Former Bangladesh cricket star Mosharraf Hossain has passed away at the age of 40. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is mourning the loss of the cricketer. Hossain had been diagnosed with brain cancer back in 2019. While he made a recovery after treatment, his condition relapsed in the following year. He had been conferred with the 'Player of the Match' award in the final of the Bangladesh Premier League.
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Ottis Gibson is set to quit his role as the bowling coach of the Bangladesh National Cricket team. He will soon join Multan Sultans in the Pakistan Super League as bowling coach. Furthermore, the series against New Zealand will be his last assignment with the tigers, said Ottis. Moreover, he played for West Indies from 1995-1999 in two tests and 15 ODIs, and also featured in 177 first-class matches.
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With seamer Edabot Hossain's six wickets, Bangladesh defeated New Zealand for the first time by eight wickets on January 5. New Zealand was dismissed for 169 early on day-five at Mount Maunganui and Bangladesh knocked off forty runs for the victory. "It was a great achievement for us, our first win out of Asia. We stuck to the process. We gave 110%. It feels great," said seamer Taskin Ahmad.
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