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Bangladesh cricket team players at New Zealand's Christchurch Airport to return home. Photo: Star Mail

Bangladesh cricket team returns home from New Zealand Today they reach the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 10:40 pm on Saturdays.

Earlier, after a day in New Zealand's Christchurch nightmare, 19 people, including the team's cricketer, boarded a Singapore Airlines plane at 5.00 am on Saturday.

Before reaching the aircraft, Bangladesh's manager Khaled Masud told the news media, "We expect Bangladesh will reach Dhaka at 10:40 pm on Saturday at 5 am on Saturday. For now, we're returning to 19. Some of the coaching staff are going to West Indies and South Africa. From there, their tickets will be arranged faster.

Critics survived for little while living in Al Nur mosque in Christchurch on Friday. 49 people killed in two mosques, including the mosque, were shot in the firing by Australian Christian White Martyrs. The team of cricketers leaving the venue quickly went into the team bus and later entered the stadium and saved the lives of Bangladesh cricketers. Immediately after the New Zealand Cricket announced its decision to cancel the third Test. According to the BCB, Tamim-Mushfiqid will return to the country in the fastest time.

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Papon said at a press conference on Friday that the process of returning the fast trackers from New Zealand to Dhaka is underway with the help of the foreign ministry. He also said that the New Zealand Cricket Board and the government of the country will also take necessary measures to speed up the process. In the same sequence, arrangements were made to return all the players to the same flight.

The local time of Saturday at 10 am (Bangladesh time on Saturday at 3 am) Bangladesh team arrive at Christchurch Airport.

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