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The One That Got Away

England needed 21 runs off 21 balls with four wickets in hand to win the series. The chase was in their hands. Woakes had just smacked a four to take the required rate to a run a ball. At this point, captain Mashrafe Mortaza saw an opportunity and placed Imrul Kayes in the first slip region, hoping that a wicket would come. Unfortunately for Bangladesh it wasn't to be the seventh straight series win on the cards. Parmanand Singh analyses what went wrong.

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Shakib Al Hasan: The Ghost Who Walks

Zeeshan Mahmud analyzes why Shakib Al Hasan is already a legend: "Among the accolades and attention are Mashrafe, Shabbir Rahman, Mahmudullah, a rehabilitated Taskin, and other team mates who chipped in their fair shares. But in my opinion, the ghostly figure who won the match in single-handed manner none other than Shakib Al Hasan."

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