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 same match despite bowling

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Missing Mashrafee

Some called him the most interviewed non-playing cricketer in the World Cup and some called the missing Tiger. But whatever one says about him, the former Bangladesh skipper remained the most sought-after cricketer to the Indian media on Friday ahead of their World Cup opening match against Bangladesh.
The reason is simple. The only two times Bangladesh defeated India in their 22 meetings,

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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 his

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Siddons not interested in ‘unfit’ Mashrafee

The return of paceman Mashrafee bin Murtaza to competitive cricket hardly impressed coach Jamie Siddons despite the injury-prone bowler performing decently in his comeback match for Abahani in the Dhaka Premier League on Saturday.
Mashrafee bowled all 10 overs of his quota to return with a wicket conceding 55 runs  and

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Mashrafee happy at return

Out-of-favour paceman Mashrafee bin Murtaza returned to competitive cricket with a decent performance with the ball during the Dhaka Premier League title deciding match between Abahani and Mohammedan SC at the Fatullah stadium on Saturday. 
Mashrafee, playing for Abahani, claimed a wicket for 55 runs in his 10 overs and also took

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Mashrafee starts rehabilitation

Mashrafee bin Murtaza started his rehabilitation immediately after returning from Sri Lanka when he bowled with an 18-metre run-up at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Tuesday. He also had several work-outs with the trainer and the physio as well. Earlier, Mashrafee had bowled at the indoors with 16-metre run-up when he left the capital for Sri Lanka to meet David Young. ‘My usual run-up is 21

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Mash vows to be fit before WC

Fast bowler Mashrafee bin Murtaza expressed his desire to give a last fight to regain his fitness before the World Cup when he visited the Sher-e Bangla National Stadium on Monday after arriving from Sri Lanka.
Mashrafee looked confident after meeting Australian orthopaedic surgeon David Young in Colombo on January23, for his opinion on his right knee injury, he picked up while batting for

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Mashrafe doesn’t need op

Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has been told by Dr David Young to continue conservative rehabilitation to recover from his knee injury.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) will receive an official report from the Australian orthopaedic surgeon and Mashrafe will be on the same programme from the time he arrives in the

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Mashrafee to fly to SL

Fans continue to protest
Former skipper Mashrafee bin Murtaza will fly for Sri Lanka today to meet David Young to have his injured knee checked by the Australian orthopaedic surgeon amid continuing protests for his inclusion in the World Cup squad.
He will meet Young, who is a regular visitor to Sri Lanka since the tsunami ravaged the

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