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I am very happy and proud to have been part of the Bangladesh team that won its first Test match and series. In future, when Bangladesh does well in international cricket, I can always look back and say I was a part of the team that featured in Bangladesh's first-ever Test victory.

Mohammad Ashraful (Bangladeshi Cricketer)

India is among the top teams in international cricket and it was really special to beat them.

Mohammad Ashraful (Bangladeshi Cricketer)

My father is a former Bengali teacher in a government school. Had I not been a cricketer, I would have opted for a teaching job. It is just a childhood aspiration you can say. But I am very happy and satisfied to have become a cricketer.

Soumya Sarkar (Bangladeshi Cricketer)

I made a mistake. This was the first time in my career that the ICC anti-corruption unit called on me. I did some bad things and I admitted to doing them. I am trying to help them for the sake of cricket.

Mohammad Ashraful (Bangladeshi Cricketer)

It is a matter of pride that I am representing my country. The last year has been like a dream for me. A lot of things have changed, but now my entire focus is on my future. I want to keep improving both as a cricketer and as a person.

Soumya Sarkar (Bangladeshi Cricketer)

I started playing cricket in 2005 after joining a cricket academy named BKSP (Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan) which happens to be Bangladesh’s biggest sports organisation. I graduated through the age-groups at BKSP before making my international debut for the senior team two years ago. So, my six years at BKSP have actually helped me reach this far.

Soumya Sarkar (Bangladeshi Cricketer)

The batsmen who I have followed are Sourav Ganguly and Brian Lara. When I started playing cricket I used to be a right-handed batsman. It was only after watching them play those drives that I decided to become a left-hander.

Soumya Sarkar (Bangladeshi Cricketer)

I was playing a match for the under -19 cricket team. Eventually I got injured while trying to catch the ball, afterwards I got senseless in the field. I still couldn’t forget the memory.

Nasir Hossain (Bangladeshi Cricketer)

There's plenty of gap. Indian cricket authorities have invested in the right areas and they emphasised on the basics of cricket.

Aamer Sohail (Pakistani Cricketer)

I want to say clearly here and for once we must face the truth that Imran is responsible for the state of affairs in our cricket

Aamer Sohail (Pakistani Cricketer)

What tensions are you talking about? When I play my cricket I play for my country. What has that got to do with the players? A team has to perform, and perform well to get results. That is exactly what I wanted to do. But unfortunately I have been denied my chance.

Aamer Sohail (Pakistani Cricketer)

Imran damaged Pakistan cricket by encouraging our bowlers to tamper with the ball. This has led to a culture where we can't produce good new ball bowlers or quality openers

Aamer Sohail (Pakistani Cricketer)

The thing is that the state of Pakistan cricket is really bad. It was a huge challenge (to take up the PCB jobs) but I told myself that if I can contribute towards a positive change then I should. I told myself that I can help put a proper system in place for the betterment of Pakistan cricket.

Aamer Sohail (Pakistani Cricketer)

1992 will always be a special year for Pakistani cricket fans. Winning the World Cup, having one of the best bowling attacks in the world, it seemed like everything would change for us despite having a shaky start to the tournament.

Aamer Sohail (Pakistani Cricketer)

I am quite clear on this issue, it is a case of cricket being bread and butter for the three players—that is how they earn their living. I know they made a mistake but since they have been punished and also served their ban period, they deserve another chance in international cricket.

Aamer Sohail (Pakistani Cricketer)

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