changing landscape of the sport. Of late, a discernible urge for change in the cricketing world could be sensed with the 50-over format of the game set to take the brunt of the transformation.

May 6, 2022
May 6, 2022

A surreal night of ‘football madness’

It can’t just be luck. But logic doesn’t explain it either. What had transpired at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday night was something so improbable that it almost seems scripted.

May 4, 2022
May 4, 2022

Can City slay the dragon at its den?

The scoreline had read 4-3 in Manchester City’s favour with the away-goal factor no longer in play. And yet, as the players made their way to the dugout at the Etihad Stadium eight days back, the feeling was that Real Madrid have had the last laugh after a roller-coaster 90 minutes of one of the most enthralling first-leg Champions League knockout games in recent memory.

April 30, 2022
April 30, 2022

Onus on BCB to establish the clarity of its vision

A sort of contradictory scenario currently prevails in Bangladesh cricket. Interested cricketers, once considered as potential mainstays of a format, are being ignored from their preferred format while the ones who are reluctant to play are given the opposite treatment.

March 25, 2022
March 25, 2022

No more just mere bystanders

“If your dream isn’t big, you cannot progress. Our dream is big. We want to win away series as we win series at home. We want to win the

March 4, 2022
March 4, 2022

A golden chance to engender inspiration

When the Nigar Sultana-led Bangladesh women’s cricket team march onto the University Oval in Dunedin to play South Africa in the wee hours of Saturday, a brand new chapter in the country’s cricketing history will commence by marking the Tigresses’ first-ever appearance in the ODI World Cup. 

January 21, 2022
January 21, 2022

Often mired in controversy, BPL still suffering an identity crisis

Dhaka Gladiators, Dhaka Dynamites or Minister Group Dhaka? Which team should fans pledge allegiance to?

January 12, 2022
January 12, 2022

Liton’s sparkle the only respite

Aimed at the chest and rising high, Neil Wagner’s brutal bouncer was intended to rattle Liton Das, who was yet to get going in his innings. But the right-hander was up for the task, doing brilliantly to drop his gloves and get his head away -- the textbook way of evading a bouncer.

December 31, 2021
December 31, 2021

Women carry light in a gloomy year

The overwhelming cheer that broke out at the Kamalapur stadium after Anai Mogini’s long-ranger beat India goalkeeper only reflected the sports-crazy nation’s year-long yearning for sporting excellence to boast about.

December 9, 2021
December 9, 2021

Non-existent top-order the only shocking thing!

Bangladesh failed to put up a decent fight against Pakistan in the two-Test series, which concluded yesterday with the hosts’ dramatic innings and eight-run defeat at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.