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  • Mashrafe and Tamim climb the ICC ODI rankings

    Bangladesh’s Mashrafe Bin Mortaza and Tamim Iqbal moves up the ICC ODI rankings after the conclusion of the ICC Champions Trophy in England.

  • Bangladesh drop to seventh in ICC ODI rankings

    Bangladesh drop to seventh position in the ICC ODI rankings after Pakistan’s Champions Trophy victory.

  • Warner hints at boycott of Bangladesh tour

    Australia's cricketers will not back down in a bitter pay dispute, David Warner warns amid fears as their tour of Bangladesh, India looms as a flashpoint.

  • Bangladesh can be proud of its achievements: Sangakkara

    Sri Lanka legend Kumar Sangakkara feels that Bangladesh’s ICC Champions Trophy campaign was reminiscent of the Sri Lankan team which won the World Cup in 1996.

  • 'Hopefully we can do well at the World Cup': Mashrafe

    Captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is hopeful that the team can do well at the World Cup in 2019. The Tigers return home after their Champions Trophy semifinal exit against India.

  • Always feels good to bat alongside Shakib: Mahmudullah

    Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah Riyad speak to the press after Bangladesh's epic victory against New Zealand.

  • Tigers clinch famous win

    Amazing! Unbelievable! The Tigers roared at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff in a more spectacular fashion than 12 years ago. This is called coming of age. They looked dead and buried when they were brought to their knees at 12 for three and then 33 for four, chasing New Zealand's 265 for eight in what was a potential quarterfinal of the Champions Trophy.

  • Beyond my imagination: Mash

    When Mahmudullah Riyad arrived at the crease with Bangladesh at 33 for four, many people may have switched off their television sets

  • 'We'll be up there with Kiwis'

    Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal did not train at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff yesterday as he was rested to nurse a bruise on his right

  • ‘Tamim let down by teammates’

    Former Bangladesh batsman and ambassador for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Habibul Bashar feels that Tamim Iqbal was let down by his teammates in the match against Australia.

  • 'Another chance like the 2015 World Cup'

    When Mashrafe Bin Mortaza was sitting beside Steven Smith, he looked the more disappointed of the two captains before the post-

  • Shakib unhappy with umpire's decision

    Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is not at all happy with the way he was given out in the game against Australia.

  • Match abandoned, teams share points

    Incessant rain in South London caused Bangladesh's Champions Trophy Group A match to be abandoned, with the teams taking one point each from the contest.

  • England chase down Tigers' 305 in style

    Centurion Joe Root and a half-centurion Eoin Morgan take England to a comfortable eight-wicket win over Bangladesh in the Champions Trophy opener

  • BD, Eng aim to banish batting blues in CT opener

    Spectators have long been advised to get to sporting events early and they could miss the key part of Thursday's Champions Trophy opener between England and Bangladesh at the Oval if they aren't in on time.

  • Bangladesh 84 all out, India win by 240

    Bangladesh all out for 84 runs against India in the ICC Champions Trophy warm-up match at Kennington Oval, London.

  • Abahani restrict Prime DSC to 189

    Under relentless pressure from Abahani Limited bowlers, Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club stumble to 189 for 9 after 50 overs in the Super League match of Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League at BKSP’s No. 3 Ground.

  • 'No team is unbeatable'

    Tamim Iqbal is a man on a mission. The left-handed opening batsman, who is in fine form, believes that nothing is impossible for this vibrant new Bangladesh.

  • England missing the vibe

    If you are in London and expect frantic activities centring around the ICC Champions Trophy -- the most important global cricketing event after the World Cup -- all around the mega city, you will certainly feel very disappointed.

  • Tigers pose with new kit

    Bangladesh players post photos of their new kits for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.

  • Armed with Fizz and self-belief, Tigers seek a CT scalp

    With a fiery new bowler named Fizz leading the young guns and all-rounder Mushfiqur Rahim the old guard, Bangladesh are aiming to leave their mark on the Champions Trophy where they are appearing for only the second time.

  • Sachin Tendulkar addressing a news conference

    'Never thought we'd lose to Bangladesh'

    Legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar admitted that he never imagined his side would lose to Bangladesh, something which became a reality in the 2007 World Cup.

  • Lara betting on England

    Former West Indies captain Brian Lara has tipped England to win the Champions Trophy beginning next week.

  • Many teams want to play us: Hassan

    Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hassan said yesterday that the board had confirmed programmes with New Zealand and England, adding that they were in talks with 'two more countries'.

  • Revenue share is 'starving' grassroots

    Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland believes the revenue-share model which the body is trying to dump in its ongoing pay negotiations with players will ‘starve’ the funding of grassroots game.

  • Tigers falter as Pakistan seize victory

    Pakistan gain an unlikely victory against Bangladesh by two wickets after a late storm from Fahim Ashraf saw Pakistan edge the match in the ICC Champions Trophy Warm-up Match played at Edgbaston, Birmingham.

  • Abahani annihilate Mohammedan by 5 wickets

    Abhani Limited overtake the target of 101 runs in 15.3 overs and in the process thump Mohammedan Sporting Club by five wickets in the Super League match of the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League at the BKSP-3, Savar.

  • Tamim, Sabbir in Afg T20 league

    Bangladesh players Tamim Iqbal, Sabbir Rahman and Imrul Kayes were bought at an auction for the fourth edition of Afghanistan's franchise-based Twenty20 league.

  • 'Looking for the perfect yorker'

    Mustafizur Rahman showed signs of returning to his old form during the recently-concluded tri-series in Ireland, which brought huge relief to the team management ahead of the Tigers' ICC Champions Trophy campaign.

  • Importance not lost on Mash

    It was in April 2015 when the two teams last met in 50-over cricket and Bangladesh simply knocked Pakistan out to whitewash them in the three-match ODI series at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.

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