The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has formed a three-member special committee to look into the performance of the Bangladesh national team in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup India 2023, said a press release from the BCB.
“The truth is that many people here are more interested in winning the battle of words. That’s why we as a nation didn’t perform well,” Akram said
With Shakib Al Hasan currently out injured with finger injury, the question has arisen on who would lead the Bangladesh Test side against Afghanistan on June 14. Under natural circumstances, the vice-captain comes in to lead the side but rumours are floating around that Liton Das does not want to lead the side in the match.
It was on this day, 26 years ago, that wicketkeeper-batter Khaled Masud Pilot hit the first delivery of the last over, bowled by Martin Suji, for a six as Bangladesh inched closer to the 11 needed for victory in that final over
Following a comprehensive seven-wicket defeat against the West Indies in the first Test, questions once again arose about the Tigers’ approach in the longest format of the game as their batters were unable to have any impact in either innings in Antigua.
“As far as I know he [Mohammad Saifuddin] is experiencing some pain and it may take some time,” Akram Khan said. “I will talk to the physio [Thihan Chandramohan] about that. But Mosaddek Hossain may be fit for the next game.
In the lead-up to the 2019 World Cup, we take a look back on World Cups past through the eyes of Bangladesh’s former World Cup stars. Akram Khan had featured for the nation’s inaugural World Cup campaign in 1999 and another time after that in the 2003 edition. Akram, who is national selector