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Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh highlights, 1st ODI in Colombo: Sri Lanka win by 91 runs in Malinga’s last ODI match

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh: Catch all the action of the first ODI between the two Asian rivals at the R.Premadasa Stadium through our highlights.

cricket Updated: Jul 26, 2019 22:47 IST
HT Correspondent
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Lasith Malinga celebrates the wicket of Bangladeshi batsman Tamim Iqbal.
Lasith Malinga celebrates the wicket of Bangladeshi batsman Tamim Iqbal.(AP)
         

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh scorecard and highlights

Sri Lanka win ODI: Lasith Malinga picked up a wicket in his last delivery in ODIs as he dismissed Mustafizur for 18 runs.

Sri Lanka looking to win in hurry: Shafiul Rehman’s wicket has been picked up by Pradeep.

Mushfiqur Rahim heads back: After a brilliant 67, Mushfiqur Rahim fell victim to Nuwan Pradeep as he edged one to the keeper.

Bangladesh losing their footing: Another wicket falls for Bangladesh. Mehidy Hasan become the victim of Dhananjaya de Silva.

6th wicket falls for Bangladesh: Terrible mix-up with Mushfiqur Rahim leads to the run-out of Mosaddek Hossain.

Bangladesh past 150: After a woeful start, Bangladesh have completed their 150 runs. Mushfiqur and Mosaddek on the crease for the Bangla Tigers.

Sabbir Rahman departs: The partnership between Mushfiqur Rahim and Sabbir Rahman has been broken. Dhananjaya de Silva dismisses the latter for 60. Bangladesh 150/5

Bangladesh past 120 runs: Sabbir has completed his 50 while Mushfiqur is also hitting the ball cleanly as Bangladesh continue to get some runs.

Bangladesh getting back on track: Sabbir Rehman and Mushfiqur Rahim have stabilised Bangladesh’s innings as they have stitched together a 50-run partnership.

Kumara removes Mahmudullah: Lahiru Kumara has picked up Sri Lanka’s fourth wicket in the match as he has removed Mahmudullah for 3 runs.

Malinga continues wicket-taking spree: Lasith Malinga is on fire as he picked up his second wicket of the match by removing Soumya Sarkar.

2nd wicket gone for Bangladesh: Mohammad Mithun goes back for 10 runs.

Bangladesh lose 1st wicket: Lasith Malinga, playing his last match for Sri Lanka, picked up the wicket of Tamim Iqbal in his very first over.

Sri Lanka score 314 runs: Sri Lanka ended their innings on 314 runs. Bangladesh have a big target at hand to win the match.

Lasith Malinga comes out: In his last match for Sri Lanka, Lasith Malinga has come out to bat after the wicket of Angelo Matthews.

Sri Lanka reach 300: The Islanders have scored 300 runs against Bangladesh with 2 overs still left in their innings.

Thisara Perera also goes back: Sri Lanka were hoping Perera would provide a final blitz with his bat but Shafiul Islam had other plans as he sent him back for a meagre 2 runs.

Lahiru Thirimanne loses wicket: Thirimanne tried to score runs at a brisk rate but Mustafizur was sharp enough to a put a brake on his innings as he got out after scoring 25 runs.

Sri Lanka get past 250: They have completed 250 runs in 42 overs with Mathews and Thirimanne looking to give them a flourish at the end.

Sri Lanka in strong position: Angelo Matthews and Lahiru Thirimanne are stabilising the Sri Lankan innings after the loss of Mendis and Perera. Sri Lanka are 245 off 40 overs and a target above 330 would their target.

Kusal Mendisgets back to the pavillion: Rubel Hossain has got the better of Kusal Mendis as he removes him for 43.

Bangladesh remove Kusal Perera: After scoring 111, Kusal Perera finally lost his wicket when Soumya Sarkar got an edge off his bat to Mushfiqur Rahim. Brilliant innings by him.

Sri Lanka past 200: The Islanders have got past the score of 200 with Kusal Perera batting on 111 and Kusal Mendis on 41 runs.

Kusal Perera hits a ton: Kusal Perera has hit a swashbuckling century off just 83 balls.

Kusal Perera’s inching towards hundred: Perera has been on a rampage against Bangladesh as he has raced toward 87 runs off just 66 balls.

Kusal Perera’s fifty: Kusal Perera brings up his half-century off just 38 balls.

Fifty up for SL: Sri Lanka bring up their fifty in 7.4 overs. Kusal Perera and Dimuth Karunaratne have done a good job after losing an early wicket.

Bangladesh draw first blood: Shafiul Islam removes Avishka Fernando for 13 off 7 balls, Soumya Sarkar takes a good catch at slips.

Toss update: Sri Lanka won the toss and opted to bat first against Bangladesh in the first ODI at R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. This is Lasith Malinga’s last ODI for the Islanders and they would want to see him off with a thumping win over their Asian Rivals.

Preview: Veteran Sri Lankan star Lasith Malinga said Thursday he was “very happy” to make way for younger players as he calls time on his illustrious 15-year career in the 50-over format. Malinga will play his final one-day international in Colombo Friday in the first of three ODIs against Bangladesh, but hopes to continue playing in the shorter T20 format. Malinga -- known for his trademark blond-highlighted mop and piercings -- called on cricket administrators to be patient with up-and-coming stars and let them develop ahead of the next ODI World Cup. Malinga has his sights on next year’s T20 World Cup in Australia, and Sri Lanka’s cricket board confirmed he would be available for selection for the T20 squad. Malinga is leaving as Sri Lanka’s third-highest wicket-taker in ODI cricket with 335 wickets in 219 innings so far since his first ODI against the United Arab Emirates in 2004.

Sri Lanka: Dimuth Karunaratne(c), Kusal Perera(w), Avishka Fernando, Kusal Mendis, Angelo Mathews, Lahiru Thirimanne, Dhananjaya de Silva, Thisara Perera, Nuwan Pradeep, Lahiru Kumara, Lasith Malinga

Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal(c), Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Mithun, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan, Rubel Hossain, Shafiul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman