Jul 17, 7 months ago

Bangladesh A win the first unofficial ODI

Bangladesh A win the first unofficial ODI

Bangladesh A vs Sri Lanka A

First Unofficial ODI, SICS, Sylhet.

Bangladesh A : 280/7 in 50 overs (Mizanur 67, Fazle Mahmud 59, Ariful 47; Shanaka 1/24)

Sri Lanka A : 278/10 in 50 overs (Shanaka 78, Priyanjana 42, Thirimanna 29; Khaled 4/72, Shoriful 3/54, Ariful 2/42)

Result : Bangladesh A won by 2 runs.

Bangladesh A clinched victory in the first unofficial ODI of 3-match series against Sri Lanka A by 2 runs at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet.

Batting first Bangladesh A scored 280 for 7 in 50 overs thanks to two fifties from Mizanur Rahman and Fazle Mahmud. Ariful Haque chipped in with quick-fire 47 at the later part of the innings.

In reply Sri Lanka A were bowled out for 278 in the last delivery of the final over of the match. Shanaka was the top scorer for Sri Lanka with 78. Khaled Ahmed claimed 4 wickets for 72.

Second match of the series will be held on July 19 at the same venue.

Photo | sky sports

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