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  • 'This is the beginning of something very big'

    Implementing new strategies has been a trademark of Bangladesh head coach Chandika Hathurusingha's tenure in since his arrival in

  • Let the salute remain a mystery

    “I don't know. Let some things remain a secret,” chuckled Shakib Al Hasan when asked why he celebrated Ben Stokes's wicket with a salute. That is all he said and then paused for the next question of the interview.

  • Hope we play more series against big teams: Mushfiqur

    Mushfiqur Rahim was lavish in his praise for the 19-year-old spinner, who according to the Bangladesh captain exceeded all expectations. "We always knew he (Mehedi Hasan) is going to shine. We did not think, he will in this series though. He is going to have a great prospect for Bangladesh in future."

  • Reaction to Tigers' historic win over England

    Enjoy the reaction of players and organizations after Bangladesh national cricket team creates history and defeats England for the first time in Test cricket.

  • Sloppy England let Bangladesh slip away

    Careless, callous and clumsy when under the pump…the lackadaisical performance from England allowed Bangladesh to extend their lead and pull away from the visitors in the second and final Test match of the series at Dhaka.

  • Tigers create magic and history in Mirpur

    After taking 10 wickets in a session, Bangladesh win their first Test against England when they beat the visitors by 108 runs to level the series at Mirpur stadium.

  • Don't want to chase over 250: Woakes

    England pacer Chris Woakes was part of a 99-run ninth-wicket partnership that saved the visitors from conceding a huge lead to Bangladesh and effectively kept them in the game.

  • Play called off for the day due to rain

    After restricting Bangladesh to 220, England are at 50 for 3 when play is called off for the first day of the second Test match of the series at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka

  • Will Tigers continue their resurgence at Dhaka?

    After winning the thrilling first Test in Chittagong by 22 runs earlier this week, England will be eager to extend its 100 percent record against Bangladesh when the teams face off again in Dhaka on Friday (October 28) for the second and final Test.

  • Tigers expose England shortcomings

    This tour of Bangladesh has been seen by many as a glorified warm-up before the main event of England’s winter begins. Yet this emerging nation showed they are a side who should be feared in home conditions after giving Alastair Cook’s side an almighty scare in the closest Test finish since England beat Australia by 12 runs in the opening match of the 2013 Ashes series at Trent Bridge.

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