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  • Dhoni consoles Mahmudullah

    Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni shows that cricket is still a gentleman’s game. At the post-match presentation ceremony, Dhoni expresses his sympathies for Bangladesh team and offered a few consolatory words to Mahmudullah.

  • Mashrafe Mortaza

    Tigers sending the right signals

    After 30 years since their first foray into limited-overs cricket, Bangladesh have become a consistent, competitive side capable of surprising any team at home.

  • Dhoni mentors sublime Sabbir

    When India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni appreciates a player on his team, it means a lot to that player. But when the most successful India skipper takes notice of a player from the rivals' team and privately appreciates him, it means more than just an appreciation.

  • The sweetest win

    Ah, the sweetness that envelopes victory that you know has been your due. Has been coming. Somewhere in cricket's great ledger, the monumental euphoria of Bangladesh's

  • Virat Kohli

    We are not expressing ourselves: Kohli

    Virat Kohli doesn't beat around the bush, makes it clear that he is not happy with the way the things are handled, and underlines the lack of clarity in the players’ minds.

  • BANvIND 3rd ODI in photos

    Bangladesh-India's third one day international match in photos.

  • Raina happy to chip away

    When Suresh Raina appeared at the post-match press conference at the end of the third ODI last night, it was as no surprise because he was one of the very few Indian

  • 'The loss is a lesson'

    At the end of the day, both the team management and the fans will readily acclaim the 2-1 series victory. After all, none of the players had spoken of a series-win prior to the start of the tour.

  • Mustafiz is here to stay

    The Indian cricket contingent may not have kidnapped Mustafizur Rahman, as per Ravichandran Ashwin's suggestion in the pre-match

  • A series of the pacers

    It might have ended on a sour note for Bangladesh. After all, nothing would have been sweeter than achieving a whitewash against a

  • Super Performer Of The Day

    India's captain cool came under heavy criticism after his side surrendered quite meekly in the first two matches against Bangladesh. In

  • Mustafizur equals world record

    Mustafizur Rahman, the young Tiger from Satkhira, equals the milestone of the highest wicket-taker in 3-match ODI series today against India.

  • Bangladesh: From not wanting to lose to getting used to winning

    For years Bangladesh tried not to lose. Now they must get used to the idea of wanting to win, writes Harsha Bhogle.

  • Bangladesh player

    Bangladesh’s psychological edge over India

    Bangladesh look to drive home the advantage against India during the third and final match of the series at Mirpur Stadium on June 24 with two emphatic wins behind them.

  • 'We came up against a wall'

    Ravichandran Ashwin has been one of the more effective Indian bowlers in this tour so far. The off-spinner was given the ball whenever the visitors needed vital breakthroughs.

  • Revitalised Nasir

    He may not be getting many chances to wield his bat lately, but Nasir Hossain, courtesy of his bowling improvement and his athleticism on the field, has become a vital cog in this Bangladesh's line-up.

  • Taskin injured, Jubair called up

    The Bangladesh camp received their first bad news of the series as pacer Taskin Ahmed's injury issues resurfaced yesterday. The pacer, who took two crucial wickets in the first ODI, was diagnosed with a side strain. The diagnosis has hampered Taskin's chances of playing in the third and final ODI against India in Mirpur today.

  • 'Shakib, a true professional'

    Bangladesh's never-experienced-before 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series against India has so far been a masterstroke of Mustafizur Rahman. The 19-year-old left-arm pace bowler was the wrecker-in-chief in those two magnificent victories for the Tigers.

  • Discontent in Indian team?

    The private coaches of India's ODI skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Test captain Virat Kohli have spoken to TV channels, indicating that all is not well in the dressing room.

  • Bangladesh cricketers

    Banglawash threat looms over India

    The world will sit up and notice, if Bangladesh manage to whitewash India by winning the 3rd game of the series on June 24. India will be desperate to avoid being blanked 3-0.

  • Jubair Hossain

    Jubair drafted in for final ODI

    Bangladesh include leg-spinner Jubair Hossain in the squad for the third and final match of the ZA'N ZEE Ice Cream ODI series against India.

  • Nasir Hossain

    Won’t give an inch: Nasir

    A bold and confident Bangladesh look to keep India down on the mat and deliver the finishing blow on June 24 during the third and final game of the 3-match ODI series at Mirpur.

  • Shakib, Mushfiq eye ‘Banglawash’

    With one more match to go against India and the Tigers in peak of their form, Bangladesh cricketers are eyeing for a 3-0 whitewash at the home series.

  • Team India’s drubbing foretold, newspapers say

    Two top Indian newspapers publish editorials saying that the India cricket team’s ODI series loss to Bangladesh was expected to happen.

  • Mustafizur needs to be managed well: Streak

    Bangladesh's pace bowling coach Heath Streak says that there will be a conscious effort to avoid tinkering too much with Mustafizur Rahman's natural bowling abilities.

  • Aamer pleased

    Gearing up for a comeback to international cricket in three months time, Pakistan's banned left-arm pacer Mohammad Aamer said he felt happy to learn that new Bangladesh

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    High of the Tiger

    As the Bangladesh newspapers yesterday eulogized the Tigers for their first-ever series victory over India, with banner headings and blow-up pictures on the front pages,

  • Mustafiz, a baby-faced killer

    A wonder boy! A surprise! The feeling is yet to sink in. The selectors spotted his talent early and did not hesitate to bring him in the senior fold. The team management then trusted his abilities.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    New records on offer for Mustafizur

    Mustafizur appears rather detached from the hype surrounding his success, and he wants to bowl well in the last match against India on June 24.

  • Sunil Gavaskar

    Bangladesh no more ‘kids’ of cricket: Gavaskar

    Indian legend Sunil Gavaskar admires Bangladesh cricket team’s amazing performance in claiming their first ever bilateral series win over India on June 21, 2015 at Mirpur.

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