In the 6th day of AKS Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) T20 Powered by Shah Cement will feature two matches at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium (SBNCS).Chittagong Vikings will take on Khulna Titans in the first match of the day. After a defeat on the opening match, Vikings secured victory in the second match by beating Rangpur Riders. Khulna Titans started their campaign with a defeat against Dhaka Dynamites. Then they bounced
The Kerala Kings have already won the 1st semi-final. It was
just a matter of time before they could know who they are going to face in the first-ever
T10 League final.In the 2nd semi-final, the Punjabi
On a busy night of the T10 League at Sharjah, Kerala Kings
and Punjabi Legends went on the field once again in order to decide the
ultimate winner of the tournament. In the final match of the competition, Kerala
Kings won by 8 wickets with 12 ball remaining.Both sides were in the same group during the group stage. In
the 5th match of the league, the face-off between these teams had resulted
in Punjabi Legends’ victory.Winning the toss tonight, Kerala Kings decided to field
first. Batting first, Punjabi Legends registered a total of 120 runs losing 3
wickets. Luke Ronchi, who scored 60 runs in the previous
Since the attack on team Sri Lanka back in 2009, Pakistan have been deprived of international cricket at home.A terror attack resulted in six members of the Sri Lankan team being injured, while six policemen and two civilians lost their lives in that incident.The final of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) this year was hosted by Pakistan. That was followed by a T20 series between the World XI and the Pakistani team. Recently, the Lankans also visited the nation for the final match of a three-match T20 series against Pakistan.Pakistan have played almost all of their home matches—28 Tests, 58
Chandika Hathurusingha opens up about Bangladesh defeat
Despite scoring over 200 runs against Bangladesh, Sri Lanka couldn’t manage to come out victorious against the Tigers. A brilliant 72 not-out from Mushfiqur Rahim and a solid start from Liton Das and Tamim Iqbal gave Bangladesh the advantage from the word go.
Sri Lanka’s new boss Chandika Hathurusingha, meanwhile, believes that Bangladesh kept the home side under pressure. He also praised the batting of the Tigers while mentioning that his bowlers didn’t do as well as he had hoped.
"The game against Bangladesh put us under pressure a little bit. You don't lose many games after scoring 214 runs.