Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Mashrafee recovers from dengue

Bangladesh one-day international and Twenty20 captain Mashrafee bin Murtaza, who was admitted to a city hospital with dengue fever last week, was discharged from the hospital on Friday after a week-long treatment. After the release from hospital the Tigers’ captain returned to his Mirpur residence. ‘Mashrafee is now feeling well and the physicians released

Team-man Mashrafee achieves personal feat

Bangladesh skipper Mashrafee bin Murtaza put the team first before his personal interest paving the way for Sakib al Hasan to reach 200-wicket milestone before him during the third one-day international against South Africa on Wednesday. Mashrafee was rewarded by cricket God for his sacrifice as he followed Sakib soon to achieve the feat in the ... Read more

‘Mashrafee rested, not dropped’

Holders Dhaka Gladiators said they had rested skipper Mashrafee bin Murtaza for the Chittagong Kings match on Saturday not with any ill motive but on the advice of team’s physiotherapist. Gladiators clarified their position after a section of the media raised a question about his absence in the match, which they unexpectedly lost by 54 ... Read more

Mashrafee, Siddons fall apart

Former captain Mashrafee bin Murtaza exchanged some heated words with coach Jamie Siddons on Tuesday following a recent comment of the Australian about his fitness. They fell apart after the coach told reporters on Sunday that he had no interest in Mashrafee, who is not in the World Cup squad and was yet to regain ... Read more

Protests all over for Mashrafee

Protes-ters in the hometown of pace bowler Mashrafee bin Murtaza observed a half-day general strike on Thursday following the former captain’s omission from Bangladesh’s final 15-man World Cup squad. They also burnt an effigy of coach Jamie Siddons and vandalised some vehicles in the district town of Narail, 300kms (188 miles) southwest of