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Winning Combination of Bangladesh “A” ODI Team

Bangladesh A team now on a tour to India starts  three matches ODI series tomorrow in Bangalore. Given the strength of two sides and recent successes of Bangladesh team in ODI Bangladesh A starts as firm favorites in the series . But it is a game of cricket and especially in ODI cricket or otherwise a gamble  a team wins ...

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Ronaldo, Bale key to Real Madrid’s Champions League hopes

The Champions League anthem is ready to sound again for football fans around the world. It’s the most prestigious club competition there is and, for Real Madrid, it is the greatest challenge once again. But it looks like a difficult one. With a new coach following the controversial sacking of Carlo Ancelotti at the end of last season, the bar ...

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I don’t care about a few as whole country loves me: Sania

She has always found her stupendous success on court go hand-in-hand with controversies off it and that is precisely the reason why Sania Mirza is hardly bothered about what a few people have to say about her. Call it coincidence but both of her US Open titles were preceded by unwanted controversies. Her US Open women’s doubles title two days ...

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Warner ruled out of Bangladesh tour

Australia opener David Warner has been ruled out of the tour of Bangladesh in October because of the broken thumb he sustained while batting during the second ODI of the ongoing series in England. He does not require surgery on the thumb of his left hand, however, and is expected to be fit for the home series against New Zealand ...

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Espanyol 0-6 Real Madrid : Record-breaker Ronaldo hits FIVE in thumping win

The Portuguese international became the club’s all-time top goalscorer with an amazing haul on Saturday, scoring a hatful and also providing an assist in the rout. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a sensational five goals and became Real Madrid’s record goalscorer as his side thrashed Espanyol 6-0 on Saturday. After notching a first-half hat-trick, the Portuguese star turned home Gareth Bale’s cross ...

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Maxwell condemns boundary-catch rule change

Australia’s destructive batsman Glenn Maxwell feels the modification in the rule for boundary-catch does not goes with the spirit of the game. Maxwell caught a beauty on the boundary in England vs Australia 2015 fourth ODI but he thinks that such catches should not be allowed by ICC. The rule was changed in October, 2013. Before the modification in the ...

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Shaharyar asks ICC president to convince India

In yet another attempt to get the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) to resume the bilateral series against Pakistan in the UAE during the month of December, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shaharyar M Khan held a meeting with ICC president Zaheer Abbas here on Friday, asking him to help persuade the Indian authorities for the ...

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Bangladesh U-19 cricketer Nihaduzzaman injured in bus crash

Bangladesh Under-19 cricketer Nihaduzzaman was one of nearly 40 individuals to suffer injuries in a bus accident near Sirajganj, about 100 km northwest of Dhaka, in which seven people died. Nihaduzzaman needed 12 stitches to his skull and forehead and said he was released from hospital under the condition of full rest at home in Rajshahi. He was heading back ...

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Messi becomes father of second son Benjamin

Argentine football captain also the Barcelona forward Lionel Messi became the father of second son Benjamin on Friday night. Last month Lionel Messi was named the UEFA Best Player in Europe award for the 2014-15 season for helping Barcelona to a Treble of trophies. Messi missed Barcelona’s training session as he attended the birth with club permission. But he will ...

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Warner ruled out of Bangladesh tour

Australia opener David Warner has been ruled out of the tour of Bangladesh in October because of the broken thumb he sustained while batting during the second ODI of the ongoing series in England. He does not require surgery on the thumb of his left hand, however, and is expected to be fit for the home series against New Zealand ...

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