Nidahas Trophy Final Match India vs Bangladesh New Biss Key 2018

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Nidahas Trophy Final Match India vs Bangladesh New Biss Key 2018
Nidahas Trophy Final Match India vs Bangladesh New Biss Key 2018
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Follow highlights of Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, Nidahas Trophy tri-nation T20 match in Colombo here. Mahmudullah’s quickfire 43-run knock helped Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka by two wickets to enter the final of the Nidahas Trophy T20 tri-nation series.(AP)

Bangladesh will meet India in Sunday’s final of the Twenty20 tri-series after Mahmudullah blasted 43 not out off 18 balls to secure a thrilling two-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in an ill-tempered match on Friday. High drama unfolded in the virtual semi-final at the R Premadasa Stadium with Bangladesh needing 12 runs off the last over bowled by Isuru Udana and Mahmudullah smashed a six off the penultimate delivery to seal an emotional win for his side. Play had been briefly halted as Bangladesh players remonstrated about two shoulder-high balls in the final over and members of both teams had to be restrained. Follow highlights of Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, Nidahas Trophy tri-nation T20 match in Colombo here (SCORECARD | STREAMING INFO) (ZIM vs IRE SCORES)

22:55 hrs IST: And that’s it. Thank you for joining us. Until next time, it’s goodbye. Cheers!

Mahmudullah (Man of the Match): “One of my best innings. When Shakib came back, it was a big boost. Plan to strike the ball as hard as I can. When Shakib got out, I was under pressure. The confusion was because it was the first bumper, but we should forget it, happens in the game.”

Thisara Perera (Sri Lanka captain): “Very tough game, we are disappointed. We thought we were 10-15 runs short, 160 is still reasonable.”

Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh captain): “You can’t expect more than that in a T20 game, so much excitement, emotion. Credit goes to SL, losing five early wickets. We kept our nerves in the end. I knew I was not 100% as far as batting is concerned. We always had healthy competition in the ground, but outside, we are friends.”

Tamim Iqbal: “Very emotional finish, we saw the leg umpire signal a no-ball, we were complaining about the no-ball. We could have done it nicely. We won’t create anything bad about this incident. I did a good job, but if I could have continued a but longer, but we won so all forgotten.”

22:33 hrs IST: SIX! And that’s it. Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka by two wickets. Mahmudullah rises above the final over drama to help his team enter the final.

22:30 hrs IST: Two runs off the next delivery. Can Mahmudullah finish the job for Bangladesh?

22:29 hrs IST: FOUR! Too wide from Udana, Mahmudullah shuffles and hits it in the air towards the wide long-off boundary. Bangladesh need 8 off 3.

22:27 hrs IST: Shakib is now arguing with umpires. He is fuming. But play set to resume.

22:25 hrs IST: Altercation between Thisara Perera and a reserve Bangladeshi player.

22:23 hrs IST: And Mustafizur is run-out on the second delivery. But importantly, Mahmudullah is on strike.

22:22 hrs IST: First ball, Mustafizur looks to pull but misses. Bangladesh need 12 off 5.

22:20 hrs IST: Twelve runs and a wicket. Bangladesh need 12 off the last over. What a game this has been! Kudos to both teams for putting up a fight. Isuru Udana to bowl the final over.

22:13 hrs IST: Thisara Perera to bowl the penultimate over.

22:12 hrs IST: OUT! Udana gets the big wicket of Shakib. Still anyone’s game. Mahmudullah is the man for Bangladesh. They need 23 off 12.

22:09 hrs IST: This is going to be tight. Can Shakib finish it for his team?

22:06 hrs IST: Single off the last ball for Shakib. Bangladesh are 131/5 after 18 overs, need 29 off 18. Isuru Udana is back into the attack.

22:03 hrs IST: SIX! Flighted delivery from J Mendis, Mahmudullah steps out and smacks it straight over the bowler’s head for a maximum.

21:58 hrs IST: Can’t understand the reason behind Shakib coming in so late. Lack of match practice, maybe.

21:53 hrs IST: OUT! Another big wicket for Sri Lanka. Tamim goes after scoring 50(42). The hosts are slightly ahead now. Two more scalps would do it for them.

21:48 hrs IST: OUT! Big blow. Mushfiqur Rahim departs. First wicket for Aponso. Bangladesh are 100/3 after 13 overs, need 60 off 42.

21:42 hrs IST: SIX! Tamim dances down the track to Dananjaya and swings it over long-off for a maximum. Bangladesh are 95/2 after 12 overs, need 65 off 48.

21:37 hrs IST: Tamim and Rahim hold the key for Bangladesh here. If they can stay at the crease for another 3-4 overs, things will get a lot easier for the visitors.

21:32 hrs IST: Tidy over from J Mendis, three runs off it. Bangladesh are 72/2 after 9 overs, need 88 off 66.

21:28 hrs IST: SIX! Tamim comes down the track, gets to the pitch of the ball and lofts it over long-off for a maximum. Bangladesh are 69/2 after 8 overs. Jeevan Mendis comes into the attack.

21:21 hrs IST: FOUR! Short and wide from T Perera and Tamim slashes it through point. Bangladesh are 50/2 after 6 overs.

21:16 hrs IST: Thisara Perera comes into the attack. Sri Lanka would hope for an inspired spell from him.

21:13 hrs IST: FOUR! Tossed up from Aponso, Rahim comes down the track and lifts it over mid-off for his first boundary.

21:11 hrs IST: OUT! Dananjaya strikes again, removes Sabbir Rahman. He is getting good turn. Mushfiqur Rahim comes to the crease. Bangladesh are 34/2 after 4 overs.

21:06 hrs IST: Decent over from Aponso, seven runs off it. Bangladesh are 26/1 after 3 overs. Danajaya to continue.

21:01 hrs IST: Two boundaries in a row for Sabbir. Needs to keep going. Bangladesh are 19/1 after 2 overs. Amila Aponso comes into the attack.

20:59 hrs IST: OUT! Dananjaya strikes, gets rid of the danger-man Liton Das. Sabbir Rahman comes to the crease. Bangladesh need a partnership here.

20:55 hrs IST: Expensive start from Pradeep. Bangladesh are 10/0 after the first over. Akila Dananjaya comes into the attack.

20:50 hrs IST: Time for Bangladesh’s strike. Tamim Iqbal to take strike. Nuwan Pradeep to bowl the first over.

20:40 hrs IST: And that’s it. Sri Lanka finish with 159. From 41/5 to 159/7, it has been a great recovery. Will be a tricky chase. We’ll be back in a short while.

20:34 hrs IST: Good over for Sri Lanka despite Kusal Perera’s (61) wicket. They are 150/6 after 19 overs. Rubel Hossain to bowl the last over.

20:30 hrs IST: FOUR! And that’s fifty for Thisara Perera. Captain’s knock. Just what Sri Lanka needed at this stage.

20:27 hrs IST: Thirty-nine runs have come in the last three overs. Sri Lanka are 138/5 after 18 overs. K Perera 61*, T Perera 46*. Soumya Sarkar to bowl the penultimate over.

20:24 hrs IST: FOUR! Full and outside off from Rubel and T Perera clobbers it straight over the bowler’s head. Moves into 40s.

20:21 hrs IST: Consecutive sixes for T Perera. And now he has joined the party. This is a virtual semi-final. Chasing is always tough in any big pressure game. Sri Lanka are 127/5 after 17 overs.

20:16 hrs IST: Single off the last delivery for Perera, moves to 59. Sri Lanka are 110/5 after 16 overs. Mustafizur to bowl his final over.

20:14 hrs IST: FOUR! Length ball from Mahmudullah and K Perera plays the reverse sweep behind point.

20:12 hrs IST: Single and that’s fifty for Kusal Perera. What a knock it has been the Sri Lankan No. 3. Needs to stay till the end. Sri Lanka are 99/5 after 15 overs.

20:08 hrs IST: Tidy over from Mahmudullah, only four runs off it. Sri Lanka are 90/5 after 14 overs.K Perera 45*, T Perera 15*

20:05 hrs IST: Single off the last ball for T Perera. Another good over for Sri Lanka, 18 runs off it. The hosts are 86/5 after 13 overs. Mahmudullah again.

20:02 hrs IST: SIX! Short delivery from Mustafizur and K Perera pummels it over mid-wicket for a maximum.

20:00 hrs IST: Mehedi Hasan finishes with figures of 1/16. Sri Lanka are 68/5 after 12 overs. K Perera 29*, T Perera 9*. Mustafizur Rahman comes back into the attack.

19:57 hrs IST: FOUR! Gentle half-volley from Rubel and K Perera hits it straight down the ground. Sri Lanka are 63/5 after 11 overs.

19:55 hrs IST: FOUR! Short ball from Rubel, K Perera gets into position and smacks it to the fence behind square.

19:52 hrs IST: Expensive over from Mahmudullah, 10 runs off it. Sri Lanka are 53/5 at the halfway mark. Rubel Hossain comes back into the attack.

19:48 hrs IST: Only eight runs have been scored in the last 18 balls. Sri Lanka are 43/5 after 9 overs. Mahmudullah to continue.

19:44 hrs IST: OUT! Tossed up from Mehedi, J Mendis looks to sweep but gets a leading edge and Mustafizur does the rest at short fine leg.

19:43 hrs IST: The wicket is on the slow side. Anything around 120-130 would be a brilliant score. Sri Lanka are 41/4 after 8 overs.

19:40 hrs IST: Only fifteen runs have come in the last 18 balls. Sri Lanka are 37/4 after 7 overs, Perera 10*, J Mendis 1*. Mahmudullah comes into the attack.

19:35 hrs IST: Magnificent over from Mustafizur, six runs and a couple of wickets. Sri Lanka are 35/4 after 6 overs. Mehedi to continue.

19:32 hrs IST: OUT! ‘Golden duck’ for Shanaka. Second scalp for Mustafizur. Thisara Perera comes to the crease. Sri Lanka are 32/4 after 5.5 overs.

19:29 hrs IST: OUT! And Sri Lanka are in trouble now. The pressure keeps mounting and the hosts throw away another wicket. Upul Tharanga is run-out. Dasun Shanaka comes to the crease.

19:26 hrs IST: FOUR! Bit of width and Tharanga cuts it (late) in the gap between short third-man and deep backward point. Sri Lanka are 29/2 after 5 overs. Mustafizur to continue.

19:23 hrs IST: Mehedi Hasan comes into the attack. Can he strike?

19:21 hrs IST: OUT! Short ball from Mustafizur, Mendis doesn’t pick it and finds Soumya Sarkar at mid-wicket. Sri Lanka are 22/2 after 4 overs. Upul Tharanga comes to the crease.

19:16 hrs IST: Dot ball to finish off from Shakib. Sri Lanka are 21/1 after 3 overs. Mendis 11*, Perera 5*. Mustafizur Rahman comes into the attack.

19:14 hrs IST: FOUR! Too much width on offer from Shakib and Perera hits the ball through cover for his first boundary.

19:12 hrs IST: OUT! Flat and straight from Shakib, Gunathilaka looks to hit the ball straight but doesn’t get the timing and Sabbir Rahman runs to his right to complete a neat catch. Kusal Perera comes in at No. 3.

19:10 hrs IST: Consecutive boundaries for Mendis. While the first one was a pull over the fielder at mid-on, the second was timed well to the deep mid-wicket boundary. Sri Lanka are 15/0 after 2 overs. Shakib to continue.

19:07 hrs IST: Meanwhile, South Africa’s fast bowler Dale Steyn has ruled himself out of a possible return for the third Test against Australia which starts next Thursday as he continues his recovery from a troublesome heel injury.

The veteran paceman, who is just three wickets away from becoming the country’s most successful bowler, has not played since the injury ruled him out midway through the first test against India in Cape Town in January.

19:04 hrs IST: Both openers get off the mark with a single. Solid start from Shakib. Sri Lanka are 2/0 after the first over. Rubel Hossain comes into the attack.

19:00 hrs IST: Kusal Mendis and Danushka Gunathilaka make their way out in the middle, and so do the Bangladeshi players. Shakib to start the proceedings.

18:54 hrs IST: Both teams walk out for their national anthems.

18:41 hrs IST: Two changes for Sri Lanka. Isuru Adana and Amila Aponso come in for Suranga Lakmal and Dushmantha Chameera.

18:36 hrs IST: Playing XIs –

Sri Lanka: Danushka Gunathilaka, Kusal Mendis, Kusal Perera(wk), Upul Tharanga, Thisara Perera(c), Jeevan Mendis, Dasun Shanaka, Isuru Udana, Akila Dananjaya, Amila Aponso, Nuwan Pradeep

Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim(wk), Shakib Al Hasan(c), Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan, Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Nazmul Islam

18:31 hrs IST: Bangladesh have won the toss and have opted to field. Shakib Al Hasan has returned for the visitors.

18:21 hrs IST: Meanwhile, Kagiso Rabada’s appeal against his two match Test ban will be heard on Monday, the ICC announced.

A senior New Zealand lawyer, Michael Heron QC, has been appointed the Judicial Commissioner and will conduct the hearing by teleconference.

Heron will have 48 hours to reach a decision – which means Rabada’s case will be finalised ahead of the third Test against Australia, which starts at Newlands on Thursday.

18:16 hrs IST: Save last week’s defeat, Sri Lanka’s recent record against Bangladesh has been impressive. They beat Bangladesh in an away Test and in a T20 series apart from winning the final of the ODI tri-series, which also involved Zimbabwe, earlier this year.

18:02 hrs IST: In case of a washout, Sri Lanka will progress to the final, courtesy their better net run-rate.

17:58 hrs IST: FIRST SIGNS – Shakib Al Hasan bowled and batted in the warm-ups without much discomfort. Looks very likely to play. Weather seems fine. No chance of rain, for now.

17:55 hrs IST: Hello and welcome to HT’s live coverage of the final league game of the Nidahas Trophy between hosts Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

Both teams have struggled for consistency in across departments and relied on inspired individual performances to drag them through.

Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das have failed to captialise on good starts. Mushfiqur Rahim is the only batsman who has shown consistency.

Their bowling also remains a concern with Taskin Ahmed and Mustafizur Rahman struggling to provide crucial breakthroughs.

For Sri Lanka, Kusal Mendis and Kusal Perera have done well but the hosts haven’t been able to step up as a unit.

In this virtual semi-final, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will be eyeing a thorough all-round show.

Mahmadullah. (AP Photo)


  • Bangladesh pulled off a sensational win over Sri Lanka to set up a summit clash against India
  • Mahmudullah struck a stunning six in the penultimate delivery to reach the target of 160
  • India, with six points from four matches, have already qualified for the summit clash
COLOMBO: Bangladesh pulled off a sensational two-wicket victory over Sri Lanka under dramatic circumstances to set up a summit clash against India in the Nidahas Twenty20 cricket tri-series on Friday.
Follow highlights of Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, Nidahas Trophy tri-nation T20 match in Colombo here. Mahmudullah’s quickfire 43-run knock helped Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka by two wickets to enter the final of the Nidahas Trophy T20 tri-nation series.Mahmudullah (43 not out) struck a stunning six in the penultimate delivery to reach to the target of 160 to the wild celebration of the Bangladesh camp after tempers were frayed due to debatable decisions from the umpires.

The match at the R Premadasa Stadium was marred by drama at the fag end of the virtual semifinal as Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan gestured to his two batsmen to come out of the field apparently in protest against giving a run-out decision to Mustafizur Rahman on a seemingly shoulder-height ball.

But better sense prevailed in the end after arguments between the players of the two sides and intervention by match officials.

Bangladesh, who have also beaten the same opponents earlier in the tournament, secured four points from four matches to enter the final.

India, with six points from four matches, have already qualified for the summit clash to be played at R Premadasa Stadium on Sunday. Sri Lanka finished last with two points.

Chasing a target of 160, Bangladesh were nicely placed at 80 for 2 at the halfway stage but they lost their way after that as their three key batsmen — Mushfiqur Rahim (28), Tamim Iqbal (50) and Soumya Sarkar (10) — fell one after the other in the next three overs as Sri Lanka sought to turn the tables in the second half of the innings.

But it was still a chaseable target as Bangladesh needed 30 runs from three overs with captain Shakib Al Hasan (7) and Mahmadullah at the crease.

But the departure of Shakib, who was playing his first match of the tournament after sitting out due to a finger injury, in the 18th over made matters difficult for Bangladesh.

But Mahmadullah kept his nerve and after a brief period of frayed tempers took his side home.

Bangladesh needed 12 from the final over but Mustafizur Rahman (2) was given run out in the second ball which triggered a wave of wild protests both from Mahmadullah and the team bench beyond the ropes.

After the matters were sorted out, Mahmadullah hit the third ball of the final over for a boundary and then hoisted Isuru Udana for a six to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.

Earlier, captain Thisara Perera and Kusal Perera struck half centuries in a fine counter-attacking batting display as Sri Lanka recovered from a top-order batting collapse to post a competitive 159 for 7.

Put into bat, Sri Lanka were in all sort of trouble early in their innings against the Bangladeshi bowlers, led by young left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman whose incisive pace spell rocked the home side batsmen.

But the Perera duo, Thisara (58) and Kusal (61) showed their mettle with a fine counter-attacking batting display to take their side past the 150-run mark. Kusal put on a crucial 97-run stand with stand-in skipper Thisara.

Sri Lanka were 41 for 5 in the ninth over and they were staring at a meagre total but Thisara and Kusal had other ideas as the duo flayed the Bangladesh bowlers at the later stages of their innings.

Kusal, who scored his third half century of the tournament, needed 40 deliveries for his 61. He hit seven fours and one six. Thisara, on the other hand, faced 37 balls for his 58 and struck three fours and as many sixes. Both Kusal and Thisara hit the bowlers to all parts of the ground at the R Premadasa Stadium, hitting 10 fours and four sixes between them.

Bangladesh were, however, on top initially with their bowlers, led by Mustafizur Rahman (2/39), creating havoc on the home side top-order batsmen.

The 22-year-old Mustafizur, who was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 2.2 crore for the upcoming IPL season, had in-form Kushal Mendis (11) in the fourth over and then dismissed Dasun Shanaka (0) in his next over. At one stage, his figures read 2-1-4-2.

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