Result
ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Matches at Nottingham, Jun 2 2009
151/6
(19.4/20 ov, target 152)
152/6
Sri Lanka won by 4 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
2y
• The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

Nervy Sri Lanka overcame scare to seal win

Sri Lanka threatened to squander what appeared an easy chase against a charged-up Bangladesh attack, but came through by four wickets with two balls to spare at Trent Bridge

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Scorecard summary
Bangladesh151/6(20 overs)
Sri Lanka152/6(19.4 overs)

So Sri Lanka make heavy weather of the target after cruising at one stage. Credit to Bangladesh though for pulling things back. Sangakkara says: "That's the way it goes in T20. You bat negatively for a couple of overs and the whole complexion of the game changes."

There are two more games left today. England play Scotland right here at Trent Bridge while Australia take on old rivals New Zealand at The Oval. Thanks for your company. Cheers.

19.5
1w
Rubel Hossain to Silva, 1 wide
and the bouncer ends the game! The ball sails over Silva's head and Mathews takes off expecting to steal a bye, he scampers back and the umpire signals a wide
19.4
1
Rubel Hossain to Mathews, 1 run
makes room and thumps a length delivery just to mid-off's right, nice save and rebound throw but the batsman is home
19.3
4
Rubel Hossain to Mathews, FOUR runs
fires it full outside off, he makes room and bashes it past extra cover
19.2
1
Rubel Hossain to Silva, 1 run
mistimes the thump to mid-off and takes a very risky single, the throw at the bowler's end is wide
19.1
Rubel Hossain to Silva, no run
bowls it a touch wide outside off and Silva tries to slice it over point, Mushfiqur throws it to the bowler's end on seeing Silva advance for the run

7 needed off the last over

end of over 194 runs • 1 wicket
SL: 145/6CRR: 7.63 • RRR: 7.00 • Need 7 from 6b
Angelo Mathews1 (2)
Chamara Silva11 (15)
Shakib Al Hasan4-0-18-2
18.6
Shakib Al Hasan to Mathews, no run
looks to work it to the on side but misses
18.5
1lb
Shakib Al Hasan to Silva, 1 leg bye
18.4
1
Shakib Al Hasan to Mathews, 1 run
glances it to backward square-leg
18.3
w
Shakib Al Hasan to de Saram, OUT
well this game sure is interesting! He gets on his knee for the slog sweep but plays too early, his leg stump is a mess
SI de Saram b Shakib Al Hasan 3 (1m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 75.00
18.2
Shakib Al Hasan to de Saram, no run
18.1
2
Shakib Al Hasan to de Saram, 2 runs
plays the late cut to third man
end of over 1814 runs • 1 wicket
SL: 141/5CRR: 7.83 • RRR: 5.50 • Need 11 from 12b
Chamara Silva11 (14)
Indika de Saram1 (1)
Mashrafe Mortaza4-0-30-2
17.6
4
Mashrafe Mortaza to Silva, FOUR runs
short ball, he gets on top of the bounce and pulls him over midwicket
17.5
1
Mashrafe Mortaza to de Saram, 1 run
short ball, he swivels backwards and upper cuts it to third man
17.4
w
Mashrafe Mortaza to Mubarak, OUT
he comes over the wicket and it brings about a change of luck ,Mubarak tries to dab it away to third man but ends up spooning it straight to short third man
J Mubarak c Naeem Islam b Mashrafe Mortaza 16 (22m 14b 3x4 0x6) SR: 114.28
17.3
4
Mashrafe Mortaza to Mubarak, FOUR runs
comes round the wicket but it doesn't help as he bowls a full toss, Mubarak clubs him across the line and finds the midwicket boundaery
17.2
4
Mashrafe Mortaza to Mubarak, FOUR runs
he pitches it up on middle and leg and Mubarak clips it away effortlessly over square leg
17.1
1
Mashrafe Mortaza to Silva, 1 run
drops it a bit short, he plays a short-arm pull down to deep square-leg
end of over 178 runs
SL: 127/4CRR: 7.47 • RRR: 8.33 • Need 25 from 18b
Jehan Mubarak8 (11)
Chamara Silva6 (12)
Abdur Razzak3-0-28-1
16.6
4
Abdur Razzak to Mubarak, FOUR runs
breaks the shackles! Flighted on middle and off, he gets on his knee and places it in the gap between deep midwicket and deep square-leg
Match details
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
TossBangladesh , elected to bat first
SeriesICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Matches 2009
Players per sideSri Lanka 13 ( 11 batting, 11 fielding); Bangladesh 12 ( 11 batting, 11 fielding)
Season2009
Hours of play (local time)13.30 start, First Session 13.30-14.50, Interval 14.50-15.10, Second Session 15.10-16.30
Match days2 June 2009 (20-over match)
Umpires
Amiesh Saheba
Nigel Llong
Reserve Umpire
Stephen Gale