Liton Das

Planning, execution, process coming together for Tigers

Quite a few aspects like planning, execution, and process – things that Bangladesh players resort to while stating their expectations ahead of a game -- came through in their thrilling two-wicket win over Sri Lanka at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas yesterday. 

Will Hathurusingha continue receiving free pass?

More than a year into his contract, Hathurusingha got to see both sides of the coin. In 2023, Bangladesh whitewashed defending champions England, and Afghanistan won a series against Ireland at home and claimed their maiden T20I win over New Zealand in the BlackCaps’ backyard. But less than a year since enjoying their best ever run in the shortest format, the Tigers spiralled down to their lowest point, displaying a severe lack of continuity.

Liton's quest to recover composure

Liton may not be an automatic starter but Bangladesh’s plans could change drastically after just one game at the upcoming main event.

During bad times, you shouldn’t overthink: Liton

“During bad times, you shouldn’t overthink. When you are in a bad phase, the more you think about it, the worse things will get for you,” Liton said

Slow coaches at top an impending problem for Tigers

A show of ‘Power’ had been missing in ‘Powerplays’ for Bangladesh in the past editions of the T20 World Cups, as batters have more often than not failed to make use of the field restrictions in the first six overs -- a handicap that has hindered the team’s fortunes in the competition.

World Cup squad unveiled with reserved expectations

Bangladesh are stepping on to another T20 World Cup, on the back of a disastrous outing in the 2022 edition in Australia. The make-up of the team will possibly not stir a storm in a teacup, but the expectations from the side was nevertheless questioned in context of the recently concluded series against Zimbabwe where the Tigers may not have been tested to World Cup standards.

I hope my bat will smile: Liton 

Bangladesh batter Liton Das backed his style of batsmanship and said he hoped he would come out of his batting rut after he made the headlines for being dismissed in an appalling fashion in the third T20I of the five-match series against Zimbabwe at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram yesterday. 

The Liton Das headache

Liton Das's batting yesterday against Zimbabwe encapsulated Bangladesh's worries going into the T20 World Cup in June, with the top-order failing to find rhythm in the game's shortest format.

Liton in full-swing self-destructive mode

The right-handed opener’s lengthy string of failures has most definitely begun to eclipse the sunshine provided by the few glimpses of sparkling performances which had ample promise to make him a potential world-beater.

June 9, 2024
June 9, 2024

Planning, execution, process coming together for Tigers

Quite a few aspects like planning, execution, and process – things that Bangladesh players resort to while stating their expectations ahead of a game -- came through in their thrilling two-wicket win over Sri Lanka at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas yesterday. 

May 26, 2024
May 26, 2024

Will Hathurusingha continue receiving free pass?

More than a year into his contract, Hathurusingha got to see both sides of the coin. In 2023, Bangladesh whitewashed defending champions England, and Afghanistan won a series against Ireland at home and claimed their maiden T20I win over New Zealand in the BlackCaps’ backyard. But less than a year since enjoying their best ever run in the shortest format, the Tigers spiralled down to their lowest point, displaying a severe lack of continuity.

May 22, 2024
May 22, 2024

Liton's quest to recover composure

Liton may not be an automatic starter but Bangladesh’s plans could change drastically after just one game at the upcoming main event.

May 21, 2024
May 21, 2024

During bad times, you shouldn’t overthink: Liton

“During bad times, you shouldn’t overthink. When you are in a bad phase, the more you think about it, the worse things will get for you,” Liton said

May 19, 2024
May 19, 2024

Slow coaches at top an impending problem for Tigers

A show of ‘Power’ had been missing in ‘Powerplays’ for Bangladesh in the past editions of the T20 World Cups, as batters have more often than not failed to make use of the field restrictions in the first six overs -- a handicap that has hindered the team’s fortunes in the competition.

May 15, 2024
May 15, 2024

World Cup squad unveiled with reserved expectations

Bangladesh are stepping on to another T20 World Cup, on the back of a disastrous outing in the 2022 edition in Australia. The make-up of the team will possibly not stir a storm in a teacup, but the expectations from the side was nevertheless questioned in context of the recently concluded series against Zimbabwe where the Tigers may not have been tested to World Cup standards.

May 8, 2024
May 8, 2024

I hope my bat will smile: Liton 

Bangladesh batter Liton Das backed his style of batsmanship and said he hoped he would come out of his batting rut after he made the headlines for being dismissed in an appalling fashion in the third T20I of the five-match series against Zimbabwe at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram yesterday. 

May 8, 2024
May 8, 2024

The Liton Das headache

Liton Das's batting yesterday against Zimbabwe encapsulated Bangladesh's worries going into the T20 World Cup in June, with the top-order failing to find rhythm in the game's shortest format.

May 7, 2024
May 7, 2024

Liton in full-swing self-destructive mode

The right-handed opener’s lengthy string of failures has most definitely begun to eclipse the sunshine provided by the few glimpses of sparkling performances which had ample promise to make him a potential world-beater.

May 6, 2024
May 6, 2024

‘Liton one innings away from an unbelievable WC’

“Liton Das has so much to offer us. Liton Das is a world class cricketer. He is one innings away from having an unbelievable World Cup.”

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