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The Bangladesh men's national cricket team (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ জাতীয় ক্রিকেট দল), popularly known as The Tigers,is administered by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). It is a Full Individual from the International Cricket Board (ICC) with Test, One-Day International (ODI) and T20 International (T20I) status. It played its first Test match in November 2000 against India in Dhaka, becoming the 10th Test-playing nation
Bangladesh's first official foray into international cricket came in the 1979 ICC Trophy in England. On 31 March 1986, Bangladesh played its first ODI match, against Pakistan in the Asia Cup. For a long time, football was the most popular sport in Bangladesh, but cricket gradually became popular – particularly in urban areas – and by the late 1990s had surpassed football.
Bangladesh made its full debut in international cricket in the 1986 Asia Cup.
In 1997, Bangladesh cricket won the ICC Trophy in Malaysia and thus qualified for its first Cricket World Cup to participate in England in 1999. There, it defeated Pakistan – causing a lot of upset – and also Scotland. On 26 June 2000, Bangladesh was granted full ICC membership.
Bangladesh holds the record for most consecutive losses in Tests (21, between 2000 and 2002) and ODIs (23, between 2001 and 2004). After gaining Full Part status with the ICC, Bangladesh had to wait until 2004 for its first ODI win since the 1999 World Cup. The team on the losing side on that occasion was Zimbabwe, who also participated in Bangladesh's maiden Test victory in 2005; by securing a draw in the second match, Bangladesh won their first Test series. In 2009 Bangladesh visited the West Indies for two Tests and by winning both secured their first overseas Test series victory.
As of 26 December 2020, Bangladesh has played 119 Tests, winning 14. Its first victory was against team Zimbabwe, and the following two came against the West Indian team. Results have improved predominantly at home with draws earned against New Zealand, Pakistan, India and South Africa and wins against England, Sri Lanka and Australia. They played their 100th Test when they visited Sri Lanka in March 2017.
As of 25 January 2021,the team has been more successful in ODIs, having won 131 of its 379 matches It has also played 96 Twenty20 Internationals, winning 32.
As of 6 January 2021, Bangladesh is ranked tenth in Tests, seventh in ODIs and eighth in T20Is by the
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|1) Gazi Ashraf||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Moratuwa, 1985/86|
|2) Gholam Nousher||Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Khulna, 2006/07|
|3) Farhad Reza||Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Khulna, 2006/07|
|4) Hafizur Rahman||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Moratuwa, 1985/86|
|5) Jahangir Shah||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Moratuwa, 1985/86|
|6) Minhajul Abedin||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Moratuwa, 1985/86|
|7) Nurul Abedin||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Moratuwa, 1985/86|
|8) Rafiqul Alam||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Moratuwa, 1985/86|
|9) Raqibul Hasan||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Moratuwa, 1985/86|
|10) Samiur Rahman||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Moratuwa, 1985/86|
|11) Shaheedur Rahman||Bangladesh v Pakistan at Moratuwa, 1985/86|
|12) Aminul Islam||Bangladesh v India at Chattogram, 1988/89|
|13) Athar Ali Khan||Bangladesh v India at Chattogram, 1988/89|
|14) Azhar Hossain||Bangladesh v India at Chattogram, 1988/89|
|15) Harunur Rashid||Bangladesh v India at Chattogram, 1988/89|
|16) Nasir Ahmed||Bangladesh v India at Chattogram, 1988/89|
|17) Zahid Razzak||Bangladesh v India at Chattogram, 1988/89|