The Lankan Lions well led by Angelo Mathews and Lahiru Thirimanne followed by a deadly bowling spell by Lasith Malinga conquered the Windies in the semi final.
The dangerous bowling attack of the Lankan Lions demolished the batting line up of the minnows Netherlands, at the lowest total ever in the history of T20 internationals.
The Lankan Lions continued their recent dominance in Bangladesh with the assistance of Kusal Perera and their bowlers as they beat the Proteas in a close game.
Lady luck kept away from the hosts Bangladesh even in the low scoring last pool game of the tournament vs. Sri Lanka who maintained their unbeaten record.
The in form batsman of the Lankan Lions, Kumar Sangakkara, once again played an important innings whereas their bowlers restricted Afghanistan within limits.
A devastating fast bowling spell from Lasith Malinga and an excellent century by Lahiru Thirimanne led their side to a superb victory against Pakistan.
A commanding ton from one of the most prominent batsmen in the world, Kumar Sangakkara, and the hostile bowling by the Islanders won them another game vs. Bangladesh.
A heroic unbeaten fifty plus score from Thisara Perera and the professionalism of the Lankan Lions snatched another close win of the tour against Bangladesh.
A match winning hundred from Azhar Ali, well supported by his skipper, Misbah-ul-haq and Sarfraz Ahmed won the third Test for Pakistan against Sri Lanka.
The experienced duo of Younis Khan and his skipper, Misbah-ul-Haq rescued Pakistan when their top order batting collapsed in the second innings vs. Sri Lanka.