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1hMohammad Isam

Bangladesh exorcise ghosts of Bengaluru

Two years ago, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah were the chief protagonists in an unbelievable final-over meltdown in a crucial World T20 game. Now, in successive chases against Sri Lanka, both batsmen have shown they have learned the lessons

I need to remain calm next time - Shakib (1:56)
Mahmudullah used his experience - Kusal Perera (1:12)
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7hAndrew Fidel Fernando in Colombo

Bangladesh's dressing room door damaged in Colombo

Aggressive bodily contact, shoving, agitated yelling, pointed fingers and a shattered dressing room door, all marred the rancorous finish and the immediate aftermath, of the Nidahas Trophy match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

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22hMohammad Isam

ICC upholds Mirpur pitch's sanctions

The track at the Shere Bangla National Stadium was rated below-average after the Sri Lanka Test in February, fetching it one demerit point, and the BCB had appealed that decision

Hathurusingha not shaken by Shakib inclusion (0:59)
2dAndrew Fidel Fernando in Colombo

'Haven't bowled as well as we can' - Walsh

Bangladesh's interim head coach hopes for a big performance from Mustafizur Rahman and his spinners; says Shakib's inclusion subject to a fitness test

'Tomorrow's game is a semi-final' - Walsh (0:41)
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2dAndrew Fidel Fernando

Ugly scenes mar Bangladesh's dramatic win

For a few moments, play came to a halt with players from both sides having to be restrained from each other. Then Mahmudullah struck a six to seal Bangladesh's place in the final

'Would've been good if our batsmen had played proper cricketing shots' - Mahmudullah (2:50)
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Gazi Group destroy Abahani after Yeasin's record eight-for

Medium pacer Yeasin Arafat became the first Bangladeshi bowler to take an eight-wicket haul in List-A cricket as Gazi Group Cricketers cantered to an eight-wicket win against DPL table-toppers Abahani Limited

3dThe Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando in Colombo

Rohit and Sundar carry India into final

Rohit Sharma's 102-run second-wicket partnership with Suresh Raina lifted India to 176, a score that proved 17 runs beyond Bangladesh, despite another fifty from Mushfiqur Rahim

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