spot_img
spot_img

Khaled strikes help Sri Lanka win first Bangladesh Test 92-5

spot_imgspot_img

During the first session of the first Test in Sylhet on Friday, Khaled Ahmed took three early wickets as hosts Bangladesh blew out Sri Lanka’s top half. Khaled strikes help Sri Lanka win first Bangladesh Test 92-5. At lunch, Sri Lanka was 92–5, and their captain, Dhananjaya de Silva, was working hard to save their game. He was on 25 runs, and Kamindu Mendis was on 11.

Khaled strikes help Sri Lanka win first Bangladesh Test 92-5

Khaled agreed with captain Najmul Hossain Shanto’s choice to bowl first on a green field, which made opener Nishan Madushka (two) throw a catch to Mehidy Hasan at third slip at the end of the second over.

Dimuth Karunaratne and Kusal Mendis put together 37 runs for the second wicket before Khaled struck again when Mendis hit Zakir Hasan at deep cover off a fast bowler’s delivery.

Khaled bowled Karunaratne with an in-swinger in the same over and got him out for 17. Mendis left the game on 16 runs. Angelo Mathews was out for only five runs by Najmul’s straight throw, which made Sri Lanka’s early start even worse.

He joined the party when Shoriful Islam got rid of Dinesh Chandimal for nine. Mehidy then made his second-morning catch from low down at leg slip.

Mahmudul Hasan dropped Kamindu on the next ball, and he finished the lesson with De Silva. When it comes to Tests, Sri Lanka has never lost to Bangladesh. Beginning on March 30, the second and last game of the series will be played in Chittagong.

Khaled strikes help Sri Lanka win first Bangladesh Test 92-5

Gulfishaa Avaan
Gulfishaa Avaan
Gulfishaa is writer who delivers engaging and informative news on sports to readers of Ten Sports TV Website.

Latest

Advertisement

Related Stories

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here