10.04 pm That's all from Chittagong tonight. What a brilliant game we witnessed today. Hope you enjoyed ESPNcricinfo's coverage of the 28th BPL game, and we wish you a wonderful evening ahead. Tomorrow's a rest day but we'll be back day after. See you soon, but for now, it's Sreshth Shah signing off!
10.02 pm We're ready with the post-match presentation.
Winning captain and Man of the Match Mashrafe Mortaza: "Matches like these are always tight. Thisara did it beautifully last ball. Under pressure is always tough. I told Malinga not to run, because Thisara was the guy who could win it for us. (On batting at No. 3) it was a decision because I was there to slog everything. It was all luck."
Losing captain Luke Ronchi: "It was a good, close game of cricket and so feels bad to lose. Disappointed but looking forward, really. Lots of things to discuss with Taskin for the final ball, but it's a learning curve that it didn't come off. Our score was good, it was a good total to try and defend and they just played better cricket."
Aditya: "Now my prediction needs to be published... I already said whose boundary count will be more will win it... And RR did it in last ball and they won in the same ball too... Give a high five ..."
10.00 pm Wonderful sportsmanship on display here. Sikandar Raza lets Perera lead the players out of the ground. Handshakes all around but spare a thought for Taskin Ahmed. He bowled brilliantly today, except the last two balls. This is how fine the margins are in T20 cricket. The win belongs to Perera but also credit to Mashrafe Mortaza on choosing to pinch-hit from No. 3 on a day when Gayle and McCullum were not on song. Rangpur move to fourth on the table. Stick around for the presentation and reactions from the two captains.
Sarkar dries the ball for Taskin. It's all on Perera now. A boundary will win it for Rangpur. Both teams on their feet.
What an important ball coming up...Perera on strike.
Shahriar Nafees in now. Today at No. 8. Rangpur need six runs off three balls.
oooh, six needed off four balls
12 off five balls
The Rangpur dugout looks tense
Nail-biting stuff. This game has see-sawed.
Twelve balls to go. Nineteen to win. It's really anybody's game...
around the wicket