5 Reasons For ODI Success Of Bangladesh Cricket Team

“Towards the end of 2014, Bangladesh cricket was at boiling point. They had gone through their worst losing streak in three years and alarm bells were ringing with the World Cup fast approaching. It had been fifteen years since they were granted Test status and Bangladesh were still struggling to substantiate themselves as a good

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First ODI – Mustafizur Rahman Knocks India Out

A strong batting performance, backed by a sterling bowling effort led by Mustafizur Rahman saw Bangladesh beat India by 79 runs in the 1st ODI at Mirpur. A target of 308 looked well in India’s sight before the Bangladeshi bowlers made a memorable comeback. The win gives Bangladesh an unexpected 1-0 lead over their rivals

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Bangladesh vs India – Schedule And Stats

The Bangladesh vs India series will be Indian Cricket Team’s first bilateral series since the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. In addition, this will be Ravi Shastri’s first assignment as interim head coach. Bangladesh vs India: Fixtures The Indians will tour Bangladesh from the 10th to the 24th of June playing one test and three One Day

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Analysis of Bangladesh Cricket Team

In less than a week’s time, the Bangladesh Cricket Team shall be up against familiar rivals – India – in a one-off Test match. After having reached the Quarter-finals of the Cricket World Cup 2015 and having followed it up with a 3-0 ODI whitewash of Pakistan at home, Bangladesh have all the reasons to

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Tamim Iqbal Helps Bangladesh Whitewash Pakistan 3-0

Bangladesh registered their first series victory over Pakistan on Sunday, April 19th 2015. A couple of days later they decorated that landmark achievement with the first ever whitewash of the same opponent! Pakistan were routed 3-0 in the recently held bilateral ODI series at Mirpur, by a fired up Bangladesh unit that seems to be

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Tamim Iqbal, Shakib Al Hasan Set Up Bangladesh Win

Bangladesh have kept their hopes of a Quarter Finals berth alive, after a morale boosting 6 wicket victory against Scotland at Nelson. The Bangladeshi batting unit came good on a lively Nelson track, and successfully chased down Scotland’s total of 318, with 11 balls to spare. Tamim Iqbal top scored for the Asian outfit with

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