Scorer: Sanjay Murari | Commentator: Devashish Fuloria
Well I hope you all enjoyed the cricket today despite the breaks in between. I certainly did. Mohammad Isam's report will be ready soon and there be more analysis later. This is dreary-eyed Devashish Fuloria signing off. Good night
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Angelo Mathews: "We were a bit complacent on the field and a bit wayward with the ball, but we covered it up with our batting. Kushal is absolute pleasure to watch, he has no fear and is a player to watch in the future. We have a young team but we need to persist with the current team. Bangladesh batted brilliantly"
Mushfiqur Rahim: "We played half of the game really well, but we didn't bowl well in the right channel. We scored very well on a pitch that was not easy earlier, but didn't bowl well. Unfortunately, Tamim is out, but we will be ready for the next game."
Dilshan is the Man of the Match: "The ball was coming on really well on to the bat. The first eight overs, we had a great start and we capitalised on that. Young Kushal played a good hand. I have sorted some technical issues in the past few months and it is helping me now."
Nasir Hossain gets an award for hitting three sixes, Tamim Iqbal gets a smartphone for being the smart player of the match, Dilshan gets one award for fastest USB-drive fifty...
Saimon: "What's the point of selecting genuine bowlers when your allrounders are way better than them? I say, from now on, drop the pacers and play 3 pace bowling allrouders in each game, alongside the two spinners. The idea of 9 effective batsmen doesn't sound bad either."
Karnain: "One Sangakkara or Dilshan should be rested for the next 2 matches. Having said that Sanga needs just 22 to reach 11000 runs in ODIs."
Zara: "Tamim - 112, Dilshan - 113 THAT'S the reason we won :D"
And he doesn't release the ball again, takes the towel from the umpire and wipes it..
Gazi comes round the wicket, a slip in place. He stops twice in his run-up, because the ball is too wet.
Dinesh Chandimal joins Dilshan
KC Sangakkara c Ziaur Rahman b Rubel Hossain 63 (101m 68b 6x4 0x6) SR: 92.64