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  • Waqar Younis: Pakistan do not deserve to reach T20 semis

    Waqar Younis, head coach of Pakistan team is doubtful that his team is “good enough” to play in the World T20 semi-final, reports The Express Tribune.

  • How the INDvBAN cricket match led to a hacker war

    After the Asia Cup final match a team of hackers calling themselves the Kerala Cyber Warriors hacked into more than 15 Bangladeshi websites, including several belonging to the government. Visitors to the sites were greeted with victorious Hindi music, yet more cricket memes and a message: "YOUR CRICKET TEAM IS NOTHING".

  • Ticket troubles irk desperate fans

    Chaotic scenes dominated the area around the United Commercial Bank Limited's (UCBL) Mirpur 10 branch yesterday as desperate ticket buyers, for the Asia Cup final, and the police were involved in a number of clashes throughout the day.

  • Tigers keep cards close to chest

    "Ha! Tickets? I doubt whether even I'll be able to get in or not!" a leading cricketer spoke into his phone yesterday, one would assume jokingly, after being asked to provide tickets for tomorrow's Asia Cup T20 final while he was relaxing after training at the Mirpur Indoor.

  • 'We can stun India in final'

    The Bangladesh national team cricketers enjoyed a well-deserved day off yesterday. It was the least that the team management could do after the players pulled off a stunning victory against Pakistan and booked themselves a spot in the final.

  • Shakib reprimanded for misconduct

    Top allrounder Shakib Al Hasan is reprimanded by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for misconduct during Asia Cup match against Pakistan.

  • Waqar Younis

    Waqar laments Pakistan's 'sad story' exit

    Amid the joyous tumult at the Shere Bangla National Stadium, there were a few quiet voices searching for answers.

  • Tigers maul Pakistan

    A chartered flight is usually reserved for heads of states or billionaires. The Tigers may not have elevated themselves to that status but on Wednesday night they forced their employer to make an arrangement for one such flight from Dhaka to Dharamsala after an extraordinary five-wicket win against Pakistan.

  • Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan

    Sri Lanka seek answers against in-form India

    India win both their games in the Asia Cup so far, against Bangladesh and Pakistan, Sri Lanka beat UAE but lost to Bangladesh, and another defeat will make qualification hard for them.

  • Asia Cup: Mustafiz may miss, Tamim likely to join

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman may miss rest of the team’s games of the Asia Cup due to his injuries which he suffered during the last match against Sri Lanka, while opener Tamim Iqbal is likely to replace him in the squad for the tournament.

  • Bowling-heavy teams duel for first points

    Pakistan can work on getting used to conditions and ticking the boxes that are required to win matches. UAE, at that point where they are here for the memories, will try their best to sneak in a few trick questions.

  • Tigers tame the Lions

    The roaring fans saw their beloved Tigers create another bit of history in their favourite den last night. Sabbir Rahman's career best and well-composed 80-run knock was ably aided by intelligent bowling to secure a maiden T20 win against Sri Lanka and kept the home team's hopes of playing the Asia Cup final alive.

  • Tigers take on Lanka today

    Bangladesh, with one win from two Asia Cup T20 games, will take on Sri Lanka at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur at 7:30pm today. Sri Lanka

  • A Mirpur anticlimax

    Wherever India and Pakistan meet on a cricketing plane, it is considered as the mother of all battles. And it was no exception when the

  • India, Pakistan meet in another one-off contest

    There is no shortage of emotion and expectation from fans around the world, even without the lure of an Asia Cup trophy as India-Pakistan cricket is in the air at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.

  • Bowlers do the job

    Bangladesh's bowling proved to be too good to handle for UAE last night at Mirpur as the hosts bounced back from their defeat against India in the first

  • Rohit punishes Tigers

    A sublime innings by a fortunate Rohit Sharma condemned Bangladesh to a 45-run loss in the Asia Cup T20 in Mirpur last night. It might have been different as the normally T20-reticent Tigers sprang off the blocks with their pacers, who responded brilliantly on a green pitch at Mirpur in the opener to

  • Bangladesh fall short by 45 runs

    Bangladesh lose the opening match of the Asia Cup 2016 against India by 45 runs under the lights at Mirpur stadium.

  • Mustafizur in spotlight

    When the Bangladesh-India match in the Asia Cup T20 gets underway this evening at Mirpur , the obvious question about who the

  • Shahzad fifty knocks Hong Kong out

    UAE are close to make it to the main round of the Asia Cup T20 as they beat Hong Kong by six wickets to move to the top of the points table with one game to play.

  • Afghanistan win thriller after Dawlat heroics

    Afghanistan reinvigorate their hopes of qualifying for the main round of the Asia Cup T20 with a thrilling three-wicket win over Oman at Fatullah stadium in Dhaka.