Off spinner Nayeem Hasan pegged back Sri Lanka with double strike but Sri Lanka bolstered their position, reaching 327-6 at lunch on day two of the first Test at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in ...
Shakib Al Hasan gave the Bangladesh team a necessary balance it needs in the Test cricket, said spin-bowling coach Rangana Herath
Sri Lankan skipper skipper Dimuth Karunaratne won the toss and elected to bat first in the first Test against host Bangladesh at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram on Sunday
Bangladesh cricket’s first superstar Mohammad Ashraful has not played a Test for Bangladesh since April 2013. He last played a Test against Sri Lanka in that same year
Bangladesh batting coach Jamie Siddons has kept faith on Mushfiqur Rahim and Test captain Mominul Haque despite their lean batting form
"We shouldn’t look down upon what we achieved in this tour for playing poorly in two Tests."
Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque believed that an extremely poor batting let them down in the second and final Test in which they conceded a huge 332-run defeat
"He can of course play this shot. If it’s part of his plan, then he should definitely play it."
From the highest of highs in New Zealand, the 30-year-old is now going through one of the lowest points of his life as an international cricketer. In Mominul’s case, cricket has once again proven ...
Only three Bangladeshi batsmen got into double figures in the second innings with Liton Das being the top-scorer with 27 runs.
Bangladesh batting coach Jamie Siddons admitted on Saturday that the second Test against South Africa was "probably out of our reach" after a late-afternoon batting collapse
The fiery words of Elgar hints that a fiery Test awaits at the windy city of Port Elizabeth.
Rumours of a power struggle inside the team between the head coach and the senior players have been around for some time. After the Test win in New Zealand earlier this year and the ODI series win in ...
“One bad match doesn’t mean that a batsman is bad against spin bowling. We have to take the positives from the first innings, fix the errors from the second innings.”
South Africa spinner Keshav Maharaj felt 'quite emotional' after his match-winning spell of 7/32 at home