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BD U-19 begins Lanka tour in disappointing fashion

17 October 2021


Bangladesh Under-19 team began their Sri Lanka tour in disappointing fashion as they conceded a 42-run defeat in the first game of the five-match one-day series against the hosts U19 team at the Rangiri Dambulla International Cricket Stadium on Friday. Opting to bat first, Sri Lanka put up 228-9 in 50 overs allocation with Pawan Pathiraja making the highest 67.Raveen de Silva was the other notable scorer with 29. Ripon Mondol was the most successful bowler for Bangladesh with 3-59. However the Bangladesh batters fared badly as they were bowled out for 186 in 46.2 overs. Only Aich Mollah could make some impact in the match, hitting 86 off 93 with nine fours.

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