Cricket-Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, third ODI scoreboard

Thu Mar 28, 2013 6:55pm GMT

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KANDY, March 28 (Reuters) - Scoreboard in the third and
final one-day international between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh at
Pallekele on Thursday.
    Sri Lanka innings
K. Perera c Nasir b Mahmudullah       56
T. Dilshan c Nasir b Shahadat        125
K. Sangakkara c Anamul b Razzak       48
T. Perera b Razzak                     4
A. Mathews st Mushfiqur b Razzak       6
J. Mendis b Gazi                       5
D. Chandimal b Ziaur                   0
L. Thirimanne not out                 25
N. Kulasekara lbw b Razzak            11
S. Senanayake b Razzak                 0
S. Malinga not out                     5
Extras (lb-2 nb-1 w-14)               17
Total (for nine wickets, 50 overs)   302
    Fall of wickets: 1-116 2-203 3-212 4-228 5-233 6-238 7-263
8-291 9-291.
    Bowling: Shahadat 10-0-71-1 (3w 1nb), Ziaur 10-0-65-1 (1w),
Gazi 10-1-52-1 (3w), Razzak 10-0-62-5 (7w), Mahmudullah
    Bangladesh innings
Anamul Haque c Chandimal b Mathews      40
Mohammad Ashraful lbw b Senanayake      29
Jaharul Islam c Sangakkara b Mathews    26
Mushfiqur Rahim run out                  9
Nasir Hossain not out                   33
Mahmudullah lbw b Senanayake             6
Mominul Haque c Sangakkara b Malinga    11
Ziaur Rahman c T Perera b Malinga        0
Sohag Gazi not out                       4
Extras (b-4 lb-13 w-9)                  26
Total (for seven wickets, 26 overs)    184
    Fall of wickets: 1-77 2-97 3-119 4-126 5-144 6-166 7-166.
    Did not bat: Shahadat Hossain, Abdur Razzak.
    Bowling: Kulasekara 4-1-29-0 (5w), Malinga 6-0-29-2 (2w),
Mathews 5-0-39-2, Senanayake 6-0-26-2 (1w), T. Perera 5-0-44-0
    Result: Bangladesh won on Duckworth/Lewis system.
    Series drawn 1-1 with one no-result.

 (Editing by John Mehaffey)

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