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  • Should've handled Tamim-Smith captaincy episode better: Mohammad Salahuddin

    Should've treated Tamim-Smith captain's Armband in the episode better: Mohammad Salahuddin


    Comilla Victorians lifted the silverware in the recently-concluded Bangladesh Premier League by defeating Dhaka Dynamites in the final by 17 runs. Mohammad Salahuddin, the head coach of Comilla Victorians ...

  • Daryl Harper - Smiling because he means it

    Daryl Harper Smiled, because he believes it


    It took him nearly two decades, but Daryl Harper finally had his closure. It aptly came at the Adelaide Oval too, even if from an unlikely source. It was here ...

  • Jennings's Ashes bid begins with Lancashire

    Jennings's Ashes begins in Lancashire


    In the space of six Test matches this winter, Keaton Jennings scored a brilliant, unbeaten hundred in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle before Christmas. He was subsequently ...

  • Tanvir ul Haq - Charting his way to the top

    Tanvir ul-Haq Trace its Way to the Top


    Strike up a conversation with Tanvir ul Haq - Rajasthan, the highest wicket-taker in the ongoing General Trophy of the season - and the first thing that strikes you is his ...

  • The T20 Revolution - Coaching Revision

    The T20 Revolution Coaching Review


    During the IPL's 12th edition, Cricbuzz is publishing a five-part series looking at the broader picture of how Twenty20 is shaping cricket's future. The first four parts ...

  • World Cup 1987: The spark of the Australian legacy

    World cup 1987: the Spark, the Australian Heritage


    In the build-up to the 2019 World Cup, Cricbuzz is publishing an eleven-part series to reminisce every bygone edition. In this fourth instalment, Craig McDermott recalls how the "...

  • The Afghanistan and Nabi chronicles

    Afghanistan and Nabi Chronic


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  • World Cup 2011: When India managed expectations and seized big moments

    2011 world cup: If India has succeeded, Expectations and captured great Moments


    By 2011, India had grown into the financial powerhouse of the cricket world and success on the field was beginning to follow. Four years earlier it had made up for ...

  • The Baby Whisperer and an unbreakable bond

    The Baby-Whisperers and an indissoluble Bond


    At the end of England's football World Cup journey in Russia, just before the squad dispersed after reaching the semi-finals, Gareth Southgate assembled his charges for one last ...

  • Living the World Cup dream: The Masakadza Story

    Live the world cup Dream: The Story Masakadza


    What does the World Cup mean to you?Even at a time when ODI cricket is facing a recurring battle with context, the World Cup enjoys a pedestal position. It ...

  • Sabbir Rahman set to return for New Zealand ODIs

    Sabbir Rahman to zero for the new Zealand ODIs


    Bangladesh Cricket Board is set to reduce the international ban on Sabbir Rahman, making him available for selection for the upcoming ODI series against new Zealand. Bangladesh series and the ...

  • Archer does right by himself and the Caribbean

    Archer was Right in itself, and the Caribbean


    Jofra Archer says it will be "just another game" when England play West Indies on Friday. But how can it be?For Archer, the motivation could not be clearer: a ...

  • A cure for Choking?

    A Cure for the Redevelopment?


    We are inside the team hotel, on the eve of a do-or-die World Cup encounter. Nets have been done, team-talk talked, dinner eaten, and the players are ...

  • Derby, 1997: When Australia checked in at the heartbreak hotel

    Derby, 1997: If Australia arrived in the heartbreak hotel


    A beleaguered English team, a dramatic run-chase, a one-wicket win, and a bunch of shocked Australian visitors. Not to forget a feisty batsman's day of redemption, an ...

  • Rhodes optimistic about a result despite losing two days

    Rhodes optimistic, a Result, despite the Loss of two Days


    Bangladesh head coach Steve Rhodes felt that there is still a chance of a result in the second Test at Basin Reserve in Wellington. The first two days had been ...

  • Bangladesh cricketers narrowly escape mosque shooting in Christchurch

    Bangladesh cricketers narrowly escaped the Mosque Shooting in Christchurch


    Players from the Bangladesh team narrowly escaped a shooting incident at the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch before they safely made it back to their hotel. The New Zealand Cricket ...

  • Hagley Oval Test called off after Christchurch mosque shooting

    Hagley Oval-Test called the Christchurch Mosque Shooting


    The third Test between New Zealand and Bangladesh, scheduled to be played on March 16 at the Hagley Oval, has been cancelled in the aftermath of the mosque shootings in ...

  • "It was like a movie, bleeding people running out of the building"

    "It was like a Movie, Bleeding People running from the Building,"


    Bangladesh Team Manager Khaled Mashud said the Bangladesh team's narrow escape in the Christchurch terror incident was like being in a movie, with bleeding people running out of the ...

  • Will take some time to get out of the trauma - Tamim Iqbal

    Going to take some Time to get out of the trauma, Tamim Iqbal


    Senior Bangladesh batsman Tamim Iqbal believes that it will take some time for the team to come out of the trauma that they suffered after narrowly escaping a shooting incident ...

  • New Zealand will review security in depth - NZC CEO

    New zealand, check the Security in Depth - NZC) chairman and managing director


    David White, New Zealand Cricket's CEO, has noted that "everything changes now" with regard to security cover for sportspersons visiting the country in the aftermath of the terror attack ...

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