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Bangladesh v NZ, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 4th day

Vettori wraps up comprehensive victory

Oct 29, 2004: New Zealand wrap up a comprehensive victory by an innings and 101 runs in the second Test at Chittagong, Daniel Vettori finishing the game with 12 for 170

The Bulletin by Wisden Cricinfo staff

Bangladesh v NZ, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 3rd day

Vettori puts New Zealand on the brink

Oct 28, 2004: Daniel Vettori wrecked Bangladesh for the second time in the match, as New Zealand were just two wickets from wrapping up the second Test by an innings

Bulletin by Wisden Cricinfo staff

Bangladesh v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 2nd day

A great place to tour

Oct 27, 2004: New Zealand View from Andrew McLean in Chittagong

New Zealand View by Andrew McLean

Bangladesh v NZ, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 2nd day

New Zealand ride on Fleming's 202

Oct 27, 2004: New Zealand made good progress towards victory on the second day of the Chittagong Test,

The Bulletin by Chandrahas Choudhury

Australia v Ireland, Under-19 Plate Championship semi-final, Chittagong

Australia overcome brave Ireland

Feb 29, 2004: Australia's U19s have reached the final of the Plate Championship, with a 49-run win against Ireland

Wisden Cricinfo staff

New kids on the block

Jun 4, 2003: It is little wonder that the 50th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation was such a low-key affair

Andrew Miller

South Africa cruise to victory

Apr 27, 2003: Bangladesh, unused to reaching the fourth day of a Test match, collapsed within an hour to 237 all out, granting South Africa a victory by an innings and 60 runs

Dileep Premachandran

Rudolph and Dippenaar make Bangladesh sweat

Apr 25, 2003: Jacques Rudolph and Boeta Dippenaar gave their controversyplagued team a much-needed happiness tonic with a mammoth 323-run stand for the third wicket

Wisden Bulletin by Raja M

Adams five-for puts South Africa on top

Apr 24, 2003: In the end, it was a disappointingly typical first day of a Bangladesh Test match

Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

Bangladesh hope to be competitive

Apr 23, 2003: Bangladesh go into the first Test against South Africa at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong with the spectre of Dav Whatmore looming large on the near horizon

Wisden Cricinfo staff

South Africa prepare for Bangladesh Tests

Apr 22, 2003: South Africa start their first Test tour of Bangladesh with a 45-minute flight from Dhaka to Chittagong tomorrow

Pat Symcox

West Indies complete clean sweep with comprehensive win

Dec 18, 2002: Bangladesh enjoyed one of their better Test matches at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong

Anand Vasu

Bangladesh fight back after conceding 102-run lead

Dec 17, 2002: The second day of the second Test between Bangladesh and the West Indies at Chittagong saw the hosts enjoy as good a day's play as they are likely to get for some time

Anand Vasu

West Indies take command of Chittagong Test

Dec 16, 2002: After the debacle in the first Test in Dhaka, not much was expected of the young and inexperienced Bangladesh team that squared up to the West Indies in the second Test at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong

Santhosh S

Injuries bring Ganga, Nagamootoo to the fore

Nov 28, 2002: Daren Ganga and Mahendra Nagamootoo have been named in West Indies' final XI for the opening limited-overs international of three against Bangladesh at the M.A

WICB

Pakistan fashion 49-run victory over Bangladesh at Chittagong

Jan 22, 2002: For the briefest of moments at Chittagong, home supporters must have glimpsed a pale parabola of joy as their bowlers broke through a Pakistani top-order fairly bristling with stalwart names

Shahryar Khan

Youhana and Younis clobber centuries

Jan 18, 2002: Yousuf Youhana and Younis Khan hit strokeful centuries as Pakistan feasted on Bangladesh's mediocre attack in the second and final cricket Test here Thursday

Pakistan batsmen thrive at Chittagong

Jan 17, 2002: Yousuf Youhana and Younis Khan, players who have grown to be stalwarts of the Pakistani middle-order in recent times, struck sparkling centuries to propel their side to a 281-run lead over a baffled Bangladesh at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong.

Shahryar Khan

Spinners Saqlain, Kaneria send minnows reeling

Jan 17, 2002: Pakistani spinners Saqlain Mushtaq and Danish Kaneria shared nine wickets to leave Bangladesh in the dumps on the opening day of the second and final Test here Wednesday

Saqlain, Kaneria bamboozle Bangladesh

Jan 16, 2002: Bangladesh looked like continuing their discouraging streak of failures since their inception into Test cricekt in the second Test against Pakistan at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong

Shahryar Khan
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