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  • Tigresses annihilated

    Salma Khatun had promised better batting but things went from bad to worse in Bangladesh's opening match at the ICC Women's

  • Bangladesh's debacle dependency

    When 20-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer was asked what set him apart from his peers, he philosophically mused: "Maybe they

  • 'A win would be huge'

    Zimbabwe have nothing to lose after an emphatic victory in Sylhet and instead the second and final Test against Bangladesh is a good

  • Tigers searching for a brilliancy

    Despite the series-deciding second Test between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe set to begin the next day, it was the news of two of the

  • Bangladesh Cricket News

    An elephant named Hamilton

    The alarming size of the elephant in the room is a reflection of the esteem with which Mahmudullah Riyad is held by the Bangladesh team, the media and the fans. The elephant has a name and a number -- Hamilton 2010. One of Bangladesh cricket's best batsmen, and perhaps its most elegant, has not hit a Test century since his maiden ton in the Hamilton Test against New Zealand in February 2010.

  • England end away drought

    England claimed their first away Test victory in 13 matches on Friday with a commanding 211-run win against Sri Lanka in Galle, with Moeen Ali claiming his second four-wicket haul of the game.

  • Aussies snap losing streak

    Australia skipper Aaron Finch praised his "outstanding" bowlers Friday after they snapped a seven-game losing streak by beating South Africa, boosting their confidence while keeping the ODI series alive.

  • Legend Herath calls time

    Sri Lankan spin bowling legend Rangana Herath has announced his retirement as the 8th highest wicket taker with a total of 433 wickets in the first Test match against England at Galle.

  • U-19s end tour with series loss

    The Bangladesh Under-19 team faced a 19-run defeat in the Duckworth-Lewis- Stern method against their Sri Lankan counterparts in the fifth and final youth ODI to lose the five-match series 2-1 in Katunayake yesterday.

  • Warne offers to help beleaguered Cricket Australia

    Spin king Shane Warne put his hand up Friday to help Australian cricket out of its current spiral and urged the sport's beleaguered governing body to make better use of other former top players.

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