BAN vs SL 3rd ODI Highlights – 3-18-2024

Watch cricket video highlights between Bangladesh vs Sri Lanak 3rd one day international, played at Chattogram.

Bangladesh defeated Sri Lanka by four wickets thanks to the rapid runs of Tanzid Hasan and Rishad Hossain, who helped the team overcome some mid-inning confusion. After three players were hurt in the final three overs of the first innings in Chattogram, the hosts went on to win the ODI series 2-1. Accepted as Soumya Sarkar’s replacement because to concussions, Tanzid hit a career-high 84 before Rishad went on a rampage, hitting five fours and four sixes in an undefeated eighteen-ball forty-eight.

With 13.5 overs remaining and Bangladesh needing 58 runs to win, Rishad took the wicket. Before blasting Wanindu Hasranga for a four and another six in the same over, he opened his account with a six off the opening ball. In the 40th over, he hit two more sixes against Hasaranga, costing Sri Lanka 24 runs. From just 11 deliveries, Rishad managed to score 40 runs against Hasaranga overall.

In the decisive match, Sri Lanka was unable to build a large total, but they managed to surpass 200 runs thanks to rookie Janith Liyanage’s first ODI century. Liyanage scored two sixes and eleven fours in an undefeated 101 off 102 balls. However, injuries continued to claim Bangladeshi men as the Sri Lankan innings drew to a close.

Prior to Soumya suffering injuries to his neck and knee in a boundary line collision on the advertising boards, Mustafizur Rahman experienced cramps in the 48th over. Anamul Haque completed the catch when Jaker Ali, the replacement fielder, collided with him in the last over. Jaker had a concussion that required hospitalization.

Not only were the players’ fitness levels put to the test in this game, but umpire Tanvir Ahmed replaced Richard Kettleborough after the latter became ill from the heat.

After adding fifty for the first stand, Bangladeshi openers Tanzid and Anamul helped to defuse the situation.

But from his first tenure, Anamul became the first of Kumara’s four victims. Anamul made twelve, then lofted a drive to cover. In the following over bowled by Kumara, Captain Najmul Hossain Shanto was bowled out after scoring just one run.

While all was going on, Tanzid batted calmly, hitting six of his nine fours through mid-off and cover. He was also quite adept at handling the quick short ball, smashing two boundaries through midwicket and one that was just a hair’s breadth in front of the square-leg fielder. Tanzid developed a fondness for Kumara and took 30 off 19 balls, swiping him for a six.

Tanzid just avoided a run-out opportunity in the 17th over after hitting his second ODI fifty when a throw from mid-off struck the stumps but the bails failed to fall, leaving Tanzid far short of the crease. Along batsman Towhid Hridoy, he scored 49 runs for the third wicket, stabilizing the Bangladeshi chase.

In his third over, Kumara got rid of Mahmudullah and Hridoy to record his first four-wicket haul in an ODI. In the 26th over, Hasaranga took wickets when Tanzid misplayed a ball to long off. Bangladesh was 130 for five, so it was a hasty dismissal.

Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Mushfiqur Rahim were forced to close down, scoring 48 runs for the sixth wicket. Mehidy reached twenty-five before withdrawing to the deep midwicket boundary, giving Rishad the opportunity to perform.

Liyanage prevented Sri Lanka from being bowled out for a poor total earlier. He batted solidly as the other hitters around him faltered, coming to bat when they were 77 for 4. He hit two gorgeous cover drives and two elegant fours past midwicket. He was also smooth with fours in the short third, particularly when he leaned back to guide one past Mushfiqur, a Taskin Ahmed bouncer. Eleven fours and two sixes found their way through his hands; one was over long-on, and the other swerved off Shoriful Islam over fine-leg.

Pathum Nissanka and Avishka Fernando were the first two wickets that Taskin had taken to start the Sri Lankan innings. Strangely, Nissanka failed to take a review when he was declared lbw, even though it was evident that he was obviously behind. The ball would have traveled down the leg-stump, according to replays.

Fernando was caught behind the wicket for the third consecutive game, while Sadeera Samarawickrama was dismissed for 14 by Mustafizur Rahman. Kusal Mendis, the captain of Sri Lanka, easily defeated legspinner Rishad Hossain when he reached 29.

Along batsman Charith Asalanka, Liyanage scored 43 runs for the fifth wicket. After that, Sri Lanka faltered, reaching 154 for seven in the 35th over. But Liyanage did not let the innings collapse, as he and Maheesh Theekshana combined to score 60 runs for the eighth wicket.

Soumya replaced Mustafizur, who was injured, to complete the 48th over. Theekshana then holed out on the square-leg boundary. The two batted out thirteen overs.

Anamul and stand-in Jaker collided as a result of Pramod Madushan’s catch. Soumya suffered injuries to his neck and knee in a boundary-line accident with the advertisement board in between these two ailments. With the significant victory, Bangladesh, however, overcame the fear of all these injuries and the six wickets.