Chittagong opener Cameroon Delport is going back to the pavilion and Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Ashraful, the one-time batsman of all time, is joining the field. The crowd was screaming at the gallery in the gallery. But the visitors did not have much time to celebrate, only 3 runs back to the sajagare. Ashraful has been seen in the crease very breathtaking. He did not think he was playing for five years in competitive cricket. 'Friend' confronted batting with 'Maul' Mashrafe The first time he told the run that he came in the light of spreading light. However, with just 5 balls to play, Shafiul crawled back with three runs. The visitors were also excited about his return. One viewer said that he came only to see Ashraful's game in the field. While talking, there is tension in his eyes. He said that due to Ashraful batting, extra love was born towards cricket. He hopes Ashraful will come back very well. On Friday, Mushfiq said with the teammate Ashraful in front of the media, "He has done a lot of hardships. Have done well in domestic cricket. I hope you play well (BPL) this time. If he plays well then it is good for Bangladesh cricket. " Ashraful, who was banned from cricket by the BPL, was once shocked at the cricket field. The cricket world was known as Little Dynamite due to his shots. Now the BPL is coming back and again in the game. Today did not get the first match, Ashraful hopes everyone will return to the next match.
The newly elected Awami League MP and National Cricket Team captain, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, said, "Health, education, roads and youth society will be given priority to develop Narail." He said this at a press conference held at a Community Center in the city on Monday noon. Mashrafe said that all kinds of cooperation will be done with focus on sports to remove the young society from the fear of drug addiction, said Agriculture based Narail will have to move forward. In addition to the development of agriculture, proper measures will be taken for the development of roads, various rural roads. He said that he will take steps for the development of different educational institutions of Narail. We will present to the Prime Minister demanding establishment of a public university and medical colleges and construction of stadiums of international standards. Mashrafe said, "I try to get rid of victory in the playground as well as hard work, in politics, regardless of the party, everyone will be respected." I do not believe in any grouping in politics.
The eleventh parliament was supposed to envy around the former cricket star Mashrafe Bin Matruja; But his wife Sumna Haque Sumi has come out in a big surprise at Narail's field. Like the Mashrafe, this girl has thrown up in the Narail-2 seat. Narail has made roadshow on all sides of the Sadar and Lohagara, but emphasized the meeting in the yard area. The women in the area are listening to their thoughts. The husband has given the assurance to vote for the next. Despite repeated injuries, Mashrafe has always said that his wife has always been a hideaway hero in the cricket career. The captain of Bangladesh's one-day captain, who has managed to keep his mind in the game, has forgotten everything that he has done in the field. Mashrafe getting the shadow of his wife's confidence and confidence even at the beginning of politics And after taking the publicity of her husband, she took the attention of the voters of Sumi with her personality, speech and warmth. Thus, Mashrafe's wife is known as 'a little intimate girl' in the cricket turf. His presence with Mashrafe was rarely seen in various formalities or arrangements of cricket. However, Eleventh Parliament Nibarchan Sumi has brought another aspect of personality. In Narail town, village is heard in the village of Mashrafe's wife's election campaign. A few days ago, Sumi was saying in a public meeting, "You will win Mashrafe by winning votes on December 30 in Nikhban." The new year will be in progress in Narail. "Sumi said that the 'development' of the 'now' is coming back in the face of the people. Asmaul Hussana, a non-governmental employee, who was impressed by the promotion of Sumi at a yard post in Sadar upazila, He said, "After reading many TV shows on TV, Mashrafee Bhai has an idea. But I did not think that it was so heartfelt, so nice. Very easily mixed with us He has done very well. I think that they can be trusted. "In Sumi's own sub-district Lohagara, a tea shop in Kalagachi area speaks to Zainul Abedin, a bank employee. He said, there was a chance to talk a little with Mashrafe's wife. It was heartwarming to say that the person has also expressed his personality. There is nothing new to Mashrafe in Narail. I think our daughter too has become a big force in the field of Mashrafe. All talk of voting, para-mohalla chata, and tea cup storming along with Mashrafe, along with Sumi is also coming back. Many youths have jokingly said, 'Dugra Bhabi has killed the brother's popularity'. Better Brothers Bowling On Thursday, a road trip to Mashrafe was held at Debigram in Lohagara upazila, where Sumi's birth and education started. Over time, the village has left the city, and now it is rarely visited in the reality. Now, in spite of going to Debigram for the husband's vote, Sumi was in the verge of returning to the kingdom. Likewise, among the villagers, the joy of the new discovery of Sumi was also. On the way to the Goddess Primary School ground, Sumi asked for votes on the rights of his own village, for the jamiayera of the area. He said, 'I am your daughter. This is the village girl. In my village Dhedabari, the village is very close. Dada was the commander of liberation war, father was a freedom fighter I have come today to ask for your vote for the jaw But here I come and see, I do not want to vote. You are working to make him win. That's why I am grateful to you. "After a few minutes of his wife's speech, Mashrafe started talking. At the end of his speech, a voice came from the gathering in the middle of the gimlet - 'I think I am bowling better than my brother. Excellent said, great .... 'Human love family sources had little to do with politics, Sumi was familiar with. However, in this way, traveling around the countryside, in the courtyard, homecoming and mass communication experience. The popularity of cricket star Mashrafe is not new to Sumi. But the expression of love for the common man in the field of voting has stirred him sharply. He heard that surprise. Mashrafe was very popular, I knew it. But I thought, this popularity is understood by the innate tendency of people. We are also fans of many heroes and heroes, fans of poets and writers. But Mashrafe's appeal to remote areas in Narail, is not a traditional popularity. Its name is love, pure love. Sumi said, I could not imagine how much people love him. I am his wife, how many women are crying me, touching me a little! Many people are waiting for me for hours to watch me, waiting for the road. Many of the girls are watching me or hugging me in such a way that I am very close to anyone. It is because all love Mashrafei. Finds Sumi for some reason of genuine love, nothing can match again. "I'm mainly going to women. Many of them do not know about playing cricket. There is no reason to understand whether the cricketer Mashrafe is important. They just know that Mashrafe has their children. One thing is that, 'There is no reason to not vote for such a good person.' This good man is listening to everyone. "Because of the voluntary work organized by organizing youth in Mashrafe area before coming to politics, his other popularity may have been created in Narail's people. But outside of these, the madness that Mashrafe saw in the campaign of voting, could not give any other reason than 'unrequited love'. "Many people say the demand, seek-and-seek. Especially for the development of roads. But believe, most people do not have too much to ask. I went to such villages, in many homes
For the first time in just a few months of losing captaincy in August 2011, the number one ranking in the Test rankings is the All-Rounder. The top position is still intact. In the remaining two formats, There is no doubt that they will take possession of the top spot immediately after being temporarily backward. There is no doubt that he is a great asset for Bangladesh's cricket. There are many criticisms around him and many criticisms. He does not like much of his behavior. After all, Shakib al Hasan number one! In the match against the West Indies yesterday, Bangladesh came under heavy pressure to play Match loss is the series lost. Mahmudullah and Shakib got out of the match with two young Liton-Soumya. Opener Mahmudullah, who scored 21 runs, made an unbroken partnership of 91 runs with an unbeaten 42 off 26 balls. By creating a record score of 211, Bangladesh's victory margin was not very big. Winning against T20 World Winner Windies is not so easy. Shakib made it easy to do the hard work; Take 5 wickets for 20 runs. Here is the first of Shakib Bangladesh. He took 5 wickets in three types of cricket. Prior to Shakib Ilyas Sunny and Mostafizur Rahman took 5 wickets in T-Twenty. Shakib got five wickets in ODIs only once. But 18 times in the test! Only five people taking 5 wickets in three formats They are - Kuldeep Yadav, Imran Tahir, Umar Gul, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ajantha Mendis, Lasith Malinga and Tim Southee. 10,855 runs in international cricket; With 537 wickets His demands are increasing in all franchise tournaments around the world. What is the world-wide all-rounder saw? It is difficult to say where Shakib is at the end of his career; However, the number one that is to be said can be said in the eyes.
Bangladesh has whitewashed West Indies in two-match Test series. Tigers won by an innings and 184 runs in the second and final Test against visiting West Indies at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium at Mirpur on Sunday.
Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat first against visiting West Indies in the first Test of a two-match series at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Thursday morning. Bangladesh: 105/2 * (26.5 ov) The Tigers lost their first wicket in the very first over of the morning session as Soumya Sarkar fell to Kemar Roach in his comeback Test. Bangladesh recovered from the early loss as Mominul Haque and Imrul Kayes featured in a strong partnership in the first Test against West Indies. But Imrul Kayes also fell. Bangladesh have handed maiden Test cap to Nayeem Hasan at a simple ceremony on the day. [b]Bangladesh:[/b] Imrul Kayes, Soumya Sarkar, Mominul Haque, Mahmudullah Riyad, Shakib Al Hasan (captain), Mushfiqur Rahim, Mohammad Mithun, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Taijul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman and Nayeem Hasan. [b]West Indies:[/b] Kraigg Brathwaite (capt), Kieran Powell, Shai Hope, Shimron Hetmyer, Roston Chase, Sunil Ambris, Shane Dowrich, Shannon Gabriel, Jomel Warrican, Kemar Roach, Devendra Bishoo
Bangladesh scored 502 runs with loss of seven wickets in 156.3 overs in the second Test against Zimbabwe in Dhaka. Bangladesh extended their innings on an attritional second morning in Mirpur, Mushfiqur Rahim laying down anchor to go to lunch unbeaten on 135 from 307 deliveries. With Mahmudullah providing able support in a stand of 66 for the sixth wicket, Bangladesh reached 365 for 5 at the interval and looked set to bat deep into the day. Once again, Zimbabwe's catching let them down when it really mattered. In the fourth over of the morning, Tendai Chatara found the inside edge of Mushfiqur's bat with an offcutter, the ball ricocheting off his thigh on the way through to Regis Chakabva behind the stumps. The Zimbabwe wicketkeeper tumbled to his right, but spilled the chance. Worse still for the visitors, soon afterwards Chatara pulled up short running up to bowl the third delivery of his 22nd of the innings, clutching his left thigh and wincing in pain. He was stretchered off with a suspected grade 2 quadriceps muscle strain, and Zimbabwe lost a leader of their attack for the remainder of the match. The batting pair - and particularly Mushfiqur - ground down the rest of the bowlers in Chatara's absence. Mushfiqur faced 55 deliveries in the session before he hit his first boundary. There was no hint of the impatient or limited-overs batting style that blighted Bangladesh's efforts in the first Test, and Mushfiqur and Mahmudullah progressed through the morning very much in Test mode. There were four maidens in the first hour before Mahmudullah broke free with back to back boundaries off Donald Tiripano, and it was only as the lunch interval neared that Mushfiqur started to impose himself a little more. Mushfiqur took an hour and a half to score his first ten runs of the day, but then unfurled the sweep shot to good effect against Zimbabwe's spinners, collecting boundaries off Sean Williams and Brandon Mavuta before umpire Kumar Dharmasena called the players off for lunch. The batting pair only took 62 runs from the first session, but more importantly, they did not allow Zimbabwe a breakthrough.
Mominul Haque and Mushfiqur Rahim scored a magnificent ton saw Bangladesh reigned the first day scoring 303 for 5 at stumps against visiting Zimbabwe in the second and final Test held at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium at Mirpur in the city on Sunday. Opted to bat first after winning the toss, Bangladesh plunged into deep trouble as they lost their three top orders batsman early in the innings. It was a difficult session for the Tigers as Zimbabwe bowled with fire, maintaining good line and length. The wicket provided good carry and movement. Kyle Jarvis launched early inroad on Bangladesh innings removing both the Bangladesh openers. He first sent back to opener Imrul Kays who backed to the pavilion without disturbing the score board. Liton Das also lasted a little as he failed to keep the ball on the ground, driving the ball in the air, straight to the man to become Jarvis’s second victim. Debutant Mohammad Mithun also failed to open his account as he perished to Donald Tiripano leaving Bangladesh in deep trouble. In this crucial stage, Bangladesh desperately needed a big partnership to o repair their early damage and both Mominul and Mushfiq concentrated to rebuild the dilapidated Bangladesh’s innings. The left-hander Mominul made the most of drop catch on nine dispatched a Sikandar Raza full-toss to the mid-wicket boundary in the 55th over to complete his seventh Test ton in style. Mushfiqur Rahim and Mominul Haque, two of Tigers’ regular performers also shared a massive 266-run fourth wickets stand to take the team’s to a commanding position before Tendai Chatara finally broke the stubborn partnership dismissing Mominul, who’s heroic innings ended at 161 off 247-ball that furnished with 19 boundaries. The Zimbabwe bowlers however fought back in the final session of the day picking up two wickets of Mominul Haque and Taijul Islam. Despite picking up two wickets late on the day, Bangladesh were the clear winners of the last two sessions courtesy of Mominul Haque’s 161 and Mushfiqur Rahim’s unbeaten 111. Mushfiqur, who provided an ample support to Mominul during the process of 266-run stand, also completed his sixth Test century. He contributed 111 runs off 231-balls laced with nine boundaries to remain unbeaten along with skipper Mahmudullah 4 as the bails were drawn for the day. Kyle Jarvis was the pick of Zimbabwe bowler as he claimed three wickets conceding 48 runs. He was well supported by Tendai Chatara and Donald Tiripano who both shared one wicket giving away 28 and 33 runs respectively. [b]Brief score:[/b] Bangladesh 1st innings – 303 for 5, Mominul 161, Mushfiqur 111 batting, Mahmudullah 0 batting, Jarvis 3/48, Chatara 1/28 and Tiripano 1/33.
Zimbabwe has beat Bangladesh by 151 runs in the first Test of the two-match series at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium. Zimbabwe: 282 & 181 Bangladesh: 143 & 169 (63.1 ov, target 321) Zimbabwe chased their first Test win in five years after having Bangladesh five down by lunch on day four. The offspinner bowled 17 overs on the trot to nip out three giant strikes as Bangladesh slipped and slid on the face of a daunting target on a tricky surface where there was enough turn to keep the spinners interested. Raza, who took three wickets in the first innings, looked threatening all session, with Bangladesh's batsman paying the price for indecision. They were tottering at 111 for 5, having lost debutant Nazmul Hossain Shanto to a long-hop to give fellow debutant Brandon Mavuta a wicket when he slapped one straight to Raza - who else - at cover point in the final over before lunch. While the spinners enjoyed four wickets between them, Kyle Jarvis extracted bounce and some late movement to have Mominul Haque chop on earlier in the session. The only semblance of support for Bangladesh came in the form of Imrul Kayes, who looked solid in his 43 until a grave mistake cost him. Looking to paddle sweep Raza, he played too early and was bowled round his legs. Before Imrul fell, Liton Das, with whom he put on a half-century opening stand - Bangladesh's first in Tests since January - was out lbw. riginally given not out, Hamilton Masakadza reviewed and stood vindicated when ball tracking showed the missed pull to a short delivery would've crashed into middle and leg. The opening pair survived three chances in total. Brendan Taylor put down a tough chance at first slip off Jarvis to repirve Imrul, while Brian Chari couldn't latch on to two tough chances - one at silly point and the other at short leg - off both openers. Mominul struck two crisp boundaries but his woeful run continued when he misjudged the length of a Jarvis delivery that rattled his stumps. Bangladesh needed a rally from their captain, but they didn't get one. Average close to seven in his last six Test innings, Mahmudullah was a picture of doubt at the crease. Caught in two minds - of pulling or paddling - he was out as the ball lobbed off his gove to short leg. It completed a full-blown collapse to give the visitors more than a ray of hope heading into the second session, after what has so far been a winless tour. [i]Source: espncricinfo.com[/i]
Sean Williams continued his great form on this Bangladesh tour, as he kept Zimbabwe afloat in the second session of day one. At tea, he was batting on 53, having already scored 226 runs in the ODI series in which he was dismissed just once. Zimbabwe: 164/4 * (66.4 ov) Williams struck four boundaries in his 125 balls at the crease, adding 44 for the fourth wicket with Sikandar Raza after Hamilton Masakadza fell in the first over after lunch. Abu Jayed removed Masakadza with a delivery that moved sharply into the batsmen's front pad. Masakadza didn't add any runs to the 52 he made in the morning session. Raza, who became Nazmul Islam's first Test victim, was bowled for 19 and his dismissal led to a slowdown in Zimbabwe's scoring, with Nazmul and Mehidy Hasan Miraz racking up six maidens in a row at one stage. But Williams and PJ Moor fought through that difficult period to take Zimbabwe to tea still four down. Having chosen to bat, Zimbabwe had made 85 for 2 in a first session that had very little drama. Taijul Islam removed both Brian Chari and Brendan Taylor, while Hamilton Masakadza remained steadfast in scoring 52. Masakadza struck three fours and two sixes, all off Taijul and all with power. Both sixes were struck straight down the ground while the fours were either cut or swept. Chari struck Abu Jayed, Bangladesh's only seamer in this attack, for two fours before his ugly slog off Taijul only caught air; he was bowled for 13. Brendan Taylor also followed suit, although he was undone by a beautifully crafted delivery from Taijul, to which he employed the forward press. But the ball slid on with the angle and caught his inside edge, which was latched on to by Nazmul Hossain Shanto, playing his first Test since January 2017, at short leg. Earlier, Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to bat first against hosts Bangladesh in the first Test of the two-match series at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium. Bangladesh decided to pick just the one seamer - Abu Jayed - as they bank on a three-man spin attack. They handed debuts to middle-order batsman Ariful Haque and left-arm spinner Nazmul Islam as they made four changes from their last Test line-up. Nazmul Hossain has been included in the playing eleven while pacer Mustafizur Rahman was dropped as Bangladesh opted for three spinners in Nazmul, Taijul Islam and Mehedi Miraz. Abu Jayed Rahi was picked in the side and he, along with Ariful are the only pace bowling options in the side. [b]Bangladesh:[/b] 1 Liton Das, 2 Imrul Kayes, 3 Nazmul Hossain Shanto, 4 Mominul Haque, 5 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), 6 Mahmudullah (capt), 7 Ariful Haque, 8 Mehidy Hasan Miraz, 9 Taijul Islam, 10 Nazmul Islam, 11 Abu Jayed [b]Zimbabwe:[/b] 1 Hamilton Masakadza (capt), 2 Brian Chari, 3 Brendan Taylor, 4 Sean Williams, 5 Sikandar Raza, 6 PJ Moor, 7 Regis Chakabva (wk), 8 Brandon Mavuta, 9 Wellington Masakadza, 10 Kyle Jarvis, 11 Tendai Chatara The second Test of the series will be held at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka from November 11.
West Indies allrounder Dwayne Bravo has called time on his international career. He will however continue to play franchise T20 cricket across the world. The 35-year-old made his debut in 2004, and played 40 Tests, 164 ODIs and 66 T20Is, although his last international appearance was more than two years ago, in a T20I against Pakistan in September 2016. In a statement released to the media, Bravo said, "Today I want to confirm to the cricket world that I have officially retired from international cricket in all formats of the game. After 14 years when I made my debut for the West Indies, I still remember that moment I received the maroon cap before walking onto the Lords Cricket Ground against England in July 2004. The enthusiasm and passion I felt then, I have kept with me throughout my career. Bravo played his last Test in 2010, and had gradually transformed into a T20 specialist in the past few years. The combination of his big-hitting ability, athletic fielding, and canny bowling with an assortment of slower balls and change-ups made him a much sough-after figure in T20 cricket the world over. His last ODI was in 2014, the fourth match of the dramatic series against India in Dharamsala, after which the West Indies flew home in protest against their board, cutting the tour short. Bravo was the captain of the ODI side then, and at the toss, the full squad stood behind him, symbolically backing his decision. With his announcement, Bravo has drawn a line under any potential international comeback. As recently as before West Indies' ongoing tour of India, there had been talk of Bravo, among others, possibly making it to the national team. He ends with 2200 runs at an average of 31.42 in Tests, with three centuries, to go with 86 wickets at 39.83. In ODIs, he made 2968 runs at 25.36, with a strike-rate of 82.30, while taking 199 wickets at 29.51 with an economy rate of 5.41.
আগের দিনেই তুলে নিয়েছিলেন ফিফটি। দিন শেষে অপরাজিত ছিলেন ৬২ রানে। আজ শেষ দিনে সেটিকে সেঞ্চুরিতে রূপান্তর করেছেন মুমিনুল হক। বড় জয় পেয়েছে তার দল চট্টগ্রাম বিভাগ। ওয়ালটন জাতীয় ক্রিকেট লিগের চতুর্থ রাউন্ডে দ্বিতীয় স্তরের এই ম্যাচে ঢাকা বিভাগকে ৮ উইকেটে হারিয়েছে চট্টগ্রাম। এবারের জাতীয় লিগে এটাই তাদের প্রথম জয়। চতুর্থ ইনিংসে চট্টগ্রামের সামনে ছিল ২০২ রানের লক্ষ্য। তৃতীয় দিনেই জয়ের অর্ধেক কাজটা সেরে রেখেছিলেন মুমিনুল ও তাসামুল হক। লক্ষ্য তাড়ায় চট্টগ্রামের শুরুটা যদিও ভালো ছিল না। ২২ রানের মধ্যেই ফিরে গিয়েছিলেন দুই ওপেনার সাদিকুর রহমান ও পিনাক ঘোষ। সেখান থেকে দলকে জয়ের বন্দরে পৌঁছে দেন মুমিনুল ও তাসামুল। জয় থেকে ৮৯ রান দূরে থেকে আজ শেষ দিন শুরু করেছিল চট্টগ্রাম। ৪৬ রান নিয়ে দিন শুরু করা তাসামুল দিনের শুরুতেই ফিফটি পূর্ণ করেন ৫৯ বলে। আর মুমিনুল আগের দিনের ফিফটিটাকে পূর্ণতা দেন সেঞ্চুরিতে। ব্যক্তিগত ৯৮ থেকে তাইবুর রহমানের বলে দুই রান নিয়ে তিন অঙ্ক ছুঁয়ে ফেলেন বাঁহাতি ব্যাটসম্যান। প্রথম শ্রেণির ক্রিকেটে এটি মুমিনুল ১৬তম সেঞ্চুরি। মুমিনুল-তাসামুলের অবিচ্ছিন্ন ১৮৩ রানের জুটিতে চট্টগ্রাম ম্যাচ জিতেছে প্রথম সেশনেই। আব্দুল মজিদকে টানা তিন চারে জয় নিশ্চিত করেন তাসামুল। ১১৫ বলে ১১ চার ও ২ ছক্কায় ১১১ রানে অপরাজিত ছিলেন মুমিনুল। ১১০ বলে ১৩ চার ও এক ছক্কায় ৮৯ রানে অপরাজিত থাকেন তাসামুল। প্রথম ইনিংসে ৮টি ও দ্বিতীয় ইনিংসে ৩টি- ম্যাচে ১১ উইকেট নিয়ে ‘ম্যান অব দ্য ম্যাচ’ হয়েছেন অবশ্য চট্টগ্রামের তরুণ অফ স্পিনার নাঈম হাসান। [b]সংক্ষিপ্ত স্কোর[/b][b]:[/b] [b]ঢাকা ১ম ইনিংস:[/b] ২৮৮ ও ২য় ইনিংস: ১৫১ [b]চট্টগ্রাম ১ম ইনিংস: [/b]২৩৮ ও ২য় ইনিংস: (লক্ষ্য ২০২) ২০৫/২ [b]ফল:[/b] চট্টগ্রাম ৮ উইকেটে জয়ী [b]ম্যান অব দ্য ম্যাচ:[/b] নাঈম হাসান।