Bangladesh scored 122 for 5 in the third and final match of the unofficial one-day series against Sri Lanka A in Colombo. Saif Hasan picked up a century.
Bangladesh ‘A’ team won the second match in Sri Lanka’s unofficial one-day series. Today, the third and final match in Colombo has brought a big collection of tourists. Saif Hassan’s brilliant century, Bangladesh scored 122 runs for 5 wickets. If they win today, they will be guaranteed an unofficial one-day series win. Earlier, the two matches were drawn in an unofficial Test series of two matches.
At the end of the first two matches, the two teams were equalized in the series 3-1. Today’s match is a series of fights for both teams. Saif and Mohammad Naeem started in the opener before losing the toss in the clash. The duo scored 122 runs in 22.2 overs. Naeem was out for 5 off 7 balls, but Saif kept an edge. The opener laid the foundation of the team’s innings before being dismissed in 5.1 overs. He scored 4 runs off 6 sixes and four fours. Boundary has come in half for Saif’s total.
Skipper Mohammad Mithun came in from the bat and scored 42 runs off 9 balls. At the time of sign-out, Bangladesh’s collection was 5 for 20. That means that he was able to score 3 runs off the last 4 balls after being dismissed. In the end, the batsmen of Bangladesh did not do so well. Apart from the two openers, he could not play at least 4 runs and no batsman.