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Bangladesh has won 103 runs against Sri Lanka

 

Bangladesh has won 103 runs against Sri Lanka in the second match of the series. Tigers also confirmed the series with Epymmeters. Sri Lanka bat for 247 runs given to Tigers at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla stadium in Mirpur. They scored 141 runs for 9 wickets in 30 overs. Due to the rain due to rain, the game was closed at the last moment. Starts to play again. In the second ODI, Bangladesh won the D / L rules in the second ODI.

This is the first series of Bangladesh in ODI against Sri Lanka. The disaster of the strike was from the beginning. Shariful Islam returned to 14 runs in captain Kushal Perera. After that, Mustafizur Rahman had to return to 24 runs in Derusaka Gunatildaka. Shakib Al Hasan returned to 20 runs for 20 runs. Miraj returned to 15 runs in Kushal Mendis.

Then Shakib scored Dhanganj de Silva with 10 runs. Mehdi Hasan Miraj went back to 11 runs by Dasun Shanqa. Mustafiz has returned Laxman Sandakan in Ranch, the hosts decided to bat the toss earlier. After losing 4 wickets in 100 runs, two experienced batsmen Mushfiq and Mahmudullah They added 87 runs for the fifth wicket. However, Mahmudullah was out when signing Sandakan did not swipe.

Liton, Mosaddak, Affief, Miraj could not make big scores. As a result, Tamim Iqbal's team has to be satisfied with 11 runs more than the previous match. Bangladesh team could not bat the full 50 overs in this match interrupted. All out of 48.1 overs and 246 runs. Mushfiq was out of the eighth century in the career as the latest batsman.

His 127-run innings in 127 runs in 10 fours. Mushfiq was hoping for centuries in the match. But 84 runs were unfortunately returned to him. But now no mistake. In addition to the rescue of the party in the face of pressure, the century was lifted himself.

Mahmudullah scored the second highest 41 in the innings of Bangladesh. Sri Lanka took three wickets for Sri Lanka, Thamirira and Santakan. The game was closed in the middle due to rain, quite a bit of time.

Sri Lanka: Kushal Perera (captain and wicketkeeper), Dhanushaka Gunathillka, Dhananjaya Dhankhana, Kushal Mendis, Dhananjaya de Silva, Dasoon Sanaka, Ashen Bandas, Oanish Hasaranga, Isrujan Sandakan and Dushmanth Chamamanath.

Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal (captain), Liton Kumar Das, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mosaddek Hossain, Mahmudullah, Afrik Hossain, Mehedi Hasan Miraj, Mohammad Saif Uddin, Mustafizur Rahman.

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