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  • 13th South Asian games

    No system for foreign staff

    National cricketers have been falling victim of injury one after the other, with wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim becoming the

  • Johnson makes tidy return from back injury

    World number one Dustin Johnson declared himself ready to challenge for victory after a tidy return to competition left him four strokes behind first-round leader Francesco Molinari at the Wells Fargo Championship on Thursday.

  • Rossi suffers another knee injury

    Former Italy international Giuseppe Rossi's bad luck with injuries continued as his club Celta Vigo announced on Monday that the striker would be out for up to seven months after suffering the fourth serious knee injury of his career.

  • Monfils in rehab for achilles heel, patella injuries

    World number 11 Gael Monfils announced Monday that he was to go into rehabilitation for injuries to his patella and achilles heel.

  • Mashrafe bowls after 2 months

    Bangladesh limited overs skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza bowled with a cricket ball for the first time in nearly two months yesterday.

  • Clear CT scan allays fears over Atletico's Torres

    Spanish football breathed a sigh of relief after a CT scan on Fernando Torres revealed the Atletico Madrid striker suffered no traumatic brain injuries in a sickening on-field clash on Thursday.

  • Imrul in focus as 5th round begins

    The focus will be on Imrul Kayes when the fifth round of the Bangladesh Cricket League begins today in Chittagong and Sylhet.

  • Del Potro gets 2017 ATP campaign off on winning note

    Former US Open champ Juan Martin Del Potro got his season off to another successful start at the Delray Beach Open, defeating Kevin Anderson in straight sets and overcoming an opening set tumble in the process.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    Fizz set to return for Sri Lanka tour

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman is expected to make a comeback into Bangladesh's Test squad for the Sri Lanka series.

  • Kayes doubtful for SL

    Imrul Kayes's position in Bangladesh's Test team for the Sri Lanka series, which is expected to be announced tomorrow, is in doubt as the Bangladesh Cricket Board's medical team have yet to deem him fit for the tour.

  • Wade sure that back will hold up

    Australia wicketkeeper Matthew Wade is confident his back problem will not flare up during the team's four-Test series in India, the 29-year-old said on Thursday.

  • Guptill out for 3 SA matches

    New Zealand's in-form opening batsman Martin Guptill will miss the first three matches of South Africa's tour after suffering a hamstring injury, officials said Wednesday.

  • Brain damage in former players fuels 'heading' fears

    Scientists have found signs of brain damage that could cause dementia in a handful of former soccer players, fuelling worries about the danger of frequent knocks from heading the ball or colliding with others on the field.

  • Fizz will play third round

    Left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman will play the third round of the Bangladesh Cricket League starting from today.

  • Question mark over Fizz

    Bangladesh head coach Chandika Hathurusingha said before leaving New Zealand that it would take only 10 minutes to make a squad for the one-off Test against India once he gets the update reports of his three injured players.

  • Lacklustre Atletico held at Alaves

    Atletico Madrid's troubles away from home continued when they were held to a goalless draw at Alaves on Saturday, dropping points on the road for a second consecutive week and losing Uruguay international Jose Maria Gimenez to injury.

  • Bairstow replaces injured Hales

    Wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow will replace the injured Alex Hales in England's squad for three-match Twenty20 series against India, the country's cricket board said on Saturday.

  • Mushy released from hospital

    Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahman has returned to the ground from hospital much to the relief of Bangladesh cricket fans. But the only disappointment for the tough batsman was that he has returned only to see his team struggling to avoid a defeat.

  • Serena follows sister Venus to Auckland exit

    Serena Williams suffered a shock second-round defeat at the Auckland Classic Wednesday following her sister Venus's earlier withdrawal with an arm injury.

  • Mushy out, Nurul in

    Wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has been ruled out of the second ODI against New Zealand and could be sidelined for up to two weeks.

  • Mushy suffers hamstring injury

    Mushfiqur Rahim suffered a strain in his left hamstring during the first ODI between Bangladesh and New Zealand at Hagley Oval, Christchurch today.

  • Bale suffers ankle injury in Real win

    Real Madrid suffered a huge injury scare just 11 days before facing Barcelona in La Liga as Gareth Bale hobbled off with a right ankle injury in the European champions 2-1 win at Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday.

  • Wenger hopes Chile avoid 'suicidal' risk with Sanchez

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Chile will be taking a "suicidal" risk if they select Alexis Sanchez for Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Uruguay as playing the winger could aggravate his hamstring injury.

  • France lose Coman

    Kingsley Coman has been ruled out injured with Thomas Lemar getting his first France callup for Friday's 2018 World Cup

  • 'Proud that he is a symbol of love'

    Every father loves to tell stories of their children and all are unique in their own way. Still, when Golam Mortaza told that story to The Daily Star's Bishwajit Roy it seemed like an out-of-this-world tale. It is because the man behind the story was none other than the larger-than-life figure of Bangladesh cricket, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza.

  • Fizz's return on track

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) will have a better idea regarding Mustafizur Rahman's recovery by the end of this week.

  • Toure apologises to Man City for 'misunderstandings'

    Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure apologises on behalf of his agent for controversial comments which led to his exclusion from the Premier League team.

  • 'Sabbir's stomach pain not serious'

    Sabbir Rahman's participation in the second Test seems a lot more certain as Bangladesh physio Bayjidul Islam told reporters yesterday that Sabbir's stomach pain was not a serious issue and that he is confident that the batsman will be able to play in the second Test in Dhaka.

  • Leicester's Mendy out for five weeks, says Ranieri

    Leicester City midfielder Nampalys Mendy will be out of action for around five weeks after undergoing an surgery on his ankle, manager Claudio Ranieri says.

  • AB De Villiers misses ODI against Ireland

    South Africa captain AB de Villiers is to skip Sunday's one-day international against Ireland to allow further recovery time from an elbow injury ahead of a five-match series against Australia.