Tuesday, 27 Sep, 2022

Sports

NZ 419/8 at stumps on Day-3

DHAKA: New Zealand made hard work of taking lead by 137 runs over Bangladesh at stumps on day-3 in the second Test at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.The visiting team will resume their first innings with 419 runs and two wickets on Thursday. Williamson scored 62, Taylor 53, Anderson 116

Torres scores twice in Chelsea win

DHAKA: Fernando Torres marked his 100th start for Chelsea with a brace in a 3-0 win away to Schalke on Tuesday as Jose Mourinho`s side safely negotiated a tough test in Champions League Group E.Chelsea`s Spanish striker Fernando Torres celebrates during the UEFA Champions League Group E

Arsenal beaten by Dortmund

DHAKA: Robert Lewandowski ruined Arsene Wenger`s birthday as the Borussia Dortmund striker`s late goal clinched a 2-1 win against Arsenal in the Champions League on Tuesday.Arsenal manager Wenger turned 64 on Tuesday but Lewandowski played the party pooper as he netted a 82nd-minute

Messi goal rescues Barca

DHAKA: A Lionel Messi strike saw Barcelona maintain their two point lead at the top of Group H after drawing 1-1 at AC Milan in the Champions League on Tuesday.The draw leaves Barcelona top on seven points with Milan in second on five while Celtic are third with three having beaten Ajax

New Zealand 305 runs for 6

DHAKA: New Zealand scored 305 for six in their first innings on the third day of the second Test Match against Bangladesh taking lead by 18 runs in the capital Wednesday.After the over-95.3, BJ Watling and Doug Bracewell are in crease with 19 and 8 respectively at Sher-e-Bangla

BD-NZ T20 shifted from Sylhet to Mirpur

DHAKA: The venue of the only T20 international in the Bangladesh-New Zealand series has been shifted from the Sylhet Stadium to the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur due to construction work at the original venue. It will be played as per schedule on November 6.The change was

Rain halts BD-NZ 2nd Test again

DHAKA: Like Monday, rain interrupted the game of second day of the first innings of the second Test match between Bangladesh and New Zealand at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla Stadium Tuesday.Before the halt, Shakib Al Hasan bagged three wickets while New Zealand scored 107 runs for three wickets in

Shakib hunts 3 Kiwi wickets

DHAKA: Shakib Al Hasan bagged three wickets as New Zealand scored 107 runs for three wickets in 33.3 over in the first innings of second day of second Test against Bangladesh at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium Tuesday.Kane Williamson and    Ross Taylor were on the crease with 28 and 37 runs

Mourinho charged by FA

DHAKA: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been charged by the Football Association for improper conduct during the 4-1 win over Cardiff City on Saturday.Mourinho was forced to watch the remaining 20 minutes from the East Stand amongst Chelsea fans but may now face a touchline ban following

Tigers score 282 in 1st innings

DHAKA: Bangladesh lost all wickets to score 282 runs in 74.5 over on second day of second Test against New Zealand Tuesday.Tamim Iqbal, Mominul Haque, Marshal Ayub, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Abdur Razzak and Anamul Haque returned to the pavilion scoring 95, 47, 41, 20, 18, 13 and

Bangladesh hope to cross 400

DHAKA: With a hope to score 400 in first innings, Bangladesh scored 251 runs for six wickets in 68 over on second day of second Test against New Zealand Tuesday.Till filing the report, Nasir Hossain and Sohag Gazi were on the crease with 19 and 0 run respectively.Tamim Iqbal, Mominul

ICC extends BD World T20 deadline

DHAKA: Bangladesh’s deadline for getting its stadiums ready for next year’s World Twenty20 has been extended until November 30, the International Cricket Council said Monday after a two-day board meeting in London.Concern has centred around the state of grounds at Sylhet and Cox’s

Ban U-19 wins ODI series over WI

DHAKA: Bangladesh Under-19 defeated West Indies Under-19 by 67 runs in the 7th and final Youth One Day International (ODI) at Everest ground to take the series four games to three on Monday.Scores: Bangladesh  Under 19: 168 for ten (Anik 48,Jashim 33, Miraj 28, Jones five for 23, Joseph

Rain halts Tigers’ progress

DHAKA: After the fall of top orders batting line of Bangladesh, rain interrupted push for recovering from the tensed situation in the first innings of second Test against New Zealand Monday.Just before tea break, heavy rainfall ruined the prospects of recovering from the falling situation

Tigers moving steadily

DHAKA: Morning shows the day. Although three top orders batsmen returned to pavilion too early, Bangladesh is progressing steadily in the first innings of second Test against New Zealand Monday.Till filling the report, Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan were on the crease with 68 and 0 run

Al-Amin debuts, Bangladesh bat

DHAKA: Bangladesh were forced to make one change, due to Robiul Islam`s injury. Seamer Al-Amin Hossain made his debut in Robiul`s place, becoming the country`s 70th Test player. New Zealand had included the left-arm fast bowler Neil Wagner in place of the left-arm spinner Bruce

Tigers-Kiwis 2nd test Monday

DHAKA: Bangladesh will face New Zealand in their second and last match of the Test series in Dhaka on Monday. The match will start at 9:30am at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.Earlier, the first Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand ended in a draw in Chittagong.Bangladesh scored 173

Barcelona, Atletico miss record

DHAKA: Real Madrid will head into a big week knowing the club`s Spanish title bid is back on track and that one of its records will stand for at least another season.Carlo Ancelotti`s team will be just three points behind Barcelona ahead of next weekend`s "Clasico" at Camp Nou after the

Chelsea, Arsenal secure wins

DHAKA: Arsenal and Chelsea showed more great form ahead of Champions League matches with thrashings of Norwich and Cardiff that left the London clubs first and second respectively in the Premier League on Saturday.Now unbeaten in 12 games in all competitions, Arsenal dismantled Norwich

Australia wins over India by 4-wkt

DHAKA: James Faulkner steered Australia to an unlikely victory, smashing 64 from 29 balls as they won another high-scoring one-day international against India.Faulkner set a new Australian one-day international record when he hit 30 runs off one Ishant Sharma over, which included four of