Banned for failing to report an approach by a bookie, Shakib Al Hasan cannot be seen anywhere at the venue or in any official meeting or function organised around India vs Bangladesh Day-Night Test match
Bangladesh skipper Mahmudullah said his team was excited at the prospect of clinching its maiden T20 series against India in Rajkot. Bangladesh registered their first-ever T20 win over their neighbours in Delhi last week.
Mushfiqur Rahim's unbeaten 43-ball 60 and an impressive show Aminul Islam & Co. guided Bangladesh (BAN) to a seven-wicket win over India (IND) in the first T20I at the Arun Jaitley Stadium, New Delhi on Sunday. Get here highlights of IND v BAN, 1st T20I
Mohammad Ashraful, who was indicted in a corruption case in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), offered support to the banned Shakib Al Hasan, but believes the next 12 months will be a challenging time for the all-rounder.
The ICC on Tuesday banned Shakib Al Hasan for two years for failing to report corrupt approaches made to him by a bookie. Here's what the ICC found out and got confirmed from Shakib over the course of their interviews with him
Shakib Al Hasan, who has been banned by the ICC for two years for failing to report multiple approaches made to him by a bookie, has stepped down from his involvement with the MCC World Cricket committee.
It's been less than a week in office as BCCI chief and Sourav Ganguly had created something that will be his legacy by bringing Day-Night Test cricket to India, even if his term ends in the next 10 months