DHAKA - Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has strongly defended her national team's captain Shakib Al Hassan who lost the World Cup opening match last month after sending India to bat first.
DHAKA - Scoreboard of the World Cup Group B match between Bangladesh and Ireland here Friday.
DHAKA - Bangladesh survived a scare before their bowlers rescued them to post a 27-run victory over Ireland in a World Cup Group B match here Friday.
DHAKA - Shafiul Islam claimed four wickets and Shakib Al Hasan and Mohammad Ashraful a pair each as Bangladesh defeated Ireland by 27 runs in a World Cup Group B match here Friday.
DHAKA - Ireland gave themselves a good chance to beat Bangladesh, restricting them to 205 in a World Cup Group B match here Friday.
- Bangladesh set 206 target for Ireland
- World Cup: Bangladesh elect to bat against Ireland
- World Cup: Dhaka keeps vigil on cricket bookies
- Successful World Cup campaign would help revive Pak cricket: Waqar
- We have got the winning momentum: Sehwag
- Bangladesh media questions captain’s decision
- Happy to equal Kapil Dev’s 175: Sehwag
- Bowlers cost us the game: Shakib
- Fielding an area of concern: Dhoni
- Sehwag, Munaf set up Indian victory (Round up)
- Scoreboard: India vs Bangladesh, World Cup
- Marauding Sehwag spearheads India’s rollicking show
- Scoreboard of India’s innings against Bangladesh
- India amass 370/4 in 50 overs
- Party time on the streets of Bangladesh
- In Dhaka, the refrain is ‘No problem, Sir’ (World Cup Diary)
- Bangladesh elect to field against India in World Cup opener
- Collingwood glad to be back among runs ahead of World Cup opener
- Rickshaw pullers turn celebrities (World Cup Diary)
- Reverse swing could pose problems for batsmen: Dhoni
- ODI an exciting mix of Test and T20, says Dhoni
- Ten teams for next 50-over Cricket World Cup, 16 for Twenty20
- Important for us to start on a winning note: Dhoni
- India have batting to overpower Bangladesh (Evening Lead, World Cup match preview)
- Bangladesh not weighed down by pressure: Shakib
- Pak team management fines Akhtar, Riaz for breach of discipline
- India seem superior, Bangladesh hoping for 2007 replay (Lead, World Cup Match preview)
- ‘No tickets’, so Khaleda Zia skips World Cup opening
- Strauss says struggling England must quickly adapt to slower subcontinent conditions
- India seem superior, Bangladesh hoping for 2007 replay (World Cup Match Preview)
- World Cup opener showcases South Asian culture (Roundup)
- 2011 World Cup kicks off in Dhaka with Bangladesh’s national anthem
- Side playing consistently well over next six weeks will win World Cup: Dhoni
- Cricket World Cup will strengthen ties between nations: Pawar
- Tough time for media at World Cup opening ceremony