Mazhar Uddin | The Daily Star
  • Mazhar Uddin

  • Speed Bangladesh's biggest challenge

    When it comes to adapting to seaming conditions the first aspect is the pace of the pitch, which generates more speed when the ball hits the deck and coupled with the movement, it makes life difficult for the batsman.
  • 'I felt what actual pace is'

    It was the first time experiencing New Zealand for Bangladesh players Liton Das, Mohammad Saifuddin and Mohammad Mithun when they played the first ODI on Wednesday. And although the visitors lost the game by a comprehensive eight wickets, Saifuddin and Mithun had relatively good outings in their maiden appearance in the testing conditions.
  • Poor batsmanship costs Tigers

    "Mushy [Mushfiqur Rahim] I know you are able to get boundaries with this stroke but what you need to realise is that here in New
  • Loving cricket with all other senses

    In the middle of the Bangladesh team's training session at Nelson Park in Napier yesterday, two locals came up and sat just outside the fence to observe the players.
  • Confidence Mash's magic mantra

    “I'm telling you, we are going to win tomorrow [Wednesday],” a confident Tigers skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza told reporters while relaxing after a training session at McLean Park in Napier on the eve of the first match of the three-ODI series against New Zealand yesterday.