After a disastrous Test series, the focus for Bangladesh now shifts toward the three-match T20I series. Will the Tigers be able to take inspiration from the last West Indies tour and turn things around this time as well?
The AFC Asian Cup is a tournament to determine excellence in Asian football. Although Bangladesh played in the main round of the tournament for the first time in 1980, the team has never qualified for the main round since then.
One of the biggest success in the history of Bangladesh women’s football came in the hands of under-19 women footballers in 2021. Young Tigresses snatched the title by defeating India 1-0 in the final of SAF U-19 Women's Championship. The winning goal came from Anai Mogini's feet.
Crisp passing, brilliant dribbling, coordinated attacks through either flanks and tight defending resulted in truly scintillating performances for Bangladesh on the way to clinching the title of the SAFF U-19 Women's Championship. But it was far from an easy task for the girls, who had to cross multiple hurdles to reach these heights.
Bangladesh cricketers are now free to start preparations in full force for the two-match Test series against New Zealand, scheduled to start from January 1, as the results of the Covid-19 tests that the Tigers underwent yesterday returned negative today.