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Bangladesh happy to prove critics wrong at Cricket World Cup
MSN India

Bangladesh prove critics wrong

Hamilton - Bangladesh assistant coach Ruwan Kalpage believes his team have proved a point by reaching the Cricket World Cup quarter-finals and they now have Pool A winners New Zealand in their sights in Hamilton on Friday. The Tigers knocked ... News24, 3 weeks ago

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Dhaka Tribune, 5 months ago

Spin a web around Kiwi feet

Bangladesh spin coach Ruwan Kalpage is counting on the spinners against the Tigers next Pool A match against New Zealand tomorrow. After a net session, the former Lankan off-spinner, who has 73 wickets in 86 ODIs, said he believed the pitch in ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago Bangladesh out to contain McCullum (AAP)  West Australian3 weeks ago Bangladesh out to contain McCullum  Yahoo!Xtra3 weeks ago

AFP - cricket-WC-2015-BAN-NZL-Kalpage

cricket-WC-2015-BAN-NZL-Kalpage Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Cricket: Bangladesh happy to prove critics wrong By Shahid HASHMI Hamilton, New Zealand, March 11, 2015 (AFP) - Bangladesh assistant coach Ruwan Kalpage believes his team have proved ...
 Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago AFP - cricket-WC-2015-NZL-BAN PREVIEW  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

We are good and that's why we are here: Bangla coach

Melbourne: Gearing up for their biggest battle against defending champions India in the cricket World Cup quarter-finals, Bangladesh chief coach Chandika Hathurusingha said his wards "do not have to prove anything to anyone". "For us, we have ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 weeks ago World Cup: India's fast bowling unit has Bangladesh worried ahead of quarterfinal  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago We are here because we are good: Bangla coach  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago World Cup: We Are Good and That's Why we are Here, Says Bangladesh Coach  NDTV2 weeks ago

We are good and that's why we are here: Bangladesh coach

Comment · print · T T T+· T- greatest sporting triumph? Cricket-mad Bangladesh erupted injoyous celebration on Monday following their victory against England. photo: AFP Rubel Hossain (centre) was key to Bangladesh's win against ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
MSN News

We are not afraid to fail Hathurusinghe

Provided by Wisden Having qualified for the quarterfinals,Bangladesh has a little more freedom to do things in final group game, said Hathurusinghe. Chandika Hathurusinghe, the Bangladesh coach, said the team's turnaround in ...
 MSN News2 weeks ago

Looking back at Trinity's 1986 win

The 99th Trinity-Antonian cricket encounter is in progress at the Katugastota turf wicket and today is the second day. And this is the second oldest big match in Kandy played in the best traditions of the game. St. Anthony's last won in 1992 ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News2 weeks ago

World Cup, New Zealand Beat Bangladesh

New Zealand were pushed by Bangladesh but the hosts in Hamilton managed to secure a tense win to remain unbeaten in the tournament. Here are the highlights ( Scorecard | Points Table ) (All times in IST) McCullum not too pleased with what he saw ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago
New Age Bangladesh

Tigers brace for muscular McCullum

Brendan McCullum Brendan McCullum has certainly two sides in his batting, one that pulverises the opponents in a flash and the other that surrenders meekly when things do not go his way. No side has witnessed it more than Bangladesh over past ...
 New Age Bangladesh2 weeks ago 'Did you see me coming?'  New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago Cricket World Cup: McCullum shuffle's a quickstep  New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago McCullum will let bat do the talking  Yahoo!Xtra2 weeks ago
Reuters India

Mashrafe may skip NZ clash to escape ban

HAMILTON: Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza, who masterminded the team's World Cup Pool A win over England, could skip Friday's match against New Zealand after the team were fined for a slow over rate. Mashrafe forfeited 40 percent of his match ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago Mashrafe doubtful for Kiwis clash  Bdnews24.com2 weeks ago Mortaza may miss New Zealand match after fine  Yahoo! Maktoob News2 weeks ago Cricket-Mortaza may miss New Zealand match after fine  Reuters India2 weeks ago
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