Published: February 10, 2014
Tamim Iqbal ducked Tigers’ ‘secret’ training at the Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium yesterday complaining a sore shoulder. However, the left-handed opener might have had more reasons to be upset about on the day he quit vice-captaincy.
Like a bolt from the blue yesterday morning, the news of Tamim Iqbal’s decision to resign as Bangladesh’s vice-captain hit the public forum. In a rather unusual manner, the left-hander’s decision was first made public through his fan page on a social media website.
Published: February 8, 2014
Mominul Haque posted a resolute stance guiding the hosts to build as Bangladesh chase down 455 runs to win the second Test against Sri Lanka in Chittagong today.
Published: January 24, 2014
Opening batsman Tamim Iqbal was named vice-captain of the national side for the upcoming home series against Sri Lanka, said a Bangladesh Cricket Board press release on Thursday.
The 24-year-old left-handed batsman will begin his second stint as vice-captain, with his previous tenure spanning for 10 months from December 2010-September 2011.
Published: May 6, 2009
Tamim Iqbal, the highest-paid player of the Port city Cricket League, made his money worth spending, winning his second successive man-of-the-match trophy to guide Chittagong Abahani to a five-wicket win over Top Sports at the MA Aziz Stadium on Tuesday.
Published: April 26, 2009
Amid colours, deafening sounds and nonstop flashing of lights, auction of 48 cricketers for the country’s first-ever Twenty20 tournament, the PCL (Port City Cricket League) 2009, was held yesterday at Chittagong Club auditorium with dashing Tigers opener and local boy Tamim Iqbal stealing the show with a whopping Tk 7.70 lakh price.
Published: March 13, 2009
Abahani has stretched their lead to 16 points while Biman is sited on 14 points to share the second spot with Surjo Torun, who rode on their captain Khaled Mashud’s unbeaten century to pull off an exciting eight-run victory over Gazi Tank at BKSP. ABAHANI-BKSP Mashrafe followed up his unbeaten half-century with a three wicket [...]