| April 7th, 2007

Tiger's roar again!

…Bangladesh pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the tournament, thrashing South Africa by 67 runs at the Providence Stadium in Guyana. With 251 on the board, Bangladesh’s trio of left-arm spinners thrived on the sluggish surface, one that resembled a sub-continental sandpit during the second half of the match, and pulled off a truly memorable triumph. Read more…

Dear readers, Please share your thoughts on the Wonderful victory of Bangladesh Cricket team against the Number 1 ranked team, South Africa:).

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  1. Samiha Esha says:

    Its simply an excellent Match….I am so proud of the progress of Bangladesh Cricket team…:) Congrats To Real Tigers Of Bangladesh…:) Hurraay We Woooooon…:) thanks for such a wonderful match…we enjoyed a lot…:)

    Good Luck for many more…:)

    wishes,
    samiha esha 🙂

  2. Sharmin says:

    May I ask the readers to share your thoughts on the reasons for our success these days(last few years)?
    Is this a good coach, a cricket culture in the grass root level, BKSP, systematic training or anything else? What should the cricket board continue doing to get us better, what can they work on to improve?

  3. Shahnaz says:

    Here is one comment from a friend living in Bangladesh that resonates how I feel:) -‘Bangladesh kemon bujhlee… uf… what a time to be alive in this country!!!’

  4. Tania says:

    Finally Bangladesh is creating its own stand, its OWN identity – moving away from its backbone culture that seemed to be borrowed for a long while from India…After India’s defeat – a sense of individuality and patriotism certainly kicks in for our nation! The waves of change have just started to come in 🙂

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