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  • Fizz heroics go in vain

    Mustafizur Rahman's scintillating four overs went in vain as Sunrisers Hyderabad suffered a six-wicket defeat to the Delhi Daredevils at Raipur.

  • Sussex willing to wait on Fizz

    Considering Mustafizur’s homesickness, Sussex agree to give the 20-year-old extra time off following speculation he was considering pulling out of coming to England altogether once his stint with Sunrisers Hyderabad is completed.

  • Shoaib advises Fizz

    Shoaib Akhtar offers some words of encouragement to Bangladesh left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman during the pre-match show for the game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Daredevils.

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    Homesick Fizz seeking a break

    Homesick Mustafizur Rahman is desperately looking forward to return to his village after his Indian Premier League (IPL) stint ends to spend time with his beloved family members.

  • Fizz touches fifty

    Bangladesh’s bowling wonder Mustafizur Rahman picks up his 50th wicket in T20 cricket when he dismissed Murali Vijay for six in the 46th match of the ongoing Indian Premier League on May 15, 2016 at Mohali, Chandigarh.

  • ‘Went through lots of video analysis to counter Fizz’

    Thursday's outing is only the third time in 11 games that Fizz finished wicketless. Morris had a few words of praise for the youngster and how a few behind-the-scenes analysis helped Daredevils combat the threat posed by the multi-skilled bowler.

  • Fizz’s Sunrisers look to firm up playoff spot

    With Australian opener David Warner at the helm, Sunrisers Hyderabad defy all odds with their four-pronged pace attack, and managed to climb to the top of the points table despite a precarious start to their campaign.

  • Sussex want Fizz to play

    Mark Davis, coach of Sussex County Cricket Club, wants the latest bowling sensation of Bangladesh Mustafizur Rahman to play the NatWest T20 Blast, and then remain at the club until late August to play in the Royal London One-Day Cup.

  • Sunrisers hold nerve to take top spot

    Despite a superb six-wicket haul by leg-spinner Adam Zampa, Rising Pune Supergiants suffer a narrow four-run loss against Sunrisers Hyderabad to end their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stage.

  • The Grip that gripped IPL

    The in-thing in the ongoing Indian Premier League, the 20-year-old lanky pacer from Bangladesh who leaves the world’s top batsmen at sixes and sevens with his sensational variations is recognized for his unusual grip of the ball.

  • Tigers best of many in T20 World Cup

    Some of the individual performance of Bangladesh in the Twenty20 World Cup has been a feat unbeaten through the tournament, though the team could not pass on from the group stage.

  • Mustafiz to play in IPL for Hyderabad

    Bangladesh pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman's success stories seem to have no end. His fabulous success with the national team in 2015 made him one of the most sought-after young cricketers all around the world, with Indian Premier League (IPL) side Sunrisers Hyderabad offering him a contract. He has now become the sixth Bangladeshi cricketer to receive a contract in the IPL.