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  • ‘It’s not like we have never won a Test’

    The media were made to wait quite some time for a Bangladeshi cricketer to show up to the mandatory post-day press conference following yet another disappointing showing on the third day of the one-off Test against Afghanistan yesterday.

  • Bangladesh off spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz about ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

    ‘An important chance to adjust’

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz has only recently become a vital member of Bangladesh’s ODI squad, with his off-spin often used to stifle the opposition’s rate of scoring in the middle overs and also, at times, with the new ball. The effervescent 21-year-old proved his value in Bangladesh’s recent triumph

  • Bangladesh off-spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz

    The year of Mehedi's elevation

    After losing Tamim Iqbal, their most dependable opener, to a left knuckle fracture sustained in the first match of the Asia Cup against

  • Mehedi Hasan Miraz

    ‘Winning the title on final day will give us great joy’

    Abahani's Mehedi Hasan Miraz suggests that winning the Dhaka Premier League title on the final day will be greatly satisfying as despite the presence of national team players in the lineup, the tournament was challenging for his team.

  • Miraz’s seven wicket haul floors Dhaka Division

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz takes seven wickets for just 24 runs in 11.4 overs as Dhaka Division innings fold for just 113 runs in the National Cricket League.

  • Proud to play with him: Mehedi

    Young off-spinner Mehedi Hasan was supposed to

  • Mushfiqur advice helped snare Smith

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz says it was skipper Mushfiqur Rahim's advice which helped him get Australia skipper Steven Smith out on the second morning of the Dhaka Test.

  • Shakib, Miraz return home

    Bangladesh cricketers Shakib Al Hasan and Mehedi Hasan Miraz return home after their CPL stint.

  • ‘CPL is a tremendous opportunity for me’

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz, who is heading to the CPL, says that CPL presents a tremendous opportunity for him.

  • Trinbago Knight Riders add Mehedi to CPL squad

    Australia’s Brad Hogg will no longer be available for the 2017 season. TKR have replaced Hogg with Bangladesh’s off-spinning all-rounder Mehedi Hasan Miraz, who will be making his tournament bow.

  • Mehedi drafted in Bangladesh ODI Squad

    Off-spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz has been included in the Bangladesh ODI Squad for the three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka. Mehedi will reach Colombo later today.

  • Hosts lead BD by 139 runs after Day-4

    Sri Lanka reached 268 for 8 in 100 overs and led Bangladesh by 139 runs in their second innings when the umpires called stumps on day-4 of the second Test of the series at Colombo’s P Sara Oval today.

  • Play called off for Day-3, BD trail hosts by 182 runs

    Bangladesh trailed Sri Lanka by 182 runs with one wicket remaining in their first innings when the players left the field for tea on day-3 of the first Test at the Galle International Stadium today.

  • Tigers wilt after inspiring start

    Cricket is a game of fine margins. If the coin had been angled differently when it hit the Galle International Stadium pitch yesterday, maybe it would have been Bangladesh enjoying a batting-friendly pitch and the Sri Lankans toiling away in the heat.

  • 'Best chance to beat Lanka'

    The rain in Colombo yesterday prevented the Bangladesh team from doing any sort of outdoor training. A number of the players instead decided to spend their time sweating it out in the gym.

  • Primed Tigers head to Lanka

    The Bangladesh national cricket team left for Sri Lanka yesterday for a long series that will last for more than a month and, truth be told, this is arguably the most prepared Bangladesh team to travel to the island nation.

  • The good and bad from historic Test

    Bangladesh's short tour of India may be over but they barely have any time to relax. They have returned home and will probably get a week-long break before beginning their camp for the Sri Lanka series set to begin in the first week of March.

  • Lessons from Ashwin

    Bangladesh off-spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz reveals the lessons from a chat with India spin superstar Ravichandran Ashwin after the one-off Test between the teams

  • Bangladesh 41 for 1, trail India by 646 runs

    Bangladesh reached 41 for 1in 14 overs after India declared their first innings at 687 for 6 on the second day of the Test match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad today.

  • We bowled too many short balls: Taskin

    After a day of run plundering by India's batsmen, Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed reflects on where they went wrong and what they need to do on the second day of the first Test

  • Tamim will play first Test

    Good news for Bangladesh. Opener Tamim Iqbal will play the opening Test that starts at the Basin Reserve in Wellington tomorrow.

  • ‘Education keeps your head clear to produce quality results’

    Mehedi is still only 19-years-old, but he had already made a mark and had made a habit of punching above his weight.

  • Waiting for Mehedi

    As wickets tumbled one after the other towards the end of yesterday's afternoon Bangladesh Premier League game, many expected Rajshahi Kings to send in Mehedi Hasan Miraz, as they were running out of batters.

  • Seminal triumph bears valuable lessons

    Is it the right time to look at the bigger picture, beyond Bangladesh's historic 108-run victory in the second Test against England in Mirpur on Sunday?

  • Local toil for international success

    The hero worship is continuing. Mehedi Hasan Miraz is now our new cricketing hero and the 19-year old cricketer deserves the adulation that he has been receiving from all quarters since his spin mastery helped the country achieve their best success in their cricket history.

  • This was not a Test Eng lost, but one which Tigers won

    Tigers have not been given their due for the magnificent manner in which they beat England in a Test match. With a little luck, they could have claimed the series 2-0, and fixed, at least temporarily, the tone of condescension that accompanies them in world cricket.

  • Tigers' win has to be the best possible news for Test cricket

    England's defeat by Bangladesh has come as a shock to the system for cricket.

  • Mehedi returns to Dhaka

    Mehedi Hasan Miraz, the young boy who became the toast of a nation with his 12 wickets in the first Test victory over England returned to Dhaka from Khulna early today.

  • Action shifts to thrill-a-minute cricket

    With the historic England tour done with, focus now shifts to the shortest format of cricket with the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) starting on November 4. Over the next two days The Daily Star Sports will be reviewing the seven participating teams.

  • Mehedi does Ind a big favour before Eng series

    In the two Test matches of his debut series, Miraz took 19 English wickets, including three five-fors. The visiting captain, Alastair Cook, might have struggled to recall his name, referring to Miraz as “one of them”, but he wouldn’t forget this harrowing trial by spin anytime soon.