Bangladesh chase 191 for historic win in Sri Lanka

A fine mix of rearguard and attacking shots from Dilruwan Perera and Suranga Lakmal gave Sri Lanka a chance to pull off a come-from-behind win in the Colombo Test. They were bowled out for 319 in the second innings, setting Bangladesh 191 runs to level the series.


Annoymous's picture

Out smarted, out thought and outplayed. That's what I can summise. Looking at the score right now we are expecting that unexpected which we all thought it would never happen in our lifetime. It says something about Chandika, Thilan Samaraweera. It also shone through the the smart brains in our team.

Ford lacks vision and planning, Champaka doesn't have what it takes, Sanath as coach has his brain somewhere else. I will never accept Bangladesh is the greatest side. It because we let them be one with our planning and selection and bowling strategy. We can't just sit and let things go every series blaming we are still in developing stage. It's like closing the eyes by not accepting to facts. Something needs to happen everyone including the coach should be taken to task.

In my humble opinion Graham Ford can't take us far. If anyone seen his body language on the third day would agree he was sitting like we have already not in the contest. He doesn't know as a leader of the group he has the responsibility of driving the message we can do it.

I wait for all those passionate Srilankan supporters what they think.

I believe we selected bad, we played bad and we are coached bad.

Anonymous1's picture

Come on guys, let Bangladesh enjoy their 100th Test. Maybe SL did not play to their full potential in order to give Bngladesh players and fans something to cherish for a long time. What is wrong with it?

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