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  • Malik denies Afghanistan in last over finish

    Experienced batsman Shoaib Malik hit a six and a boundary to pull off a sensational last over three-wicket win for Pakistan against a spirited Afghanistan in the Asia Cup in Abu Dhabi on Friday.

  • Smith, Warner make smashing return

    Disgraced cricketers Steve Smith and David Warner make stunning returns to Australian cricket Saturday, with the pair both notching up big scores in front of some of the largest grade-level crowds the country has seen.

  • Pakistan sneak home in last-over thriller

    Experienced batsman Shoaib Malik hit a six and a boundary to pull off a sensational last-over win for Pakistan against a spirited Afghanistan in the Asia Cup in Abu Dhabi.

  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza not clear about bring Soumya Sarkar

    Mashrafe 'not clear' about decision to recall Soumya, Imrul

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza says that he was on the field of play when the decision to recall discarded national openers Soumya Sarkar and Imrul Kayes for the ongoing Asia Cup was finalised

  • Clinical India crush pitiful Tigers

    Bangladesh’s nosedive in their Asia Cup campaign continues unabated as they succumb to an seven-wicket loss in their Super Four encounter against defending champions India at the Dubai International Stadium.

  • Ill-advised reviews and a fortunate no-ball

    A no-ball that led to a dead ball which led to a wicket, an appeal denied but not ignored, a wasted review that punished an innocent batsman -- some of the moments from Bangladesh's Asia Cup match against India.

  • Another implosion as Tigers shot out for 173

    Bangladesh’s nosedive after losing all-important opener Tamim Iqbal to injury continues unabated as they fail to bat out 50 overs for the third consecutive occasion and are shot out for a sub-par 173 by India in their Asia Cup Super Four match.

  • Mushfiqur Rahim

    Mushfiqur, Fizz return as Tigers asked to bat

    India skipper Rohit Sharma wins the toss and asks Bangladesh to bat in their Asia Cup Super Four match in Dubai

  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza

    Confusion played a part: Mashrafe

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza admitted to being confused during their 136-run thrashing at the hands of Afghanistan in Abu Dhabi on Thursday in their last Asia Cup Group B match.

  • MOMENTS

    Bangladesh's injury concerns and unfortunate scheduling in the Asia Cup combined to provide a debut for left-arm pacer Abu Hider, who had shown in recent T20Is that he was up for a fight.

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