Former Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza hailed Bangladesh’s remarkable series win over reigning T20 World Cup champions England but said that it was not the same as the series wins against Australia and New Zealand at home.
A service called “Doctors’ Safety Chamber” has been set up in front of Narail Sadar Hospital to ensure safety of its doctors, nurses and other staff members working on the front lines, taking care of coronavirus patients.
Ahead Bangladesh vs India match Mashrafe Mortaza and his family opted for a day and a half of quiet repose in the rural comforts of the Welsh region of Snowdonia. Mashrafe reached the small town of Snowdon, a town in Gwynnedd county, built around Wales’s highest mountain bearing the same name.
It is more important that this buzz does not enter the dressing room. Because if it does, there will be pressure. So the further they stay away, the more freely they can play.” “In the first match Riyad performed his role. In the last match [against England],
On the eve of their first World Cup match against South Africa on June 2, Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza talked about the importance of sticking to their own game plan rather than setting a standard set mainly by hosts England of scoring more than 350. They played their own game of building partnerships and accelerating from a solid platform, scored 330 for six and won by 21 runs against South Africa.
If things go as planned and injury does not sideline the country's most popular cricketer Mashrafe Bin Mortaza leading up to next year's ICC World Cup, Bangladesh might present an MP [Member of Parliament] at the global showpiece event.
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader says that time has yet to get momentum for Bangladesh’s cricket sensations Mashrafe Mortaza and Shakib Al Hasan to participate in the politics.
When Mashrafe Bin Mortaza was sitting beside Steven Smith, he looked the more disappointed of the two captains before the post-
It was in April 2015 when the two teams last met in 50-over cricket and Bangladesh simply knocked Pakistan out to whitewash them in the three-match ODI series at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.