• Khadija snatches exciting victory for Bangladesh against SA

    Dhaka: Khadija Tul Kubra once again produced her fierce bowling spells helped Bangladesh women team to fight back in the series as they recorded an exciting ten-run victory over visiting South Africa in the low scoring third ODI of the five-match series held on Monday at Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium in Cox’s Bazar. Chasing … বিস্তারিত »

  • Mushfiqur rushed to hospital after head hit

    Sports Desk : Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim was taken to hospital after being felled by a Tim Southee delivery on the final morning of the first Test against New Zealand in Wellington on Monday. Medical staff from both sides rushed to the wicket to tend to the diminutive batsman while an ambulance was driven on … বিস্তারিত »

  • Kane century fires New Zealand to stunning win

    Sports Desk : Captain Kane Williamson scored his 15th century as New Zealand staged a remarkable fightback to win the first Test against Bangladesh by seven wickets in the final session in Wellington on Monday. Williamson and Ross Taylor, determined not to run out of time, batted at more than 6.0 an over in their … বিস্তারিত »

  • Stubborn Latham keeps New Zealand afloat

    Sports Desk : A patient Tom Latham carved out his sixth century to keep New Zealand afloat against a rampant Bangladesh on day three of the first Test in Wellington on Saturday. While the left-handed opener calmly went about his work, Bangladesh were able to remove senior batsmen Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor after declaring … বিস্তারিত »

  • Shakib becomes highest individual Test scorer for Bangladesh

    DHAKA :  Ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan became the highest individual scorer for Bangladesh in Test cricket during the second day of the first of a two-match Test series against hosts New Zealand in Wellington on Friday. He became the third Bangladeshi to achieve the feat after Mushifqur Rahim and Tamim Iqbal. He now achieved … বিস্তারিত »

  • Second rain stoppage with Bangladesh 119-2

    Sports Desk, : Tamim Iqbal and Mominul Haque plundered New Zealand’s bowling to have Bangladesh at 119 for two when rain halted play for a second time on the opening day of the first Test on Thursday. Only 50 minutes play were possible in Wellington before lunch and another 89 minutes after the resumption … বিস্তারিত »