The Lankan Lions demonstrated positive cricket skills, well led by a superb fifty from Kumar Sangakkara, a crafty knock by Mahela Jayawardene and won vs. India.
Rangana Herath crippled the unpredictable batting line up of the Kiwis as the Islanders defended a small looking total and qualified for the semi-final spot.
A sizzling unbeaten ton from the English batsman, Alex Hales converted an impossible task into a great success while chasing a huge target set by Sri Lanka.
The young gun of Bangladesh, Mominul Haque, blasted an unbeaten hundred in the second innings and guided his team to a draw vs. Sri Lanka in the 2nd Test.
The mighty Lankan Lions humiliated the Bengal Tigers with a massive defeat in the opening Test as the home batsmen were bowled out twice within four days.
The visiting Lankan Lions defeated the hosts, Pakistan, in the second Test at Dubai with a sheer determinations and an excellent team work.
Misbah-ul-Haq missed his ton but fought hard in the center whereas Sarfraz Ahmed and Bilawal Bhatti earned valuable runs in the 2nd innings vs. the Islanders.
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.
The hosts, Sri Lanka, bounced back in the series by winning the third and final ODI against the visiting New Zealand who were unable to meet the target.
A scintillating knock from the Sri Lankan opener, Tillakaratne Dilshan, led his side to a rousing win against the strong looking South Africa in the 3rd T20.