Wellington/UNI: Beth Mooney's fighting knock of 66 not out on Friday ensured that Australia will enter the ICC Women's World Cup semi-finals as the only undefeated side.
India kept their ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 semi-final hopes alive with a comfortable 110-run victory over Bangladesh in Hamilton.
Hamilton/UNI: Yastika Bhatia's fifty dragged India to post 229/7 against Bangladesh in a league match of the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup at Seddon Park on Tuesday.
West Indies recovered from a batting collapse to defeat Bangladesh by just four runs in Tauranga as the two sides played out a rollercoaster first ODI meeting in the ICC Women's World Cup.
Suzie Bates blasted 79 not out on her home ground of Dunedin as New Zealand earned a nine-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022.
Tauranga/UNI: Bangladesh on Wednesday have completed their finest ever Test cricket win by defeating reigning World Test champions New Zealand and breaking the rival side's 17-match unbeaten streak at home.
Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli's flow of runs continued to remain halted with the batting maestro failing to touch the three-digit score for the second straight year.
Mirpur/UNI: The stage was set for Sajid Khan as he returned with sensational bowling figures of 8/42 and 4/86, guiding Pakistan to an unforgettable win against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium here on Wednesday.
Bangladeshi batsman Tamim Iqbal has been ruled out of the upcoming two-match Test series against Pakistan due to a thumb injury.
Abu Dhabi/UNI: A blistering spell from Kagiso Rabada set South Africa up for a convincing six-wicket victory over Bangladesh here Tuesday.
Sharjah: The West Indies sealed a tight encounter against Bangladesh, winning by just three runs off the final ball of the game to knock Bangladesh out of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021.
Sharjah: Riding on Nicholas Pooran's 40 runs knock, West Indies posted 142 runs for the loss of seven wickets against Bangladesh here on Sunday.
Abu Dhabi: Jason Roy’s brutal 61 helped England stroll to a second successive victory as they thoroughly outplayed Bangladesh, winning by eight wickets to stay top of Group 1.
Sharjah: Charith Asalanka led from the front as he smashed unbeaten 80 to help Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by five wickets in a T20 World Cup clash here on Sunday.
Sharjah: Mohammad Naim (62) and Mushfiqur Rahim (57*) scored fifties as Bangladesh posted 171 runs for the loss of four wickets against Sri Lanka in a World T20 match here on Sunday.