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Tigers return home from Sri Lanka

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After a dismal show in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh national cricket team return home on Thursday afternoon. They landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 1:45pm (BdST) but didn't face media.  Bangladesh played three ODIs in the series and lost all of them. They were completely rudderless in all the three matches and in every department. Throughout the series, Bangladeshi batsmen were completely colourless. They even failed to create any chaos for the Lankan bowling attack.

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