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Monday, February 23, 2015


Bangladesh chase fearless cricket at daunting MCG

  • The first time they played at the MCG, Bangladesh's fielding imploded under the pressure of the scale of the ground. Against India, they will also have to keep their nerve
  • Bangladesh players

'No fear' Bangladesh's mantra for New Zealand test

  • Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusingha has said his team has taken confidence from the win against England at Adelaide and is ready to fight
  • Bangladesh fans

Bangladesh look for possible NZ loopholes

  • New Zealand dominate the leading wicket-taker positions at the World Cup. Tim Southee and Trent Boult are tied for top spot on 13 apiece
  • Bangladesh's fans celebrate a boundary shot by batsman Mahmudullah during the Pool A 2015 Cricket World Cup match between Bangladesh and England at the Adelaide Oval on March 9, 2015. Photo: AFP

Victory, a balm for the nation

  • The roar and the chants are unmistakable. You only hear them at a cricket stadium in Bangladesh or if you are around the Dhaka University area, soon after a big Bangladesh win. The roar was there when Bangladesh beat England in Adelaide on Monday and if you are passing by, you would be dragged towards it.
  • Wicket down

Five reasons to fear Bangladesh

  • Don't mention 2011. Bangladesh's victory over England in the last World Cup was 

Riyad’s sequel ton takes Tigers to 288

Riding on the consecutive century of Mahmudullah Riyadh in the World Cup, Bangladesh posted a challenging 288 against hosts and heavyweight contender New Zealand today. For Mahmudullah and Bangladesh, the promotion up the batting order seems to have worked and he was able to make a steady platform to build against a competitive side.

Bangladesh loses the game because of poor ball change by sakib al hasan.