Nabid Yeasin | The Daily Star
  • Nabid Yeasin

  • Cricket’s summer in a bubble a lesson for everyone

    Despite England’s five-year unbeaten record in home series coming to an end when Australia’s Mitchell Starc swept Adil Rashid for a boundary at Old Trafford in the third ODI on Wednesday, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) would still have been proud of what they achieved this summer -- cricket’s first summer in a bio-secure bubble.
  • BCB boss’s words offer hope

    For a board that has been stressing on the importance of players’ safety and putting their health issues above all since the start of the pandemic,
  • New normal the regular now

    Young Bangladesh opener Saif Hassan tested positive for coronavirus on Tuesday. But did that change any plans in proceedings for other cricketers? The simple answer is no. Players yesterday again resumed individual training at different BCB facilities across the country following a few days’ gap after a few members of the support staff had displayed coronavirus-like symptoms.
  • Smearing a giant the Barca way

    Barcelona and Lionel Messi -- the two names have always been synonymous and the 33-year-old left-footed genius had limitless moments of greatness with the Blaugrana.
  • Can the Tigers spin it right?

    Historically, Bangladesh have been reliant on spin, especially in the longest version. While having spinners bowl the lion’s share of the overs in a Test innings is the norm, there have also been instances of the Tigers taking the field with only specialised spinners and no pacers in the bowling attack.