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‘Khaled was a bit unlucky’

‘Khaled was a bit unlucky’

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Much was left to the imagination even as newcomer Khaled Ahmed bowled well throughout the second Test against Zimbabwe in what was his debut Test for Bangladesh as his performance did not get rewarded with a wicket. Mahmudullah Riyad said a wicket or two could really have made the difference for Khaled. The 26-year old was…
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Nayeemuddin for Brothers again

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Veteran coach Syed Nayeemuddin took charge of Brother Union for the eighth time yesterday. The 74-year-old, who was in Mohammedan's dugout last year but was released midway through the season. He previously led Brothers to the league title in 2004. However, in the professional football league era, Brothers has turned into a mediocre club and…
Riyad finds his role

Riyad finds his role

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One run needed off the last ball and Mahmudullah Riyad laces it through cover for two to spark celebrations. Similar scenes of high-pressure runs being scored by the cool Mahmudullah Riyad are etched in the Bangladeshi cricket lover's memory -- in the T20 Asia Cup match in 2016 against Pakistan, in the Champions Trophy match…
Riyad sets stage for bowlers

Riyad sets stage for bowlers

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Bangladesh's spinners struck twice late on the fourth day yesterday to keep the upper hand created by skipper Mahmudullah Riyad's long-awaited second Test hundred in the hosts' quest for a series-saving win in the second Test against Zimbabwe at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. Over the tea break, Bangladesh declared their second innings on…