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Asia Cup 2018, SL vs Ban highlights: Bangladesh win by 137 runs vs Lanka

Mushfiqur anchored the Bangladesh innings from one end and scored his career-best 144. Tamim Iqbal can out to play with a plaster. Sri Lanks need 262 to win. Catch all the live updates here

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Asia Cup 2018, Mushfiqur Rahim
Bangladesh's Mushfiqur Rahim celebrates scoring a century during the one day international cricket match of Asia Cup between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Photo: AP/PTI

BANGLADESH WIN THE MATCH BY 137 runs Sri Lanka: 124/10 in 35.2 Overs Over Summary: 0 W Shakib Al Hasan continues, DOT ball to start with. Shakib gets Aponso and its all over for Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka: 124-9 in 35 Overs Over Summary: W 1 0 1 0 2 Mosaddek Hossain continues, Dilruwan Perera OUT stumped. Dilruwan Perera st Liton Das b Mosaddek Hossain 29(44) [6s-2]. Malinga takes a single off the first ball he faced. DOT ball. Aponso takes a single off the 4th ball. Malinga defends the 5th ball and takes a couple of runs off the last.  Sri Lanka: 120-8 in 34 Overs Over Summary: 0 0 6 0 0 1 Shakib continues, Dilruwan hits the 3rd ball for SIX Sri Lanka: 113-8 in 33 Overs Over Summary: 0 1 0 0 0 0 Mosaddek Hossain continues after the drinks break, concedes only 1 run DRINKS BREAK

In the opener, Sri Lanka will take on confident Bangladesh at in the United Arab Emirates. Both the teams are suffering from injuries, Sri Lanka would not have the services of wicket-keeper batsman Dinesh Chandimal and all-rounder Danushka Gunathilaka. On the other hand, Bangladesh have been suffering from injury to their key players, Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan. match in the Asia Cup is one of the most anticipated matches after India vs Pakistan clash. Last time, when tigers clashed with Lankans in Nidhas trophy the match went to tense moments where Bangladesh even considered boycotting the run-chase.

Asia Cup 2018: Live score updates



 
Sri Lanka and Bangladesh teams record in recent past
 
Since the start of 2017, in 39 matches Sri Lanka have won only lost 29 matches. Mathews and company can take some confidence from the way they ended the last ODI series at home against South Africa. After going down 0-3, a face-saving, pride-restoring comeback was made to leave with a respectable scoreline of 2-3. The team's transition phase is taking too long and internal issues like administration of the Board and pay disputes have plagued them for quite a while now. However, Bangladesh come into the tournament on the back of a 2-1 series win over the Windies in the Caribbean.
 

First Published: Sat, September 15 2018. 16:00 IST

Asia Cup 2018, SL vs Ban highlights: Bangladesh win by 137 runs vs Lanka

Mushfiqur anchored the Bangladesh innings from one end and scored his career-best 144. Tamim Iqbal can out to play with a plaster. Sri Lanks need 262 to win. Catch all the live updates here

In the opener, Sri Lanka will take on confident Bangladesh at in the United Arab Emirates. Both the teams are suffering from injuries, Sri Lanka would not have the services of wicket-keeper batsman Dinesh Chandimal and all-rounder Danushka Gunathilaka. On the other hand, Bangladesh have been suffering from injury to their key players, Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan. match in the Asia Cup is one of the most anticipated matches after India vs Pakistan clash. Last time, when tigers clashed with Lankans in Nidhas trophy the match went to tense moments where Bangladesh even considered boycotting the run-chase.

Asia Cup 2018: Live score updates



 
Sri Lanka and Bangladesh teams record in recent past
 
Since the start of 2017, in 39 matches Sri Lanka have won only lost 29 matches. Mathews and company can take some confidence from the way they ended the last ODI series at home against South Africa. After going down 0-3, a face-saving, pride-restoring comeback was made to leave with a respectable scoreline of 2-3. The team's transition phase is taking too long and internal issues like administration of the Board and pay disputes have plagued them for quite a while now. However, Bangladesh come into the tournament on the back of a 2-1 series win over the Windies in the Caribbean.
 

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