Toothless Tigers suffer an embarrassing defeat

Bangladesh batters continued their shambolic performance in the Test series as the Tigers failed to put up a fight in their second innings on the fourth day of the second and final Test in Gqeberha today.
Resuming the day on 27 for three, Mominul Haque and Co. were in a hurry to score quickly and were bundled out for 80 all out to suffer a 332-run defeat following

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Ramiz Raja’s quadrangular T20 idea gaining traction

Ramiz Raja’s proposal for a quadrangular T20 event may have acquired some non-specific support ahead of his presentation of the plans to the ICC Board on Saturday, according to a report on ESPNCricinfo.
The report says that the PCB chairman will present an idea for an annual tournament involving Pakistan, India, Australia and England, which will create revenue for all members. The plans also

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Pak vs Aus: Australia defeat Pakistan by three wickets to win one-off T20I

Australia skipper Aaron Finch scored a timely half-century as they concluded their tour of Pakistan with a three-wicket win over the hosts in a one-off Twenty20 international match in Lahore on Tuesday.
Finch, who has struggled for runs and failed to score in the last two games of the three-match one-day international series, returned to form with a 45-ball 55 as Australia

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Tigresses finish maiden ODI WC campaign with a 100-run loss

Defending champions England claimed their place in the World Cup semifinals while finally sealing New Zealand’s fate on Sunday. A 100-run win over Bangladesh in Wellington gave England their fourth victory in succession after beginning the tournament with three defeats.
Their semifinal opponent was yet to be confirmed, with India playing South Africa in

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Australia survive scare to beat Bangladesh in women’s cricket World Cup

Unbeaten Australia will enter the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup semi-finals on the back of seven straight wins following a five-wicket triumph over a gallant Bangladesh in Wellington on Friday.
In a match that was reduced to 43 overs per side due to overnight rain at Basin Reserve, Australia overcame an early scare from an inspired Salma Khatun (3/23) to successfully chase

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Tigers secure historic away win against against South Africa

Inspired by a concerted batting effort from the likes of Shakib Al Hasan, Liton Das, Tamim Iqbal and Yasir Ali, Bangladesh secured a 38-run victory over South Africa in the first ODI in Centurion today.
The convincing win at the SuperSport Park, that helped Bangladesh take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series, was also the Tigers’ maiden win away to South Africa in any format. Before this

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Joty and co are keen to improve their performances under pressure

So near and yet so far but Bangladesh skipper Nigar Sultana Joty hopes his side will gain valuable experience from the four-run defeat against the West Indies as the ICC ODI World Cup game ended with a dramatic last-over finish at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui today.
In their maiden ODI World Cup, the Tigresses encountered the Caribbeans for

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Tigresses lose big against hosts in rain-curtailed match despite improved batting

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An unbeaten half-century from Suzie Bates has helped New Zealand register their first victory of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 with a comfortable nine-wicket triumph over Bangladesh in a rain-affected clash at an overcast Dunedin on Monday.
Bates used all her experience and guile in a match that was reduced to

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South Africa make winning start against Bangladesh in the Women’s Cricket World Cup

Bangladesh fight hard but lose to ‘unconvincing’ South Africa in their first-ever Women’s WC match
Seamer Ayabonga Khaka tore through Bangladesh’s batting lineup to get South Africa’s Women’s Cricket World Cup campaign off to a winning start in Dunedin on Saturday. Khaka brought up her 100th one-day international wicket in her 74th match, snaring figures of 4-32 off 10 overs to help dismiss Bangladesh for 175 and complete a 32-run victory at University Oval

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Liton, Nasum star in Tigers’ win

Liton Das hit a brilliant fifty while Nasum Ahmed ended with his career best bowling to earn a crushing 61-run win for Bangladesh against Afghanistan in their first of the two-match T20I series at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Thursday.
Liton smacked a 60 off 44 balls, his fifth T20I fifty, while

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Bangladesh crushed to defeat by Afghanistan

Bangladesh failed to bag their full 30 points after they conceded a seven wicket defeat against Afghanistan with a robust hundred from Rahmanullah Gurbaz in the third and final one-day international match at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram on Monday.
Rahmanullah Gurbazh smacked an unbeaten 106 off 110 balls, his third ODI ton

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Lahore win first PSL title after thrashing Multan

Lahore Qalandars win maiden Pakistan Super League title after thrashing Multan Sultans by 42 runs
Lahore Qalandars Sunday put up a clinical performance to defeat Multan Sultans by 42 runs and bag their first Pakistan Super League (PSL) title.
Although Lahore had handed Multan a stiff 181-run target, they were stillrequired to be at their best both with the ball as well as in the

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Sonny Ramadhin, legendary West Indies’ spin bowler dies aged 92

Former West Indies spinner Sonny Ramadhin has died aged 92. Born in Trinidad, he took 158 wickets in 43 Tests between 1950 and 1961, but he was best known for his exploits in the 1950 series against England.
Bowling in tandem with slow left-armer Alf Valentine, the pair took 59 wickets in a spectacular series win – having never previously won a Test in England. Ramadhin took

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Liton ton powers Bangladesh to series win

Powered by Liton Das’ brillian century and Mushfiqur Rahim’s valiant 86, Bangladesh secured a thumping 88-run victory over Afghanistan in the second ODI and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Friday
Liton struck a cracking 136 off 125 balls, his sixth ODI, ton while

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Afif, Mehidy record stand stun Afghanistan

From six down with just 45 on the board after 11.2 overs, it needed something miraculous from Bangladesh to turn the game around in their favour.
And that’s what Mehedi Hasan Miraz and Afif Hossain ensured as the duo stitched together a record unbeaten seventh-wicket stand to help Bangladesh stage one of the

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Tigers await ODI relief

Bangladesh cricket team on Sunday started training ahead of their return to the 50-over format after a gap of seven months at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram.
The Tigers and the visiting Afghanistan team are in the port city ahead of their three-match one-day international series which will be held in its entirety at the ZACS starting

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Tigers looking to counter spin threat

Bangladesh will take on Afghanistan in the first of three ODIs on February 23 and the visitors’ spin threat will be the key component around which the Tigers base their strategies.
Despite Afghanistan’s dominant spin attack, national selector Habibul Bashar said that the Tigers, having gotten back key players, are confident going into the series

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