Mazhar Uddin | The Daily Star
  • Mazhar Uddin

  • Youngsters need belief and intent

    With two of the most experienced Bangladesh players Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal absent due to injury, the upcoming Zimbabwe series at home will be a platform for youngsters to step up and take responsibility.
  • The two sides of experience

    An elated Fazle Rabbi, who earned a maiden call-up on Thursday to Bangladesh's squad for the Zimbabwe ODIs, said that he had at one stage given up hope of getting the treasured call. That is perhaps because not so long ago players past the age of 24 or 25 were thought to have crossed the stage beyond which an international career was unlikely.
  • 'Cricket's all I have'

    Fazle Rabbi was sitting in Mawa Ghat yesterday, waiting for the after-effects of cyclone Titli to abate and allow him passage to Barishal when another treasured door opened for the first time for the batsman who has been plying his trade in domestic cricket for the last 14 years.
  • Bangladesh's star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan starts treatment

    Shakib's 2019 WC in jeopardy

    A left little finger injury that just a month ago seemed to be a minor one has now worsened to the point that ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan's participation in the 2019 ICC World Cup, set to begin on May 30 in England, is currently in jeopardy.
  • Domestic games can unlock potential

    With an aim to be prepared for the next ICC Under-19 World Cup in South Africa in 2020, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) banked on a fresh batch of cricketers in the Under-19 Asia Cup at home in a campaign that ended in a nerve-wracking two-run defeat against India in the semifinal on Thursday.