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Bangladesh v Australia, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 1st Day

Second fiddle, first class

Apr 16, 2006: Stuart MacGill rarely looks happy. Not when he delivers the ball, not when he is hit for four, not when he beats the bat and certainly not when an appeal is turned down

The Verdict by Osman Samiuddin

Australia v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Fatullah, 2nd day

The zest of youth lifts Bangladesh to new heights

Apr 10, 2006: Even now this doesn't seem real. For two days there has been just one team in this Test match. Bangladesh have done everything asked of them and more to manoeuvre themselves into a winning position

Rabeed Imam

Australia v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Fatullah, 2nd day

Bangladesh apply the pressure on fantastic day

Apr 10, 2006: Bangladesh enjoyed their most thrilling day of Test cricket as they racked up 427, grabbed six Australian wickets, and allowed every Bangladeshi fan to dream beyond Sophia Gardens 2005

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, 3rd ODI, Chittagong

Victory puts Bangladesh back in the series

Jan 26, 2005: The left-arm spinner Manjural Islam Rana bowled a dream spell, finishing with a career-best 4 for 34, as Bangladesh kept their five-match one-day series alive with a win in the third game at Chittagong

The Bulletin by Rabeed Imam

Zimbabwe in Bangladesh

Saleh to lead BCB XI in tour game

Dec 29, 2004: Rajin Saleh will lead the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) squad for the three-day warm-up match against Zimbabwe

ESPNcricinfo staff

India in Bangladesh 2004-05

Mortaza and Jubair back in squad

Dec 5, 2004: Bangladesh have brought back Mashrafe Mortaza and Talha Jubair into their 13-man squad for the forthcoming two-Test series against India

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh v South Africa, Edgbaston, Pool B

'Anything can happen in a one-dayer' - Rajin Saleh

Sep 11, 2004: Bangladesh kick-off their Champions Trophy campaign with their match against South Africa at Edgbaston on September 12

Wisden Cricinfo staff

ICC Champions Trophy 2004 - Pool B

Down on their luck

Sep 8, 2004: Wisden Cricinfo previews the runners and riders in Pool B of the Champions Trophy

Replacing Habibul Bashar

Rajin Saleh named captain

Aug 26, 2004: Rajin Saleh has been named the new Bangladesh captain for next month's Champions Trophy in England after Habibul Bashar was ruled out with an injured thumb, according to an AFP report

Wisden Cricinfo staff

West Indies v Bangladesh, 1st Test, St Lucia, 5th day

Khaled Mashud defies the Windies

Jun 1, 2004: Bangladesh have taken the most significant step yet in their coming-of-age as a Test nation, as the West Indian bowlers were first beaten back and then brushed aside on the final day in St Lucia

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

West Indies v Bangladesh, 1st Test, St Lucia, 4th day

Bangladesh stutter after taking lead

May 31, 2004: Tino Best and Ramnaresh Sarwan transformed the first Test in St Lucia with four wickets in as many overs, as Bangladesh suffered a crippling bout of vertigo on the fourth afternoon of the match

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Harare

Complacency costs Zimbabwe dear

Mar 10, 2004: Bangladesh deservedly won their first one-day international since the 1999 World Cup, 47 matches in the past, when they defeated Pakistan, when they overcame a somewhat complacent Zimbabwe by 8 runs, taking a one-nil lead in a series now reduced by

The Wisden Verdict by John Ward

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Harare

Bangladesh achieve victory at last

Mar 10, 2004: Bangladesh have won their first international fixture since achieving Test status, after inching to an eight-run victory over Zimbabwe in a thrilling finish at Harare

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A

Selectors name strong A team

Mar 9, 2004: Bangladesh's selectors have included eight of the team currently touring Zimbabwe in a 25-strong Bangladesh A squad for two four-day matches and five one-day games against the Zimbabwe A team, who arrive in Dhaka on March 10 for their nmonth-long

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Harare, 3rd day

Ashraful takes the fight to Zimbabwe

Feb 21, 2004: Mohammad Ashraful flew Bangladesh's flag with pride on the third day of the first Test at Harare

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan ease to 58-run win to wrap series 5-0

Sep 21, 2003: Pakistan coasted to a comfortable 58-run victory in the last match of their one-day international series against Bangladesh to complete a 5-0 drubbing

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Youhana century steers Pakistan to 74-run win

Sep 12, 2003: Three quick wickets from Shoaib Malik, including that of the dangerous Rajin Saleh, allowed Pakistan to smother Bangladesh's gutsy attempt to chase down 243, and emerge victors by 74 runs in the second one-day international at Faisalabad

The Wisden Bulletin by Chandrahas Choudhury

Hameed hundred powers Pakistan to 137-run win

Sep 9, 2003: A clinical performance by the Pakistani team left Bangladesh outclassed by 137 runs in the first one-day international of the five-match series, at Multan

The Wisden Bulletin by Chandrahas Choudhury

Pakistan regain advantage after Bashar fightback

Sep 3, 2003: Trying perhaps to compensate for a batting debacle that lost them the second Test, Bangladesh put up a confident display of batting on the first day of the final Test at Multan

The Wisden Bulletin by Wisden CricInfo staff

More than just a dead rubber

Sep 2, 2003: Strange as it may sound, both Bangladesh and Pakistan have reason to look forward to the third Test at Multan, which starts on Wednesday (Sept 3)

Wisden CricInfo staff
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