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Jayawickrama and Mendis impress, Bangladesh defeat is not surprising

The Bangladeshi humiliation is not surprising at all as soon as the Pallekele track started to change its nature from the second day because the batters more often relish dead decks and not those which test their technique and temperament.  

Dull end at Pallekele: Test cricket does not deserve dead decks

Sri Lanka has a history of producing some of the death decks ever but in the meantime, they produced some of the testing decks as well which offered some outstanding Test matches. The batsmen are needed to be tested and as usual, only then a contest would become fascinating. Surely, Sri Lanka would not disappoint in the second Test.
Mohammad Ashraful and Mushfiqur Rahim

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November 10, 2000, will remain as one of the most significant days in the history of  Bangladesh. For the 29-year old nation, back then, achieving the coveted Test status was something special. But in the early years, Bangladesh found...

Mominul Haque: Bold and Impressive

Mominul is our cricket’s fresh flavour with plenty of promises. He has the dash and flair to enrich our cricket. He is a talent, bustling with energy and determined to carry on our cricket a long way. Mominul is nothing but a pocket-sized dynamo – bold and impressive.

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