Bangladesh quick Rubel Hossain took to social media to announce his retirement from Test cricket today.
There have been some suggestions that the Bangladesh pacers do not want to play home Tests. Pacer Rubel rubbished such noises and said it’s a complete lie.
There were high expectations for fast bowler Rubel Hossain since making his debut for Bangladesh in 2009. The cricketer from Bagerhat has gone through many ups and downs in his career and is now the side's second-most experienced pacer after Mashrafe Bin Mortaza.
Former Australia quick Brett Lee reassures Rubel Hossain that Bangladesh are proud of him.
Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee is impressed by Bangladesh paceman Rubel Hossain and praises the bowler’s ability to keep the seam upright.
Bangladesh paceman Rubel Hossain apologizes to Tigers' fans after an expensive over.
Bangladesh paceman Rubel Hossain finally receives the required security clearance and will be leaving for South Africa tonight.
Bangladesh pacer Rubel Hossain’s participation in the South Africa series is in doubt following his failure to obtain necessary security clearance.
With a slinging action, Rubel Hossain has proven that he can deliver good pace and bounce. An in-form Rubel has always given the Bangladesh pace attack diversity and he has had some outstanding performances since making his ODI debut with a match-winning four-wicket haul against Sri Lanka in January 2009.
Rubel Hossain is not the most economical bowler in the Bangladesh ranks -- he is at times a bit expensive.
Bangladesh pacer Rubel Hossain has returned to the Test squad after missing out on the Hyderabad Test against India.
Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman will not be playing in the one–off Test against India set to take place in Hyderabad on 9 February.
Fast bowler Rubel Hossain may make a comeback to the Test side for the second Test against New Zealand starting on Friday in Christchurch.
Bangladesh selectors have kept their faith in the 15-man squad for the first Test as they announced the unchanged squad for the second Test today.
Good news for Bangladesh. Opener Tamim Iqbal will play the opening Test that starts at the Basin Reserve in Wellington tomorrow.
Pacer Rubel Hossain has replaced the injured Mohammad Shahid in the 22-member preliminary squad for the New Zealand series. Rubel will therefore travel with the team to Australia next week in order to prepare for Bangladesh’s tour of New Zealand.
Tamim Iqbal returned to cricket after a three-week hiatus with a century at Fatullah yesterday. The opener smacked 139 runs in 90 balls during a practice match played between Abahani Limited and Dhaka Premier League title-holders Prime Bank Cricket Club.
Bangladesh Cricket Board awarded young Mustafizur Rahman with a contract for 2016 while Rubel Hossain, a key member of Tigers' pace attack during the 2015 World Cup was left out of the list of contracted players.
Mominul Haque will lead a strong Bangladesh A team for their tour to India later this month.