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'Huge boost for Bangladesh'

Athar Ali Khan, speaking to Sidharth Monga, says that it's a massive win for Bangladesh cricket, and couldn't have come at a better time (06:00)

March 11, 2011

Posted by ShamimH on (March 13, 2011, 7:10 GMT)

Athar Ali Khan has it right for Bangladesh. Articulate and to the point and Athar speaks good English with a pleasant tone.

Posted by   on (March 12, 2011, 4:51 GMT)

Athar Bhai@ very well said; it will bost up thier confidence. I am from far away from of my country but still can fell the sound, bit, emotion,nervousness, feelings for BD team. When they play, 160 million peoples pray for them and if they play poor cricket the get hurt. But even though, they get continuous support form country people. Thanks a lot for serving Bangladesh cricket over the years and Congrats for your very good innings of 78 in Asia cup and offcourse for your tredmark flick)))

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