Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh all-rounder had a shocking on-field meltdown during a Dhaka Premier League (DPL) T20 match in Dhaka, kicking stumps and arguing with umpires in a display of appalling behavior for which he later apologized calling it a ‘human error’.
Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh’s ace all-rounder has revealed his wish to go to retirement only after winning the World Cup. And for that to achieve, he might even keep playing till 2027. Shakib Al Hasan said this during his appearance in Daraz
Sanjida Islam, who is a Bangladesh woman senior cricketer made sure her wedding photoshoot went viral as the 24-year-old woman posted with the bat while donning a traditional attire. Wedding photoshoots push the limits of human imagination, and these days the newly-weds are
Mushfiqur Rahim, former national cricket team captain of Bangladesh has been named as UNICEF’s newest National Ambassador in Bangladesh to promote children’s rights throughout the country. Mushfiqur Rahim has appeared in 70 tests and 218 ODIs where he scored at an average
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan, on Monday, informed that they had proposed Sri Lanka to reschedule the Test series when the condition improves considering the ongoing pandemic. Bangladesh was scheduled to tour Sri Lanka to play three-match Test series in
Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have finally agreed to play the three-match Test and T20I series despite the surge in coronavirus pandemic. The Tigers will tour Sri Lanka in October although the whole fixtures are yet to be confirmed. After England, Pakistan and
Shakib Al Hasan will start training in Bangladesh from September. Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib will resume his training in his alma mater, the BKSP facility at Dhaka‘s district Savar. He is currently under International Cricket council’s one-year suspension for breaching their anti-corruption code.
Test Cricket has always been challenging forms of cricket. Well, maintaining, consistency, commitment has been the features that determine a player and a particular team’s calibre in Test cricket. The longest version of the game has provided some nail-biting moments when it
The coronavirus pandemic has totally sabotaged the international calendar of many sporting events across the world. The deadly outbreak has infected more than 4.5 million people across the globe and has claimed the lives of more than lakh people. In a heart-warming
Amid the ongoing deadly coronavirus outbreak, several sporting activities across the world have been temporarily suspended for an indefinite period. In a recent development, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) opened up that it is yet to completely rule out touring Sri Lanka