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Kumar Sangakkara will retire from international Twenty20 cricket after the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.
Hosts Bangladesh raced to a nine-wicket win over Afghanistan in the opening game of the World Twenty20.
Nepal beat Hong Kong by 80 runs in the battle of the tournament debutants at the World Twenty20.
In the 2007 World T20 meeting between India and England Yuvraj Singh smashed Stuart Broad for six sixes.
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Kyle McCallan says William Porterfield's ever-improving Ireland are ready to hit the World T20 hard.
Marcus Trescothick hopes England's first win in six T20 matches will galvanise their World T20 bid.
Michael Vaughan urges England to start entertaining the public with a new, more exciting brand of cricket.
David Lloyd blogs on his Caribbean cruise and why England keep getting torpedoed by spin.
Joe Root's maiden ODI century for England was as clever as it was skilful, says Nick Knight.
Nasser Hussain recalls his on-pitch tussles with Graeme Smith and sends out a Surrey warning.
South African Graeme Smith should be remembered as one of Test cricket's finest, says Sir Ian Botham.
Nick Knight says England must assume more responsibility whilst batting in one-day internationals.
Dwayne Bravo is respected by his players and the ideal man to lead West Indies in ODIs, says Mikey Holding.
England's West Indies trip will prime them for their T20 World Cup challenge, says Nick Knight.
ICC World Twenty20 2014
Bangladesh win by 9 wickets
Nepal win by 80 runs