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Tigers to return home today

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BSS, Dhaka :
All of the Bangladesh players will return home today (Saturday) at 10.40 PM Bangladesh time, confirmed team manager Khaled Masud Pilot.
In a Whats App message, Masud said, all of the players will start their journey towards home at the same time while it was predicted that the players may board different flight due to the problem of managing so many tickets at the same time.
The Bangladeshi players escaped unhurt during a mosque shooting in Christchurch as they came to here to perform Jummah prayer. The incident left the players in distraught state, said Masud.
A heinous terrorist attack at two different mosques in Christchurch left 49 people dead so far. In the wake of the situation, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and New Zealand Cricket (NZC) jointly decided to cancel the third and final Test, slated to begin from today.

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