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Bangabandhu National Stadium

The ground is also brought into use for football matches. The first one-day international here was played between Pakistan and Sri Lanka during the Wills Asia Cup in 1988-89.

india Updated: Apr 11, 2003 12:22 IST
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Name: Bangabandhu National Stadium

Earlier known as: National Stadium; Dacca Stadium

Floodlights: Yes

Capacity: 36000

End names: Pavilion End, Paltan End


This has been the main cricket stadium in the country. It was earlier called the National Stadium, and then was renamed as Bangabandhu National Stadium in honor of the father of the nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

The ground is also brought into use for football matches. The first one-day international here was played between Pakistan and Sri Lanka during the Wills Asia Cup in 1988-89.




Highest Innings Totals
 
Runs
Teams
Venue
Year
325-6Zimbabwe vs KenyaDhaka1998-99
320-3Pakistan vs BangladeshDhaka1999-00
316-7India vs PakistanDhaka1997-98
314-5Pakistan vs IndiaDhaka1997-98
314-6West Indies vs BangladeshDhaka1999-2000
310-6Zimbabwe vs BangladeshDhaka1998-99
309-6Zimbabwe vs BangladeshDhaka2001-02
307-8India vs AustraliaDhaka1998-99
295-6Pakistan vs IndiaDhaka1999-2000
293-7Pakistan vs BangladeshDhaka1998-99


Lowest Innings Totals
 
Runs
Teams
Venue
Year
87Bangladesh vs PakistanDhaka1999/00
123Kenya vs ZimbabweDhaka1998/99
132Sri Lanka vs South AfricaDhaka1998/99
134Bangladesh vs PakistanDhaka1997/98
139Kenya vs ZimbabweDhaka1998/99
141Bangladesh v PakistanDhaka1998/99
142Pakistan vs IndiaDhaka1998/99


Centuries
Runs
Player
Teams
Venue
Year
141SR TendulkarIndia vs AustraliaDhaka1998/99
140Saeed AnwarPakistan vs IndiaDhaka1997/98
     

First Published: Apr 10, 2003 18:26 IST