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Bangladesh win T20 match against SL by 5wkts

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 Bangladesh win T2  match against SL by 5wkts

Bangladesh Tigers clinched a memorable five-wicket win against Sri Lanka in a T20 match of the ongoing tri-nation series in the island state Saturday.

Mushfiqur Rahim led Bangladesh in a record chase as they romped over Lanka`s total of 214 with two balls and a wicket to spare in the T20 Nidahas Trophy match at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.

The wicketkepper-batsman was clearly in pain, but that did not deter him from scoring a 35-ball 72 that featured four crucial sixes and five boundaries which saw Bangladesh overcome the highest total ever posted against them by the Lankans.

Earlier, Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das had given the Tigers a solid platform by putting on 74 for the opening wicket. Liton departed for a fantastic 19-ball 43 while Tamim amassed 47 runs off 29 balls.

With their win, the series stands levelled with Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka scoring one match each.

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