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Tamim’s audition a blessing in disguise

Tamim’s audition a blessing in disguise

Over the last eight years, Bangladesh have seen Mashrafe Mortaza, Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim gradually lead the team through a transition period…

SL eager to hit back after Test whitewash

AFP, CENTURION: Sri Lanka are eager to regain some pride after a dismal Test series when they start the limited-overs section of their tour with the first of three Twenty20 internationals on Friday. They will face an inexperienced South African team in the T20 series before playing the hosts in five…
Ton-up Smith steers Aussies to take lead

Ton-up Smith steers Aussies to take lead

AFP, PERTH: Australia capitalised on Pakistan’s errors to win the one-day international in Perth on Thursday by seven wickets, with skipper Steven…
Istomin shocks Djokovic in second round

Istomin shocks Djokovic in second round

AFP, MELBOURNE: Novak Djokovic suffered arguably the biggest defeat of his career when he crashed out of the Australian Open to 117th-ranked Uzbek Denis…

De Villiers to skip Tests with England, Bangladesh

AFP, JOHANNESBURG: South African batting star AB de Villiers’ absence from Test cricket will extend until late this year after he told journalists on Wednesday that he will miss the series against England and Bangladesh. He had already announced at a one-day series launch on Tuesday that he had…

Tamim to lead Bangladesh in second Test

Tamim Iqbal will lead the Bangladesh team in the second Test against New Zealand which begins in Christchurch today, a BCB press release said. Tamim has been named as captain for the match after regular skipper Mushfiqur Rahim was ruled out due to a thumb injury. Batsmen Imrul Kayes and Mominul Haque…

Mamun, Ishita earn double crown

Mamun Bepari of  Samson H Chowdhury Club, Pabna and Ishita Akhtar of BKSP earned a double crown each in the AIUB Victory Day Tennis Tournament which concluded at the National Tennis Complex in the capital yesterday. Mamun Bepari lifted men’s singles title in a major tournament for the first…
Celta inflict King’s Cup misery on Madrid

Celta inflict King’s Cup misery on Madrid

AFP, MADRID: After surrendering a record 40-game unbeaten run, Real Madrid suffered a second defeat in four days on Wednesday as Celta Vigo took a 2-1…

Lucas guides Liverpool through

AFP, PLYMOUTH (UK): Stand-in captain Lucas Leiva scored his first goal in seven years to earn Liverpool a 1-0 victory at fourth-tier underdogs Plymouth Argyle in Wednesday’s FA Cup third-round replay. The Brazilian, playing at centre-back, met countryman Philippe Coutinho’s 18th-minute corner…
Cameroon close in on Africa Cup last eight berth

Cameroon close in on Africa Cup last eight berth

AFP, LIBREVILLE: Defender Michael Ngadeu smashed in the winning goal as Cameroon came from behind to beat minnows Guinea-Bissau 2-1 at the Africa Cup…

Money man Tevez touches down in Shanghai

AFP, SHANGHAI: Argentine striker Carlos Tevez arrived Thursday to a rousing welcome from hundreds of fans in Shanghai, where he will join local side Shenhua in a deal that reportedly makes him the world’s top-earning footballer. Tevez, 32, is the highest-profile foreign player lured to China’s…
Aubameyang goal not enough for Gabon

Aubameyang goal not enough for Gabon

AFP, LIBREVILLE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netted for the second time in as many games but Africa Cup of Nations hosts Gabon were again held to a 1-1…

Women’s legend Heyhoe-Flint passes away

AFP, LONDON: English women’s cricketing great Rachael Heyhoe-Flint who captained them to victory in the 1973 World Cup has died aged 77, the MCC announced Wednesday. Heyhoe Flint, who played for England in 22 Tests and 23 One Day Internationals from her debut in 1960 to her retirement in 1982,…
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