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Tiger in focus : Nasir Hossain

A lanky, young talented right-handed middle order batsman blazed into the international scene in August 2011, and played himself into the hearts of the cricket neutral with bravado, never-say-die attitude and crisp stroke-play. Nasir Hossain, in no time at all made a solid place for himself in a Bangladesh national side looking for a cricketer with immense self-belief and confidence ... Read More »

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Walk down memory lane- World Cup 2003 – Part 01

World Cup-2003   Having attained the Test status in 2000, Bangladesh cricket had stepped into the highest tier of elites in the world of cricket. After a more than successful maiden venture, the World Cup 2003 in South Africa brought back the hype of Bangladesh shifting gears and upsetting a few big names once again.   The four years in-between ... Read More »

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06 DAYS TO GO: Experience Counts

Bangladesh will field a blend of youth and experience at their fifth World Cup. Speaking of experience, the Tiger’s chances will lie heavily on the shoulders of the solid six: Masrafe, Mushfiq, Shakib, Mahmudullah, Tamim and Rubel Hossain. While Masrafe, Tamim, Shakib and Mushfiqur Rahim will be playing in their third World Cup, it would be a seond time for ... Read More »

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Walk Down Memory Lane – World Cup 1999 Part 02

The tigers were gradually finding their feet as the tournament progressed, with the spotlight falling upon the high profile matches played between the Test playing nations. After suffering defeats in their first two group stage matches with unchanged playing XI, there were a few changes in personnel for the clash against Scotland. This was the match that Bangladesh were expected ... Read More »

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Tiger in focus : Tamim Iqbal

For some reason Bangladesh have struggled to find opening batsmen with the lone exception of Tamim Iqbal. Tamim is noted for his aggression and quick temper although, more recently, he is attempted to bat with more responsibility. He has emerged as the most innately talented stroke-maker after Mohammad Ashraful. His entry into top flight cricket was meteoric. He was a ... Read More »

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07 DAYS TO GO: Bashar’s lucky number

Habibul Bashar is well known as the man who transformed the Bangladesh into a consistent winning outfit in the ODI format. Besides being Bangladesh’s highest run-scorer in Test matches, he had led Bangladesh through a golden patch in years 2004, 2005 and 2006 where Bangladesh created quite a few upsets in ODI’s, the most famous ofcourse the one against Australia ... Read More »