Know what Sri Lankan captain Dasun Shanaka said after winning the lost match against Bangladesh

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh: Do or die match was played between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Asia Cup on Thursday. In this match, Sri Lanka showed a great game and won the match by 2 wickets. Batting first, Bangladesh scored 183 runs for the loss of 7 wickets. After which the Sri Lankan team, which came out to chase the target, won the match with 2 balls remaining. Opener Kushal Mendis played a brilliant half-century of 60 runs for Sri Lanka. At the same time, captain Dasun Shanaka also played an inning of 45 runs. After winning the thrilling match in the Asia Cup, the Sri Lankan captain has given a big statement.

Dasun Shanaka said a big thing
After winning the do or die match in the Asia Cup, Sri Lankan captain Dasun Shanaka said that in the middle of the match I am finding this target difficult. But when I was batting more efficient then I felt that this target can be achieved. The openers did a great job. Because of that we were able to chase this total. I wanted to promote myself above but my first priority is the team so I sacrificed it. After Chamika’s runout, I thought we lost the match. But those two shots of Asitha Fernando were amazing. There’s a lot of sparkle in them. It was great to see them.

Bangladesh had given the target of 184 runs
In the fifth match of the Asia Cup, Bangladesh team, who came to bat first against Sri Lanka, scored 183 runs in 20 overs for the loss of 7 wickets. Afif Hossain scored the highest 39 runs for Bangladesh. At the same time, Mehndi Hasan Meraj scored 38 and Mahmudullah Riyad scored 27. Bangladesh had lost four wickets for just 87 runs at one time. But after this Afif Hossain and Mahmudullah Riyad shared a 57-run partnership to get the team out of trouble. Then in the end, Mossadak Hossain scored 24 runs in 9 balls and Taskin Ahmed made 11 runs in 6 balls to put his team in a very strong position.


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