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Well done Bangladesh! Sachin Tendulkar, Michael Clarke hail Bangla Tigers after historic Test win

first_imgShakib Al Hasan picked up his second 10-wicket haul in Test cricket to help Bangladesh beat Australia by 20 runs at Mirpur and take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.The southpaw picked up 5/85 in the second innings to script remarkable victory. He had earlier picked up 5/68 in the first innings.Bangladesh posted 260 in their first innings as Australia were bundled out for 217. With a slender but all -important lead, Bangladesh set a 265-run target for Australia to win on a track that was starting to turn square.David Warner struck a commanding century and Australia were firm favourites to win the match on Day 4 but Shakib’s brilliant performance with the ball turned the tides for the hosts.This is Bangladesh’s 10th victory in their 101st Test match. This is also Bangladesh’s first victory against Australia in their fifth-ever Test against the Aussies. The last time the two countries met, Australia hammered the Tigers by an innings and 80 runs at Chittagong in 2006.This is how twitterati reacted to Bangladesh’s historic Test win at Mirpur:2 upsets in 2 days! Inspiring performance by @BCBtigers! Test cricket is thriving #BANvAUS- sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) August 30, 2017Great to see Bangladesh win against mighty Australians. Test cricket still is and always will be the ultimate form of the game @BCBtigers- Wasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) August 30, 2017Well played @BCBtigers on historical test win. Very good test match. ???- Mahela Jayawardena (@MahelaJay) August 30, 2017Congratulations Bangladesh ???? didn’t think I would be writing this tweet but you need to give credit where credit is due. ?????? #testcricketadvertisement- Michael Clarke (@MClarke23) August 30, 2017The historic winning moment for @BCBtigers! #BANvAUS pic.twitter.com/yvmh5kWBoZ- ICC (@ICC) August 30, 2017Two amazing Tests in two days! Shows why it is still the pinnacle of the game. Congratulations Bangladesh.- Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) August 30, 2017Well done Bangladesh. Special effort to beat Australia. #BANvAUS- Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) August 30, 2017He took half of the Australia wickets and made a crucial contribution with the bat too – the Man of the Match is @Sah75official! #BANvAUS pic.twitter.com/ANbkuc297X- ICC (@ICC) August 30, 2017Congrats Bangladesh on a special victory. Getting 86/8 when 107 were needed.2 wonderful test finishes in 2 days. A treat to watch#BANvAUS- Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) August 30, 2017Historic.#BANvAUS pic.twitter.com/KjooZENpuT- cricket.com.au (@CricketAus) August 30, 2017Congratulations @BCBtigers . Well deserved victory ??? #BANvAUS- Murali Vijay (@mvj888) August 30, 2017Very well done @BCBtigers #BANvAUS Congratulations on a brilliant test win and a hard fought one at that. ????????? extremely happy for you !!!- Russel Arnold (@RusselArnold69) August 30, 2017Waking up to splendid news from Bangladesh ….. Morning everyone ???- Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) August 30, 2017last_img read more

Kenney pleads for national unity during speech to Calgary business crowd

first_imgCALGARY — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says federal party leaders who would let provinces block new pipelines are ignoring the Constitution.Kenney made a plea for national unity during a speech to a downtown Calgary business crowd while holding a copy of Canada’s supreme law.He says Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s government did nothing to stop British Columbia’s roadblocks to the stalled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.And NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh came under fire for remarks he made during a CBC interview about how a government led by him would not impose pipelines on provinces.Kenney says the Constitution is clear that infrastructure between provinces is under the authority of the national government, and provinces can’t obstruct them.He says Albertans are champions of the Constitution and national unity, and federal leaders should respect that vision.“We Albertans are true federalists. We believe in a big Canada,” Kenney said in his speech Tuesday to the Calgary Chamber of Commerce.“We respect not just the original intent but language of the Constitution and we reject the parochial vision of federal parties who are undermining the economic union and balkanizing this country at the worst possible time.” The Canadian Presslast_img read more