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  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni

    Dhoni's captaincy under scrutiny after defeat

    Indian ODI captain MS Dhoni knows the impending criticism heading his way after losing a bilateral series for the first time in Bangladesh.

  • Tigers' celebration on Facebook (video)

    Bangladesh players take to social media to share moments of joy with their fans after beating India in second ODI on way to sealing first ever series against the former world champions India.

  • Will step down if I'm the reason: Dhoni

    Under-fire India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in a sarcastic tone says that if his removal from captaincy can help Indian cricket move in right direction then he is game for it.

  • Indian media hail Tigers' feat

    Indian media praise Bangladesh cricket team for their brilliant performance in the second ODI to clinch their first bilateral series win over the Men in Blue.

  • Magnificent MUSTAFIZUR

    Brian Vitori of Zimbabwe set a unique record in 2011. In his very first two one-day internationals, the left-armer took two five-wicket hauls.

  • Nasir revels as a bowler

    Mustafizur Rahman might have stolen the show with a gentle twist of his wrist; the left-hander's off-cutters have already been deemed 'legendary' amongst Bangladesh's cricket fans, but spare a thought for Nasir Hossain, whose tidy off-spinners and flawless catching pegged back India in the first 35 overs of the match at Mirpur yesterday.

  • Super Performer of the Day

    Nasir Hossain's contribution in yesterday’s win cannot be undermined. The part-time offie got rid off Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan

  • India can think twice

    Bangladesh sent a strong message to their Indian counterparts by clinching the three-match ODI series last night with one match in hand. A series victory over India for the first time itself is a great achievement for the Tigers, and the brand of cricket they played deserves more accolades and attention from their next-door neighbours.

  • 'Things are going well for us'

    While it was one of those tough days for India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who encountered a hostile press conference with journalists trying to crucify him for yet another disappointing defeat, his Bangladesh counterpart Mashrafe Bin Mortaza received a completely different ovation. One enthusiastic local reporter held the Tigers' captain up while he was on his way to the press conference.

  • Was it a revenge on Dhoni?

    Was Dhoni’s dismissal by Mustafizur a “sweet revenge” of the shoving incident in the first match between Bangladesh and India?