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ICC new rule won’t affect Bangladesh, says Mash

The new playing condition in ODI cricket, announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC), would give Bangladesh some edge, according to Bangladesh captain for limited overs cricket, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza. The captain said the abolishment of the batting powerplay between overs 15-40 would come as good for his side as Bangladesh historically didn’t do in this period. Bangladesh are used ...

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Ronaldo confirms he is happy at Real Madrid

Spanish giants Real Madrid’s Portuguese international striker Cristiano Ronaldo has insisted he is happy at the star-studded club, despite its failure to win a major trophy season last season. It was the first time Ronaldo spoke to the press since the controversy surrounding his 30th birthday party the same day that Real Madrid lost 0-4 to city rivals Atletico Madrid ...

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Vargas double takes hosts Chile into Copa América final

Chile qualified for the Copa América final on Monday after two goals from Eduardo Vargas gave them a 2-1 win over Peru in an action-packed semi-final marked by another controversial refereeing decision. Peru had to play with 10 men for most of the match after Carlos Zambrano, who was yellow carded in the seventh minute, was harshly sent off for ...

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Misbah replaces Shoaib Malik in CPL’s Barbados Tridents

Pakistan Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq has been roped in the absence of his compatriot Shoaib Malik in the Barbados Tridents squad for the team’s remaining games in the 2015 Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Malik has reportedly been recalled by Pakistan for their ODI series against Sri Lanka, although no official announcement has been made in this regard. CPL director Tom Moody ...

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Wedson, Mamun slam hat-tricks for Jamal

Wedson Anselme and the captain Mamunul Islam slammed a hat-trick each to thrash Farashganj Sporting Club with a record 9-1 goal  in the Manyavar Bangladesh Premier League yesterday at the Bangabandhu National Stadium. It was the third time Jamal had won by eight or more goals in the Premier  Football League. Earlier they beat Uttar Baridhara by 8-0 and Chittagong ...

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