Showing news for 2nd Match: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (SSC), Sep 6-8, 2001
2003: At Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo, September 6, 7, 8
Oct 20, 2001: Sri Lanka's Marvan Atapattu may have started his international career in disastrous fashion, recording five ducks in his first six Test innings, but he is now riding high and is widely acknowledged to be Sri Lanka's most technically accomplished
Sep 8, 2001: For most teenagers a Test century on debut remains a distant dream, but for Mohammad Ashraful it was a dream come true
Sep 8, 2001: Man-of-the-match Muttiah Muralitharan, playing in his 66th Test, who donated his winning cheque to Ashraful after the youngster's astonishing 114, became the fastest bowler to reach 350 Test wickets when he caught and bowled last man Mohammad Sharif
Sep 8, 2001: Bangladesh may have lost by an innings for the second time in a fortnight, but they left Sri Lanka on a high after a scintillating hundred from a teenage prodigy, who booked himself a place in the record books as the youngest ever player to score a
Sep 7, 2001: There are old school adherents who believe that education is best achieved with sharp cane and plenty of punishment, but one fears that the severe beating being handed out to Bangladesh in this Asian Test Championship match could seriously undermine
Sep 6, 2001: It was cricket at its one-sided worst
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