Cricket-Sri Lanka v Bangladesh scoreboard

Sun Mar 31, 2013 6:30pm BST

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March 31 (Reuters) - Scoreboard from the one-off Twenty20
international between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Pallekele, Sri
Lanka on Sunday.
    Sri Lanka
    K Perera        c Mushfiqur b Mahumudullah 64
    D Munaweera                 b Gazi          5
    D Chandimal     c Jahurul   b Razzak        9
    L Thirimanne    run out                     5
    A Mathews       not out                    30
    J Mendis                    b Rubel        37
    T Perera        not out                    22
    Extras:           (lb-7, w-19)             26
    Total:          (five wickets, 20 overs)  198
    Fall: 1-32, 2-77, 3-86, 4-100, 5-166.
    Did not bat: A Perera, S Eranga, S Senanayake, L Malinga.
    Bowling: Shahadat 4-0-54-0 (w-1), Rubel 4-0-40-1 (w-8), Gazi
    4-0-30-1 (w-2), Razzak 4-0-39-1 (w-6), Mahumudullah 4-0-28-1
    Mohammad Ashraful     lbw        b T Perera   43
    Shamsur Rahman        lbw        b Mathews     0
    Jahurul Islam                    b Mathews    11
    Mushfiqur Rahim       c Eranga   b Senanayake 39
    Nasir Hossain         c A Perera b T Perera    8
    Mahmudullah                      run out      31
    Mominul Haque               not out           26
    Sohag Gazi            c Mathews b Malinga      9
    Abdur Razzak                not out            6
    Extras: (lb-3, w-5)                            8
    Total: (seven wickets, 20 overs)             181
    Fall: 1-9, 2-27, 3-68, 4-85, 5-135, 6-137, 7-156.
    Did not bat: Shahadat Hossain, Rubel Hossain.
    Bowling: Mathews 4-0-37-2, Eranga 4-0-37-0 (w-2), Malinga   
    4-0-27-1, Senanayake 4-0-29-1, T Perera 2-0-25-2 (w-3),
     Mendis 1-0-6-0, A Perera 1-0-17-0.

 (Editing by Ed Osmond)

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