Asia Cup SL vs BAN: The cricket teams of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are face to face in the league match near Asia Cup 2022. It is very important for both the teams to win this match as the team that wins will reach the Super 4. Whereas the losing team will look for a straight out of the tournament. Let us tell you that this match is being held at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. In the fifth match, Bangladesh scored 183 for 7 in 20 overs after playing first. In any case, the Sri Lankan team will have to score 184 runs to win. Afif Hossain scored the highest 39 runs for Bangladesh. While Mehndi Hasan Meraj scored 38 and Mahmudullah scored 27 runs in Riyadh.
Bangladesh had lost four wickets for just 87 runs at one point, but then Afif Hossain and Mahmudullah Riyadh put on a 57-run partnership to get the team out of trouble. Then in the end Mosaddak Hossain scored 24 off 9 balls and Taskin Ahmed scored 11 runs in 6 balls to put his team in a strong position. Both of them returned unbeaten.
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Shabbir Ahmed opened for the first time for Bangladesh
Shabbir Ahmed and Mehndi Hassan Meraj came for the opening for Bangladesh today. Both started the innings for the first time in international cricket, although Shabbir could not last long and was dismissed after scoring just 5 runs. However, after this the filtering broke fiercely on the bowlers.
Scored 38 runs in 26 balls with the help of two fours and two sixes.
Mehndi Hassan hit big shots all around the field and crossed the 50 on the score in the power play. However, after that he was dismissed in the seventh over. He scored 38 runs in 26 balls with the help of two fours and two sixes. Bangladesh soon lost two more wickets as Mahendi was dismissed. During this, Shakib Al Hasan was dismissed for 24 runs in 22 balls and Mushfiqur Rahim scored four runs in five balls.
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