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Bangladesh become second most followed cricket nation


Bangladesh is known as a cricket crazy cricket loving country. On the day of the Bangladesh match, the home cricket famous Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium is overflowing with cricket fans. Tiger fans are not far behind on social media. The number of Bangladeshi fans is the second highest in this list.Bangladesh has the second highest number of followers in the world of cricket

Bangladesh , the second most followed cricket nation

Cricket is considered to be one of the most popular cricketing nations in South Asia. In Bangladesh, from the youngest child to the oldest person, they watch cricket and keep up with the news of cricket. At different times, rickshaw pullers or day laborers have been caught on camera by the photographer, stopping their work and watching cricket on the roadside TV screen. Such is the passion of the people of this country towards cricket.

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Although football is the most popular sport in the world, Bangladesh seems to have proved it wrong. The number of cricket fans in this country is more than football. Now cricket fans can easily get all the news of cricket on the internet especially through social media. In this way, the number of followers of Bangladesh through social media is in the second place among the cricket playing countries.

The number of followers of Bangladesh Cricket through social media is 17.3 million or 1 crore 83 lakh. Among them, the number of followers of Bangladesh Cricket on the popular social media Facebook is more than 12 million. This number is more than 16 lakh on Instagram. Tiger Cricket has more than 2.5 million followers on Twitter.

India has the highest number of followers in the world of cricket. The number of fans in this country with a large population is beyond the reach of everyone. 54.2 million or 5 crore 42 lakhs. Pakistan is in the third place with 11.1 million or 11 million followers.

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