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Bangladesh level Twenty20 series against hosts Lanka 1-1

 Bangladesh level Twenty2  series against hosts Lanka 1-1

Bangladesh also drew with Hosts Sri Lanka a two-match Twenty20 series 1-1as they beat the hosts by 45 runs in the second and last encounter in their home ground Thursday.

With the leveling of the series in the smash-and-grab type of cricket the Tigers drew all three series--ODI, Test and Twenty20--during their tour of the South Asian island nation.

Bangladesh in their opening innings scored a defendable total of 176 runs for 9.

In reply, the hosts made a disastrous start of their innings with the fall of five wickets in quick succession from the very second ball. In the end, they made 131 for all.

`Congratulations captain, for leading the team from the front,` said one of the commentators in a parting toast when the last challenger fell, shortly after the skipper had taken an important wicket.

This valedictory praise capped Mashrafe Bin Mortuza`s career in Twenty20 cricket as he earlier had made a surprise announcement on his retirement from the shorter version of the game.

National leaders, including Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, congratulated the Tigers on their series draw in all three forms of cricket away from home.

Mystery man Mustafiz claimed four wickets and earned laurels while world-famed all-rounder Sakib Al Hasan was adjudged man of the match.

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