Mazhar Uddin | The Daily Star
  • Mazhar Uddin

  • Lack of foresight in spotlight

    Over 20 years after being made part of cricket’s most elite format, questions still linger regarding whether Bangladesh has developed a proper Test culture.
  • If not from errors, learn from opposition

    Bangladesh were the clear favourites ahead of the two-match Test series against the West Indies after the majority of the Caribbean side’s top cricketers opted out of the tour.
  • Weak Tigers whitewashed by Windies

    The failings of Bangladesh’s approach to Test cricket came under the scanner once again as the batsmen displayed a lack of the requisite temperament in a humiliating 17-run defeat to West Indies in the second Test, which sealed a 2-0 series whitewash for the visitors.
  • Vision for the future still muddled

    The Tigers’ team management suddenly took a U-turn in Chattogram after all the talk of creating a good cricketing culture and giving more exposure to seamers prior to the start of the two-match Test series against the West Indies.
  • Spinners need to adapt and level up

    The ploy of packing the side with an arsenal of spinners on a pitch prepared to aid them backfired yet again as hosts Bangladesh suffered a shocking defeat in the first Test in Chattogram, where West Indies chased down a record 395-run target.