Thursday, March 20, 2014

Bangledesh vs. Hong Kong T20 match

In T20 cricket match was Bangladesh vs. Hong Kong, and Hong Kong won.

The first time Hong Kong played cricket T20 match in Bangladesh. They both good played. But Bangladesh was lose in last over.
Bangladesh did qualify for the Super 10 stage, but did so in embarrassing circumstances in Chittagong.
Haseeb Amjad (12) hammered the fourth ball of the 20th over for a six to bring up the winning runs at the Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
Sent in to bat first, hosts Bangladesh batted with reckless abandon and paid the price as they were skittled out for 108 in just 16.3 overs.
The stunning batting collapse provided Nepal with an outside chance to go through. But Hong Kong failed to reach the target of 109 in 13.2 overs.
Bangladesh will now play reigning champions West Indies, former champions Pakistan and India and Australia.
But skipper Mushfiqur Rahim will be certainly worried since losing to an associate nation is not the best way to prepare for tougher contests.
It was the fourth time an Associate Nation defeated a Test-playing nation in T20 internationals.
Irfan Ahmed (34) -- dropped twice, on 0 and 12, started off briskly, although his opening partner Waqas Barkat sent back by Shakib Al Hasan for a duck.
Shakib proved unplayable, and he along with the other spinners put Bangladesh right on top.
The left-arm spinner struck twice in his fourth and last overs. Skipper Jamie Atkinson (7) and Irfan were both trapped in the front. Shakib ended with stunning figures of 3-9 in his four, which included 17 dot balls.
Rubel Hossain could not bowl because of injury after he tried and fluffed the low catching chance of Irfan.
Babar Hayat (1) edged Al-Amin Hossain back to Mushfiqur and Mahmudullah struck with his first ball to get better of Mark Chapman (5), sending the anxious crowd into delirium and leaving Hong Kong reeling at 50 for 5 in 9.1overs.
Forty-year old Munir Dar, who top-scored with a fine 36, had different ideas as he kept the taking cheeky ones and twos and hitting the occasional boundaries.
Abdur Razzak was brought back into the attack after the ball was changed in what was the last throw of the dice from his captain.
Mahmudullah trapped Dar leg before. Sabbir then went through the defence of Tanwir Afzal.
Mahmudullah also took out Niazat Khan (12), who holed out to Mominul Haque, the substitute fielder.
But Amjad kept his cool in the final over
The Tigers fell from 85 for 3 in the space of just four overs, losing their last 7 wickets for just 23 runs to keep millions of their fans on the edge.
Anamul Haque, Shakib and Mushfiqur Rahim all threw their wickets away to leave Bangladesh in trouble.
Mushfiqur, after the match, admitted that they did not read the wicket well thinking it was a 140 wicket.

Friday, February 21, 2014

The 21 February on 2014

A story about book fair and Shahid Minar

That was a historical day on my life. Minimum 1 million people stay on Sahabag that day. They are all went there for visit Shahid Minar. I also went there for visit Shahid Minar. There was so loudly.
Everybody was so tired that time. Other reason is book fair. That’s why there was so crowd. At a moment I go Shahid Minar.
Then I see there were so many people. But it was enjoyable. At first I round Shahid Minar, then I go font on Shahid Minar without my footwear.
I get there some feeling. When I stay out from there then I see A mad mother protect her child very carefully. And the child was so enjoy there. I was feeling sorry about that child.
Then I visit book fair. There were minimum 238 book shops. All are different books there.
The famous writer Humayun Ahmad’s book buy many people. 
I ask a book fair visitor why like this book? He said, this my favorite book and the writer is Humayun Ahmad.

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

The Bangladesh team tries their best for victory

Bangladesh has now trying their best for win vs Sri Lanka

Bangladesh has been pushing Sri Lanka very close almost every time the two sides have met over the last month or so, but they have just lost out in the end.
 The whole team appears they will give their best to win the last match before the World Twenty20 and the Asia Cup starts in Bangladesh. We have to win to keep the series alive. We are focused on just that. If we don’t make casual mistakes and if luck favors us we have the ability to win, Musfiqur Rahim said that.
Bangladesh will want senior players like Mushfiqur and Shakib Al Hasan to take bat more responsibly, particularly if Tamim Iqbal remains down with a neck strain.
What is worrying for the hosts is that opener Tamim Iqbal and pace spearhead Mashrafe Mortaza are not yet fit.
Tamim’s inclusion may omit Mahmudullah Riyad. Debutant in the last match Al-Amin Hossain may be left out if Mashrafe is brought in.
If Mushfiq returns to keep behind the stumps, all-rounder Naeem Islam will return to the side. He was the highest scorer (163 runs in three matches in an average of 54.33) for Bangladesh in their latest ODI series against New Zealand.
Paul Farbrace, the Sri Lankan coach, hopes that the task will not fall upon just one player in the remaining matches.
Off-spinner Sachithra Senanayake hinted that Sri Lankan squad would remain the same except injured pacer Nuan Kulasekara.
The tigers of Bangladesh team will be trying their best.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

New Zealand drew the second Test with India

Brendon McCullum became the first New Zealander to score a Test triple century

The captain's 647-minute knock ended when he fell for 302 from 559 balls. McCullum, 32, shared a Test-record sixth-wicket stand of 352 with wicketkeeper Brad Watling (124) as the hosts declared on 680-8 in Wellington.
That was the Kiwis' highest Test score and also a world-record total for a third innings in Test cricket.
India were 166-3 at the close, with Virat Kohli 105 not out, as they failed to avenge their 40-run defeat in the first Test in Auckland.
McCullum, 32, hit 224 in that match but this time surpassed the 299 Martin Crowe made at the same venue against Sri Lanka in January 1991, becoming only the 27th triple centurion in Test history.
After a nervous moment on 293 when he edged a ball from Ishant Sharma that fell short of Mahendra Dhoni, he chopped away a Zaheer Khan delivery to the boundary to pass 300.
But he was out just two balls later, edging Zaheer Khan through to Dhoni.
McCullum's side had been staring defeat in the face when, with five wickets down and needing another 152 runs to prevent an innings defeat in the second Test, Watling joined him at the crease.
But the duo turned the match on its head and debutant Jimmy Neesham added an unbeaten 137, the highest score by a debutant batting at number eight, to see New Zealand to safety. 

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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

ICC T20 event ambassadors are Mushfiqur Rahim and Salima

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced Bangladesh’s event ambassadors for the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 with less than a month to go for the tournament.



The men ambassadors are skipper Mushfiqur Rahim, all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, opening batsman Tamim Iqbal and lower-middle-order batsman Nasir Hossain.
Women’s captain Salman Khatun and Ayasha Rahman are the event ambassadors for the women’s competition, the Cricinfo has reported.
The ICC World Twenty20 2014 will be held from March 16 to April 6 at four venues around Bangladesh. The ICC Women's World Twenty20 will also be held in Bangladesh from March 23.
The six ambassadors will promote the tournament through a series of appearances in promotional events, including the official trophy tour and processions, as well as a ‘Mini World Twenty20 tournament’ that will be held from 23 February to 6 March as part of the School-Contact Program-me.
The event ambassadors will also take part in coaching clinics to be organized by the ICC with its charity partners as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program-me.
Mushfiqur said: “I feel privileged and honored to be appointed as an event ambassador. The fact that this role gives me an opportunity to get closer to fans makes it extra special. I am really looking forward to the variety of related activities.”
“Cricketers are considered national heroes in Bangladesh, and that level of popularity reminds us of the need to give something back. Through the identity cricket has given us, we can touch lives and make a difference. As an event ambassador, I hope to put a smile on many faces.
“As a Bangladeshi, this is a moment to be proud of. We will be the cricket world’s focal point for over three weeks, and that is a testament to our organizing capabilities and growing reputation as a cricket nation. This is an incomparable feeling for me,” the wicketkeeper–batsman said.
Excitement over being chosen an event ambassador, Salma Khatun said: “This is definitely a career highlight for me. Women’s cricket has come a long way in Bangladesh, and this is an opportunity to further promote the game and its values, especially among young girls for whom sports can be a beacon of hope.”
Salma Khatun said leading the country in ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2014 before her home crowd was far beyond her “wildest dreams as a child when I was growing up in a rural area far away from the infrastructure and facilities required to excel in sports”.
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Monday, February 17, 2014

Bangladesh again lost the 3rd match vs. Sri Lanka

This is 3rd time Bangladesh lost the cricket match vs. Sri Lanka Shere-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Monday 2pm to 8.45pm

 
Bangladesh was so near for win this cricket match.
The hosts, chasing 181 for victory in a rain-reduced 43 over’s match, were 114-2 in the 20th over. They crashed to 167 in 39.2 over’s losing eight wickets but added only 53 from a position of strength.
When the side’s topscorer Shamsur Rahman (62) was dismissed, 67 was required with eight wickets left but the middle-order combusted to hand the tourists a narrow win.
Opener Anamul Haque was back in the hutch in the second delivery of the innings, but a 79-run second-wicket partnership between Mominul Haque and Shamsur put them back on track.
Thisara Perera was the man to put an end to the partnership as he sent back Mominul, who was six runs short of his maiden ODI fifty.
Shamsur made it to his maiden ODI fifty but soon after fell victim of a run-out, leaving the score on 114-3.
Bangladesh’s chances started receding from that point and could add only 54 runs.
Mushfiqur Rahim, who was the ninth prey of Sri Lanka, added 27 runs off 50 deliveries. He saw five of his men join him and go back in a hurry.
Three of them were run-out including the last one, Rubel Hossain, as Sri Lanka came back from the dead to pull off an unlikely victory.
Angelo Mathews picked up three wickets, while Sachithra Senanayake took two.
Earlier, Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bowl first.
The match was delayed by an hour and forty five minutes as excessive water on the field took too much time to dry due to the new grass on the field despite the rain having stopped some time ago.
Sri Lanka were bowled out for 180 runs in 40 over’s.
They were in deep trouble at 67 for 8, struggling to get to 100 but Bangladesh bowlers and fielders let the Lankans off the hook.
But they fought back with a late 82-run ninth wicket partnership between Perera and Senanayake (30) to put up a respectable total.
Five drop catches by the home side let the shackles off the Sri Lankan batsmen.
Perera, who was adjudged Man of the Match, was reprieved three times.
He cashed in on the sloppy fielding to a career-best 80 off 57 balls, his third fifty that contained four boundaries and six sixes.
Rubel Hossain, Shakib Al Hasan and Arafat Sunny picked up two wickets each for the hosts.
The second of the three-ODI series will be on Feb 20 at the same venue.
At the last moment all Bangladeshi fan are shocked for this wicket.
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Saturday, February 15, 2014

A great victory in sri lanka's again

In the Friday was at 9 pm bangladesh vs sri lanka . And this matches sri lanka win again

Thisara Perara (35 off 28 balls) held his nerve and Sachithra Senanayake (12) batted with guts to take their team over the line in the last ball, with two required, at Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium at Chittagong.
Sri Lanka seemed destined to seal the chase with ease after their bowlers and fielders wrested control of the decider thanks to profligate batting by the Tigers.
Kumar Sangakkara (37) held firm to put his side back on track, sharing a 46-run stand with Perera after a flurry of early wickets reduced Sri Lanka to 50 for six in the 12th over.
Requiring nine runs in the last six balls, Perara and Senanayake batted sensibly before the latter slogged for a boundary.
When Sangakkara cut straight Rubel Hossain straight to Tamim Iqbal at short third man, Sri Lanka still needed 25 to win off 20 balls and three wickets in hand.
Mashrafe picked two wickets in an over helped by consistent pressure from his side to peg the visitors back.
Shakib Al Hasan drew first blood in his first over, trapping opener Perera (21) leg-before. Then Arafat Sunny went through the gates of Tillakaratne Dilshan (3) to raise hopes of a fightback.
Bangladesh will draw a few positives for the coming World T20 they will be hosting from Mar 16.
Earlier, superb fielding from Sri Lanka and insipid batting saw Bangladesh wiped out before their quota of 20 overs. Bangladesh’s batsmen resorted to ugly hacks, heaves and swipes before crashed to 120 all-out.
Debutant Sabbir Rahman (26) gave the innings some respectability, before he was removed by Lasith Malinga.
In his final over, fast bowler deceived Arafat Sunny with a slower to give Dinesh Chandimal his fourth catch of the innings, equalling the record for most catches in an innings.
Malinga clattered into Mashrafe Mortaza’s (17) middle stump with a perfect yorker. Before that, Farhad Reza (9) gave away his wicket chipping Nuwan Kulasekera to Dinesh Chandimal at short cover.
Nasir Hossain (8) sent one flying straight to extra cover for a simple catch to skipper Chandimal off Ajantha Mendis to leave his team reduced to 47 for five.
Moments later Mahmudullah (9) was run out after a misunderstanding with his partner.
Anamul Haque (24), who made a fine half-century, albeit for a lost cause in the previous match, came all guns blazing hammering a couple of sixes and boundaries. But he soon fell victim to Sachithra Senanayake for an astonishing catch by Kushal Perera at deep midwicket.
Shakib Al Hasan (12), after a brief aggression, tried to smack Sachithra Senanayake over the top, only to hole out to Nuwan Kulasekera at long-on.
Bangladesh openers returned within only eight balls and with just three runs on the board.
Tamim Iqbal (2) gave a catch to Ajantha Mendis at deep point off Kulasekera.
Shamsur Rahman (1) was the first to go in the very first over. Skipper Dinesh Chandimal latched on to the ball in the air off surprise opening bowler Tillakaratne Dilshan moments after being dropped by Lasith Malinga at short fine leg.
Lasith Malinga topped the Sri Lankan bowlers with excellent figures of three for 20 in 3.5 overs. Nuwan Kulasekera and Sachithra Senanayake grabbed two wickets each.
Tillakaratne Dilshan and Ajantha Mendis picked up a wicket each.
Bangladesh lost the first T20 by two runs on the last on Wednesday at the same ground..
The home side made two changes to the squad. Sabbir Rahman and Mahmudullah were in for Mithun Ali and Sohag Gazi.
Sri Lanka made one change with Angelo Perera coming in for Seekkuge Prasanna
And now Sri Lanka is great team to better then Bangladesh.
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This victory was 1-0 in the two match series

Sri Lanka Twenty of the top teams in the rankings .


Sri Lanka: 20 overs 168/7 (kowshol 64, Dilshan 0, Chandimal 18, Sangakkara 11, prosonno 4, Mathews 11, Thisara 19 *, Kulasekara 31, senanayeke 0 *; sani 2/ 17, Shakib 2 / 7, Mashrafe 2 / 43)

Bangladesh: 20 overs 166/7 (Tamim 30, Sabur 22, Enamul 58, Shakib 26, Nasir 16, Mithun 0, Forhad 7, Sohag 0 *; Kulasekara 2 /29, Thisara 2/ 42, Mendis 1/29, Malinga 1 / 34)

Catch the return of Ajantha Mendis was the seventh samusara overs . Angelo Mathews and Thisara Perera to Tamim were arrested by the pool .
Shakib Al Hasan 's wicket partnership of 43 runs with a Enamul Haque had reached 107 runs for Bangladesh in an excellent position . Shakib says Nuwan Kulasekara ( 17 to 6 ) Once the image has changed to bold .
Nasir Hossain ( 16 ) and debutant Mithun team fight Ali threw a quick goodbye and leave Bangladesh Enamul uncomfortable .
Thisara last overs 17 runs were required grades . Four killed in three overs , but closer to the winning team could Enamul jetate . 3 runs were needed to end , but do not kill the flowers properly yet Toss the ball into the hands of the bowler he was b .
Enamul 58 runs in 45 balls 7 fours innings .
Kulasekara and Thisara took two wickets in Sri Lanka's favor .
Prior to the end of the innings bowled by Tillakaratne dilasanake Mashrafe Mortaza gave Bangladesh by early success .
Dinesh Chandimal Perera 54 -run partnership strategy with the captain of the guests made ​​a flying start .
Seventh- overs Chandimal ( 18 ) Shakib Al Hasan returned . Farhad Reza Chandimal took great catches just jumped in front of the premises .
Next overs Kumar sangakarake ( 11 ) Shakib returned . However, the phildarera feat . He ran a lot of the right talubandi midauikete Deep dive Nasir.
Get over wickets in the first inducted into the Arafat Sunny . He turned prasannake Winger sekuge cached .
border, jumping rope , made Enamul . And Mathews ( 11 ) also increases the danger ranaauta guests . The seventh-wicket Thisara ( out of 19 ) with Kulasekara ( 31 ) and Sri Lanka scored 44 runs as the pair battled through .
Sunny for Bangladesh , Shakib and Hossain took two wickets .
Friday will be the second and the last two at the same venue - T Twenty

Friday, February 14, 2014

A step ahead for young Sri Lanka but it’s not perfect

Sri Lanka's mixed tour arrived at a happy close in Pallekele.



Twenty20 captain Dinesh Chandimal's words after the game suggested an encouraging future, just as Angelo Mathews' comments had done after a loss, three nights earlier. Amid a flood of praise for Kusal Perera's bat speed and brutality, Chandimal explained how he would spend the imminent two-month break from international cricket, instead of travelling to India for the IPL. "Over the next two months, I'll be doing a lot of training," he said. "I still have a few issues with my technique that needs to be sorted out, so I will be working very hard with the national coaches to correct those issues, looking forward to a busy season."
It was heartening, honest, realism from a young captain, desperate to improve himself after having embarked on a season of sudden responsibility. Captaincy aside, he is now the Test side's wicketkeeper, as well as vice-captain and a key batsman in all three formats. .
Mathews had also been candid and introspective after the loss in the third ODI. A wet ball played its role in the result, as did a shortened chase that tilted the match slightly in the visitors' favour, but Mathews refused to find fault anywhere but in Sri Lanka's own performance. It has been a difficult tour for him, with his side having achieved worse-than-anticipated results in the Tests and ODIs. But although he could have justifiably called for patience as an inexperienced captain leading a regenerating side, he apportioned blame where it was deserved and emphasised a commitment to correcting specific shortcomings.
Though as a side, Sri Lanka will be disappointed at not having whitewashed Bangladesh in all formats, as they have done in every home series before, their two young leaders have displayed an awareness of the bigger game that is afoot; that of preparing for a future without Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene or Tillakaratne Dilshan. It appears that Kusal Perera is likely to become a mainstay - particularly as he could relieve Chandimal of the gloves, if they are deemed too big a burden. Lahiru Thirimanne has also begun producing high-quality innings in earnest, despite not having a settled place in the top order.
Mathews' captaincy betrayed his inexperience at times, particularly as he rifled through bowlers in the Tests, as quickly as most captains would in an ODI. But he hardly allowed the game to meander either, as Dilshan did during his unsuccessful stint at the helm. Under Chandimal's effervescent leadership, the side was electric in the field, and flourished as a collective. He will regret having given part-timer Angelo Perera an over, when plenty remained from his frontline bowlers, but there was much encouragement as well. In all three formats, Chandimal and Mathews were in constant, often animated discussion, before fields were set and bowling changes made.
In the future, it is conceivable the pair might exchange leadership between formats. Chandimal is patently unready for Test captaincy, but his talents and temperament - immature though both still are - seem better suited to the longest format, where he has been most impressive for Sri Lanka. Mathews' all-round ability, meanwhile, is a better fit for limited-overs cricket, where he rarely allows a game to pass in which he has not contributed in either discipline.
At any other time, as unconvincing a series as this against Bangladesh would constitute a substantial failing for Sri Lanka. A firm focus on youth during this tour has given the side a grace period, in which poor results will be easily forgiven and forgotten. But if Sri Lanka are to become a major force in cricket once more, Chandimal and Mathews must ensure the improvements they have spoken of come swiftly, and emphatically.
It’s all for cricket fans,
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