result
11th Match, Group A (D/N), Gros Islet, Nov 14 2018, ICC Women's World T20
(20 ov, target 98)72
SL Women won by 25 runs
Player Of The Match
31 (33) & 2/10
shashikala-siriwardene
end of over 206 runs • 1 wicket
BD-W: 72/10CRR: 3.60 
Khadija Tul Kubra4 (4)
Chamari Athapaththu 3-0-17-3
Sripali Weerakkody 2-0-9-0

7:21pm That is all from our coverage of this game. The second one, a crucial one for the standings in this group, begins in 40 minutes. The toss is in 10, so don't miss out. See you soon!

Chamari Attapatu: Our bowling was very good. Special performance from Siriwardene. I think she used her experience very well. I wasn't happy with 97. In T20, we must score 120 at least. But these conditions aren't good for batsmen, or for T20 cricket. But our bowlers were very good. We changed the batting order because Shashikala and I have experience, so we thought we could get a partnership in the middle. But it didn't work.

Prabhodani was really good, she is our best pace bowler. Hopefully she is okay. I think if we play to our potential in the next game, that's all we need. To play positively, whether we win or lose.

Salma Khatun: It was a bad day for us. I think Rumana, and Kubra and I bowled well with Jahanara, but our batters let us down. The pitch was good, but we couldn't do it. It's our first time with the review, we will learn it with time.

Siriwardene: I was advised to bat through the innings. I'm really happy to contribute to the team like this, it was an honour. We tried some things with the batting order but it didn't work. I'm sure next match Chamari and I will be higher in the order. I'm enjoying playing freely without the pressure of captaincy. With the ball, I usually spin it back in, but today I let it drift away sometimes.

Shashikala Siriwardene is the Player of the Match.

7:05pm That is the end of Bangladesh's tournament. It's been a superb one for their bowlers, but the batting has come nowhere near the heights they reached in some of the tournaments earlier this year. Sri Lanka jump to three points which means they're now second place in the table with one match to go. A win there will make this group very, very interesting. They lost Prabhodani to a possible split webbing, but the left-arm seamer had already done enough damage with the new ball. It was a surrender from Bangladesh, halfway into the innings. Sri Lanka didn't have good day with the bat at all but Bangladesh didn't come close to having a decent one.

19.6
W
Athapaththu to Ritu Moni, OUT

bowled. All overs gone, all wickets gone. Yorker at the stumps, she backs away and heaves and misses comprehensively

Ritu Moni b Jayangani 11 (13b 1x4 0x6) SR: 84.61
19.5
4
Athapaththu to Ritu Moni, FOUR runs

length outside off, steps out and smokes it past the bowler this time. She can't even react to that. Long-off can't stop it to her right

19.4
Athapaththu to Ritu Moni, no run

length outside off, steps out and drives back to the bowler

19.3
Athapaththu to Ritu Moni, no run

length outside off, guided to short third

Well, if you were keeping tabs, that's the tie out of Bangladesh's reach...

19.2
1
Athapaththu to Khadija Tul Kubra, 1 run

length outside off, mistimed chip to long-off

19.1
1
Athapaththu to Ritu Moni, 1 run

length outside off, allows it to skid on and jabs it wide of short third

end of over 196 runs
BD-W: 66/9CRR: 3.47 RRR: 32.00
Ritu Moni6 (8)
Khadija Tul Kubra3 (3)
Sripali Weerakkody 2-0-9-0
Shashikala Siriwardene 4-0-10-2
18.6
1
Weerakkody to Ritu Moni, 1 run

length outside off, driven to extra cover's left

18.5
1
Weerakkody to Khadija Tul Kubra, 1 run

full outside off, looks to drive, gets a thick edge down to third man

18.4
1
Weerakkody to Ritu Moni, 1 run

full at leg stump, flicked to deep square

18.3
1
Weerakkody to Khadija Tul Kubra, 1 run

length at leg stump, nudged to short fine off the hips

18.2
1
Weerakkody to Ritu Moni, 1 run

full outside off, driven to mid-off's left

18.1
1
Weerakkody to Khadija Tul Kubra, 1 run

low full toss outside off, driven to extra cover's left