Kusal Janith Perera demonstrated an attacking knock of 64 runs while opening the innings for Sri Lanka as the hosts won the only T20 vs. Bangladesh in the end.
The Bengal Tigers grasped the third ODI vs. the Lankan Lions in a match which was reduced to 27 overs with a revised target of 183 in a rain disturbed game.
A scintillating century by Tillakaratne Dilshan well supported by Kumar Sangakkara assisted Sri Lanka to win the first ODI vs. Bangladesh by a huge margin.
The Bangladeshi batsmen surrendered against the lethal spin bowling of Rangana Herath who clinched 12 wickets in the 2nd Test which was won by the Islanders.
Rangana Herath assisted the Lankan Lions to take command in the 2nd Test by grabbing the wickets of three top order batsmen of the Bengal Tigers on day three.
Kumar Sangakkara hammered his third consecutive century vs. Bangladesh and Dinseh Chandimal dispatched his second as Sri Lanka took command in the second Test.
The bowlers were murdered on the placid wicket at Galle as eight batsmen hammered centuries during five days and just 19 wickets fell in the entire match.
The fatigued Sri Lankan bowlers assisted Bangladesh to amass 600 plus runs and, Mushfiqur Rahim, to thrash first double century for the visitors in the 1st Test.
Mohammad Ashraful and Mushfiqur Rahim punished the strong bowling of Sri Lanka by smashing tons and gave a sterling reply to the Islanders in the 1st innings.
Lahiru Thirimanne and Dinseh Chanidamal toyed with the Bangladesh bowling while dispatching centuries as Bangladesh fought well on the day two of the 1st Test.