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  • 'Crease awareness vital'

    Bangladesh's away series in New Zealand was supposed to be the barometer by which to gauge the team's strengths and weaknesses

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    Soumya issues timely reminder

    Following a lean patch in both domestic and international cricket, Soumya Sarkar has at last found some consistent form at the right time. The stylish left-hander struck an unbeaten hundred to take Bangladesh Cricket Board XI (BCB XI) to a comfortable eight-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the tour match at BKSP yesterday.

  • Soumya ton in vain as Brothers pull off thrilling last-ball win

    Brothers Union pull off thrilling last-ball win despite an imperious 154 from Agrani Bank opener Soumya Sarkar.

  • Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim and Imrul Kayes

    Onus on the best of the rest

    Less than a year has passed, but for Bangladesh cricketers it may seem much longer since their last visit to Sri Lanka. In April 2017, a

  • Tigers' best not good enough

    Soumya Sarkar made a sparkling return to the national side with his maiden T20I half-century, Mushfiqur Rahim made his highest T20

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    Soumya eyes consistency

    Soumya Sarkar's inclusion for the first match of the two-T20I series against Sri Lanka was an obvious one given his track record in the

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    Soumya faces test of worth

    The upcoming home series against Sri Lanka will throw up two challenges for stylish Bangladesh batsman Soumya Sarkar -- he first

  • If I perform, I will stay: Soumya

    Bangladesh batsman Soumya Sarkar suggests that if he performs, then his position in the side will remain secure.

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    Soumya remains a force to be reckoned with in T20s

    Bangladesh batsman Soumya Sarkar remains a force to be reckoned with in T20 format despite his lack of form in 50-over format and Test cricket.

  • 'Learnt a lot from SA tour'

    The memory of being struck for five sixes in an over by David Miller in the second T20I against South Africa last month might have had a

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    A big innings was needed, Soumya insists

    Bangladesh opener Soumya Sarkar insists that Bangladesh needed a big innings from one of their number 3 to 6 batsmen to win the first T20 against South Africa.

  • Soumya batting again

    Yesterday Bangladesh fans breathed a little easier when Tamim Iqbal donned the pads and took to the Senwes Park nets for the first

  • Soumya yields an inch

    As impressive as the tangible successes on the field over the last two days has been Bangladesh's statements of

  • Soumya’s shot surprised me: Agar

    Ashton Agar says Soumya Sarkar's shot late in the day surprised him.

  • Mushfiqur Rahim

    BPL icons set to change teams

    Mushfiqur will feature for BPL team Rajshahi Kings in the next edition of the tournament, local media reports.

  • 'My challenge is to score'

    Misfiring Bangladesh opener Soumya Sarkar yesterday said that he could only respond to the growing criticism by scoring heavily.

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    Mushy century headlines Tigers' warm-up

    Stand-in skipper Mushfiqur Rahim scores an unbeaten century for Bangladesh in the rain-abandoned 50-over warm-up game against Duke of Norfolk XI on Monday.

  • Soumya opts for DRS after getting bowled

    Bangladesh left-handed batsman Soumya Sarkar took a DRS after getting bowled by Sri Lanka's Asela Gunaratne on the fifth day of the first Test in Galle.

  • Batsmen start in fine fettle

    Initially the bowlers got some swing but Tamim Iqbal and Mominul Haque played sensibly; they took time to settle down in the middle after Soumya Sarkar was out fishing outside off stump.

  • Tigers pay homage to ‘Amar Ekushey’

    Members of the Bangladesh cricket team paid homage to 'Amar Ekushey' and the International Mother Language Day today.

  • Soumya stakes his claim

    It was around four months ago when Imrul Kayes hammered a century in a warm-up game against England in Fatullah and in the process replaced a struggling Soumya Sarkar in the ODI outfit.

  • Openers give India A solid start

    India A reached 91 for the loss of one wicket at stumps on Day 1 of the two-day practice match against Bangladesh at the Gymkhana Ground in Hyderabad today.

  • Soumya laments untimely dismissal

    It was pleasing to see Soumya Sarkar hitting some sort of form in the second T20 International against New Zealand at the Bay Oval on Friday.

  • Williamson takes Blackcaps home

    New Zealand beat Bangladesh by six wickets thanks to an unbeaten 73 from skipper Kane Williamson in the first T20I of the series at Napier today.

  • Soumya set to return for first T20I

    After being dropped in the last two one-day internationals at Nelson, left-handed batsman Soumya Sarkar is likely to return in the first T20I against New Zealand at Mclean Park in Napier tomorrow.

  • No Boom Boom captain for Rangpur

    Rangpur Rigers, the franchise that boasts the likes of Soumya Sarkar, Rubel Hossain, Shahid Afridi, Gidron Pope, Babr Azam and Mohammad Shahzad in their mix was reported to have offered the captaincy to Boom Boom Afridi, but the Pakistani allrounder expressed his gratitude to the team management and turned down the offer.

  • Soumya looking to the heavens

    Soumya Sarkar might be seeing both sides of the coin very quickly. The left-hander's arrival to international cricket was

  • Tigers all out for 265

    Tamim Iqbal top-scores with 80 as Bangladesh are bundled out for 265 in the first ODI against Afghanistan

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    Soumya tastes duck for the first time

    Bangladesh cricketer Soumya Sarkar is sent back to the pavilion for a duck for the first time in his career during the first game of the 3-match ODI series against Afghanistan at Mirpur Stadium.

  • Dad, I love you!

    When it comes to expressing feelings for father, words fall short. Fathers, from whom we seek solutions for all our problems and needs, and we always find him fighting for our hardships, inspiring us to overcome hurdles of life. Our fathers thus enable us to take a better grip on our individual lives.

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