ICC WT20 2016 | The Daily Star
  • ‘World T20 loss against India still hurts a lot’

    While Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza's leadership abilities stood out in tough times in the ICC World Twenty20 in India earlier this year, Shakib's all-round show (129 runs and 10 wickets) helped the team come up with a much-improved performance.

  • Windies trio lash out at WICB

    West Indies cricket stars Dwayne Bravo, Chris Gayle and Darren Sammy take potshots at the WICB after their exclusions

  • Mahmudullah takes blame for India loss

    Bangladesh allrounder Mahmudullah says he could not forget the heartbreaking one-run defeat to India in the World T20 and that 'it was my fault".

  • 'WICB the most unprofessional board in the world'

    In a scathing attack on the WICB, West Indies allrounder Dwayne Bravo calls the board "most unprofessional" and its president Dave Cameron an "immature", "small-minded", "arrogant" person, who he believes is at "personal war" with his own players.

  • Pakistan appoints Sarfraz Ahmed new T20 captain

    Pakistan's Cricket Board on Tuesday announces Sarfraz Ahmed as new captain of the T20 team after Shahid Afridi stepped down following his side's humiliating early exit from the World Twenty20.

  • Gayle’s tattoo mystery

    West Indian Chris Gayle, the brawny blaster of a batsman, the man who sets the cricketing stage on fire more often than not was pictured kissing the coveted ICC WT20 trophy without his shirt but with and without his beasty tattoo on his broad chest at the same time.

  • Tamim gets $5000 reward

    Peshawar Zalmi, the franchisee that Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal plays for in the Pakistan Super League announces a reward of 5000 US dollars for the left-hander in a show of appreciation for his performance in the ICC World Twenty20.

  • ICC names WT20 teams of the tournament

    The ICC today announces the teams of the tournament for the men’s and women’s ICC World Twenty20 2016, which finished at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday.

  • Five things we learned from WT20 2016

    Five things we learned from the World Twenty20 tournament after the West Indies' dramatic victory Sunday in the final against England in Kolkata.

  • West Indies lift ICC WT20 cup for the 2nd time

    West Indies upset England by four wickets with Brathwaite’s explosive cameo late in the innings and lift the ICC WT20 2016 trophy at Eden Gardens, Kolkata under the lights.

  • West Indies, England and the skewed WT20 record

    West Indies and England, the two teams which played the fewest T20 Internationals between the last and the current World T20s have made it to the final, and the side that handles the nerves better will emerge victorious at Eden Gardens, Kolkata tonight.

  • West Indies stun India, go to final

    West Indies go to final at the expense of India after the Calypso cricketers come out in front by seven wickets in the 2nd semi-final of ICC WT20 2016 at Mumbai under the lights.

  • Roy, Root take England to final

    Maiden T20i fifty from Roy, late cameos from Root and Buttler gives England a comfortable seven wickets win over New Zealand in the1st semi-final of ICC WT20 2016 at Delhi, India

  • Proteas hand Lankans an 8-wkt pounding

    South Africa easily chase down Sri Lanka’s paltry total of 120 with eight wickets and 14 balls remaining in the Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Delhi under the lights.

  • Pitch for India-Aus match changed to turning track on hosts’ request

    BCCI sources confirms to Hindustan Times that on request of the Indian team management the pitch for Sunday’s all-important game was changed.

  • Kohli takes India to semis

    Unbeaten 82 from Virat Kohli takes India to the semis after they defeat Australia by six wickets in a tense Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Mohali.

  • England go to semis

    England hold their nerve to come out in front by 10 runs despite a valiant 73 from Mathews against Sri Lanka in the Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Delhi, India.

  • Mustafizur makes his mark in T20Is

    Mustafizur grabs his maiden five-for in T20Is, and registers the second best bowling figures in an innings for Bangladesh during the Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 against New Zealand at Kolkata, India.

  • Tigers fold for lowest T20I total

    New Zealand hand Bangladesh a 75-run thrashing and dismiss them for their lowest T20I total in the Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Kolkata, India.

  • West Indies qualify for semis

    West Indies book their place in the semis of ICC WT T20 2016 after defeating South Africa by three wickets at Nagpur under the lights tonight

  • 'Bowlers’ suspension the greatest setback’

    BCB president Nazmul Hasan Papon expresses his frustration at the recent predicament to befallen Taskin Ahmed and Arafat Sunny and pointed out the bowlers’ suspension as the greatest setback for Bangladesh cricket team in this ICC WT20 2016 in India.

  • Aussies give Pakistan a 21-run pasting

    Australia beat Pakistan quite comfortably by 21 runs and keep alive their dreams of semis in the high-scoring Super ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Mohali, India.

  • Tigers fall short by one run

    India keep their hopes of semis alive after they come out in front by one run against a spirited Bangladesh in the Super Ten clash of ICC WT20 2016 at Bangalore under the lights.

  • Tamim to play today

    Bangladesh cricket team’s morale is to be boosted with in-form opener Tamim Iqbal coming back into the fold for the crucial Super Ten clash against India at Bangalore today scheduled to start at 8:00pm local time.

  • Aussies punish Tigers by 3 wkts

    Australia make Bangladesh pay a heavy price for their lackluster display in the field and come out in front by three wickets in the vital Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Bangalore.

  • Saqlain, Shuvagata to board flight tonight

    Saqlain Sajib and Shuvagata Hom will fly tonight to join the national cricket team at Bangalore as replacements for left-arm spinner Arafat Sunny and pacer Taskin Ahmed in the ICC WT20 2016 in India.

  • Kohli takes India to victory over Pakistan

    A brilliant half century under pressure from Virat Kohli enables India to beat Pakistan by six wickets during the Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

  • England stun South Africa by 2 wickets

    England leave the Proteas shell-shocked after they chase down 229 with two wickets and two balls left in the pulsating Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium.

  • Kiwis pip Aussies by 8 runs

    New Zealand come out in front by 8 runs in a riveting contest against Australia during the Super Ten Group 2 match of ICC WT20 2016 at Dharamsala.

  • Bangladesh women’s new milestone

    Although Bangladesh women suffer a 36-run defeat at the hands of England during the 4th match of ICC Women’s World T20 2016 at Bangalore today, they managed to score the highest total in 28 T20Is by reaching 117 for six in the lost cause.