A deadly bowling by the Blue Shirts, followed by the fifties from Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, crushed Bangladesh as the visitors entered the semi final.
Sri Lanka continued their excellent form vs. Bangladesh while beating the hosts with a brilliant century from Kusal Perera supported by an excellent bowling.
The visiting New Zealand ended up their horrible tour of Bangladesh while beating the hosts in the only Twenty20 with ease at Mirpur.
The visiting New Zealand surrendered the third ODI against the formidable home side Bangladesh who maintained their winning streak in the limited over series.
The express bowler of Bangladesh, Rubel Hossain, ripped through the strong batting line up of New Zealand who surrendered the first ODI at Mirpur.
Vusi Sibanda thrashed an unbeaten hundred vs. Bangladesh and the home bowlers restricted the visitors to a reasonable score as Zimbabwe won the game easily.
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.
Marlon Samuels destroyed the bowling attack of Bangladesh with plenty of sixes as West Indies piled up a massive total and ended up by winning the only T20.
A spirited young Bangladeshi side defeated the mighty West Indies in the fifth ODI by sheer team work and clinched the Sahara Cup with a margin of 3-2.
Darren Sammy led from the front with his all round performance in the fourth ODI as West Indies won the encounter easily vs. Bangladesh and squared the series.