Mohammad Isam

Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84

Shakib Al Hasan appeals

Bangladesh v Scotland, Group A, Nelson

Bangladesh seek quarter-final boost

If Bangladesh are to make the World Cup quarter-finals, they have to win at least two of their next three matches, but the first obstacle in their way is a Scotland side desperate to register their first victory of the tournament

Mashrafe Mortaza bowled an impressive first spell

SL v Ban, Group A, Melbourne

Mashrafe steers clear from excuses for fielding flop

After their 92-run loss to Sri Lanka, Mashrafe Mortaza found it hard to explain Bangladesh's fielding disaster at the MCG. Having tried a couple of times, he concluded: "Whatever I say will now sound like an excuse".

Tillakaratne Dilshan celebrates his 21st ODI hundred

Bangladesh v Sri Lanka, World Cup 2015, Group A, Melbourne

Dilshan, Sangakkara tons set up big win

Sri Lanka have finally made themselves heard, twelve days into the World Cup. Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara did most of the talking through their bats, hammering centuries that set up a 92-run win over Bangladesh at the MCG

Kumar Sangakkara scored 39 off 38 balls before he was pinned lbw by Trent Boult

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, World Cup 2015, Group A, Melbourne

Sri Lanka in search of convincing performance

Bangladesh are a point above Sri Lanka and although the World Cup is still at a very early stage, it is hard to imagine both sides envisioning themselves in their respective positions after their first two matches

Al-Amin Hossain and his team struggled to find wickets

World Cup 2015: Bangladesh

No corruption charges against Al-Amin - BCB president

BCB president Nazmul Hassan has said that the ACSU did not bring any corruption charges against Al-Amin Hossain, although the agency gave information about the player's whereabouts to the Bangladesh team management

Shafiul Islam reacts as Marlon Samuels is run out

World Cup 2015

'Want to repeat 2011 performance' - Shafiul

Bangladesh pace bowler Shafiul Islam has said the disappointment of being left out of the 15-man World Cup squad has given way to surprise and happiness after being named Al-Amin Hossain's replacement

Mashrafe Mortaza looks at the ground as rain prevented practice

Australia v Bangladesh, World Cup 2015, Group A. Brisbane

Mashrafe cautiously optimistic of Bangladesh progress

Mashrafe Mortaza was glad to move on with a point after their match against Australia was washed out and turned his attention to their next game against Sri Lanka in Melbourne in five days' time