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Bangladesh won the ODI series for the first time from Sri Lanka, Mushfiqur hit a century

With the help of Mushfiqur Rahim’s eighth century in his career, Bangladesh won the first ODI series against their rival by defeating Sri Lanka by 103 runs from Duckworth Lewis Padvati in the rain-affected second ODI. Bangladesh’s innings was interrupted twice due to rain. Rahim scored 125 off 127 balls which included 10 fours. Bangladesh, batting first, scored 246 runs in 48.1 overs. Sri Lanka’s score was 126 for nine after 38 overs when rain interrupted the match for the third time. After this, a target of 245 runs in 40 overs was set in front of Sri Lanka by Duckworth Lewis Padvati. Meaning he had to score 119 runs in the last two overs.

Sri Lanka finally scored 141 runs for nine wickets. This is Bangladesh’s first win in any series against Sri Lanka in any format. Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal said, “It is good to win the series but we have not played our best game so far.” We lost wickets continuously and at one time it was difficult to reach 200 runs. Mushfiqur’s innings was brilliant and Mahmudullah (41) also made useful contributions. Bangladesh won the first match by 33 runs on Sunday. The third and final match will be played on Friday.

Rahim’s century, Bangladesh won the series for the first time from Sri Lanka

A superb century by wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim (125) helped Bangladesh unilaterally beat Sri Lanka by a big margin of 103 runs under the Duckworth-Louis rule to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. This is the first series win in Bangladesh bilateral series against Sri Lanka.

Player of the match, Rahim’s 125 off 127 balls, with the help of 10 fours, gave Bangladesh a challenging score of 246 runs in 48.1 overs, and their bowlers’ brilliant performance prevented Sri Lanka for 141 runs for nine wickets in 40 overs. gave . Off-spinner Mehdi Hasan, who took four wickets in the last match, also bowled well in the second match and took three wickets for just 28 runs in 10 overs. Left-arm fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman took three wickets for just 16 runs in six overs. Left arm spinner Shakib Al Hasan took two wickets for 34 runs in eight overs. Shariful Islam got one wicket for 30 runs.

Chasing the target, Sri Lankan opener Danushka Gunatilaka scored the most 24 runs off 46 balls with the help of two fours. Pathun Nisanka scored 20 runs in 36 balls with the help of two fours. No other batsman could play a big innings and Sri Lanka suffered a second successive defeat. In Sri Lanka’s innings when 126 runs were scored for nine wickets in 38 overs, the game had to be stopped due to rain. At the start of the game the number of overs was reduced to 40 but the number of runs was not reduced. Sri Lanka reached their score 141 by the end of the match.
Earlier in Bangladesh’s innings, apart from Rahim’s century, opener Litton Das scored 25 and Mahmudullah scored 41 runs in 58 balls with the help of one four and two sixes. For Sri Lanka, Dushmant Chameera took three wickets for 44 runs and Rohit Sandakan took three wickets for 54 runs.