Road Safety World Series reminds the cricket fans about the players they grew up watching. The legends of the game across the world are locking horns against each other, giving utmost pleasure to the cricket lovers.
But some stories aren’t so sweet to hear, instead, they become a story for the fans to troll. One of that bizzare incident happened during the Bangladesh Legends versus Sri Lanka Legends match this season on Tuesday. It wasn’t just hilarious to watch but Bangladesh Legends faced immense criticism.
What happened was when the ball was top-edged by Sri Lanka Legends’ Mahela Udawatte, it bounced near the keeper Dhiman Ghosh, he didn’t collect the ball till it crossed the 30 yard circle. The fielder delayed the throw and after an overthrow, Sri Lankan batters completed four runs all by running between the wickets.
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Sri Lanka Legends beat Bangladesh Legends by 70 runs
Sri Lanka Legends posted 213/5 in their 20 overs. Skipper Dilshan scored 51 runs off 30 balls with the help of seven fours and a six while Udwatte scored 43 runs off 27 balls. Sanath Jayasuriya smashed 35 while Chamara Silve scored 34 runs.
Bangladesh Legends couldn’t chase and they eventually lost the match by 70 runs. They were restricted to 143 runs for eight wickets. Dilshan starred with the ball also as he scalped three wickets and conceded 26 runs in three oevrs. Bangladesh Legends batter Tushar Imran scored 52 runs off 54 balls, the most for his team. Bangladesh Legends are placed seventh in the points table after five matches in the on-going tournament.