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Asia Cup lost by 2 wickets to Bangladesh, Sri Lanka defeated Bangladesh in Super Four

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Sri Lanka defeated Bangladesh by 2 wickets in their second and last match in the group stage of the Asia Cup in the Super Four.

Bangladesh had to lose in the end despite spreading excitement against Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup. Shakib Al Hasan's team also left the tournament with the loss of 2 wickets. And by winning the match, the Lankans got a place in the Super Four.

Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets in their second and final Group B match at the Dubai International Stadium on Thursday. They beat the Tigers and made it to the Super Four of the tournament.

Bangladesh lost after a thrilling fight

8 wides, 4 no balls—cost Bangladesh in these two sectors of the extra column. Earlier, Sri Lanka did not take any no or wide.

In the end, the difference in such a narrow match was that?

Chasing 183 runs, Sri Lanka got off to a good start with the opening pair of Kushal Mendis and Pathum Nisanka. However, after Ibadat Hossain's dream debut over, Taskin Ahmed's fielding and bowling, Mostafizur Rahman's breakthrough came at a crucial time for Bangladesh.

Mushfiq caught Mendis in the beginning, apart from that, Bangladesh was fine in fielding today. But that additional sector also suffered.

Mendis, however, has been touched by luck in many ways. He scored 60 runs off 37 balls after getting four lives. Then Sri Lanka captain Shanaka played an innings of 45 runs off 33 balls. After the return of Shanaka, Bangladesh went ahead again. But in the end they got confused again.

Bangladesh lost for the second time despite scoring 183 or more runs. Both against Sri Lanka.

Bangladesh lost by 2 wickets

Last over, Mehdi Hasan, 8 runs needed

First ball, single from legby.

Second ball, Fernando's four.

Third ball, doubles. Score tied.

Say no to that again. That's the end of the game!

Sri Lankan night in Dubai. They are Afghanistan's partner in the Super Four with a 2-wicket win. Bangladesh bid farewell.



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