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Chittagong Test: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 192 runs, clinch series 2-0

Dhaka, April 3: Despite a gallant resistance from Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Sri Lanka clinched the two-match Test series 2-0 against Bangladesh by beating the Tigers by 192 runs on the fifth day (Wednesday, April 3) of the second Test in Chittagong.

Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka in 1st ODI

Sports Correspondent, Dhaka, March 14: Nazmul Hossain Shanto was unsuccessful in the last Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) or the recently concluded T20 series. Suffering from a run drought, the Bangladesh captain changed gears in batting with the format change. Shanto got three figures in the first ODI against Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh beat the Lankans by 6 wickets. With this victory, the hosts took a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series.

Bangladesh start Asia Cup with 5-wicket defeat to SL

Dhaka, Sept 1: Not many runs on the board. Only 164. Still, the fans were waiting for the miracle by the Tiger bowlers. Shakib-Taskin also tried. But how much more can be fought with such a small total. In the end no miracle happened. Bangladesh had to start the Asia Cup with a loss. Host Sri Lanka defeated Shakib Al Hasan's team by 5 wickets with 66 balls (11 overs) left in the 'B' group match at Pallekele.

U-19 Women's T20 WC: Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka

Dhaka, January 17: Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka by 10 runs in ICC Women's T20 World Cup. In the last match, Bangladesh U-19 women's team beat Australia.

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka: Visitors hold out for draw in 1st Test

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 20: The first Test of the two-match series between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka has ended in a draw.

No bio-bubble in upcoming Bangladesh-Sri Lanka series

Sports Correspondent, Dhaka, May 7: Sports also became complicated due to coronavirus. The players had to follow strict restrictions to take part in the game. Since the Covid-19 outbreak, all series in the country had been held under strict bio-protection zone, i.e. bio-bubble. As the Corona situation is normal now, there will be no bio-bubble for players in the upcoming Bangladesh-Sri Lanka series.