In Pics, Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, Nidahas Trophy, 3rd T20I

In Pics, Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, Nidahas Trophy, 3rd T20I

In Pics, Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, Nidahas Trophy, 3rd T20I

Bangladesh pulled off a memorable record chase to stun Sri Lanka by five wickets in the Nidahas Twenty20 Tri-Series here tonight, ending their recent run of reverses against the islanders owing to Mushfiqur Rahim's belligerent 35-ball 72. But in the 2nd match, India beat Bangladesh by 6 wickets.

A brilliant and courageous unbeaten 72 from Mushfiqur Rahim ensured that Bangladesh completed the fourth highest chase in T20I history. Sri Lankan openers, Kusal Mendis and Danushka Gunathilaka, began well but failed to make a substantial contribution against India. India take on Sri Lanka next on Monday.

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Bangladesh was given a rousing start by openers Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das, who posted 74 runs in six overs of the power play.

Skipper Mahmudullah got Mendis out with his off-spin as he struck twice in his very first over to try and check Sri Lanka's surge. Sri Lanka piled up 70 runs off the first six overs, including 22 runs off Taksin Ahmed's second over, but could not continue the momentum in the middle overs. "This result shows how good we are as a team", Chandimal had said. Liton Das smashed 43 off 19 balls with five sixes and two boundaries.

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Sri Lanka's total of 214 was its fourth highest, and the second highest at home after the 215-3 in 2015 against the West Indies at Pallekele. Perera returned to the pavilion with four balls to spare in their innings top edging to wicket-keeper but by then he had shared 55 for the sixth wicket with Tharanga who remained unbeaten on 32 of 15 balls with four boundaries and a six. Despite Gunathilaka (26) falling to Mustafizur Rahman, Perera and Mendis tore into the bowling.

Soumya Sarkar joined Mushfiqur and the duo added a fifty-run stand as Bangladesh kept pace with the required rate, which allowed Mushfiqur to ensure victory despite losing wickets towards the end.

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