Former Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has recovered from the infectious coronavirus after being diagnosed with COVID-19 on June 20. On Tuesday, the veteran proclaimed that he had tested negative after treating himself at home. In his official Facebook account, Mortaza thanked his
Former Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has tested positive for coronavirus. He had complained about fever on Thursday night, following which his test samples proved that he has contracted with the deadly virus. Mashrafe Mortaza has served Bangladesh since the early 2000s and
Like the batsmen and fielders, bowlers also play a crucial role in every cricket match. A strong bowling unit can build up a strong character of a team. However, while the limited-overs cricket is now hugely favouring the batsmen, sometimes the bowlers
Days after Bangladesh former captain Mashrafe Mortaza expressed his grief over the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) treatment for forcing him to retire, Tamim Iqbal has come in front to support the veteran. Tamim was handed over the ODI captaincy after Mortaza stepped
Bangladesh’s former captain and legendary all-rounder, Mashrafe Mortaza has now opened up on the entire controversy surrounding his retirement. Mashrafe Mortaza has been away from international cricket since the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. After the world cup, he last played for
Praising veteran Mashrafe Mortaza for his impressive international career, Bangladesh’s fast bowling coach Ottis Gibson believes that Mortaza’s international career is over now. Gibson now wants to build up the Bangladesh national cricket team for the next edition of the World Cup.
While Mashrafe Mortaza has just stepped down from ODI captaincy of the Bangladesh national cricket team, the experienced opening batsman Tamim Iqbal has been appointed as the full-time ODI captain of this side. During the recently concluded home ODI series against Zimbabwe,
On Thursday (5th March), Bangladesh ODI skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has announced his decision to step down from the captaincy role after the conclusion of the ongoing home ODI series against Zimbabwe. However, the 36-year-old still wants to serve his country as a
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) President Nazmul Hasan proclaimed that the upcoming Zimbabwe series will be the last for Mashrafe Mortaza as the ODI captain. Meanwhile, the speculations of the retirement of the veteran were going on from the last year’s World Cup.
Early this year, the veteran Indian all-rounder Irfan Pathan announced retirement from all the forms of international cricket. Blessed with the rare talent of the seam and swing bowling, Pathan had his international career down the hill early in his cricket life.