There was not much reason for Bangladesh to be too downcast about the 95-run loss to India in the Tigers’ last warm-up game in Cardiff yesterday, before taking on South Africa in their World Cup opener next Sunday. Bangladesh are already primed for action, having won their maiden multi-team ODI trophy in Ireland as recently as May17. Spin bowling consultant Sunil Joshi hinted that the
Mustafizur Rahman’s performance with the ball is thought to be one of the major factors in deciding whether Bangladesh’s World Cup campaign will be a happy one. In that light, despite being punished on the field yesterday in their only warm-up game against India at the Swalec Stadium in Cardiff yesterday, there will be one big positive to take into
After enjoying a brief break, Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza flew to England yesterday and is expected to reach London to join the Tigers for their upcoming ICC World Cup mission.
Mashrafe took a short break and returned to Bangladesh just after the Tigers’ won their maiden tri-nation series in Ireland by beating the West Indies in the final. The inspirational cricketer
Soumya Sarkar and Mosaddek Hossain hit brilliant fifties as Bangladesh ended their title drought in multi-team event with a crushing five-wicket win over West Indies in the rain-hit tri-series final in Dublin on Friday.
Soumya struck 61 off 41 balls to set up the chase before Mosaddek hit an unbeaten 52 off 24 balls, guiding Bangladesh to 213-5 in 22.5 overs after they were set up a target of 210 runs in
A confident Bangladesh will be hoping to end their final jinx when they take on West Indies in the final of tri-series one-day international tournament at Malahide Cricket Club Ground in Dublin today.
The match is scheduled to start at 3:45pm Bangladesh Time and will be telecast live on GTV and Maasranga TV.
The Tigers have never won a multi-team tournament despite qualifying for the finals in