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SPORTS DESK Now it is not a secret anymore that Shakib Al Hasan is taking temporary break from cricket and the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) on Monday has granted the break to him for the two upcoming Test matches against South Africa. The Bangladesh cricket maestro in a statement said he believes this temporary break will help him regain his strength and enhance his focus in all formats of the game. Shakib, who is currently on top in all three formats of cricket, has explained his position last night in his verified facebook page. Following the statement published on Shakib's…
Wednesday, 07 December 2016 23:02

Samit stars as RK book berth in final

News Flash Desk Samit Patel has lead the Kings’ bowling unit to set the platform for their win against the Khulna Titans in the 2nd qualifier which have registered their place in the final against the Dhaka Dynamites. Patel helped his side to restrict the Titans to 125 which they got past then with 4 balls remaining, reports BCB. Khulna struggling on 74/4, Patel made things more tougher for them taking Benny Howell whom he lured to whip a length ball on off stump which he ultimately holed out to Darren Sammy at short cover. From his following over, the…
> Newsflash Correspondent Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today extended her heartiest congratulations to Bangladesh cricket team for their historic win against the touring England side in the second Test in Dhaka. The Tigers clinched the first test victory over England by 108 runs at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here to level the two-match Rocket Test Series 1-1. In a congratulatory message, Sheikh Hasina greeted all the players, coach and officials of the national team as well as Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) officials concerned for defeating England in the second Test, reports BSS. "The whole nation is proud of seeing the team…
Sunday, 30 October 2016 23:43

President greets national cricket team

> Newsflash Desk President Abdul Hamid greeted the Bangladesh cricket team for their historic victory in the second test against visiting England that leveled the two-match test series. In a congratulatory message today the President greeted the players, coaches and staff of the national cricket team for their victory, reports BSS. Abdul Hamid hoped that the trend of Bangladesh's victory would continue in future. He also wished continued success of Bangladesh team. Bangladesh defeated the touring team in the second test by a massive 108 runs at Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium in Mirpur.
> Newsflash Desk Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today extended her heartiest congratulations to Bangladesh cricket team for their historic win against the touring England side in the second Test in Dhaka. The Tigers clinched the first test victory over England by 108 runs at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here to level the two-match Rocket Test Series 1-1. In a congratulatory message, Sheikh Hasina greeted all the players, coach and officials of the national team as well as Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) officials concerned for defeating England in the second Test, reports BSS. "The whole nation is proud of seeing the team…
Sunday, 30 October 2016 23:27

Tigers win historic Test match

> Newsflash Correspondent Tigers thrashed England by 108 runs in the historic second and final Test match during the third day at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur today. The Tigers today claimed ten wickets in an electric final session to secure an historic first Test victory over England and a 1-1 share of the series. That it came after England's openers had put on a century stand was another remarkable twist that only heightened the sense of their achievement. Mehedi Hasan finished with another five-wicket haul, including 12 in the match and the final dismissal to complete victory and spark…
Tuesday, 31 May 2016 08:59

Mustafiz Back Home

> Newsflash Desk Bangladesh speedster Mustafizur Rahman landed in Dhaka on Monday night after helping his team Sunrisers Hyderabad win the Indian Premier League the day before. On his arrival at the Hajrat Shahjalal International Airport, deputy minister for youth and sports Arif Khan Joy greeted the paceman with sweets. Mustafiz bagged 17 wickets in 16 matches in the IPL as Hyderabad brought home their maiden IPL trophy. >
Wednesday, 02 March 2016 23:54

Tigers reach Asia Cup final

> Sports Correspondent Bangladesh won by 5 wickets with 5 balls remaining against Pakistan in the 8th match of 2016 Asia Cup in Mirpur on Wednesday. Earlier Pakistan have scored 129 runs losing 7 wickets in all 20 overs against host Bangladesh. Pakistan have won the toss and elected to bat first against host Bangladesh in the 8th match this evening. Tigers dismissed Pakistan openers after being sent into bowl in the crucial Asia Cup match at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium. Al-Amin Hossain sent back Pakistan opener Khurram Manzoor while Arafat Sunny bagged Sharjeel Khan in a tremendous delivery. Sarfraz…
Sunday, 28 February 2016 23:45

Bangladesh thrash Sri Lanka by 23 runs

> Sports Correspondent Bangladesh have thrashed Sri Lanka by 23 runs in the fifth encounter of the Asia Cup T20 tournament at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka’s Mirpur on Sunday. Chasing 148-run target set by Bangladesh, Lankan players scored 124 runs after losing 8 wickets in their 20 overs. Shakib bagged Shehan Jayasuriya (26) and Dinesh Chandimal (37) was caught in Taskin’s hand in a Mahmudullah delivery while Mustafizur came back in the 14th over to take the fourth Lankan wicket. Sri Lanka lost half their side by the 15th over. Mashrafe Mortaza sent back Siriwardana with a slower ball…
Saturday, 25 July 2015 11:37

Rain delays start of day 5

Dist Correspondent Unremitting monsoon showers from early morning of Saturday delayed the start of day 5 of the rain-affected 1st Test between Bangladesh and South Africa at Chittagong. The weather forecast is not promising at all as far the game is concerned, with heavy thundershowers predicted with over 80 per cent of probability according to Accuweather. Players are still waiting at the hotel, and the umpires are likely to reach the ground by around 11:30am for a formal inspection, says ESPNcricinfo. With two innings left on a wicket that hasn't deteriorated much, the match -- according to the current scenario…
Desk Bangladesh clinched the historic ODI series against India beating their fancied opponents by six wickets with 54 balls to spare. The game was reduced to a 47-over game, on the Duckworth-Lewis (D/L) method, as heavy rains marred the second Za'N Ze ODI held on Sunday at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium at Mirpur. Earlier, India won the toss and elected to bat. Brief scores: India-200 all out in 45 overs (Dhawan 53, Dhoni 47, Raina 34, Mustafizur 6/43, Rubel 2/26 and Nasir 2/33.) Bangladesh 200 for 4 in 38 overs (Sakib 51 n.o, Liton 36. Soumya 34, Mushfiq 31,…
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